Lee Majors is a TV films and series actor from the United States of America, who has an estimated net worth of $15 million. He has been appearing on the TV since the 1960s, and his 2017-2018 appearances including a film called Eat, Play, Love, a film called Spring Break ’83, film Soul Carriers, and a drama film called Victory by Submission.
Biography & Wiki
Harvey Lee Yeary was born on April 23, 1939 in Wyandotte, Michigan, United States. His father, Carl Yeary died before his birth in a car accident, and his mother Alice Yeary also died when he was 1 years old in another car accident. 1 year later, he was adopted and moved to Kentucky.
Lee Majors studied at the Middlesboro High School. Then, he went to the Indiana University with a scholarship, and later transferred to the Eastern Kentucky University graduating in 1962 with a History and Physical Education degree. Lee Majors played football in both high school and university, but he got injured and decided to go into an acting career.
Lee Majors has been into 4 marriages and 3 divorces. His first marriage was in 1961 to Kathy Robinson and they got divorced in 1964. Lee and Kathy are the parents of 1 son, his name is Lee Majors Jr. and he’s an actor. His second marriage was in 1973 to the actress and model Farrah Fawcett, their divorce was finalized in 1982. Lee Majors’s third marriage was to Karen Velez from 1988-1994, and they gave birth to twin sons and 1 daughter, Trey Kulley Majors and Dane Luke Majors, and their daughter is Nikki Majors.
Since 2002, Lee Majors has been married to model and actress Faith Majors.
Lee Majors had several major and minor appearances from 1960s-1980. He appeared in Strait-Jacket film, Gunsmoke series, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour series, Clambake film, Will Penny film, The Big Valley series, The Ballad of Andy Crocker film, Bracken’s World series, The Liberation of L.B. Jones film, The Virginian series, Marcus Welby, M.D. series, Alias Smith and Jones series, The Sixth Sense series, The Six Million Dollar Man film, The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War film, The Six Million Dollar Man: The Solid Gold Kidnapping film, Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law series, Francis Gary Powers: The True Story of the U-2 Spy Incident film, The Bionic Woman series, Just a Little Inconvenience film, The Six Million Dollar Man series, The Norseman film, Steel film, and a 1979 horror film called Killer Fish.
Lee Majors 1980-2000 appearances were in a film called Agency, High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane film, The Last Chase film, Circle of Two film, Starflight: The Plane That Couldn’t Land film, Trauma Center series, The Love Boat series, The Cowboy and the Ballerina film, The Fall Guy series which he’s also a co-executive producer of, A Smoky Mountain Christmas film, The Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman film, Dolly series, Reed Down Under film, Scrooged film, Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman film, CBS Summer Playhouse series, Keaton’s Cop film, Tour of Duty series, Fire: Trapped on the 37th Floor film, Raven series, The Cover Girl Murders films, Bionic Ever After? Film, Daytona Beach film, Lost Treasure of Dos Santos film, Raven: Return of the Black Dragons film, Trojan War film, The Protector film, Musketeers Forever film, Chapter Zero film, and New Jersey Turnpikes.
Since 2000, Lee Majors has been appearing with major roles in several TV films and series. He appeared in the action thriller film Primary Suspect, Too Much Sun series, Hotel! Film, Hard Knox film, Out Cold film, Big Fat Liar film, Fate film, The Trail to Hope Rose film, Arizona Summer film, Hell to Pay film, Lightspeed film, Waitin’ to Live film, The Brothers Solomon film, Ben 10: Race Against Time film, Me & Lee? Film, The Adventures of Umbweki film, The Game series, Johnny film, Corruption.Gov film, Jerusalem Countdown film, Crash & Burn film, Matt’s Chance film, The Legend of DarkHorse County film, Do You Believe? Film, Toxin: 700 Days Left on Earth film, Almosting It film, Wild Bill Hickok: Swift Justice film, an action series called Ash vs Evil Dead, a drama film called Jean, and several minor series appearances.
Lee Majors 2017-2018 appearances including a romantic comedy film called Eat, Play, Love, a comedy film called Spring Break ’83, action film Soul Carriers, and a drama film called Victory by Submission.
Awards & Achievements
Lee Majors has been receiving only a few award winnings and nominations. His award winnings include a TV Land Superest Super Hero Award (The Six Million Dollar Man), Moxie! Award for Best Actor (Here), Golden Boot Award (1983), and a Star on the Walk of Fame in 1984.
In 2017, Lee Majors earned the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Life Career Award.
Net Worth of Lee Majors
In 2017-2018, Lee Majors has an estimated net worth of more than $15 million. He made his fortune from the great acting performance he’s been doing in TV films and series. Lee Majors’s major role in the science fiction and action series, The Six Million Dollar Man, gained a lot of commercial success.
Lee Majors is one of the great actors who started appearing in TV films and series in 1960s. One of his most popular appearances was in The Six Million Dollar Man series. Lee Majors was married and divorced several times, he is currently married to Faith Majors and they are happily living together.