Biologically he is, but doesn't put any effort in to seeing his grandsons or his own son. It is really disapointing the them they only get to see their grandpa ocassionally on TV. But that is really MR. Majors issue and loss.
Well that sounds like a harsh statement.
Given that he had such a good relationship with his son, had him appearing in his Bionic and Fall Guy shows and in adverts and that he concentrated on being in Florida for his kids growing up it doesn't sound like he is a disinterested father. Plus Lee Majors Jr spoke incredibly fondly of his father in 2002 on his A@E Bio. It was easy to see they have a good relationship.
Perhaps he doesn't talk about them because he appreciates how privacy is important for his family but I did hear that one of his reasons for moving back to Los Angeles was because he wanted to see more of his eldest son.
What do you base your comments on? It's easy to say something and not back it up, plus it's incredibly unfair to the man himself.
Perhaps NALF bases her comments regarding Mr. Majors on fact. Perhaps she is not in a position to share why her feelings are justified. Perhaps only those closest to Mr. Majors truely know his character.
You say: "Perhaps NALF bases her comments regarding Mr. Majors on fact. Perhaps she is not in a position to share why her feelings are justified. Perhaps only those closest to Mr. Majors truely know his character."
To be honest if you are not in a position to say why then perhaps the accusation shouldn't be levelled on a public forum where it only serves to give the impression that you are looking to damage Mr Majors' reputation and not allow people the chance to refute or challenge what you have to say.
If you are a family member of friend of a family member then this really is not the place to discuss the matter, however the facts may be perceived by either side.
Mr Majors personal life, and that of his family are exactly that, personal, but as fans we, of course, express an interest. That's not to say we should get to learn everything or in fact do.
Whatever the circumstance, families whether they be famous or otherwise, have the right to sort out their differences and build bridges within the privacy of their own lives.
All the best
'Majors, at 69, and a real-life grandpa, plays the role like it's second nature to him. Like the loveable Grandpa Max, the still robust Majors dotes on his grandchildren, aged six and nine. The fishing trips and other places he takes them to spell fun, fun, fun. He spoils them, Majors admits. But that's what grandparents are for, he explains, a naughty smile on his face.'