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Occupation  Actor
Height  1.83 m
Role  Television actor
Name  Lee Majors
Years active  1964–present

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Full Name  Harvey Lee Yeary
Born  April 23, 1939 (age 84) (1939-04-23) Wyandotte, Michigan, U.S.
Alma mater  Eastern Kentucky University,Indiana University
Spouse  Faith Majors (m. 2002), Karen Velez (m. 1988–1994)
Children  Nikki Majors, Dane Luke Majors, Lee Majors II, Trey Kulley Majors
Albums  The Gobots, Ace of Cake 3 (The Kush Pack)
Movies and TV shows  The Six Million Dollar Man, The Fall Guy, The Big Valley, Do You Believe?, The Virginian
Similar People  Farrah Fawcett, Heather Thomas, Faith Majors, Lindsay Wagner, Peter Breck

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Lee Majors (born Harvey Lee Yeary; April 23, 1939) is an American film, television and voice actor. Majors is best known for portraying the roles of Heath Barkley in the American television Western series The Big Valley (1965–1969), Colonel Steve Austin in the American television science fiction action series The Six Million Dollar Man (1973–1978), and Colt Seavers in American television action series The Fall Guy (1981–1986).

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In the television series The Six Million Dollar Man, Steve Austin takes on special high-risk government missions using his superhuman bionic powers. The television character Steve Austin became a pop culture icon of the 1970s.

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Majors reprised the role of Colonel Steve Austin in several bionic reunion television movies in the late 1980s and 1990s. He appeared in a number of supporting, recurring and cameo roles in feature films and television series, and lent his voice to a number of animated TV series and video games.

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Early life

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Majors was born in Wyandotte, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. His parents, Carl and Alice Yeary, were both killed in separate accidents (prior to his birth and when he was one year old, respectively). At age two, Majors was adopted by an uncle and aunt and moved with them to Middlesboro, Kentucky.

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. Majors transferred to Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky, in 1959. He played in his first game the following year, but suffered a severe back injury which left him paralyzed for two weeks, and ended his college football career. Following his injury, he turned his attention to acting and performed in plays at the Pioneer Playhouse in Danville, Kentucky. Majors graduated from Eastern Kentucky in 1962 with a degree in History and Physical Education.

After college, he received an offer to try out for the St. Louis Cardinals football team. Instead, he moved to Los Angeles and found work at the Los Angeles Park and Recreation Department as the Recreation Director for North Hollywood Park. In LA, Majors met many actors and industry professionals, including Dick Clayton, who had been James Dean's agent, and Clayton suggested he attend his acting school. After one year of acting school, Clayton felt that Majors was ready to start his career. At this time, he picked up the stage name Lee Majors as a tribute to childhood hero Johnny Majors who was a player and future coach for the University of Tennessee. Majors also studied at Estelle Harmon's acting school at MGM.

Early roles

At age 25, Majors landed his first, although uncredited, role in Strait-Jacket (1964), as Joan Crawford's ill-fated husband. 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.

Majors got his big break when he was chosen out of over 400 young actors, including Burt Reynolds, for the co-starring role of Heath Barkley in a new ABC western series, The Big Valley, which starred Barbara Stanwyck. Also starring on the show was another newcomer, Linda Evans, who played Heath's younger sister, Audra. Richard Long and Peter Breck played his brothers Jarrod and Nick, respectively. One of Heath's frequently used expressions during the series was "Boy howdy!" Big Valley was an immediate hit. 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. The film was one of the very first films to deal with the subject matter of Vietnam veterans "coming home". That same year, he was offered the chance to star in Midnight Cowboy (1969), but The Big Valley was renewed for another season and he was forced to decline the role (which later went to Jon Voight). When The Big Valley was cancelled in 1969, he signed a long-term contract with Universal Studios. In 1970, Majors appeared in William Wyler's final movie The Liberation of L.B. Jones, and joined the cast of The Virginian for its final season.

Majors was called a "blond Elvis Presley" because of his resemblance to Elvis during this period of his career.

1970s: The Six Million Dollar Man

In 1971, he landed the role of Arthur Hill's partner, Jess Brandon, on Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, which garnered critical acclaim during its three seasons on ABC.

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. In 1974, the network decided to turn it into a weekly series. The series became an international success, being screened in over 70 countries, turning Majors into a pop icon. 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.

In 1977, with The Six Million Dollar Man still a hit series, Majors tried to renegotiate his contract with Universal Television. The studio in turn filed a lawsuit to force him to report to work due to stipulations within his existing contract that had not yet expired. It was rumored that Majors was holding out for more money, but his manager denied this: according to him, Majors was fighting to have his own production company, Fawcett Majors Productions, brought on as an independent producer in association with Universal in order to make the company viable. After Majors did not report to work that June, studio executives ultimately relented. However, ratings began to decline and The Six Million Dollar Man was cancelled in 1978 (as was The Bionic Woman). In November 2010, Time Life released a 40 DVD set featuring every episode and bonus features from the show.

He also appeared in several films during the 1970s. The TV movie Francis Gary Powers: The True Story of the U-2 Spy Incident (1976, as Francis Gary Powers), the Viking film The Norseman (1978) co-starring Cornel Wilde, the horror thriller Killer Fish (1979), the action movie Steel (1979), opposite Jennifer O'Neill, and the political thriller Agency (1980), starring Robert Mitchum.

1980s: The Fall Guy

In 1981, Majors returned in another long-running television series. Producer Glen A. Larson (who had first worked with Majors on Alias Smith and Jones, where Majors had a one-episode part, and later on The Six Million Dollar Man) asked him to star in the pilot of The Fall Guy. Majors played Colt Seavers, a Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a bounty hunter. Majors was also a producer and a director on the show, and even sang its theme song, the self-effacing "Unknown Stuntman." Majors also invited several longtime friends, Linda Evans, Peter Breck, Lindsay Wagner and Richard Anderson, to guest-star in various episodes. The series ran for five seasons until it was cancelled in 1986.

His 1980s films include the made-for-TV sequel High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane (1980), playing Gary Cooper's original role, the science fiction film The Last Chase (1981), and the disaster movie Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (1983). Between 1987 and 1994, Majors and Lindsay Wagner reunited in three The Six Million Dollar Man/The Bionic Woman TV movies. Majors also made cameo appearances in Circle of Two (1980) and as himself in the 1988 holiday comedy Scrooged.

