Actor Michael Strong never quite achieved star status, but he has a legacy of excellent film roles to his credit. Strong made his debut in 1948 and was a frequent guest star on dramatic anthology shows like "The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse" and "Studio One in Hollywood." He appeared with James Coburn in the caper film "Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round" in 1966 and had a memorable role in the "Star Trek" episode "What Are Little Girls Made Of?" as Dr. Roger Korby. A year later, he landed a supporting role in the John Boorman cult thriller "Point Blank" and had a significant part in the 1970 blockbuster "Patton," playing Brigadier General Hobart Carver. Strong was a fixture on 1970s television, especially police and detective shows, making multiple appearances on "The Streets of San Francisco," "Hawaii Five-O," and "Barnaby Jones." In one of his final film roles, he had a supporting part in the critically lauded drama "The Great Santini."