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Howard Cohen (January 2, 1928 December 28, 1993), who performed as Howard Caine, was a popular character actor, probably best known as Gestapo agent Major Hochstetter in the television series Hogan's Heroes.

Caine was born in Nashville, Tennessee but moved to New York at age thirteen. It was there that he began to study acting. He was able to lose his Southern accent, and mastered many foreign and regional dialects. He served in World War II , joining the United States Navy fighting the Japanese in Pacific theater. After the war, he studied drama at Columbia University.

He was in several Broadway shows, and had many film and television appearances, including a turn as Charles Manson's attorney Irving Kanarek (called "Everett Scoville" for the production) in the 1976 TV movie Helter Skelter.

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