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  • William Smith
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  • William Smith (born March 24, 1934) appeared in two episodes of the NBC-TV series The A-Team, first as Jase Tataro in the Season 1 episode "Pros and Cons", then as Soviet intelligence operative Dimitri Shastavich in the Season 4 episode "The A-Team Is Coming, the A-Team Is Coming". A former child actor, William's lenghty career, which has consisted of largely character roles such a villians and outlaws, has spanned eight decades.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none William Smith Real Name William Smith Employers [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]] Characteristics Gender First publication Unknown
  • In 1999, Smith appeared as a party guest in the comic adaptation Inspector Gadget along with Star Trek performers Andy Dick, Mike Hagerty, Rene Auberjonois, Richard Penn, Brad Blaisdell, Brian George, and Johnny Martin.
  • William B. Smith (March 13, 1811 – November 13, 1893), a son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack, was an actual person from Church history.
  • William "Extra Billy" Smith (September 6, 1797 – May 18, 1887) was a lawyer, congressman, the 30th Governor of Virginia as well as the second head of that state's secessionist government, and a Major General in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. On his appointment in January 1863, at the age of 65, Smith was the oldest Confederate general to hold field command in the war. As governor, he supported the idea of recruiting black troops into the CS Army.
  • William Smith is an Captain serving in the Palatina Federations military. He belongs to the famous Fernspäher, the Federations best trained soldiers.
  • William Smith (born March 24, 1933) is an American actor who has appeared in almost 300 feature films and television productions. Smith began his acting career at the age of 8 in 1942. The physically imposing 6'2" actor is a lifelong bodybuilder and has the distinction of being the final Marlboro Man before the cigarette ads were discontinued on TV.
  • William Smith is the husband of Tiana Smith and the father of Alexandria Smith, he is a 2 job working man who always comes home in 10:32 PM. His relationship with Riley Parker is that he always treats him like he is his son, he has seen Riley's brother once during their father's funeral. He would sometimes bring gifts and food to Riley, ever since he came on the very first episode of Family Guy, Tiana would sometimes lecture her husband for being so late all the time. Relatives
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Birth Date
  • 1933-03-24
Actors
  • Fisher Neal
Last
  • "The Gladiators"
Series
  • The A-Team
Affiliation
  • Palatina Federation, 1st Fernspäher-company
Spouse
  • Elizabeth Bell
Name
  • William Smith
Caption
  • William Smith guest starred in two episodes of the NBC-TV series "The A-Team", in Seasons 1 and 4.
First
  • "The Gladiators"
Birth Place
  • Columbia, Missouri, U.S.
Height
  • 10500.0
Title
  • Governor of Virginia
  • Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia's 7th congressional district
  • Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia's 13th congressional district
Cause of Death
  • Natural causes
Siblings
Weapons
  • * MA37 * M392 DMR * M6 Magnum
Rank
  • Captain
Before
  • James McDowell
  • John Letcher
  • Linn Banks
  • Thomas H. Bayly
Died
  • 1893-11-13
  • Osterdock, Iowa
Years
  • 1841
  • 1846
  • 1853
  • 1864
After
  • (Francis H. Pierpont restored as Union Governor)
  • C.S. offices abolished
  • Charles H. Upton
  • George W. Hopkins
  • Incumbent at novel's end, 1868
  • John B. Floyd
yearsactive
  • 1956
Character
Children
  • Eleven
Homeworld
  • New-Palatina
Occupation
  • Actor
  • Politician, lawyer, soldier
Episodes
  • "Pros and Cons"
  • "The A-Team Is Coming, the A-Team Is Coming"
Gender
Born
  • 1811-03-13
  • 1934-03-24
  • Royalton, Vermont
  • William B. Smith
Death
  • 1887
Parents
Birth
  • 1797
  • 2515
Nationality
  • United States
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  • William Smith (born March 24, 1934) appeared in two episodes of the NBC-TV series The A-Team, first as Jase Tataro in the Season 1 episode "Pros and Cons", then as Soviet intelligence operative Dimitri Shastavich in the Season 4 episode "The A-Team Is Coming, the A-Team Is Coming". A former child actor, William's lenghty career, which has consisted of largely character roles such a villians and outlaws, has spanned eight decades.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none William Smith Real Name William Smith Employers [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]], [[|]][[Category: Staff]] Characteristics Gender First publication Unknown
  • William Smith is the husband of Tiana Smith and the father of Alexandria Smith, he is a 2 job working man who always comes home in 10:32 PM. His relationship with Riley Parker is that he always treats him like he is his son, he has seen Riley's brother once during their father's funeral. He would sometimes bring gifts and food to Riley, ever since he came on the very first episode of Family Guy, Tiana would sometimes lecture her husband for being so late all the time. Relatives * Tiana Smith (wife) * Alexandria Smith (daughter) * Rosetta Mamabooboo Smith (mother) * Robert Cajin Smith (former father) * Riley Parker (future Son-in-law) * Coraline Smith (daughter)
  • In 1999, Smith appeared as a party guest in the comic adaptation Inspector Gadget along with Star Trek performers Andy Dick, Mike Hagerty, Rene Auberjonois, Richard Penn, Brad Blaisdell, Brian George, and Johnny Martin.
