William Lance LeGault
Дискография Lance Legault:
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|2||The Fox And The Hound 4||audio||iTunes||1981||Disneyland|
|3||Lance LeGault 4||audio||iTunes||Bell Records|
|5||Lance LeGault 14||audio||iTunes||1969|
Born May 2, 1935, sometimes credited as W. L. LeGault, was an American film and television actor. Often over looked as a singer, he released a couple LP's of which he wrote all the songs. Lance had "a voice that was four octaves lower than God's." This trait helped him obtain roles (often) as a villain or other "tough guy". It also resulted in a side career doing voice-over work. LeGault's trademark voice was at one point featured on self-guided tour cassettes at Elvis Presley's Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. He starred in television series and in television movies and was known mainly for portraying military personnel, especially officers. Best known as Colonel Roderick Decker in the 1980s American television series The A-Team. He passed away September 10, 2012.