Marc Alaimo Filmography
The Last Starfighter (1984) - Starring as a Hitchhiker
| Alex Rogan (Lance Guest) beats the Starfighter Video Game, but has been turned down for a student loan at college. Centauri, who introduces himself as a person from the company that made the Game, takes Alex on the ride of his life in a flying car/spaceship. Because of the video game, he's asked to protect the galaxy from an invasion. Alex asks to go back home, but there he finds an alien bounty hunter is stalking him. When Alex returns to the Starfighter base though, he finds all of the pilots dead, and he must fight the invaders alone. |
|Street Hawk (1985) (TV) - Starring as Phillip Truman in "Female of the Species"|
| Jessie Mach is a test pilot for the Street Hawk, an advanced motorcycle that carried tremendous firepower and capable of speeds of over 300 MPH while in a city with little risk of collisions. With Tuttle the computer technician at the command center, and seeing everything through the camera in the helmet, the city has the additional protection of the mysterious superhero known as Streethawk. |
In this episode, the son of the rich and powerful Cavanaugh family arrives in town escorted by a federal agent. Jesse is approached by a beautiful reporter who wants to write an article on Cavanaugh.
|Avenging Force (1986) - Starring as Lavall|
| Matt Hunter (Michael Dudikoff) was one of the most promising operatives in Army intelligence until his parents were killed by terrorists, and he retired to the family's farm in Louisiana. Larry, a Senate hopeful, is the target of The Pentangle, a racist organization led by a man named Glastenbury. The Pentangle kills one of Larry's sons, so Matt gets Larry, and the rest of his family to his farm to hide, but the farmhouse is set on fire by Pentangle members. Matt and his 12 year old sister Sara are the only survivors. Sara, get kidnapped and Matt goes on a mission to rescue her.|
|The A-Team (1987) (TV) - Starring as Angelo in "Without Reservations"|
| After Viet Nam, Col. John "Hannibal" Smith and his team were framed for robbing a Bank, and sent to military prison. They escaped and became heroes for hire, working as good-guy vigilantes. Hannibal (George Peppard), the leader, was an expert at disguises. Face (Dirk Benedict), the con artist, BA (Mr. T), was the mechanic and intimidation, and Murdock (Dwight Schultz), was an expert pilot. |
In this episode, Murdock invites the guys to the restaurant he waits tables at, but only Face and Frankie go.They notice a trio carrying gun and try to disarm them, but Faceman gets shot. The crooks take everyone hostage and wait for their target, attorney general Liebster.
|The Dead Pool (1988) - Starring as Embarcadero Bodyguard #2|
The fifth and final Dirty Harry movie, where Harry (Clint Eastwood) is added to the "Dead Pool". It's a list of a group of famous people that a movie crew makes bets on as to who will die first. When a serial killer starts offing the celebrities on the list in various bizarre fashions, Harry realizes that eventually he'll be next.
Tango & Cash (1989) - Starring as Lopez
Ray Tango (Sylvester Stallone) and Gabe Cash (Kurt Russell) are two L.A. based cops who have seized millions of dollars of drugs that belong to a man named Perret (Jack Palance). Yves Perret frames them, so Tango and Cash's lawyers advise them to take a plea bargain for a minimum sentence. Unfortunately, Perret arranges for them to be sent to a hell hole and he also plans to have them killed. One of the prison's officials, who is an old friend of Cash, tells them that they have to escape, which they do. They then go out and try to find the man who framed them.
|Total Recall (1990) - Starring as Martian security officer Everett.|
| Douglas Quaid (Arnold Schwarzenegger) dreams of Mars many times. He wants to go with his wife Lori (Sharon Stone) for a vacation, but decides to go to the Rekall Company to implant virtual vacation memories of Mars with the identity of a secret agent instead. While returning home, the life of Douglas turns upside down, and he travels to the red planet trying to find out who he is. The only problem is that Mars is ruled by the tyrant Cohaagen (Ronny Cox), who sells oxygen to the population, and is facing a resistance movement lead by the mutant Kuato. Cohaagen also has dastardly plans for Douglas Quaid and his partner in crime, Howser.|
|Quantum Leap (1990) (TV) - Starring as Police Captain Paul Bond in "Black on White on Fire"|
| In this sci-fi show Dr. Sam Beckett (Scott bakula) tries to travel in time using a Quantum Leap accelerator. He gets trapped in the past, in other peoples bodies and leaps from life to life to change history for the better. His guide Al is from his own time and is a hologram only Sam can see or hear.|
|Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994) - Starring as a Trucker|
Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) is persuaded out of retirement to go undercover in a state prison. There he is to find out what top terrorist, Rocco (Fred Ward), has planned for when he escapes. Frank's wife, Jane (Priscilla Presley), is desperate for a baby, and it adds to Frank's problems. A host of celebrities at the Academy awards ceremony are humiliated by Frank as he blunders his way around, trying to foil Rocco's plans.
|Walker, Texas Ranger (1995-1998) (TV) - Starring as Paul Kelton in Trackdown (1998) and as Lamar in Final Justice (1995)|
| Walker (Chuck Norris) is a Texas ranger who believes in dealing with the bad guys by using martial arts. Trivette is his partner, who uses the modern approach to crime solving, such as computers and cellular phones. C.D Parker owns a Western bar and gives Walker advice on some cases. Alex Cahill is the assistant district attorney.|
In Final Justice, Walker goes after the white supremacist who killed his parents.