William Lucking for his role as an old-school motorcyclist and the SAMCRO members Penny Winston and Colonel Francis Lynch in “Sons of Anarchy” in the first season of the 1980s TV show “A-Team” Famously, he has passed away 80.
“Although William often plays the strong and the strong, but in his real life, he is an elegant person, extremely intelligent, likes to argue about politics and current affairs, discuss philosophy and physics, and express insightful views on art and poetry,” he Said his wife. Sigrid Insull Lucking stated in the obituary. The role actor’s career spans more than 50 years, usually playing tough, bold roles and powerful characters.
Lucking died at his home in Las Vegas on October 18, 2021, but the news was first announced last night through an obituary written by his wife and distributed by Lucking’s friend and actor Stephen Macht.
Lucking is known for his brutal roles and has appeared in movies and TV series, such as “The Magnificent Seven Riders!”, “The Crazy World of Julius Frud”, “Oklahoma’s Crude Oil”, ” The Return of a Man Called Horse”, “Shannon”, “Desperados”, “Wild River”, “Eileen Brokovich”, “Red Dragon”, “Drunk” and “Prohibited” .
William Lucking was born on June 17, 1941 in Vicksburg, Michigan, and his family moved to California in the 1950s. Lucking graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a degree in literature, and then studied drama at the famous Pasadena Theater. He made his debut on the screen in an episode of the TV series “Ironside” and began to take guest roles in popular TV shows such as “Mission Impossible”, “Virginia”, “Partridge Family” and “Bonanza”.
The role actor also prospered throughout his life, playing roles in shows such as “Kojak”, “Gunsmoke”, “M*A*S*H*”, “CHiPs” and “The Waltons”. As a well-trained theater performer, Lucking co-founded the Santa Paula Theater Center in 1986 with fellow actor and Michigan native Dana Elcar.