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Born: May 21, 1952 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Served as a military policeman in the U.S. Army
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Briefly played for the Green Bay Packers; left due to a knee injury
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Worked as a bouncer and bodyguard to Steve McQueen, Muhammad Ali and Diana Ross
1980:
Appeared on NBC's "America's Toughest Bouncer" competition, a segment of NBC's "Games People Play"; spotted by Sylvester Stallone
1981:
Made his feature debut in the boxing film, "Penitentiary 2"
1982:
Had a memorable role as a boxer facing Rocky Balboa in the movie, "Rocky III"
1983:
First starring role in a feature, the Joel Schumacher-directed, "D.C. Cab"
1983:
Played ex-soldier B.A. Baracus on the hit NBC action-drama, "The A-Team"
1983:
Voiced himself in the Saturday morning cartoon, "Mr. T" (NBC)
1984:
Released a rap album titled, <i>Mr. T's Commandments</i> and a related educational video
1984:
Released a second album titled, <i>Mr. T's Be Somebody Or Be Somebody's Fool</i>, which featured music from the motivational video of the same name
1987:
Starred in the syndicated series "T. and T."
1994:
Reappeared as a special referee for a Hogan-Ric Flair match
1999:
Appeared in the feature film "Inspector Gadget" starring Matthew Broderick
2001:
Played a wise janitor in the comedy spoof, "Not Another Teen Movie"
2006:
Hosted the reality series on TV Land, "I Pity the Fool"
2009:
Voiced Chief Earl Devereaux in the animated film, "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs"

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