  • William Smith (born March 24, 1933) is an American actor who has appeared in almost 300 feature films and television productions. Smith began his acting career at the age of 8 in 1942. The physically imposing 6'2" actor is a lifelong bodybuilder and has the distinction of being the final Marlboro Man before the cigarette ads were discontinued on TV. Smith won the 200 pound (91 kg) arm-wrestling championship of the world multiple times and also won the United States Air Force weightlifting championship. Smith is a record holder for reverse-curling his own bodyweight. His trademark arms measured 18 and 1/2 inches. Smith held a 31-1 record as an amateur boxer and studied martial arts with kenpo instructor Ed Parker for several years. Smith also played semi-pro football in Germany and competed in motocross and downhill skiing events. He entered films stunt doubling for former screen Tarzan Lex Barker in a French film. Smith earned a Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse and a Master's degree in Russian Studies from UCLA. He taught Russian at UCLA before abandoning his Ph.D. studies for an MGM contract. He also studied at the Sorbonne in Paris and the University of Munich while learning languages through the military. Smith is fluent in Russian, Serbo-Croatian, French and German. During the Korean War he was a Russian Intercept Interrogator and flew secret ferret missions over Russia. He had both CIA and NSA clearance and intended to enter a classified position with the U.S. government, but his marriage to a French actress meant the loss of security clearance[citation needed]. One of his earliest leading roles was as Joe Riley, a Texas Ranger on the NBC western series Laredo (1965–1967). Smith character was good-natured; co-star Peter Brown's character was a ladies' man, and Neville Brand portrayed a relentless bumbler. In 1967, Smith guest starred on Wayne Maunder's short-lived ABC military-western Custer. Smith played Jude Bohner in a 1972 two-hour episode of CBS's Gunsmoke as the "greatest bad-guy character actor of our time". Smith was added to the cast on the final season of Jack Lord's long-running crime drama Hawaii Five-O. He also starred in one episode of Kung Fu, and as the Treybor, a ruthless warlord, in the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century episode "Buck's Duel to the Death". Smith has also made guest appearances in numerous TV shows including the 1974 pilot for The Rockford Files, "Backlash of the Hunter", I Dream of Jeannie, and two appearances - as different characters - in episodes ofThe A-Team (the first season's "Pros and Cons", and season four's "The A-Team Is Coming, The A-Team Is Coming"). In the 1976 television mini-series Rich Man, Poor Man, Smith portrayed Anthony Falconetti, nemesis to the Jordache family. On film, Smith played Clint Eastwood's bare-knuckle nemesis Jack Wilson in Any Which Way You Can, as a drag racing legend in 1979's "Fast Company", as the barbarian's father in Conan the Barbarian, bad guy Matt Diggs in The Frisco Kid, as a Russian commander in Red Dawn and a vindictive sergeant in Twilight's Last Gleaming. For fans of John D. MacDonald's Travis McGee novels, Smith did a turn as chief heavy Terry Bartell in Darker Than Amber, opposite Rod Taylor and Theodore Bikel, in 1970. He also played Jed Clayton in Boss Nigger (1975) a blaxploitation film from the 70s which also starred Fred Williamson, and was seen in in Francis Ford Coppola's classic 1983 films The Outsiders and Rumble Fish as a store clerk and a police officer, respectively. But, his starring roles typically had titles such as Grave of the Vampire, Invasion of the Bee Girls, and The Swinging Barmaids. Smith also played in several biker flicks including C.C. and Co., where he starred as the menacing "Moon", opposite football great Joe Namath and Ann Margret. He also starred in Nam's Angels, which is briefly seen on a television in a scene in Quentin Tarantino's film Pulp Fiction. Smith played Count Dracula in 'The Erotic Rites of Countess Dracula'.
  • William B. Smith (March 13, 1811 – November 13, 1893), a son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack, was an actual person from Church history.
  • William "Extra Billy" Smith (September 6, 1797 – May 18, 1887) was a lawyer, congressman, the 30th Governor of Virginia as well as the second head of that state's secessionist government, and a Major General in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. On his appointment in January 1863, at the age of 65, Smith was the oldest Confederate general to hold field command in the war. As governor, he supported the idea of recruiting black troops into the CS Army.
  • William Smith is an Captain serving in the Palatina Federations military. He belongs to the famous Fernspäher, the Federations best trained soldiers.
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