Instead, he moved to Los Angeles and found work at the Los Angeles Park and Recreation Department as the Recreation Director for North Hollywood Park.
Majors played new ranch hand Roy Tate.
Following his injury, he turned his attention to acting and performed in plays at the in.
That same year, he was offered the chance to star in 1969 , but The Big Valley was renewed for another season and he was forced to decline the role which later went to.
At this time, he picked up the stage name Lee Majors as a tribute to childhood hero who was a player and future coach for the.
Majors graduated from Eastern Kentucky in 1962 with a degree in and.
He also appeared in several films during the 1970s.
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