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Bornc. 1945/1946 (age 74–75)
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Years active1971–present
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Martin Kove (born c. 1945/1946)[1] is an American actor and martial artist. He is best known for The Karate Kid (1984) in which he played John Kreese, the head teacher of the Cobra Kai karate school. He reprised the role in two sequels, The Karate Kid Part II (1986) and The Karate Kid Part III (1989) as well as the 2018 television sequel series Cobra Kai. He was first seen as Nero the Hero in the low-budget Death Race 2000 (1975), and afterward as Clem in White Line Fever (1975). He appeared in the TV series Cagney and Lacey (1981) portraying genuine Police Detective Victor Isbecki, and afterward appeared in Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985).

Early life[edit]

Kove was born in Brooklyn, New York City, to a Jewish family.[2]

Career[edit]

Kove appeared as Cully in Gentle Ben (also known as Terror on the Mountain), Animal Planet, 2002 and Gentle Ben 2: Danger on the Mountain (also known as Black Gold), Animal Planet, 2003. He was cast as George Baker in the short-lived CBS series Code R (1977) about the emergency services (fire, police, and ocean rescue) in the California Channel Islands. His co-stars were James Houghton, Tom Simcox, and Joan Freeman.

He also starred in the short-lived science fiction series Hard Time on Planet Earth and made guest appearances on several television programs including Gunsmoke, Three for the Road, Kojak, Quincy, M. E., The Incredible Hulk, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, The Rockford Files,The Streets of San Francisco, and Black Scorpion.

Kove was a cast member on the 1982–1988 CBStelevision seriesCagney & Lacey as Detective Victor Isbecki.

Kove appeared in the 1984 hit film The Karate Kid as Cobra Kai sensei John Kreese. After playing a traitorous helicopter pilot in the 1985 film Rambo: First Blood Part II, he appeared again as Kreese in the 1986 sequel The Karate Kid Part II (using footage cut from the first film) and the 1989 sequel The Karate Kid Part III. He studied Okinawa-te Karate under prominent black belt Gordon Doversola Shihan.[3][4][5]

Kove appeared in Kung Fu: The Legend Continues as the Shadow Assassin in Episode 3, Season 1, 'Shadow Assassin', which aired on 3 February 1993, and in Episode 23, Season 2, which aired on January 26, 1994.

Kove in 2015

He appeared in the 2007 music video for the song 'Sweep the Leg' by No More Kings as a caricature of himself and John Kreese from The Karate Kid.[6][7] He appeared on Tosh.0 as his character from The Karate Kid, John Kreese, where he spoofed the final fight on the 'Board Breaker Web Redemption'. At the end of the skit, Daniel Tosh, dressed as Mr. Miyagi, honks Kove's nose, a reference to Mr. Miyagi's action in the scene at the beginning of The Karate Kid, Part II.

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In 2017, Kove parodied his Karate Kid character in the Season 4, Episode 17 episode of The Goldbergs.

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In 2018, Kove returned to the character of John Kreese for the YouTube Premium web series, Cobra Kai, a sequel series of the Karate Kid franchise set 34 years after the 1984 film. The series debuted on May 2, 2018, and was met with critical success. The show was renewed for a second season, which was published on April 24, 2019. In June 2020, the series was purchased by Netflix which would produce a third season. Several months later in October 2020 a fourth season was renewed in advance.[8]

In 2019, Kove again parodied his Karate Kid character in an ad for QuickBooks, in which a kinder, gentler Kreese runs a 'Koala Kai' dojo of preteen students who are encouraged to 'support the leg' and to show 'more mercy'.[9]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1971Little MurdersUncredited
1971Women in RevoltMarty
1972SavagesArchie
1972The Last House on the LeftDeputy
1973Cops and RobbersAmbulance Attendant
1975The Wild PartyEditor
1975CaponePete Gusenberg
1975Death Race 2000Nero the Hero
1975White Line FeverClem
1976The Four DeucesSmokey Ross
1977The White BuffaloJack McCall
1979SevenSkip
1982Blood TideNeil Grice
1984The Karate KidSensei John Kreese
1985Rambo: First Blood Part IIMichael Reed Ericson
1986The Karate Kid Part IISensei John Kreese
1987Steele JusticeJohn Steele
1989The Karate Kid Part IIISensei John Kreese
1991White LightSean Craig
1992Project ShadowchaserDesilvaDirect-to-video
1992Shootfighter: Fight to the DeathMr. Lee
1994Wyatt EarpEd Ross
1994Frank and JesseUncredited
1994Future ShockDr. Langdon
1996TimelockAdmiral Danny Teegs
1996MercenaryPhoenix
1998Joseph's GiftThompsonn
2000Nowhere LandHank
2002Crocodile 2: Death SwampRoland
2002Curse of the Forty-NinerCaleb
2004Illusion InfinityTaxi Driver
2005Glass TrapCorrigan
2005Miracle at Sage StreetJess
2006Max Havoc: Ring of FireLt. Reynolds
2007The Dead Sleep EasyBob Depugh
2008Chinaman's Chance: America's Other SlavesSheriff Jones
2009Middle MenUS Senator
2011SavageJack Lund
2014Falcon SongCaspian
2014Eternity: The MovieBarry Goldfield, Sr.
2014Tapped OutPrincipal Vanhorne
2014The ExtendablesAye Lewis[10]
2015The Dog Who Saved SummerVernon
2016TradedCavendish
2016Jokers WildGraham Palace
2017Bring Me A DreamSheriff Jack Miller
2018Paint It RedScabs
2019Once Upon a Time in HollywoodSheriff on Bounty Law
2019VFWLou Clayton