1990s–present

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. He also had supporting roles in the films Trojan War (1997), Out Cold (2001), Big Fat Liar (2002), and The Brothers Solomon (2007). He voiced the character of "Big" Mitch Baker in the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. He played Jaret Reddick's disconnected father in Bowling For Soup's 2007 video, "When We Die." That same year, he played Grandpa Max in Ben 10: Race Against Time, and voiced a character on the APTN animated children's program Wapos Bay: The Series that was named "Steve from Austin". He also played a minor role in Stephen King's The Mist.

Majors played Coach Ross on the CW Network's television series The Game, which ran from October 1, 2006 to May 20, 2009.

Majors appeared in the role of God in "Jim Almighty" a 2007 episode of According to Jim. He would later return to the role in that show's 2009 series finale, "Heaven Opposed to Hell". 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. Majors reprised his role (voice only) as Col. Steve Austin in the "Bionic Woman" segment of the Robot Chicken season four episode "Love, Maurice" (2009).

In March 2010, Majors played the crusty sailing instructor in the Community episode "Beginner Pottery". In April 2010, he appeared as the mentor of the series lead in "Christopher Chance", the 12th episode of Human Target. Later that year, he provided the voice of General Abernathy in G.I. Joe: Renegades. He later reprised the role in a 2011 episode. In 2011, he appeared as "Rockwell" in Jerusalem Countdown. From 2011 to 2014 he appeared in three episodes of the Fox comedy Raising Hope, as Burt's father, Ralph. 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. 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. Lee Majors appeared in season 2 of Ash vs Evil Dead on STARZ as Brock Williams, the dad of Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) premiering October 2016.

Marriages

  • Kathy Robinson (married 1961, divorced 1964) – One child together, Lee Majors Jr. (born April 8, 1962).
  • Farrah Fawcett (married July 28, 1973, separated 1979, divorced February 16, 1982) – During the first six years of their marriage, she went by Farrah Fawcett-Majors.
  • Karen Velez (married 1988, divorced 1994) – Playboy Playmate; one daughter, Nikki Loren, and twin sons, Dane Luke and Trey Kulley.
  • Faith Cross (married on November 1, 2002) – actress and model.
  • Health

    In 2003, Majors had heart bypass surgery.

    Los Angeles Express

    In April 1983, Majors became part owner of the LA Express of the United States Football League.

    The song "Midnight Train to Georgia" was inspired by Lee Majors and Farrah Fawcett. Songwriter Jim Weatherly phoned his friend Lee Majors one day, and the call was answered by Fawcett. Weatherly and Fawcett chatted briefly and she told him she was going to visit her mother and was taking "the midnight plane to Houston." Although Majors and Fawcett were both successful by that time, Weatherly used them as "characters" in his song about a failed actress who leaves Los Angeles, and is followed by her boyfriend who cannot live without her. Eventually the genders were swapped, the plane turned into a train, and Houston was changed to Georgia. The recording by Gladys Knight & The Pips went to Number One in 1973.

