Victor Millan, who passed away on April 3, 2009, was a pioneering Mexican American actor who graduated from UCLA Theater Arts in 1945. His early film credits include The Ring (1952), a recurring role in the Ramar of the Jungle television series (1952-53) as well as important roles in Walk the Proud Land (1956), Touch of Evil (1958), and The FBI Story (1959). His memorable portrayal of the ranch foreman in Giant (1956) allowed him to work opposite Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson and Sal Mineo. In later years he acted in such films as The Man of Bronze (1975) and Scarface (1993). Millan has also worked as director on the Ahora! PBS series on KCET. He taught Theater Arts at Santa Monica College where he served as Dean for many years. Here Millan recounts how he was cast in the classic noir mystery Touch of Evil and what it was like working opposite actor/director Orson Wells.