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John Milius
Miami Vice Writer
"Viking Bikers from Hell" (as Walter Kurtz)
Born
April 11, 1944, St. Louis, Missouri
Active
1967-present
Spouse(s)/Children
Renee Fabri (1967-1978, divorced), two children
Celia Kaye (married 1978, divorced)
Elan Oberon (1992-present)


John Milius (born April 11, 1944, St. Louis, Missouri) is an American screenwriter who wrote the episode "Viking Bikers from Hell" (under the pseudonym "Walter Kurtz") for the series Miami Vice. It is his only TV episodic writing credit.

CareerEdit

Milius began his career in screenwriting in the late 1960s, writing short stories before moving to larger productions, writing the screenplay for the movies Evel Knievel and Dirty Harry (not credited for Harry, though he did write Clint Eastwood's speech about the .44 Magnum and if the prisoner felt "lucky") and two other Harry movies: Magnum Force and Sudden Impact (writing the line "Go ahead, make my day!"). His other movie credits include Apocalypse Now, 1941, Conan The Barbarian, Red Dawn, Clear and Present Danger, and Geronimo: An American Legend. His TV credits were the TV movie Rough Riders a documentary, Between The Lines: The Story of Surfers and the Vietnam War, and created the series Rome that ran on cable and the BBC from 2005-07.

Personal LifeEdit

Milius married Renee Fabri in 1967 until their 1978 divorce, they have two children; Ethan and Marco, later marrying actress Celia Kaye (Big Wednesday) in 1978, later divorcing. In 1992 he married actress Elan Oberon.

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