Lee Majors

Mostly Credited As: Lee Majors
Sometimes Credited As: Lee Yeary

Birth Name: Harvey Lee Yeary
Date Of Birth: April 23, 1939 (Age 77)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Wyandotte, Michigan
Height: 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Lee Majors

Lee Majors (birth name Harvey Lee Yeary) was born on 23 April 1939, in Wyandotte, Michigan. Majors' biological parents were killed in an auto accident when he was just a toddler. He was adopted by his uncle and aunt (Harvey and Mildred Yeary) as their own son. The family also included Majors' brother, Bill Yeary. Growing up in the small Kentucky town of Middlesboro, Majors attended Middlesboro High School, where he played on the varsity football team and was involved with the theater program. Furthering his education at Eastern Kentucky University, Majors played on the football team, but an injury ended what was being touted as a possible professional football career. After graduation, Majors relocated to Los Angeles, in hopes of employment in the film industry.

Majors has starred in seven series over the years and these include The Virginian, The Big Valley, Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Fall Guy, Raven and Tour Of Duty. The role of astronaut Steve Austin in The Six Million Dollar Man shot Majors to international fame. He and second wife Farrah Fawcett made television history in 1976, being the first married couple to star in two separate, highly rated television series at the same time. Majors went on to also star in The Fall Guy, as Colt Seavers, a stuntman and bounty hunter. The Six Million Dollar Man and The Fall Guy were Majors' greatest hits and longest running series. Majors' film career has not been as well received as his television work. The most notable film he has appeared in was The Norseman. Today, Majors continues to work in television and film, but usually in supporting roles. He has also made a number of commercials.

Lee Majors has been married four times (Kathy Robinson, Farrah Fawcett, Karen Valez, and Faith Majors). He is the father of four children, Lee Majors II with Kathy Robinson and twin sons,Trey and Dane, and daughter Nikki, with Karen Valez.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Me and Lee (2012)As: TBA
Too Much Sun (2000)As: Scott Reed
Raven (US) (1992)As: Herman "Ski" Jablonski
Tour of Duty (1987)As: Pvt. Thomas 'Pop' Scarlett (S03)
The Fall Guy (1981)As: Colt Seavers
The Six Million Dollar Man (1974)As: Colonel Steve Austin
Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law (1971)As: Jess Brandon
The Big Valley (1965)As: Heath Barkley
The Virginian (1962)As: Roy Tate (S09)
Episode Cast Credits 

Dallas (2012) (2012) 
  Guilt By Association 02x14: (Apr/15/2013) As Ken Richards 
  Let Me In 02x11: (Apr/01/2013) As Ken Richards 
  Guilt & Innocence 02x10: (Mar/25/2013) As Ken Richards 

CSI: NY (2004) 
  Flash Pop 08x14: (Mar/30/2012) As Paul Burton 

Raising Hope (2010) 
  Burt's Parents 02x07: (Nov/15/2011) As Burt's Dad 

Grey's Anatomy (2005) 
  Poker Face 08x06: (Oct/20/2011) As Chuck Cain (Patient: Narrowed Aortic Valve) 

G.I. Joe Renegades (2010) 
  Revelations (2) 01x26: (Jul/23/2011) Voiced  General Clayton Abernathy 
  The Descent (2) 01x02: (Nov/26/2010) Voiced  General Clayton Abernathy 
  The Descent (1) 01x01: (Nov/26/2010) Voiced  General Clayton Abernathy 

$#*! My Dad Says (2010) 
  Well Suitored 01x16: (Feb/03/2011) As Don Reger 

Human Target (2010) (2010) 
  Christopher Chance 01x12: (Apr/14/2010) As "Christopher Chance" 

Community (2009) 
  Beginner Pottery 01x19: (Mar/18/2010) As Admiral Slaughter, [Special Guest Stars]

According to Jim (2001) 
  Heaven Opposed to Hell 08x18: (Jun/02/2009) As God 
  Jim Almighty 07x01: (Jan/01/2008) As God 

Robot Chicken (2005) 
  Love, Maurice 04x07: (Jan/18/2009) Voiced  Steve Rogers 

Cold Case (2003) 
  Wings 06x11: (Dec/21/2008) As Dean London '08 

Weeds (2005) 
  I Am the Table 04x08: (Aug/04/2008) As Minute-Man Leader 

The Game (2006) 
  Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee 02x16: (Apr/20/2008) As Coach Ross 
  Tasha, Renee, and Malik the Cliche 02x03: (Oct/15/2007) As Coach Ross 
  The Trey Wiggs Taps Back Episode 02x02: (Oct/08/2007) As Coach Ross 

The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman (2006) 
  Good Times and Great Oldies 02x08: (Sep/23/2007) As The Governor 