    Filmography

    Actor
    -
    The Heavy (pre-production) as
    Sheriff Holt
    -
    A Gettysburg Christmas (post-production) as
    Charley
    -
    The Great American Action Hero (post-production) as
    Lee Majors
    -
    Mission from Outer Space (completed) as
    The Colonel
    -
    Spring Break '83 (completed) as
    Carter
    2022
    The 80's Kid: Chronicles of Agent Rain (TV Series) as
    The Colonel
    - Mission From Outer Space (2022) - The Colonel
    2022
    Renegades as
    Carver
    2021
    The Shipment as
    Dallas Chapman
    2019
    Thunderbirds Are Go (TV Series) as
    Jeff Tracy
    - The Long Reach: Part Two (2020) - Jeff Tracy (voice)
    - The Long Reach: Part One (2020) - Jeff Tracy (voice)
    - Signals Part One (2019) - Jeff Tracy (voice)
    2019
    Magnum P.I. (TV Series) as
    Russell Harlan
    - The Man in the Secret Room (2019) - Russell Harlan
    2018
    Bicycle (TV Movie) as
    Jan
    2018
    Fuller House (TV Series) as
    James
    - Angels' Night Out (2018) - James
    2016
    Ash vs Evil Dead (TV Series) as
    Brock Williams
    - Tales from the Rift (2018) - Brock Williams (uncredited)
    - Unfinished Business (2018) - Brock Williams
    - Apparently Dead (2018) - Brock Williams
    - Second Coming (2016) - Brock Williams
    - DUI (2016) - Brock Williams (uncredited)
    - Last Call (2016) - Brock Williams
    - The Morgue (2016) - Brock Williams
    - Home (2016) - Brock Williams
    2017
    Eat, Play, Love (TV Movie) as
    Dr. Isaac Monroe
    2017
    Victory by Submission as
    Sam Jordan
    2016
    Jean as
    Spiritual Stone
    2016
    Wild Bill Hickok: Swift Justice as
    Grandpa Hickock
    2016
    Almosting It as
    Chet
    2015
    The AXI: The Avengers of Extreme Illusions (TV Series) as
    Steve the Mechanic
    - The Mechanic (2015) - Steve the Mechanic
    2015
    The Mechanic (Short) as
    Steve the Mechanic
    2015
    Toxin: 700 Days Left on Earth as
    President Austin
    2015
    Do You Believe? as
    J.D.
    2014
    The Legend of DarkHorse County as
    Future Sheriff McElroy
    2011
    Raising Hope (TV Series) as
    Ralph / Burt's Dad
    - Hot Dish (2014) - Ralph
    - Burt Mitzvah: The Musical (2013) - Ralph
    - Burt's Parents (2011) - Burt's Dad
    2013
    Dallas (TV Series) as
    Ken Richards
    - Guilt by Association (2013) - Ken Richards
    - Let Me In (2013) - Ken Richards
    - Guilt & Innocence (2013) - Ken Richards
    2013
    Matt's Chance as
    The Figure
    2012
    CSI: NY (TV Series) as
    Paul Burton
    - Flash Pop (2012) - Paul Burton
    2012
    Crash & Burn (TV Movie) as
    Boss McCoy
    2011
    Grey's Anatomy (TV Series) as
    Chuck Cain
    - Poker Face (2011) - Chuck Cain
    2011
    Jerusalem Countdown as
    Rockwell
    2010
    G.I. Joe: Renegades (TV Series) as
    General Abernathy
    - Revelations: Part 2 (2011) - General Abernathy (voice)
    - The Descent: Part 2 (2010) - General Abernathy (voice)
    - The Descent: Part 1 (2010) - General Abernathy (voice)
    2011
    $#*! My Dad Says (TV Series) as
    Don Reger
    - Well Suitored (2011) - Don Reger
    2010
    Corruption.Gov as
    Jim Lawrence
    2010
    Undercovers (TV Series)
    - The Key to It All (2010) - (uncredited)
    2010
    Johnny as
    Dr. Miller
    2010
    Human Target (TV Series) as
    Christopher Chance
    - Christopher Chance (2010) - Christopher Chance
    2010
    Community (TV Series) as
    Admiral Slaughter
    - Beginner Pottery (2010) - Admiral Slaughter
    2009
    The Adventures of Umbweki as
    Police Captain Richard
    2008
    According to Jim (TV Series) as
    God
    - Heaven Opposed to Hell (2009) - God
    - Jim Almighty (2008) - God
    2007
    The Game (TV Series) as
    Coach Ross
    - Stay Fierce, Malik (2009) - Coach Ross
    - Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2008) - Coach Ross
    - The Commitments (2008) - Coach Ross
    - Hit Me with Your Best Shot (2007) - Coach Ross
    - Tasha, Renee, and Malik the Cliché (2007) - Coach Ross
    - The Trey Wiggs Taps Back Episode (2007) - Coach Ross
    2009
    Robot Chicken (TV Series short) as
    Col. Steve Austin / King Babar / David Faustino's Agent
    - Love, Maurice (2009) - Col. Steve Austin / King Babar / David Faustino's Agent (voice)
    2008
    Cold Case (TV Series) as
    Dean London '08
    - Wings (2008) - Dean London '08
    2008
    Weeds (TV Series) as
    Minute-Man Leader
    - The Love Circle Overlap (2008) - Minute-Man Leader
    - I Am the Table (2008) - Minute-Man Leader
    - Yes I Can (2008) - Minute-Man Leader
    2008
    Wainy Days (TV Series) as
    David's Dad
    - Rebecca (2008) - David's Dad
    2007
    Me & Lee? (TV Movie)
    2007
    Wapos Bay: The Series (TV Series) as
    Steve From Ausin
    - Guardians (2007) - Steve From Ausin
    2007
    Ben 10: Race Against Time (TV Movie) as
    Max Tennyson
    2007
    The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman (TV Series) as
    Governor of California
    - Good Times and Great Oldies (2007) - Governor of California
    2007
    The Brothers Solomon as
    Ed Solomon
    2006
    TV: The Movie as
    Dr. Lakin / Announcer / Lieutenant / ...
    2006
    Waitin' to Live as
    Bucko Cassidy
    2006
    Lightspeed (TV Movie) as
    Tanner
    2006
    When I Find the Ocean as
    Thomas
    2005
    Hell to Pay as
    Marshall Boone
    2005
    The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams as
    Dr. Jack Lee (scenes deleted)
    2005
    Will & Grace (TV Series) as
    Burt Wolfe
    - It's a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World (2005) - Burt Wolfe
    2004
    Arizona Summer as
    Mr. Travers
    2004
    The Trail to Hope Rose (TV Movie) as
    Marshall Toll
    2003
    Jake 2.0 (TV Series) as
    Richard Fox
    - Double Agent (2003) - Richard Fox
    2003
    Fate as
    Oscar Odgen
    2002
    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Video Game) as
    Mitch Baker (voice)
    2002
    Son of the Beach (TV Series) as
    Colonel Seymore Kooze
    - Bad News, Mr. Johnson (2002) - Colonel Seymore Kooze
    - Jailhouse Notch: Part 2 (2002) - Colonel Seymore Kooze
    - Taco Lips Now: Part 1 (2002) - Colonel Seymore Kooze
    2002
    Big Fat Liar as
    Vince
    2001
    Out Cold as
    John Majors
    2001
    Hard Knox (TV Movie) as
    Darrell Knox
    2001
    Here (Short) as
    Bane
    2001
    Hotel! (TV Movie) as
    President of the U.S.A.
    2000
    Too Much Sun (TV Series) as
    Scott Reed
    - The End of the World (2000) - Scott Reed
    - Hollywood Phonies (2000) - Scott Reed
    - Real Men Cry a Lot (2000) - Scott Reed
    - Obsession (2000) - Scott Reed
    - Cross Purposes (2000) - Scott Reed
    - Land of Opportunity (2000) - Scott Reed
    2000
    The War Next Door (TV Series) as
    Kennedy Smith Sr.
    - Father Knows Death (2000) - Kennedy Smith Sr.
    2000
    V.I.P. (TV Series) as
    Jed Irons
    - Ride of the Valkries (2000) - Jed Irons
    2000
    Family Guy (TV Series) as
    Lee Majors
    - Running Mates (2000) - Lee Majors (voice)
    2000
    Primary Suspect as
    Lt. Blake
    1999
    New Jersey Turnpikes
    1999
    Chapter Zero as
    Manatee Man
    1999
    Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (TV Series) as
    Tom Winters
    - Critical List (1999) - Tom Winters
    1998
    Walker, Texas Ranger (TV Series) as
    Sheriff Bell
    - On the Border (1998) - Sheriff Bell
    1998
    Musketeers Forever as
    Ben O'Connor
    1998
    The Protector as
    Austin
    1997
    Trojan War as
    Officer Austin
    1997
    Lost Treasure of Dos Santos (TV Movie) as
    Roy Stark
    1996
    Daytona Beach (TV Movie) as
    Owen Travers
    1996
    Promised Land (TV Series) as
    Jim Walker
    - The Secret (1996) - Jim Walker
    1995
    Lonesome Dove: The Series (TV Mini Series) as
    Woodrow F Call
    - Ties That Bind (1995) - Woodrow F Call
    1994
    Bionic Ever After? (TV Movie) as
    Steve Austin
    1992
    Raven (TV Series) as
    Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Flori and Dori (1994) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Poisoned Harvest (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - The Guardians of the Night (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Wipe-Out (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Checkmate (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Something in the Closet (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Disciples of Dawn (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Death Games (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Rip-Off (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Heat (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - The Journey (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Playback (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Bloody Beach (1993) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - The Death of Sheila (1992) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Prey (1992) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Is Someone Crazy in Here or Is It Me (1992) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - -And Everything Nice (1992) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Reunion (1992) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - The Unseen Enemy (1992) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    - Return of the Black Dragon (1992) - Herman 'Ski' Jablonski
    1993
    The Cover Girl Murders (TV Movie) as
    Rex Kingman
    1992
    Raven: Return of the Black Dragons (TV Movie) as
    Ski
    1991
    Fire: Trapped on the 37th Floor (TV Movie) as
    Deputy Chief Sterling
    1990
    Tour of Duty (TV Series) as
    'Pop' Scarlet
    - The Raid (1990) - 'Pop' Scarlet
    - Three Cheers for the Orange, White and Blue (1990) - 'Pop' Scarlet
    - War Is a Contact Sport (1990) - 'Pop' Scarlet
    - Vietnam Rag (1990) - 'Pop' Scarlet
    - Acceptable Losses (1990) - 'Pop' Scarlet
    1990
    Keaton's Cop as
    Mike Gable
    1989
    CBS Summer Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Jesse Pruitt
    - Road Show (1989) - Jesse Pruitt
    1989
    Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (TV Movie) as
    Steve Austin
    1988
    Scrooged as
