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Ahn, Philip -- Korean-American character actor who appeared in two episodes, "Carry Me Back to Old T'sing-Tao" and "An American Empress". Born 3.29.05 in Los Angeles, died 2.28.78, Los Angeles; the son of a Korean diplomat, Ahn got started in acting in 1935. His most famous role was as Master Kan in the seriesKung Fu. He appeared in numerous other series as a guest star -- from Crossroads and Four Star Playhouse in the 1950s to Bonanza, The Wild Wild West, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Mission: Impossible, It Takes A Thief, Hawaii Five-O, Police Woman and M*A*S*H. His films include A Scream in the Night (1935), The General Died at Dawn (1936), China Girl (1942), Forever Yours (1945), Red Snow (1952), Battle Hymn (1957), Diamond Head (1963) and Portrait of a Hitman (1977).
Albert, Dr. Rachel -- Canadian agronomist kidnapped by freelance spy Karafatma in "Turkish Delight". She betrays Scott, who is posing as Dr. Roger Smithfield, but they hit it off, just the same. Played by Diana Sands.
Albion, George -- One of Kelly and Scotty's fellow agents, who was gunned down by Castro's militia in the Sierra Maestra. (I Spy #1)
Andes, Keith -- Actor, played Anderson in "A Room With A Rack" and Troy Duncan in "Laya" and "Now You See Her, Now You Don't." Born 6.12.20 in Ocean City, New Jersey, he is the father of musician Mark Andes, member of the bands Spirit and Heart. Keith starred as Joe Dynamite in the Broadway hit Wildcat!, co-starring Lucille Ball. His feature films include Away All Boats (1956), Tora, Tora, Tora (1970) and ...And Justice for All (1979). His television series include This Man Dawson (1959) and Paradise Bay (1965), while he has guest starred in such series as Sea Hunt, The Outer Limits, The Lucille Ball Show, Daniel Boone, Star Trek, Cannon and Gunsmoke.
Andreas -- Agent involved in smuggling The Beautiful Children out of Bulgaria. The son of Charamboulis, he was himself one of the children kidnapped by the Communists. Kelly Robinson trained him when he got out from behind the Iron Curtain. Played by Paris Alexander. ("The Beautiful Children")
Andreyev -- One of the Russians to whom Indris gave Shana Davis so that she could be tortured into revealing the whereabouts of a flask of experimental rocket fuel she stole from Alamagordo. ("Shana")
Anglo-American Enterprises -- Kelly Robinson posed as a representative of this nonexistent organization in an effort to get past the convent mother superior and talk to Juan Nepomutheno, in "Get Thee To A Nunnery".
Archer, Tony -- CIA courier who was supposed to meet Pierre Gregory in Paris, and who watched Gregory die from exposure to the nerve gas Tabun. Scotty considered him a kook-and-a-half, a stringer working off espionage jobs and in it solely for the money. (I Spy #1)
automobiles -- Neither Kelly Robinson or Alexander Scott are associated with any particular car, though in I Spy #1 Robinson drove a gray Thunderbird with a special racing motor while in Washington, and a Citroen rental while in France -- until he wrecked it trying to avoid being blown up by a bazooka-wielding Force One operative.
Azrou -- The name of the vessel docked at the Gare Maritime de Casablanca, and aboard which Robinson and Scott engaged in some subterfuge to elude enemy agents before flying on to Athens, in "The Beautiful Children".