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The Devastating Death Of Jack Ging

Jack Ging’s character on “The A-Team” was so influential during the ’80s, thanks in part to the show’s action/adventure themes and Fulbright’s death, which is notable as the first in the series late during its fourth season. In a 2013 interview, when asked about his character’s famous death scene in “The A-Team,” (via CJDone), the actor humorously replied, “You know how hammy actors are. Every actor wants to die, some of them, it takes them fifteen minutes to die [laughs]. I probably milked mine [death scene] a little bit there.” Ging’s sense of humor about the scene was comically reflective, considering its notability.

Despite a film and television resume stretching into four decades, the actor was also an avid sportsman in his life, which reached its pinnacle at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, in the early 1950s. As a college football defensive halfback, the Los Angeles Times described his sporting prowess as “a ferocious hitter, Ging became a starter at halfback and defensive back as a sophomore, despite being barely 5 feet 10 and 150 pounds.” But it was acting that brought him success in his life, which led to his pulling back from the industry roughly 30 years before his death. The actor’s cause of death was natural causes, according to his wife, Apache Ging (per The Hollywood Reporter), and he is also survived by five children and many generations of grandchildren.



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