Martin E. Brooks, 90, whose acting career stretched from Broadway dramas to TV series including
The Six Million Dollar Man
died Monday in Los Angeles after a brief hospitalization.
His best-known role was as the scientist Rudy Wells on the 1970s series The Six Million Dollar Man and its spinoff, The Bionic Woman. The role of Wells had previously been played in the original series by Alan Oppenheimer.
Mr. Brooks' other credits included The Philco Television Playhouse in the 1950s, Combat! in the 1960s, and Knots Landing in the 1990s. He also played Dr. Arthur Bradshaw on the daytime serial General Hospital.
A friend, the producer Jon Landau, said Mr. Brooks was proud of his stage work, which included An Enemy of the People and I Am a Camera, as well as the actors he worked with, Julie Harris and Barbara Bel Geddes among them. - AP