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Lance LeGault (Maga)



Lance LeGault 


Actor Name:  Lance LeGault

Character Name:  Maga

Episode Appearances:  Guest Star on the episodes "The Man with Nine Lives" and "Baltar's Escape".

Character Bio: 

Actor Bio:  Lance Leault was born on May 2, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois and has a French-Cajun background. He started out as stand-in for several male stars. Foremost among them was Elvis Presley in several of his films. He also worked as a stunt-double and occassionally ended up with speaking roles like The Young Runaway in 1968. He has also been steadily employed as a nightclub and lounge singer.

During the 1980's he guest starred on an extensive amount of television series.like Battlestar Galactica, The Dukes of Hazzard, Buck Rogers, Knight Rider, Dynasty, Magnum P.I. and Airwolf. He's best known for his part as Colonel Decker on The A-Team that also starred Battlestar Galactica's Dirk Benedict (Starbuck). He also was a regular on  Werewolf as Alamo Joe. 

His dark, low pitched voice is now often asked for voicework, video games and animation. 

IMDB Link:  Lance LeGault

Official Website:  None Listed.

Trivia:  Lance LeGault also guest starred as "Bootes" in the episode "The Lost Warrior".

He likes flying his Cessna Sky hawk Airplane and he raises Arabian horses. 

His last name is pronounced "LUH-GOH"... not "Gault" as in "Fault".

What he's doing now:  He does a lot of voicework nowadays and recently did the voice of "Cletus McNabb" on the animation film The Legend of Sasquatch.

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