Television[edit]

YearTitleRoleEpisode(s)
1974GunsmokeGuthrie'In Performance of Duty'
1975Three for the Road'The Rip-off'
1976KojakBurl Stole'Law Dance'
1976The Streets of San FranciscoWillis Hines'The Drop'
1977The Rockford FilesHarry Smick'Dirty Money, Black Light'
1977Code RGeorge Baker12 episodes
1977The San Pedro Beach BumsDenny Evans'The Shortest Yard'
1977–1978We've Got Each OtherKen Redford5 episodes
1978The Incredible HulkHenry 'Rocky' Welsh'Final Round'
1978–1979Barnaby JonesGreg Saunders, Stan Benson2 episodes
1979Quincy, M.E.
1978Starsky and HutchJimmy“Birds of a Feather”;
1979CHiPsJoe Kirby'The Death Challenge'; 'Hot Wheels'
1982Cry for the StrangersJeffTelevision film
1982–1988Cagney & LaceyVictor Isbecki113 episodes
1985Murder, She WroteDr. Ellison'Armed Response'
1985The Twilight ZoneJoe'Opening Day'
1989Hard Time on Planet EarthJess13 episodes
1993RenegadeMitch Raines / Goliath2 episodes
1993–1994Kung Fu: The Legend ContinuesChi'Ru Master2 episodes
1994Cagney & Lacey: The ReturnVictor IsbeckiTelevision film
1995Walker, Texas RangerFred Kimble'Flashback'
1995Hercules: The Legendary JourneysDemetrius'The Mother of All Monsters'
1998–1999Diagnosis: MurderCaptain Walter Newman3 episodes
2001Under Heavy FireFather BrazinskiTelevision film
2001Black ScorpionJames Ames/Firearm'Armed and Dangerous'
2003Hard GroundFloydTelevision film
2003BarbarianMunkarTelevision film
2009War WolvesMalickTelevision film
2011Tosh.0John Kreese'Broad Breaker'
2015Criminal MindsJohn Folkmore'Scream'
2017The GoldbergsMaster John'The Kara-Te Kid'
2018–presentCobra KaiJohn KreeseGuest season 1, main season 2

See also[edit]

  • Biography portal

References[edit]

  1. ^Rahman, Abid (August 28, 2020). ''Cobra Kai' Star Martin Kove On Returning to Play Iconic Character'. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved December 9, 2020. ..the 74-year-old [as of August 2020]
  2. ^Tucker, Ernest (May 15, 1987). ''Kosher cowboy' bucks heavy image'. Chicago Sun-Times. p. 71. Retrieved January 11, 2015.
  3. ^Curran, Brad (June 11, 2014). 'Interview with Martin Kove'. Kung-fu Kingdom. Retrieved January 11, 2015.
  4. ^'Star of Karate Kid talks with Ballinger Publishing'. Ballinger Publishing. Retrieved January 11, 2015.
  5. ^Angelus, Jerold (27 June 2011). Martin Kove. Duct Publishing. p. 128. ISBN9786136779522. Retrieved January 11, 2015.
  6. ^Frye, Cory (March 10, 2018). 'Of Being and Johnny Lawrence (Sweep the Leg)'. Albany Democrat-Herald. Corvallis Gazette-Times. Retrieved October 21, 2018.
  7. ^Strauss, Chris (October 9, 2014). ''Karate Kid' villain Billy Zabka is still best friends with the Cobra Kais'. USA Today. Retrieved October 21, 2018.
  8. ^''Cobra Kai' Gets Early Season 4 Renewal at Netflix Hollywood Reporter'. www.hollywoodreporter.com. Retrieved 2020-10-20.
  9. ^https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cb2fo1jnbk8
  10. ^THE EXTENDABLES Trailer on YouTube

Further reading[edit]

  • Voisin, Scott, Character Kings: Hollywood's Familiar Faces Discuss the Art & Business of Acting. BearManor Media, 2009. ISBN978-1-59393-342-5.

External links[edit]

Ralph Macchio

  • Martin Kove on IMDb
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La-La Land’s other new releases include two new albums featuring Jerry Goldsmith’s scores for Von Ryan’s Express & The Blue Max and The Detective & The Flim-Flam Man, as well as the CD version of Bear McCreary’s score for Blumhouse’s Freaky.