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CBCNews.ca: This is really just surreal talking to you. So there had to be some appearance of disagreement.
Her character was first introduced in “The Six Million Dollar Man” during a two-part episode in 1975 during which Lee Majors, who played the bionic man and love interest to Wagner’s character, urged his boss to save her life after the accident by making her bionic.
Along with his marriage to actress and poster girl Farrah Fawcett Majors (Farrah Fawcett, after their divorce), Majors became a television icon, inspiring millions of young fans to imitate his slow-motion bionic fights, all accompanied by the iconic "duh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh" sound effects. CBCNews.ca: I had all the memorabilia, I had the action figure… He was such a gentle man." CBCNews.ca: What about the smartass fans... CBCNews.ca: There were rumours you didn’t get along.
Majors, 72, who is still living in California and working in the film and TV industry, will be appearing in Toronto at Fan Expo this weekend, which gave reporter and bionic fanboy Mark Gollom the opportunity (or excuse) to interview his childhood idol. CBCNews.ca: You were a hero to most guys that are in their 40s right now and I was wondering what it's like when you meet somebody in their 40s and they approach you. Majors: I'm glad you said "action figure," because a lot of them come up and say, "I had your doll," and I say, "No, no, no, it's an action figure." CBCNews.ca: I didn't play with dolls. Majors: They started paying her as much as I was making and I had put in my year and a half [on my show].
except for the Bionic Man,” she said“We worked very hard at that and working at the pace of a TV series is really rough especially because we were a mid-season replacement.
Everything was at break-neck speed and trying to doing something differently,” she said.