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William Lance LeGault was born on May 2, 1935, in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
LeGault was an American actor and voice actor. He was popular for his recurring role as Colonel Robert Decker in the television series, 'The A-Team'.
Lance LeGault was born to Ernest LeGault and Mary Jean. LeGault started his career as a stunt man for Elvis Presley.
Apart from acting and doing stunts, Lance LeGault also did voiceovers for feature films. Owing to his gruff, low-octave voice, he landed a role as a villain in the pilot episode of 'Knight Rider'. This started his side-career as a voice artist.
During the '80s, he did many advertisements for ABC. LeGault lent his voice to Major Manson in the video game, 'Battlezone II: Combat Commander'. He was also the voice of Junior the Buffalo in 'Home on the Range', a Disney movie. In the Marvel Productions' series 'Bigfoot And The Muscle Machines', he was the voice of Yank Justice. He was also the voice of the new 'Angry Whopper' burger from 2009 to 2010.
Keep reading to learn more about the personal and professional life of Lance LeGault!
Lance LeGault was an American actor and voice actor. His acting career began as a stunt double for Elvis Presley. His net worth was estimated at $1 million.
Lance LeGault was best known for his role as U.S Army Colonel Robert Decker in the television series, 'The A-Team'. It is not known how much he earned each year.
Lance LeGault was 6 ft (182 cm) tall.
Lance LeGault was born on May 2, 1935, in Chicago, Illinois, to Ernest LeGault and Mary Jean. Lance LeGault was 77 years old at the time of his death on September 10, 2012, due to heart failure. He was survived by his wife, Teresa LeGault, and their four children.
Lance LeGault was born on May 2, 1935, to Ernest LeGault and Mary Jean, in Chicago, Illinois. His father was a French-Canadian from Ontario, Canada, while his mother was a resident of Illinois and of Austro-Hungarian descent. His childhood was spent in poverty. Between the time of his father's death in 1941 and his mother's subsequent remarriage in 1943, Lance LeGault lived in an orphanage. He began working at the young age of 11 at a railroad, but was fired from the job at the age of 13, when the authorities came to know that he was underage.
In 1955, Lance LeGault completed his schooling at Chillicothe Township High School. He studied at the Municipal University of Wichita, majoring in Business Administration for two years with a full football scholarship. He dropped out of university, as he wanted to pursue a career in music.
Lance LeGault married Teresa LeGault in 1984 and remained married until his death in 2012. The couple had four children, named Mary, Teresa, Marcus, and William Lance Junior.
Lance LeGault started his career as a stunt double artist for Elvis Presley's movies, 'Viva Las Vegas', 'Kissin' Cousins', and 'Girls! Girls! Girls!'. In 'Kissin' Cousins', Lance LeGault played the role of a hillbilly dancer. He was additionally seen in Presley's 1968 NBC television special, 'Elvis' (also called 'Elvis' Sixty-Eight Comeback Special'), in which he played the tambourine. He played a carnival barker in 'Roustabout', another Presley movie. He played Iago in Jack Good's 'Catch My Soul: Rock Othello', a UK stage performance in 1969, and returned to the role for the Metromedia film adaptation in 1974.
Lance LeGault was a television actor who was best known for playing military characters, particularly officers. He appeared in both television shows and movies. His most well-known television performance was as Colonel Roderick Decker. This character was a United States Army colonel, who tried to apprehend the escaping Vietnam veterans in the '80s television series, 'The A-Team'. From 1983 to 1986, he portrayed Colonel Decker. He also played Colonel Buck Greene, a colonel in the United States Marine Corps, in an episode of 'Magnum, P.I.', another popular television show from the '80s.
LeGault appeared on television in several shows, including the 1987 season of 'Werewolf', which was a short-lived series. He appeared in the 1980 television film, 'The Gambler', alongside Kenny Rogers. In a few episodes of season two of 'Dynasty', he played the gangster, Ray Bonning. In addition, he portrayed three separate roles in 'Airwolf'. He also appeared in the pilot episode of 'Knight Rider'.
Lance LeGault made guest appearances on numerous television series, including 'The Rockford Files' (episodes 'A Deadly Maze' and 'Claire'), 'Barbary Coast', 'Gunsmoke', 'Logan's Run', 'Police Woman', The Dukes Of Hazzard (episode 'The Runaway'), 'Battlestar Galactica', 'The Incredible Hulk' (episode 'The Antowuk Horror'), 'Simson & Simson', 'Wonder Woman', and 'Renegade'. LeGault played the character of a police officer in the episode 'Underground' of 'Land of the Giants'. The 2013 movie, 'Prince Avalanche', which is dedicated to LeGault, featured him in his final acting performance.
LeGault also worked as a voiceover artist. He started doing voice-overs in video games such as 'Battlezone II: Combat Commander'. Then, he gave his voice to the Disney movie, 'Home On The Range', as the character, Junior The Buffalo. He also gave his voice to the new Angry Whopper Burger by Burger King from 2009 to 2010.
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