The Colorado Lottery Commercials:
Karsh & Hagan's television campaign used Majors reprising his role as The Six Million Dollar Man
(1974). Spoofing aspects of the character while visiting lottery winners, he would complain about his own sound effects, arm wrestle, etc., in a series of advertisements.
1 Biographical Movie |
2 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
4 Interviews |
20 Articles |
8 Pictorials |
36 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 11" (1.8 m)
| Yeary, Carl
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[on learning from Barbara Stanwyck
] She was okay with me, took me under her wing, and taught me discipline. She was always supportive of me. The lessons I learned from Stanwyck were be on time and know your words. She made me a disciplined actor all my life. The discipline made me ten minutes early for everything.
Changed his name to Lee Majors after Joan Crawford
and others in Hollywood had difficulty pronouncing his real name of Yeary.