Marshall Teague (actor)

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Marshall Teague
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Teague in 2006
Born (1953-04-16) April 16, 1953 (age 65)[1]
Newport, Tennessee, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1979–2005
2011–present

Marshall R. Teague (born April 16, 1953) is an American film and television actor known for his role in the 1989 cult movie Road House and for his recurring role on the 1990s science fiction series Babylon 5 as Ta'Lon, a Narn soldier. Teague has also appeared in The Rock (1996) and Armageddon (1998), both of which were directed by Michael Bay.

Teague's other TV appearances included Walker, Texas Ranger where he has made some guest appearances as different characters. He (as a different character) was Walker's first nemesis & last in the final showdown. He made a guest appearance on Babylon 5 as a human in the Season One episode "Infection" and made a guest appearance on the Babylon 5 spinoff Crusade as Captain Daniels in the episode "The Long Road". He has had some regular roles on television in the soap opera Days of Our Lives as Leonard Stacy in 1984. He starred on the 1980s HBO series 1st & Ten as Mac Petty in 1984.

Teague has made guest appearances on many TV shows, some of those appearances range from Columbo: Uneasy Lies the Crown, Stargate SG-1, The Fall Guy, Automan, Knight Rider, She Spies, The A-Team, Sliders, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in the season 4 episode "Hippocratic Oath" and on Star Trek: Voyager in the season 3 episode "Distant Origin".

In the video game industry, he is known as the voice of Krunk in the video game Crash Nitro Kart and as the model for Captain Elias Walker in Call of Duty: Ghosts.

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Teague has been married to his wife, Lindy, since 1997. Having attended two military academies in his youth, Teague joined the Navy at age 17. During his time in service, Teague won the NATO Heavy Weight Kick Boxing Championship. Teague has served on the Board of Directors of the Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation with his wife Lindy. Teague has been a longtime supporter of firearms rights and the NRA, and has been going to the Big Country Celebrity Ultimate Hunt since 1994.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marshall R. Teague Biography (1953-) filmreference.com
  2. ^ "Ep.40 - Road House (Part 1)". Jaret Goes to the Movies. 
  3. ^ "Ep.40 - Road House (Part 2)". Jaret Goes to the Movies. 

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