Robert Vaughn has appeared in more than a hundred motion pictures, including "The ""Magnificent Seven, Bullitt "(for which he won a British Oscar nomination)," "and "The Young Philadelphians," which earned him an Academy Award nomination. His work in television has earned him an Emmy among other honors, and his role as Napoleon Solo on the hit television series "The Man from U.N.C.L.E. "has earned him lasting fame. The series won the Hollywood Foreign Press Golden Globe as the best television show in the world in 1965. Vaughn received the Photoplay Gold Medal award as the most popular actor in America, presented to him by the previous year's winner, John Wayne. Vaughn is also a serious student of politics and world affairs. He played a leading role in the antiwar movement of the 1960s. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in 1970, and his book on the Hollywood blacklist, "Only Victims," was published in 1972. Vaughn has most recently starred in the BBC/AMC Original Series "Hustle." He lives in Connecticut with his wife, Linda, and is the father of a son, Cassidy, and a daughter, Caitlin.