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Lee Majors Quotes

Acting is a tough business, and the percentage of people who make it is very low - it's about 1 percent.

And about in the late '80s, I got kind of burned out a little bit.

But I was still hoping to be able to coach and teach.

Doing a series, every week you work with a new star.

Even when I was young, playing college football, and I injured my knee, I bounced right back.

For 40 years, I put my body through a tremendous amount of work.

I did a few more plays, and then I went to L.A., because I knew I could get a coaching job there.

I figured my body always would be able to repair itself. I think all of us believe that - until you begin to age and get hit with deteriorating joints.

I got kind of burned out, so I moved to Florida. I was down there for 10 or 12 years, raising children.

I had no idea how big the show was at the time we were doing it because I was always working.

I have done a series in the '60s, '70s and '80s.

I have twin boys, 12, and a daughter, 17.

I just turned 66, and I'm starting to work again.

I learn the whole script before I show up.

I started out wanting to coach football.

I think I've got one more series in me, and I don't care what it is.

I thought I'd gone to heaven, because I grew up watching Roy and Gene Autry.

I worked for the recreation and parks department for a year.

I'm from Middlesboro, Ky., a little town on the Tennessee and Virginia border.

I've had disappointments and heartbreaks and setbacks and roles I didn't get, but something always came along that either made me better or was an even better role.