Stars From Married… With Children You Didn’t Know Died

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  Stars From Married… With Children You Didn’t Know Died

His birth certificate might have read “Charles Aaron Smith” but fans of the gridiron athlete were more likely to call him “Bubba,” who played brawny law enforcer Moses Hightower in the “Police Academy” film franchise. Smith also scored two hilarious appearances in “Married… With Children,” first as a vengeful security guard still angry over his high school team losing to Al Bundy’s squad back in the day. “You never made it past that goal line,” he chillingly told Bundy. “I dropped you like third-period French.” Receiving greater hype was Smith’s second appearance, this time with NFL great Kenny Stabler as they hosted a faux football spectacular called The Dud Bowl.

Before generating guffaws in Hollywood, Smith instilled fear into his opposition as a lineman with NFL franchises Baltimore Colts (with whom he won a Super Bowl in 1971), Oakland Raiders, and Houston Oilers for nearly a decade. His all-star status helped land parts on TV dramas like “Charlie’s Angels,” “Eight Is Enough,” and “Wonder Woman,” until tackling more comedic roles like “Police Academy” and a number of Miller Lite beer commercialsNormas particulares de endesa canarias

During later years, Smith revived his Hightower portrayal in a short-lived TV version of “Police Academy” in 1997, followed by low-budget films like “Full Clip” and “Blood River.” Although his death at age 66 was due to drug intoxication, additional research in 2016 revealed he also suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy, caused by concussions he received during his NFL days, per ESPN.

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