Lee Majors Overview:

Actor, Lee Majors, was born Harvey Lee Yeary on Apr 23, 1939 in Wyandotte, MI. As of December 2021, Lee Majors was 82 years old.



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

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Lee Majors Quotes:

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

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...

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Best known by the public for his starring roles as Col. Steve Austin in "The Six Million Dollar Man" (1974) and as Colt Seavers in "The Fall Guy" (1981).

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.

Signature exclamation as Heath Barkley in "The Big Valley" (1965) was "Boy, Howdy!".

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