Andrews also had a recurring role as Lt. Johnny Russo in "The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor," which ran from 1959 to 1962. He made numerous appearances on TV shows including "The Phil Silvers Show," "Star Trek" (where he played Kras, the second-ever appearance of a Klingon), "Gunsmoke," "Marcus Welby M.D.," "Kojak" and "Murder She Wrote."
Born Tiger Andrews in Brooklyn, he was a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. He began his acting career on Broadway and Off Broadway in productions such as "Mr. Roberts" and "From Here to Eternity." He is credited with introducing "Mack the Knife" in the original New York production of "The Threepenny Opera." He went on to direct and act in other adaptations of this play.
The house gets the point.