Will & Grace (1998) 
  It's A Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World 07x21: (May/05/2005) As Burt Wolfe 

The O'Reilly Factor (1996) 
  Abortion, Privacy Rights & Rape 10x41: (Feb/25/2005) As Himself 

Married to the Kellys (2003) 
  The Plan 01x20: (Mar/26/2004) As Himself 

Jake 2.0 (2003) 
  Double Agent 01x12: (Dec/17/2003) As Richard Foxx, [Special Guest Stars]

Son of the Beach (2000) 
  Bad News, Mr. Johnson (3) 03x14: (Oct/01/2002) As Colonel Seymore Kooze 
  Jailhouse Notch (2) 03x13: (Sep/24/2002) As Colonel Seymore Kooze 
  Taco Lips Now (1) 03x12: (Sep/17/2002) As Colonel Seymore Kooze 

V.I.P. (1998) 
  Ride of the Valkyries 02x22: (May/20/2000) As Jed Irons 

Family Guy (1999) 
  Running Mates 02x10: (Apr/11/2000) Voiced  Himself 

So Graham Norton (1998) 
  Lee Majors, Liz Smith 03x01: (Nov/19/1999) As Himself 

Walker, Texas Ranger (1993) 
  On the Border 07x11: (Dec/12/1998) As Sheriff Bell 

Promised Land (1996) 
  The Secret 01x08: (Nov/19/1996) As Jim Walker 

P.S.I. Luv U (1991) 
  Where There's a Will, There's a Dani 01x09: (Dec/07/1991) As Himself 

Tour of Duty (1987) 
  The Raid 03x20: (Apr/28/1990) As PFC Thomas 'Pop' Scarlet 
  Three Cheers for the Orange, White & Blue 03x19: (Apr/14/1990) As PFC Thomas 'Pop' Scarlet 
  War is a Contact Sport 03x18: (Mar/24/1990) As PFC Thomas 'Pop' Scarlet 
  Vietnam Rag 03x17: (Feb/24/1990) As PFC Thomas 'Pop' Scarlet 

The Love Boat (1977) 
  China Cruise: The Pledge/East Meets West/Dear Roberta/My Two Dumplings (1) 07x01: (Oct/01/1983) As unknown 

Trauma Center (1983) 
  Notes About Courage 01x02: (Sep/29/1983) As Colt Seavers 

The Brady Bunch Hour (1977) 
  Farrah Fawcett / Lee Majors / Van Snowden / Rip Taylor 01x01: (Jan/23/1977) As Himself 

The Bionic Woman (1976) 
  Welcome Home, Jaime (1) 01x01: (Jan/14/1976) As Steve Austin, [Special Guest Stars]
  Kill Oscar (3) 02x06: (Nov/03/1976) As Colonel Steve Austin ("Special Guest Appearance by"), [Special Guest Stars]
  Kill Oscar (1) 02x05: (Oct/27/1976) As Colonel Steve Austin ("Special Guest Appearance by"), [Special Guest Stars]
  The Return of Bigfoot (2) 02x01: (Sep/22/1976) As Colonel Steve Austin (Special Guest Appearance by), [Special Guest Stars]

Donny and Marie (1976) 

The Sixth Sense (1972) 
  With This Ring, I Thee Kill! 01x07: (Mar/04/1972) As Clayton Ross 

Alias Smith and Jones (1971) 
  The McCreedy Bust: Going, Going, Gone! 02x16: (Jan/13/1972) As Joe Briggs 

Bracken's World (1969) 
  Superstar [aka Star Struck] 01x19: (Feb/06/1970) As Frank Carver 

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962) 
  The Monkey's Paw - A Retelling 03x26: (Apr/19/1965) As Howard White 

Gunsmoke (1955) 
  Song for Dying 10x21: (Feb/13/1965) As Dave Lukens 

Lonesome Dove: The Series (1994) 
  Ties that Bind 01x20: (Unknown/Unaired) As Woodrow Call 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

The Fall Guy (1981)• Co-Producer
• Main Title Theme Written/performed

Episode Crew

The Six Million Dollar Man (1974) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
One of Our Running Backs is Missing 03x08 Nov/02/1975 As: Director

The high school football stadium in Lee Major's hometown of Middlesboro, Kentucky, is named Lee Majors Field in his honor.

Lee Majors took his stage name from "Lee" his real middle name and" Majors" from former University of Tennessee football coach–John Majors.

Lee Majors was offered the role of Joe Buck (made famous by Jon Voight) in the 1969 Best Picture Oscar winner, Midnight Cowboy. Majors was forced to turn down the role as he was contracted to the television series The Big Valley.

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