"Mr. Kreese, good morning! What a surprise! Some coffee?"
―Milos Dadok[src]

Milos (center) with Terry Silver and John Kreese.

Milos Dadok was Terry Silver's personal servant and butler.

He is a supporting character in The Karate Kid Part III and was portrayed by the late Jan Tríska.


Milos Dadok was a hotel concierge in Prague, Czechoslovakia. At some point in the early 1980s, an up-and-coming energy waste disposal mogul named Terry Silver came into contact with him through his business dealings in Europe and took a liking to Milos, along with English secretary Margaret Spencer. Silver arranged for both of them to travel back to the United States with him and work for him personally. By the time 1985 rolled around, Milos assisted Terry Silver in his own home, along with Margaret, and helped Silver with his Karate and his effort to help his friend John Kreese. Milos seemed to know Kreese quite well as, in his first appearance, he addressed him enthusiastically as "Mr. Kreese" and asked him if he wanted some coffee. Milos's fate after the events of The Karate Kid Part III is largely unknown, but it is likely that he passed away in-between the events of The Karate Kid Part III and Cobra Kai

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