Jack Ging

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Jack Lee Ging (born November 30, 1931, in Alva in Woods County in northwestern Oklahoma) is an American actor best known for his role as General Harlan 'Bull' Fullbright in the NBC television series The A-Team. Before turning to acting, Ging served in the United States Marine Corps and during the 1950s played college football at the University of Oklahoma at Norman. From 1984 to 1985, Ging played the arrogant Lieutenant Ted Quinlan on the adventure/detective series Riptide from 1984 to 1985, in which he was eventually killed off to free him up to appear in The A-Team (Ironically, in his final Riptide episode, he was killed by Carl Franklin, the sidekick of Colonel Decker - Fulbright's predecessor in The A-Team). His character was one of only two to have died on-screen during the series. Ging was brought in to try and ease things on set when the series stars George Peppard and Mr. T quarreled; Ging having worked with Peppard previously. In 1981, Ging played Tracy Winslow in the episode "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys" on the ABC show The Greatest American Hero.
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