Lance LeGault, who played more villains than Alan Rickman.
Not specified, but he was 77. Let's say he was trying to ramp a motorcycle over something. Why not?
If you watched TV in the '80s, and one of the TV shows you watched had like a bad guy who was in the military -- congratulations! You know who Lance LeGault is.
LeGault played bad guy Colonel Decker in The A-Team. He played bad guy Colonel "Buck" Greene in Magnum, P.I. He played three DIFFERENT bad guys in Airwolf. He was even bad guy Colonel Glass in Stripes. He worked with John Candy, Tom Selleck, and Mr. T. Does it get any better? It does -- LeGault actually started out as Elvis' stunt double and is famously known for having a voice "four octaves lower than God's."
"Let's skip the bullshit, Captain."
He also appeared in the original Battlestar Galactica, The Incredible Hulk, Wonder Woman, Buck Rogers, T.J. Hooker, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and, of course, MacGyver.
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