    Lee Majors
    1988
    Reed Down Under (TV Movie) as
    Reed Harris
    1988
    Dolly (TV Series) as
    Harold 'Chance' Coleman
    - Episode #1.14 (1988) - Harold 'Chance' Coleman
    1987
    The Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (TV Movie) as
    Col. Steve Austin
    1986
    A Smoky Mountain Christmas (TV Movie) as
    Mountain Dan
    1981
    The Fall Guy (TV Series) as
    Colt Seavers
    - The Bigger They Are (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - War on Wheels (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Tag Team (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Lady in Green (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Two on a Skip (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - I Now Pronounce You- Dead (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - The Last Chance Platoon (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Beach Blanket Bounty (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - The Lucky Stiff (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - In His Shadow (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Trial by Fire (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Reunion (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Miami's Nice (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - No Rms Ocean Vu (1986) - Colt Seavers
    - Escape Claus (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Seavers: Dead or Alive (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - October the 32nd (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - The Life of Riley (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - A Fistful of Lire (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Femme Fatale (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - The King of the Stuntmen (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Dead Ringer (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Reel Trouble (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - The Skip Family Robinson (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Split Image (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Spring Break (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Rockabye Baby (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - High Orbit (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Tailspin (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Sheriff Seavers (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - I Love Paris (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Her Bodyguard (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - Semi-Catastrophe (1985) - Colt Seavers
    - The Winner (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Baja 1000 (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - San Francisco Caper (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Dead Bounty (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Sandcastles (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - October the 31st (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Private Eyes (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Terror U. (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Prisoner (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Stranger Than Fiction (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Losers Weepers: Part 2 (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Losers Weepers: Part 1 (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Old Heroes Never Die (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Undersea Odyssey (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Boom (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - King of the Cowboys (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Always Say Always (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Olympic Quest (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Rabbit's Feet (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Bite of the Wasp (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - The Huntress (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Cool Hand Colt (1984) - Colt Seavers
    - Wheels (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - To the Finish (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Hollywood Shorties (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Pirates of Nashville (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Inside, Outside (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Dirty Laundry (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - TKO (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - The Last Drive (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Baker's Dozen (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Pleasure Isle (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Trauma (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Devil's Island (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Just a Small Circle of Friends (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - The Chase (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - The Chameleon (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - P.S. I Love You (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - One Hundred Miles a Gallon (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - The Molly Sue (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Strange Bedfellows (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Spaced Out (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Eight Ball (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Death Boat (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - The Further Adventures of Ozzie and Harold (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Manhunter (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Happy Trails (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - Win One for the Gipper??? (1983) - Colt Seavers
    - How Do I Kill Thee- Let Me Count the Ways (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Hell on Wheels (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - A Piece of Cake (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Reluctant Traveling Companion (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Mighty Myron (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Colt Breaks Out (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Colt's Outlaws (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - The Ives Have It (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Bail and Bond (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Scavenger Hunt (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - The Silent Partner (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Three for the Road (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Charlie (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Child's Play (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Guess Who's Coming to Town? (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - The Snow Job (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Ladies on the Ropes (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Ready, Aim- Die! (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Soldiers of Misfortune (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - The Adventures of Ozzie and Harold (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Goin' for It! (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - License to Kill: Part 2 (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - License to Kill: Part 1 (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - No Way Out (1982) - Colt Seavers
    - Japanese Connection (1981) - Colt Seavers
    - The Human Torch (1981) - Colt Seavers
    - Colt's Angels (1981) - Colt Seavers
    - That's Right, We're Bad (1981) - Colt Seavers
    - The Rich Get Richer (1981) - Colt Seavers
    - The Meek Shall Inherit Rhonda (1981) - Colt Seavers
    - The Fall Guy (1981) - Colt Seavers
    1984
    The Cowboy and the Ballerina (TV Movie) as
    Bob Clayton (aka Clay)
    1983
    The Love Boat (TV Series) as
    Robert Richards
    - China Cruise: The Pledge/East Meets West/Dear Roberta/My Two Dumplings: Part 1 (1983) - Robert Richards
    - China Cruise: The Pledge/East Meets West/Dear Roberta/My Two Dumplings: Part 2 (1983) - Robert Richards
    1983
    Trauma Center (TV Series) as
    Colt Seavers
    - Notes About Courage (1983) - Colt Seavers
    1983
    Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (TV Movie) as
    Captain Cody Briggs
    1981
    Obsession as
    Theatre Patron (uncredited)
    1981
    The Last Chase as
    Franklyn Hart
    1980
    High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane (TV Movie) as
    Will Kane
    1980
    The Agency as
    Philip Morgan
    1979
    Steel as
    Mike Catton
    1979
    Killer Fish as
    Robert Lasky
    1979
    Secret of Bigfoot as
    Steve Austin
    1978
    The Norseman as
    Thorvald
    1974
    The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Series) as
    Col. Steve Austin / Store Clerk / Johnny Dine
