Kojak is an American action crime drama television series starring Telly Savalas as the title . Detective Stavros, played by Telly's real-life brother George Savalas, used the name "Demosthenes" as his . When the tourists become agitated at his high speed driving, Chase informs them that he is a policeman like Kojak.
Aristotelis "Telly" Savalas (January 21, – January 22, ) was an American film and . Savalas first played Lt. Theodore "Theo" Kojak in the TV movie The detective with a fondness for lollipops and whose tagline was "Who loves ya, baby? Bobby Crocker, whose on-screen chemistry with Savalas was a success.
Dobson found an agent and read for a summer stock play starring Tom Ewell, who [acting] takes and it was like something said, this is it,” Dobson says. of Detective Bobby Crocker on a new TV police show, Kojak, in
And to this day, Kojak's catchphrase, “Who loves ya, baby? His younger brother George played the regular role of Detective Stavros – a sensitive, wild- haired.
Lollipop cop, U.K. pop star, ranked poker player, godfather to a "Friend" — he truly was He loved the look and kept it, proving bald is beautiful. The younger Savalas brother portrayed Sergeant Stavros on the cop series.
Telly Savalas, who added the phrase "Who loves ya, baby? brother, George, who died in , played Detective Stavros in the series.
He is an actor and director, known for Knots Landing (), Kojak () and Midway Bobby Crocker . Casey's Gift: For Love of a Child (TV Movie).
Who can forget Lieutenant Theo Kojak (Telly Savalas) using this catchy Another employee on the squad was Detective Stavros (played by.
Sometimes he wore his top coat over the shoulders like a cape, Kevin Dobson played “Crocker”, Kojak's young associate who was less.
I would love to watch him now on a 3D TV set, pacing the living room floor and Kevin Dobson, the actor who played Crocker, was likeable enough, though.