Lee Majors

Born Apr 23, 1939

Lee Majors is an American television, film and voice actor, best known for his roles as Heath Barkley in the TV series The Big Valley (1965 - 1969), as Colonel Steve Austin in The Six Million Dollar Man (1973–1978) and as Colt Seavers in The Fall Guy (1981–1986). He is also known as Owen Marshall's law partner/friend, Jess Brandon, in the 1971–1974 series Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law.… Read More

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1939 Birth Born on April 23, 1939.


1957 18 Years Old He participated in track and football at Middlesboro High School. He graduated in 1957, and earned a scholarship to Indiana University, where he again competed in sports.


1959 20 Years Old Majors transferred to Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky, in 1959. … Read More
1962 23 Years Old Majors graduated from Eastern Kentucky in 1962 with a degree in History and Physical Education. … Read More
1965 26 Years Old After appearing in a 1965 episode of Gunsmoke, he starred as Howard White in an episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, "The Monkey's Paw – A Retelling", based on the short story by W. W. Jacobs later the same year. … Read More
1968 29 Years Old During the series, Majors co-starred in the 1968 Charlton Heston film Will Penny, for which he received an "Introducing" credit, and landed the lead role in The Ballad of Andy Crocker (1969), a made-for-television film which was first broadcast by ABC. … Read More


1969 - 1971 3 More Events
1973 34 Years Old Majors' co-starring role on Owen Marshall led him to a starring role as Colonel Steve Austin, an ex-astronaut with bionic implants in The Six Million Dollar Man, a 1973 television movie broadcast on ABC. … Read More
1975 36 Years Old Majors also made his directorial debut in 1975, on an episode called "One of Our Running Backs Is Missing" which co-starred professional football players such as Larry Csonka and Dick Butkus.
1977 38 Years Old In 1977, with The Six Million Dollar Man still a hit series, Majors tried to renegotiate his contract with Universal Television. … Read More


1981 42 Years Old In 1981, Majors returned in another long-running television series. … Read More
1987 48 Years Old Between 1987 and 1994, Majors and Lindsay Wagner reunited in three The Six Million Dollar Man/The Bionic Woman TV movies.
1988 49 Years Old Majors also made cameo appearances in Circle of Two (1980) and as himself in the 1988 holiday comedy Scrooged.


1990 51 Years Old In 1990, he starred in the film Keaton's Cop, and had recurring roles in Tour of Duty and the short-lived 1992 series, Raven. … Read More


2002 - 2007 3 More Events
2008 69 Years Old Also in 2008, Majors played a member of the Minutemen (dedicated to preventing illegal border crossings) in season four of the Showtime series Weeds, where he recruits Kevin Nealon's character. … Read More
2010 71 Years Old 1 More Event
In March 2010, Majors played the crusty sailing instructor in the Community episode "Beginner Pottery".
He later reprised the role in a 2011 episode.
2013 74 Years Old On February 1, 2013, it was announced that Majors would appear in a two-episode guest spot in season two of TNT's Dallas as Ken Richards, an old flame of Sue Ellen's.
2015 76 Years Old In 2015, he appeared as J.D. in the faith-based drama Do You Believe? and the hip-hop dance-themed series Avengers of eXtreme Illusions.
2016 77 Years Old Lee Majors recently was cast in Season 2 of Ash vs Evil Dead on STARZ as Brock Williams the dad of Ash Williams (Bruce Cambell) premiering October 2016. … Read More
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