    - The Moving Mountain (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Date with Danger: Part 2 (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Date with Danger: Part 1 (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Dead Ringer (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Madonna Caper (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Lost Island (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Return of Death Probe: Part 2 (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Return of Death Probe: Part 1 (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Just a Matter of Time (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Walk a Deadly Wing (1978) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Cheshire Project (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Target: Steve Austin (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Dark Side of the Moon: Part 2 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Dark Side of the Moon: Part 1 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Rollback (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Killer Wind (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Bigfoot V (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Deadly Countdown: Part 2 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Deadly Countdown: Part 1 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Sharks: Part 2 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Sharks: Part 1 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Ghostly Teletype (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - To Catch the Eagle (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Privacy of the Mind (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - U-509 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Carnival of Spies (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Infiltrators (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Fires of Hell (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Danny's Inferno (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Death Probe: Part 2 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Death Probe: Part 1 (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Ultimate Imposter (1977) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Task Force (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - A Bionic Christmas Carol (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Thunderbird Connection (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Vulture of the Andes (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Bionic Boy (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Kill Oscar: Part 2 (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - H+2+O = Death (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Most Dangerous Enemy (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Double Trouble (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Nightmare in the Sky (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Return of Bigfoot: Part 1 (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Big Brother (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Bionic Badge (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Love Song for Tanya (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Golden Pharaoh (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Secret of Bigfoot: Part 2 (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Secret of Bigfoot: Part 1 (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Hocus-Pocus (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Winning Smile (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Clark Templeton O'Flaherty (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Divided Loyalty (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The White Lightning War (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Blue Flash (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Bionic Criminal (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - One of Our Running Backs Is Missing (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Target in the Sky (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Deadly Test (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Wolf Boy (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Song and Dance Spy (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Price of Liberty (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Return of the Bionic Woman: Part 2 (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Return of the Bionic Woman (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Steve Austin, Fugitive (1975) - Col. Steve Austin / Store Clerk
    - Outrage in Balinderry (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Bionic Woman: Part 2 (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Bionic Woman (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The E.S.P. Spy (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Look Alike (1975) - Col. Steve Austin / Johnny Dine
    - Taneha (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Return of the Robot Maker (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Last Kamikaze (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Lost Love (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Cross-Country Kidnap (1975) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Peeping Blonde (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Stranger in Broken Fork (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Act of Piracy (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Deadly Replay (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Midas Touch (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Straight on 'til Morning (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Seven Million Dollar Man (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Pal-Mir Escort (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Pilot Error (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Pioneers (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Nuclear Alert (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Run, Steve, Run (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Coward (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Burning Bright (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Last of the Fourth of Julys (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Dr. Wells Is Missing (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Rescue of Athena One (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Eyewitness to Murder (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Doomsday, and Counting (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Little Orphan Airplane (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Day of the Robot (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Operation Firefly (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Survival of the Fittest (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Population: Zero (1974) - Col. Steve Austin
    1977
    Just a Little Inconvenience (TV Movie) as
    Frank Logan
    1976
    The Bionic Woman (TV Series) as
    Col. Steve Austin
    - Kill Oscar: Part 3 (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Kill Oscar (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Return of Bigfoot: Part 2 (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - The Deadly Missiles (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - A Thing of the Past (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    - Welcome Home, Jaime: Part 1 (1976) - Col. Steve Austin
    1976
    Francis Gary Powers: The True Story of the U-2 Spy Incident (TV Movie) as
    Francis Gary Powers
    1974
    ABC Funshine Saturday Sneak Peek (TV Movie) as
    Lee Majors / Steve Austin
    1971
    Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law (TV Series) as
    Jess Brandon
    - A Killer with a Badge (1974) - Jess Brandon
    - The Second Victim (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - The Prowler (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Child of Wednesday (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - The Camerons Are a Special Clan (1973) - Jess Brandon (credit only)
    - N Is for Nightmare (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - The Pool House (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - A Girl Named Tham (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Final Semester (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Some People in a Park (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - They've Got to Blame Somebody (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Why Is a Crooked Letter (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Requiem for Young Lovers (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Seed of Doubt (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Sometimes Tough Is Good (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - An Often and Familiar Ghost (1973) - Jess Brandon
    - Sigh No More, Lady (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - A Piece of God (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Starting Over Again (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - The First Day of Your Life (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Charlie Gave Me Your Number (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Love Child (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Who Saw Him Die? (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Five Will Get You Six (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - The Trouble with Ralph (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Journey Through Limbo (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Hour of Judgment (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Libel Is a Dirty Word (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Lines from an Angry Book (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Words of Summer (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Murder in the Abstract (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - A Question of Degree (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Smiles from Yesterday (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - The Color of Respect (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Shine a Light on Me (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Victim in Shadow (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Run, Carol, Run (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Eight Cents Worth of Protection (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - Warlock at Mach 3 (1972) - Jess Brandon
    - The Triangle (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Voice from a Nightmare (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Until Proven Innocent (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Burden of Proof (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - The Baby Sitter (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Nothing Personal (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Eighteen Years Next April (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Shadow of a Name (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Men Who Care: Part 2 (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Make No Mistake (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - The Forest and the Trees (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Eulogy for a Wide Receiver (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - A Lonely Stretch of Beach (1971) - Jess Brandon
