Lee Majors Overview:

Actor, Lee Majors, was born Harvey Lee Yeary on Apr 23, 1939 in Wyandotte, MI. As of December 2020, Lee Majors was 81 years old.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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Lee Majors Quotes:

Will Penny: [Blue has just taken a shot of Catron's moonshine] How's she taste?
Blue: [Grimacing] Danged if I know... sure burns a dollar's worth...


Blue: [to Dutchy] Hell, one job's all I need. Sharin' a blanket don't make us married.


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Lee Majors Facts
Suffered three separate whippings on "The Big Valley" (1965). In a Mexican jail in "The Big Valley: Legend of a General: Part 1 (#2.2)" (1966), shown 9-19-66. In a penal camp in "The Big Valley: The Iron Box (#2.11)" (1966), shown 11-28-66. At the hands of a religious sect in "The Big Valley: Journey Into Violence (#3.14)" (1967), shown 12-18-67.

Before he was an actor, he worked as a park recreational director.

Starred concurrently in two TV shows at the same time - Playing Jess Brandon in "Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law" (1971) and Colonel Steve Austin in The Six Million Dollar Man (1973) (TV) TV movies.

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