Dirk Benedict and Dwight Schultz in A-Team
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The Only Surviving Stars Of The A-Team Series
“The A-Team,” an action-packed adventure series that aired nearly forty years ago, remains ingrained in public memory, even though it concluded only after five seasons on air.
Many actors from the original series are still alive, although cast members like George Peppard (John “Hannibal” Smith) and Lance Legault (Col. Roderick Decker) have passed away.
Mr. T, famous for portraying Bosco Albert “B.A.” Baracus in the television series, continued his WWE career until he was eventually inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014.
He also starred in many films in the ‘90s and ‘00s, including “Freaked,” “Spy Hard,” “Inspector Gadget,” “Not Another Teen Movie,” “Judgment,” and “Cloudy With a Chance Meatballs.”
Dwight Schultz
Known as H.M. ‘Howling Mad’ Murdock, Dwight Schultz later pursued acting and voice acting, notably playing Robert J. Oppenheimer in “Fat Man and Little Boy.”
In stepping back from film, Schultz rose to prominence in conservative talk-radio, hosting his podcast (“Howling Mad Radio”) and guest starring other talk shows in the 2000s.
Dirk Benedict
Acted by Dirk Benedict, Templeton 'Faceman' Peck, continued his career in both film and television with titles like "Blue Tornado" (1991) and "Shadow Force" (1992).
Throughout the 2010s and 2020s, Benedict has maintained a relatively low profile. He notably starred in a British stage production but is mainly known for controversial comments.
Melinda Culea
Last among them is Melinda Culea, who played Amy Amanda ‘Triple A’ Allen and has since starred in “Knots Landing,” “Beverly Hills, 90210,” and “Murder, She Wrote.”
In recent years, she's shifted away from film and TV. In 2016, she published a mystery novel titled “Wondago” and now seems to have settled down into a quiet life like the others.