• Faith Majors (nee Cross) is an American actress and humanitarian, married to the famous Lee Majors.
• She grew up in Florida and studied at local high school; she is an avid surfer and traveler.
• She has appeared in three movies, and made a guest appearance in a 2013 episode of the talk-show “The Five”.
• Her husband Lee Majors is an American actor with over 120 acting credits to his name; he is best known for playing the lead character Colonel Steve Austin in the action crime series “The Six Million Dollar Man”.
• As of January 2022, Faith’s net worth has been estimated at over $100,000, while her husband Lee’s net worth is reputedly over $15 million.

Who is Faith Majors?

Faith Noelle Cross was born in Florida, USA on 6 September 1974 – her zodiac sign is Virgo, and she holds American nationality. She’s an actress and a humanitarian, with just three acting credits to her name, while she’s probably known best for being the fourth wife of the famous American actor Lee Majors, who is 35 years her senior.

Early life and education

Faith was raised in Florida by her parents, about whom nothing’s known as they prefer to be left out of media; because she hasn’t spoken of having any siblings, most people believe Faith to be an only child.

She grew up being interested in modelling, and most of her elementary school peers had the same idea; Faith and her friends often bought girly magazines to admire the models featured in these.

She studied at a local high school, and was highly sporting during her four years there, as she played soccer and volleyball for the school’s teams, and also practiced gymnastics.

Faith matriculated in 1992, then didn’t enroll at college, but began working as a model.

Faith’s career

Not a lot is known about Faith’s career, as she prefers to keep it away from the media’s attention, but it’s known that she has appeared in three movies.

In 2006, she portrayed Ms. Jones in the comedy “TV: The Movie”, written and directed by Sam Macaroni, and which starred Steve-O, Preston Lacy and Jason ‘Wee Man’ Acuna; the movie mocks commercials and television programming of that time.

The following year saw Faith appear in the comedy “Me & Lee?”, directed by Paul Dinello, and which starred Jamie Kennedy, her husband Lee and Jason Antoon. It follows a man with chronic back pain, who has just been ‘fixed’ with bionic back surgery at a secret laboratory.

Faith played Lucinda Lawrence in the 2010 thriller “Corrpution.Gov”, directed by Q. Manning and John Sjogren, and which starred her husband Lee, Michael Madsen and Adam Maurer. The film follows the African exchange student Stan Rohamba, who has just arrived in the USA, and begun working for an American senator.

Faith also made a guest appearance in a 2013 episode of the talk-show “The Five”.

Love life and marriage with Lee Majors

Faith met Lee in the second half of the ‘90s, when they were introduced by a mutual friend at a dinner party; Lee was apparently nervous when he saw her, and sent someone to ask for her name, and to be introduced.

They married on 1 November 2002, in a private ceremony attended by only their closest friends and family members; Faith and Lee don’t have children together. It’s interesting to note that Faith is the step-mother of Lee Majors II, who is 12 years older than her.

She hasn’t spoken of any other men whom she had perhaps been with prior to meeting Lee, while it’s widely known that Lee had previously been married three times. He married his first wife Kathy Robinson in 1961, who gave birth to their son Lee Majors II on 8 April 1962, but the two divorced in 1964.

He married his second wife, the late American actress and model Farrah Leni Fawcett, on 28 July 1973 – they separated in 1979, and divorced on 16 February 1982; Farrah died on 25 June 2009. Lee was married to his third wife Karen Velez from 1988 to 1994, and they have a daughter and twin sons together; Karen is a former model, who’s probably known best for having been a Playboy Playmate.

As of January 2022, Faith’s married to Lee Majors; they don’t have children together.

Hobbies and other interests

Faith is a huge lover of nature, and most of her Instagram pictures feature her spending time at various natural locations; she’s followed by close to 10,000 people on the network, and has uploaded more than 250 pictures.

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She’s passionate about travelling, and has been all around the US for both work and pleasure, while she’s also been to many European and Asian countries, with her dream travel destination being Bali in Indonesia.

Summer is her favorite season, mostly because she’s an avid surfer; Faith also enjoys sun tanning at the beach, swimming in the ocean, and drinking cocktails.

She has her own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Jim Carrey, Will Smith and Kate Winslet, while a couple of her favorite movies include “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective – When Nature Calls”, “Liar Liar” and “The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”.

Age, height and net worth

Faith’s age is 47. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, her height is 5ft 4ins (1.65m) and she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).

As of January 2022, her net worth has been estimated at over $100,000, while her husband Lee’s net worth is reputedly over $15 million.

Who is her husband Lee Majors?

Harvey Lee Yeary, known better as Lee Majors, was born in Wyandotte, Michigan USA on 24 April 1939 – his zodiac sign is Taurus, and he holds American nationality. He has appeared in more than 120 movies and TV series, but is perhaps still known best for his portrayal of the lead character Colonel Steve Austin, in the action crime series “The Six Million Dollar Man”. It also starred Richard Anderson and Martin E. Brooks, and follows a pilot whose ‘plane has crashed, and who has now received bionic nuclear-powered limbs; the series aired from 1974 to 1978, and won one of the seven awards for which it was nominated, including two Primetime Emmy nominations.

When Lee’s mother Alice was three months pregnant with him, his father Carl died in a work accident, and Lee was only a year and a half old when his mother died in a car accident. At the age of two, he and his brother Bill were adopted by their uncle and aunt Harvey and Mildred, and they thus moved to Middlesboro in Kentucky. Lee studied at Middlesboro High School, at which he was mostly interested in playing football and running track; he matriculated in 1957, and enrolled at Indiana University on a sports scholarship. He transferred to Eastern Kentucky University two years later, and hoped that he would be able to become a professional Football Player, however, Lee suffered an injury, was paralyzed for two weeks, and had to give up on this dream.

He thus turned to acting, appearing in plays performed at the Pioneer Playhouse; Lee graduated in 1962 with a Bachelor’s degree in history and physical education.

He was then invited to try out for the football team the St. Louis Cardinals, but Lee instead moved to Los Angeles, California and began working on his acting career. He was 25 when he appeared in the 1964 psychological thriller movie “Strait-Jacket”, and gained recognition when cast to star in the western series “The Big Valley”, which aired from 1965 to 1969. He played the main character Jess Brandon in the 1971 legal drama “Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law”, and then spent the remainder of the ‘70s focused on shooting for the series “The Six Million Dollar Man”.

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Between 1981 and 1986, he starred in, produced and directed the action adventure series “The Fall Guy”, while the ‘80s also saw him appear in various movies, including the 1980 western “High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane”, the 1981 science fiction “The Last Chase”, and the 1983 disaster drama “Starflight: The Plane That Couldn’t Land”.

What marked the ‘90s for Lee were his roles in the 1990 crime movie “Keaton’s Cop”, the 1992 drama series “Raven”, and the 1997 romantic comedy movie “Trojan War”. He had supporting roles in the 2002 comedy movie “Big Fat Liar” and the 2007 surrealist comedy movie “The Brothers Solomon”, and between 2006 and 2009, Lee portrayed Coach Ross in the drama series “The Game”.

The 2010s saw him make a guest appearance in an episode of various hit series, including “Community” and “Human Target”, and most recently, in 2021, Lee played Dallas Chapman in the action crime movie “Narco Sub”.

He has won six of the 12 awards for which he has been nominated.

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