In 1975, Benedict was diagnosed with prostate cancer and adopted a macrobiotic diet to better his health. He ended up scoring third place in the competition. Peppard was himself a veteran -- of war films. LeGault then appeared in in the late '80s and '90s, most notably in Dallas, Battlestar Galactica, MacGyver, and Crusade. Of course, it's probably safe to say that most people with the film.
General Hunt Stockwell had a knack for antagonism, a no-nonsense demeanor, and an ability to wear a pair of aviator-framed BluBlockers like nobody's business. He went the theater route that same year in an adaptation of , then for movies like Shadow Force and Alaska. In his later years, LeGault returned to his '60s and '70s roots as he made the transition back to film. Culea's last appearance was in the 2001 film Dying on the Edge. Peppard also appeared as another colonel—Col.
In the movie remake, the crew were united by their shared status as Iraq war veterans. He's also flexed his writing muscles a few times, particularly with the 1990 film Last Stand at Lang Mei. He played a part in 1997's Mortal Kombat: Annihilation and voiced a character in the animated Disney film Home on the Range. Benedict has another son from a previous relationship. So it makes total sense that he would show up as yet another colonel in Magnum, P.
His nickname came from his time spent in a mental hospital. As the A-Team's resident con man and pretty boy, he charmed his way into getting supplies the crew needed and emerged from dangerous endeavors unscathed, cleanly styled, cigar in hand. Sadly, he passed away just two years later, at the age of 65, after. In fact, the actor shone pretty brightly among the other A-Team stars. . Though fans only got to feast their eyes on cool-guy army officer Captain Crane for a handful of episodes, the actor behind the role has continued working in the film and television industry for far longer than his two-year stint on The A-Team.
After a year-long battle with leukemia, just a few weeks before he would've turned 84, and with credits like The Magnificent Seven and Bullitt, we have no doubt Vaughn's acting legacy will live on for a long time. T was diagnosed with , but that hasn't stopped him from acting. The gang got back together in summer 2010 for the movie version of the classic show and it became one of the summer's biggest blockbusters. During and after production of The A-Team, Mr. And after his work as the show's gun-wielding colonel was done, LeGault wasn't quite ready to stop showing off his stone face and gravelly voice. His signature move: grabbing an adversary and hurling him in the air. The guy even showed up for a in Joe Carnahan's A-Team film.
Howling was the A-Team's craft pilot. Dwight Schultz catapulted into mainstream fame in his role as Captain H. In the decade since, not much has been seen of Benedict, though he did in The A-Team film in 2010. T himself has mentioned he his signature stacked gold chains, he's kept the B. True, special effects expert Frankie Santana was blackmailed into joining the A-Team, but that doesn't mean actor Eddie Velez was feeling down in the dumps about his role in the show. His later guest appearances include Pacific Blue, Charmed, and Numb3rs.
Benedict divorced his wife, actress Toni Hudson, in 1995. In the 2010 A-Team remake film, Liam Neeson steps into the late actor's shoes to take on the role of Hannibal. Elsewhere, The X-Files, and Murder, She Wrote, and even appeared alongside fellow A-Team star Dwight Schultz in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Just before his death, however, Peppard finished filming the pilot episode for a would-have-been Matlock spin-off series, The P. She showed off her acting chops in classic programs like St. Baracus mohawk and thick beard—a lasting reminder of his time on one of the world's best teams.
As it turns out, he directed four episodes of Netflix's House of Cards. But Shultz made a cameo appearance as a German doctor in the film. Liam Neeson took over Peppard's role as Hannibal. Veteran actor Robert Vaughn slipped into the role with ease, bringing the formidable bad guy to life in the show's final season. Hot on their trail is Charissa Sosa Jessica Biel , who was once involved with a member of Smith's team and has sworn to capture them, no matter what it takes.
Synopsis: A man who loves when a plan comes together, Hannibal Smith Liam Neeson leads a close-knit team of elite operatives. Vaughn's biggest role following The A-Team, however, was as Albert Stroller in the British drama series Hustle, which ran from. Click through to see where the former stars of the A-Team are now and who took over. He even appeared on stage as in the 1988 play Papa. Let's get reacquainted with these '80s acting icons and see what they're up to now. While Franklin has done some great single-episode work on shows like The Pacific, Homeland, and Bloodline, he did settle into one streaming show quite comfortably. However, most people would probably recognize the actor from his role in the raucous Wayans Brothers flick, White Chicks.
Though it seems she's given up acting altogether, Culea has found success in the literary world. He also had a knack for mechanics, and could engineer pretty much anything with a pair of pliers and a hunk of metal. From the late '90s onward, Schultz found his groove in voice-over work for television and. T has specialized in playing himself, a fact due almost entirely to his big personality and marketable presence. But whatever happened to the cast that made the show shine so brightly? T's priceless advice to kids, like how to make tripping look like breakdancing. Schultz also dabbled in film post- A-Team, in 1989's Fat Man and Little Boy and 1996's Star Trek: First Contact. She released her first novel, an illustrated mystery entitled , in 2016 with Griffith Moon Publishing.