    - Legacy of Fear (1971) - Jess Brandon
    1973
    The Six Million Dollar Man: The Solid Gold Kidnapping (TV Movie) as
    Col. Steve Austin
    1973
    The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War (TV Movie) as
    Col. Steve Austin
    1973
    The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Movie) as
    Steve Austin
    1972
    The Sixth Sense (TV Series) as
    Clayton Ross
    - With This Ring, I Thee Kill! (1972) - Clayton Ross
    1972
    Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series) as
    Joe Briggs
    - The McCreedy Bust: Going, Going, Gone (1972) - Joe Briggs
    1971
    Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series) as
    Jess Brandon
    - Men Who Care (1971) - Jess Brandon
    1970
    The Virginian (TV Series) as
    Roy Tate
    - Jump-Up (1971) - Roy Tate
    - Wolf Track (1971) - Roy Tate
    - The Town Killer (1971) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The Regimental Line (1971) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Tate: Ramrod (1971) - Roy Tate
    - Flight from Memory (1971) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The Angus Killer (1971) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The Legacy of Spencer Flats (1971) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The Animal (1971) - Roy Tate
    - The Politician (1971) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Nan Allen (1971) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Hannah (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Last of the Comancheros (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Follow the Leader (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Experiment at New Life (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The Price of the Hanging (1970) - Roy Tate
    - Lady at the Bar (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Crooked Corner (1970) - Roy Tate
    - Gun Quest (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The Mysterious Mr. Tate (1970) - Roy Tate
    - With Love, Bullets and Valentines (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - Jenny (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The Best Man (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    - The West vs. Colonel MacKenzie (1970) - Roy Tate (credit only)
    1970
    Weekend of Terror (TV Movie) as
    Larry
    1970
    The Liberation of L.B. Jones as
    Steve Mundine
    1970
    Bracken's World (TV Series) as
    Frank Carver
    - Super-Star (1970) - Frank Carver
    1969
    The Ballad of Andy Crocker (TV Movie) as
    Andy Crocker
    1965
    The Big Valley (TV Series) as
    Heath / Heath Barkley
    - Point and Counterpoint (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - Flight from San Miguel (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - Danger Road (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - Town of No Exit (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - The Other Face of Justice (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - The Battle of Mineral Springs (1969) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - A Passage of Saints (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - The Royal Road (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - Alias Nellie Handley (1969) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Lightfoot (1969) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - The 25 Graves of Midas (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - The Secret (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - Joshua Watson (1969) - Heath Barkley
    - Top of the Stairs (1969) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Hunter's Moon (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - The Prize (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - A Stranger Everywhere (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - The Profit and the Lost (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - The Long Ride (1968) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Hell Hath No Fury (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - The Jonah (1968) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Deathtown (1968) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Run of the Cat (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Presumed Dead (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - They Called Her Delilah (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - In Silent Battle (1968) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - The Challenge (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Run of the Savage (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Devil's Masquerade (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Bounty on a Barkley (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Rimfire (1968) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - The Emperor of Rice (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Fall of a Hero (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Shadow of a Giant (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Miranda (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - Days of Wrath (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - The Good Thieves (1968) - Heath Barkley
    - The Buffalo Man (1967) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Journey Into Violence (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Night of the Executioner (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Four Days to Furnace Hill (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Explosion!: Part 2 (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Explosion!: Part 1 (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - A Noose Is Waiting (1967) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - The Disappearance (1967) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Guilty (1967) - Heath Barkley (credit only)
    - Ladykiller (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Night in a Small Town (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Time After Midnight (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - A Flock of Trouble (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Ambush (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Joaquin (1967) - Heath Barkley
    - Cage of Eagles (1967) - Heath (credit only)
    - Days of Grace (1967) - Heath
    - The Lady from Mesa (1967) - Heath (credit only)
    - Showdown in Limbo (1967) - Heath
    - Turn of a Card (1967) - Heath
    - Plunder! (1967) - Heath
    - Court Martial (1967) - Heath
    - Brother Love (1967) - Heath
    - The Price of Victory (1967) - Heath
    - The Haunted Gun (1967) - Heath
    - The Stallion (1967) - Heath
    - Down Shadow Street (1967) - Heath
    - Boy Into Man (1967) - Heath
    - Image of Yesterday (1967) - Heath
    - Wagonload of Dreams (1967) - Heath
    - Day of the Comet (1966) - Heath
    - Hide the Children (1966) - Heath
    - A Day of Terror (1966) - Heath
    - Last Stage to Salt Flats (1966) - Heath
    - The Iron Box (1966) - Heath
    - The Great Safe Robbery (1966) - Heath
    - The Man from Nowhere (1966) - Heath
    - The Velvet Trap (1966) - Heath
    - Target (1966) - Heath
    - The Martyr (1966) - Heath
    - Pursuit (1966) - Heath
    - Caesar's Wife (1966) - Heath
    - Legend of a General: Part II (1966) - Heath
    - Legend of a General: Part 1 (1966) - Heath
    - The Lost Treasure (1966) - Heath
    - Last Train to the Fair (1966) - Heath
    - Tunnel of Gold (1966) - Heath
    - The Midas Man (1966) - Heath
    - The River Monarch (1966) - Heath
    - By Force and Violence (1966) - Heath
    - Into the Widow's Web (1966) - Heath
    - Hazard (1966) - Heath
    - The Fallen Hawk (1966) - Heath
    - The Death Merchant (1966) - Heath
    - Barbary Red (1966) - Heath
    - Under a Dark Star (1966) - Heath
    - Teacher of Outlaws (1966) - Heath
    - A Time to Kill (1966) - Heath
    - By Fires Unseen (1966) - Heath
    - The Invaders (1965) - Heath
    - Judgement in Heaven (1965) - Heath
    - The Brawlers (1965) - Heath
    - The Guilt of Matt Bentell (1965) - Heath
    - Night of the Wolf (1965) - Heath
    - The Way to Kill a Killer (1965) - Heath
    - The Murdered Party (1965) - Heath
    - Earthquake (1965) - Heath
    - My Son, My Son (1965) - Heath
    - Winner Lose All (1965) - Heath
    - Heritage (1965) - Heath
    - The Odyssey of Jubal Tanner (1965) - Heath
    - The Young Marauders (1965) - Heath
    - Boots with My Father's Name (1965) - Heath
    - Forty Rifles (1965) - Heath
    - Palms of Glory (1965) - Heath
    1967
    Will Penny as
    Blue
    1967
    Clambake as
    Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
    1965
    The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (TV Series) as
    Howard White
    - The Monkey's Paw--A Retelling (1965) - Howard White
    1965
    Gunsmoke (TV Series) as
    Dave Lukens
    - Song for Dying (1965) - Dave Lukens
    1964
    Strait-Jacket as
    Frank Harbin (uncredited)
    Music Department
    1981
    The Fall Guy (TV Series) (singer - 112 episodes)
    - The Bigger They Are (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - War on Wheels (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Tag Team (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Lady in Green (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Two on a Skip (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - I Now Pronounce You- Dead (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Last Chance Platoon (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Beach Blanket Bounty (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Lucky Stiff (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - In His Shadow (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Trial by Fire (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Reunion (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Miami's Nice (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - No Rms Ocean Vu (1986) - (singer: theme song)
