Martin Kove is an American film and television actor regarded for his work in films such as Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) and on TV series such as Cagney & Lacey. He also starred in the short-lived science fiction series Hard Time on Planet Earth and made guest appearances on several television programs including Gunsmoke, Three for the Road, Kojak, Quincy, M. E., The Incredible Hulk, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, The Streets of San Francisco, and Black Scorpion. He is best known however for his role as hard-nosed Karate sensei John Kreese in the Karate Kid film series. But not all his work is kid stuff. In his glorious feature film debut, Andy Warhol's 1972 gender bending satire Women in Revolt, Martin, in his young magnificent prime, goes completely naked from head to toe. Andy, or whoever was working that day in the factory, captures Kove in perfectly lit shots that show his beefy, slightly fuzzy chest, along with his ding dong and dangling gonads. If that weren't enough, Martin is partin' his cheeks for the camera, and givin' us a peek at his rear view. If only all actors got this naked in their onscreen debut!