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Colonel Lynch

Colonel Lynch:

Colonel Lynch appeared in the very first A-Team episode - "Mexican Slayride". He was the first military man that pursued the A-Team. Even early in the first episode we can see Lynch was given the run-around and humiliated by the team.

"Was in charge of Fort Bragg when TAT first escaped in '72 and has been searching for them ever since (at least until the episode "The Only Church in Town" - the last time he is mentioned being in pursuit of the Team, although his last on-screen appearance until later on would be the 1st season finale "A Nice Place to Visit.")" It's also been noted that he appeared in the third season episode - "Showdown".

From the F.A.Q.

William Lucking Information:
Date of birth: 17th June 1941 in Vicksburg, Michigan, USA
Height: 6ft 5inches (1.96m)
Trivia from IMDB:

Artistic manager and director of the Santa Paula Theatre Center in Ventura County, California, for over five years in the 80s.

Graduated from U.C.L.A. and the Pasadena Playhouse with degrees in literature and theatre.

Stocky, roughhewn red-haired actor exploited in biker and hippie films of the late 60s and 70s. Remains an offbeat character.

In 1986, he and actor Dana Elcar co-founded the Santa Paula Theater Center. As co-instructor of the company's free acting workshop he was admired for his minimalist, "it ain't brain surgery" approach; a perfect counterpoint to Elcar's methodical style. He served alongside Elcar as artistic director for five seasons and produced such plays as "The Zoo Story", "The Hothouse", "Major Barbara", "Camino Real" and "All the King's Men".

First wife of thirty years, Mimi, died of breast cancer. Following her death he focused on writing as well as acting and has penned several short stories, screenplays, and a novel entitled Casual Labor.

Personal Quote:

Don't even think of acting as a profession unless not doing it would cause you to sicken and waste away. After you have made this preposterous decision, there are a few rules to guide you either up or down in your career.



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