    - Escape Claus (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Seavers: Dead or Alive (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - October the 32nd (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Life of Riley (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - A Fistful of Lire (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Femme Fatale (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - The King of the Stuntmen (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Dead Ringer (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Reel Trouble (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Skip Family Robinson (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Split Image (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Spring Break (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Rockabye Baby (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - High Orbit (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Tailspin (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Sheriff Seavers (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - I Love Paris (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Her Bodyguard (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - Semi-Catastrophe (1985) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Winner (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Baja 1000 (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - San Francisco Caper (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Dead Bounty (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Sandcastles (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - October the 31st (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Private Eyes (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Terror U. (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Prisoner (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Stranger Than Fiction (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Losers Weepers: Part 2 (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Losers Weepers: Part 1 (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Old Heroes Never Die (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Undersea Odyssey (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Boom (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - King of the Cowboys (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Always Say Always (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Olympic Quest (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Rabbit's Feet (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Bite of the Wasp (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Huntress (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Cool Hand Colt (1984) - (singer: theme song)
    - Wheels (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - To the Finish (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Hollywood Shorties (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Pirates of Nashville (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Inside, Outside (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Dirty Laundry (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - TKO (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Last Drive (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Baker's Dozen (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Pleasure Isle (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Trauma (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Devil's Island (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Just a Small Circle of Friends (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Chase (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Chameleon (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - P.S. I Love You (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - One Hundred Miles a Gallon (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Molly Sue (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Strange Bedfellows (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Spaced Out (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Eight Ball (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Death Boat (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Further Adventures of Ozzie and Harold (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Manhunter (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Happy Trails (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - Win One for the Gipper??? (1983) - (singer: theme song)
    - How Do I Kill Thee- Let Me Count the Ways (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Hell on Wheels (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - A Piece of Cake (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Reluctant Traveling Companion (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Mighty Myron (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Colt Breaks Out (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Colt's Outlaws (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Ives Have It (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Bail and Bond (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Scavenger Hunt (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Silent Partner (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Three for the Road (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Charlie (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Child's Play (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Guess Who's Coming to Town? (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Snow Job (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Ladies on the Ropes (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Ready, Aim- Die! (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Soldiers of Misfortune (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Adventures of Ozzie and Harold (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Goin' for It! (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - License to Kill: Part 2 (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - License to Kill: Part 1 (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - No Way Out (1982) - (singer: theme song)
    - Japanese Connection (1981) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Human Torch (1981) - (singer: theme song)
    - Colt's Angels (1981) - (singer: theme song)
    - That's Right, We're Bad (1981) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Rich Get Richer (1981) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Meek Shall Inherit Rhonda (1981) - (singer: theme song)
    - The Fall Guy (1981) - (singer: theme song)
    Producer
    -
    Mission from Outer Space (executive producer) (completed)
    1989
    CBS Summer Playhouse (TV Series) (executive producer - 1 episode)
    - Road Show (1989) - (executive producer)
    1989
    Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (TV Movie) (co-producer)
    1988
    Reed Down Under (TV Movie) (executive producer)
    -
    The Fall Guy (TV Series) (co-producer - 50 episodes, 1981 - 1986) (co-executive producer - 22 episodes, 1985 - 1986)
    - The Bigger They Are (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - War on Wheels (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - Tag Team (1986) - (co-producer)
    - Lady in Green (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - Two on a Skip (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - I Now Pronounce You- Dead (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - The Last Chance Platoon (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - Beach Blanket Bounty (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - The Lucky Stiff (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - In His Shadow (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - Trial by Fire (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - Reunion (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - Miami's Nice (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - No Rms Ocean Vu (1986) - (co-executive producer)
    - Escape Claus (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - Seavers: Dead or Alive (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - October the 32nd (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - The Life of Riley (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - A Fistful of Lire (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - Femme Fatale (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - The King of the Stuntmen (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - Dead Ringer (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - Rockabye Baby (1985) - (co-executive producer)
    - Undersea Odyssey (1984) - (co-producer)
    - Boom (1984) - (co-producer)
    - King of the Cowboys (1984) - (co-producer)
    - Olympic Quest (1984) - (co-producer)
    - Rabbit's Feet (1984) - (co-producer)
    - Bite of the Wasp (1984) - (co-producer)
    - Wheels (1983) - (co-producer)
    - To the Finish (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Hollywood Shorties (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Pirates of Nashville (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Inside, Outside (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Dirty Laundry (1983) - (co-producer)
    - The Last Drive (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Pleasure Isle (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Trauma (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Devil's Island (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Just a Small Circle of Friends (1983) - (co-producer)
    - The Chase (1983) - (co-producer)
    - The Chameleon (1983) - (co-producer)
    - P.S. I Love You (1983) - (co-producer)
    - One Hundred Miles a Gallon (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Spaced Out (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Win One for the Gipper??? (1983) - (co-producer)
    - Reluctant Traveling Companion (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Mighty Myron (1982) - (co-producer)
    - The Ives Have It (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Bail and Bond (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Scavenger Hunt (1982) - (co-producer)
