Oscar Martinez, Disneyland's oldest employee, will be soon be celebrating 60 years of service at the California theme park.
Martinez, 81, first began his Disneyland career on Dec. 29, 1956, as a busboy at Fantasyland I and II, according to a Walt Disney Parks and Resorts blog post in 2012.
At the time, the park had only been open for a few months.
Martinez soon became famous for his delicious breakfast potatoes, and in 1967, Disney Parks and Resorts said he was hired as a cook for Carnation Cafe on Main Street, U.S.A.
He's been working there ever since.
"Over the last half-century, [Martinez] has trained thousands of cast members and has become a favorite of many guests who visit him year after year," according to the Disney Parks and Resorts post.
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This Dec. 29, Martinez is set to become the first Disney Parks and Resorts cast member to ever achieve a "diamond anniversary" milestone, according to ABC station KABC in Los Angeles.
Martinez is still working at Carnation Cafe, which serves "Oscar's Choice" -- a breakfast dish named in honor of Martinez and his world-famous potatoes, KABC reported.
Martinez told KABC that he has no plans of slowing down any time soon.
"I'm not ready for retirement," he said. "I don't want to talk about it because it's way off."
Martinez added, "[Walt Disney] said follow the dream, and that's what I'm doing."
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