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Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, US

Date of Birth: 03/06/47

AKA: Marty Cove

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Blood Tide (1982) Sexy, shirtless 01:01:04 Martin Kove searches the island in just a pair of dungarees... He's pretty much early 80s sexy the entire time with his hairy chest! (1 min 31 secs)
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The manly Martin Kove refuses to stop getting us hard, really fast, with no mercy!Yes, Martin will forever be known as the brutal head of the Cobra Kai Karate dojo John Kreese in The Karate Kid (1984), but he has actually had a long and varied career. Originally from Brooklyn, back when he was just startin, Martin not only went full frontal but even showed us his butt-cove in Andy Warhol's 1972 gender bending satire of the women's liberation movement, Women in Revolt. Martin, in his young magnificent prime, goes completely naked from head to toe as 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. Every woman, and plenty of fellas found it far from revolting! Horror fans might remember him as a cop in The Last House on the Left (1972), while action fans will remember him as Nero the Hero in Death Race 2000 (1975). Most people will remember him as the chauvinistic male detective Victor Isbecki on Cagney & Lacey, though we preferred seeing him search the island all sweaty and shirtless in the James Earl Jones horror flick Blood Tide (1982). In 1984 the real life blackbelt who did a bunch of King Cobra malt liquor commercials brought his mojo to the dojo when he landed the role of John Kreese in The Karate Kid (1984). A small role that ended up being a cash windfall, Martin has portrayed the character for decades in commercials, two film sequels, and on Neftlix's smash hit Cobra Kai. Sure, he's a tough guy but we bet we could charm that cobra. with our skin flute. But the horse cocked Mr. Kove is no one trick pony. He was chopper pilot Michael Reed Ericson in Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985), Ed Ross in Wyatt Earp (1994), John Dillinger in Baby Face Nelson (1996), Aye Lewis in The Expendables (2014) and even the sheriff on "Bounty Law", a fictional show in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood (2019). Unfortunately, while the beginning of his career was a treasure trove of Kove, he hasn't flashed since. The sensei that will turn you gay, John Kreese had us all pretending there was a weird crease in our pants, not a raging hard on. Martin Kove is hot as a stove!