    - The Silent Partner (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Three for the Road (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Charlie (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Child's Play (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Guess Who's Coming to Town? (1982) - (co-producer)
    - The Snow Job (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Ladies on the Ropes (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Ready, Aim- Die! (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Soldiers of Misfortune (1982) - (co-producer)
    - The Adventures of Ozzie and Harold (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Goin' for It! (1982) - (co-producer)
    - License to Kill: Part 2 (1982) - (co-producer)
    - License to Kill: Part 1 (1982) - (co-producer)
    - No Way Out (1982) - (co-producer)
    - Japanese Connection (1981) - (co-producer)
    - The Human Torch (1981) - (co-producer)
    - Colt's Angels (1981) - (co-producer)
    - That's Right, We're Bad (1981) - (co-producer)
    - The Rich Get Richer (1981) - (co-producer)
    - The Meek Shall Inherit Rhonda (1981) - (co-producer)
    - The Fall Guy (1981) - (co-producer)
    1984
    The Cowboy and the Ballerina (TV Movie) (executive producer)
    1979
    Steel (executive producer)
    1978
    The Norseman (executive producer - uncredited)
    1977
    Just a Little Inconvenience (TV Movie) (executive producer)
    Soundtrack
    1982
    The Fall Guy (TV Series) (performer - 3 episodes)
    - Tag Team (1986) - (performer: "The Unknown Stuntman" (theme))
    - Spring Break (1985) - (performer: "The Unknown Stuntman")
    - Ladies on the Ropes (1982) - (performer: "The Unknown Stuntman" (theme))
    1975
    The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Series) (performer - 4 episodes)
    - The Return of the Bionic Woman: Part 2 (1975) - (performer: "Sweet Jamie")
    - The Return of the Bionic Woman (1975) - (performer: "Sweet Jamie")
    - The Bionic Woman: Part 2 (1975) - (performer: "Sweet Jamie")
    - The Bionic Woman (1975) - (performer: "Got To Get Loose", "Sweet Jamie")
    Director
    1975
    The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Series) (1 episode)
    - One of Our Running Backs Is Missing (1975)
    Thanks
    2012
    Squzz Corn N' Ole Scratch (Short) (thanks)
    2011
    The Day Over to the Belva-Straight Creek Mine (Short) (thanks)
    Self
    2021
    UFC on ESPN (TV Series) as
    Self - Spectator
    - UFC 271 Prelims (2022) - Self - Spectator
    - UFC 262 Prelims (2021) - Self - Spectator
    2020
    Ok! TV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #7.128 (2020) - Self
    2018
    What's Up Orange County (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Jermaine Jackson, Lou Ferrigno, Lee Majors, Tanya Tucker, Louis Gossett Jr., Frankie Valli (2018) - Self
    2016
    IMDb at San Diego Comic-Con (TV Series) as
    Self
    - IMDb at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 (2016) - Self
    2015
    The Greg Gutfeld Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - June 14, 2015 (2015) - Self
    2014
    The AXI: The Avengers of Extreme Illusions (TV Series) as
    Self - Narrator
    - The Gift (2014) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    2013
    The Five (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 27 August 2013 (2013) - Self
    2007
    Fashion News Live (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #11.32 (2013) - Self
    - Episode #5.24 (2007) - Self
    2009
    78th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (TV Special) as
    Self
    2009
    Flashback: Lee Majors Goes to Mars (Video short) as
    Self
    2008
    When I Find the Ocean: Behind the Scenes (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2008
    Bigger Stronger Faster* (Documentary)
    2007
    Remembering 'The Fall Guy': An American Classic (Video short) as
    Self
    2007
    Guys Choice (TV Special) as
    Steve Austin
    2006
    Entertainment Tonight (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 6 June 2006 (2006) - Self
    2006
    The Witnessing of Angels (Video documentary) as
    Host
    2005
    2005 Taurus World Stunt Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    2003
    Biography (TV Series documentary) as
    Self / Steve Austin
    - Sandra Bullock: In the Driver's Seat (2005) - Self / Steve Austin
    - TV Week (2003) - Self
    2005
    The Factor (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 25 February 2005 (2005) - Self - Guest
    2004
    The Best of 'So Graham Norton' (Video) as
    Self
    2004
    Real Miracles (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self - Host
    2004
    Married to the Kellys (TV Series) as
    Self
    - The Plan (2004) - Self
    2004
    Out Cold: Greetings from Bull Mountain (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2003
    TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (TV Special) as
    Self
    2002
    TVography: Lee Majors - Hollywood's Bionic Hero (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2001
    Christmas with the Stars (TV Movie) as
    Self
    2001
    Forbidden Secrets (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Host
    - Episode #1.3 (2001) - Self - Host
    2001
    Crash Landing: Stories of Survival (TV Movie documentary) as
    Narrator
    2001
    Entertainment Tonight Presents: Whatever Happened to Your Favorite TV Action Heroes? (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2000
    Headliners & Legends with Matt Lauer (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Farrah Fawcett (2000) - Self
    2000
    The Magic of Thailand (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1999
    Friday Night's All Wright (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 20 November 1999 (1999) - Self - Guest
    1999
    So Graham Norton (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode #3.1 (1999) - Self - Guest
    1991
    P.S.I. Luv U (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Where There's a Will, There's a Dani (1991) - Self
    1986
    The Annual Variety Club's Big Heart Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1985
    Playboy Mid Summer Night's Dream Party 1985 (TV Movie) as
    Self
    1984
    Your Choice for the Film Awards (TV Series) as
    Self - Co-Host
    - Episode #1.19 (1984) - Self - Co-Host
    1984
    Your Choice for the Film Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Host
    1984
    The 24th Annual International Broadcasting Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1983
    Salute! (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Paul Williams (1983) - Self
    1983
    The Best of Everything (TV Special) as
    Self
    1983
    The Love Boat Fall Preview Special (TV Special) as
    Self
    1981
    Battle of the Network Stars XI (TV Special) as
    Self - Host
    1980
    The 22nd Annual Grammy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1978
    The 35th Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV Special documentary) as
    Self - Presenter
    1977
    Vamos a ver... (TV Series) as
    Self
    1977
    Superstunt (TV Special)
    1977
    The 29th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1977
    The 3rd Annual People's Choice Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1977
    The 34th Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee
    1977
    The Brady Bunch Variety Hour (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.1 (1977) - Self
    1976
    Dinah! (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode #3.44 (1976) - Self - Guest
    - Episode #3.8 (1976) - Self - Guest
    1976
    A Special Olivia Newton-John (TV Special)
    1976
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 28 September 1976 (1976) - Self - Guest
    1975
    Donny and Marie (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.1 (1976) - Self
    - Episode #1.0 (1975) - Self
    1975
    The 17th Annual TV Week Logie Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1971
    It's Your Bet (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Virginia Graham, Lee Majors and Farrah Fawcett (1971) - Self
    1969
    The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) (TV Series) as
    Self - Panelist
    - Episode #4.69 (1969) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode #4.68 (1969) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode #4.67 (1969) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode #4.66 (1969) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode #4.65 (1969) - Self - Panelist
    1966
    The Dating Game (TV Series) as
    Self / Self - Guest star contestant
    - Lee Majors (1967) - Self
    - Lee Majors, Paul Petersen, Bobby Rydell (1966) - Self - Guest star contestant
    Archive Footage
    2021
    Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition (Video Game) as
    Mitch Baker (segment "GTA VC")
    2019
    This Is Farrah Fawcett (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2017
    Spielberg (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self (uncredited)
    2014
    Stossel (TV Series) as
    Self
    - The Good NEW Days (2014) - Self
    2014
    The Factor (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 19 February 2014 (2014) - Self
    - The Factor Goes Hollywood 2 (2014) - Self
    2011
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #20.7 (2011) - Self
    2011
    Pioneers of Television (TV Series documentary) as
    Heath Barkley from Big Valley
    - Westerns (2011) - Heath Barkley from Big Valley
    2009
    30 for 30 (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Actor, The Fall Guy
    - Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL? (2009) - Self - Actor, The Fall Guy
    2009
    Entertainment Tonight (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 15 May 2009 (2009) - Self
    2004
    TV's Greatest Cars (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self - Colt Seavers
    2000
    Biography (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel (2000) - Self
    1997
    Playboy: Farrah Fawcett, All of Me (Video documentary) as
    Self
    1991
    Memories of 1970-1991 (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - 1977 - Self

    References

    Lee Majors Wikipedia