Laurence Tureaud Jr. Biography, Wiki, Age, Nationality, Family Life, Profession and Net Worth

Laurence Tureaud Jr is an American celebrity son of Mr. T, who in turn is an actor, television personality, and retired bouncer, bodyguard and professional wrestler. He is known for his roles as B. A. Baracus in the 1980s television series The A-Team and as boxer Clubber Lang in the 1982 film Rocky III.

Profile Summary

Name Laurence Tureaud Jr
Date of Birth 1986
Nationality American
Gender Male
Parent Phyllis Clark was Mr. T
Siblings Lesa Tureaud and Erika Tureaud
Net Worth $1 million – Father, Mr. T

Laurence Tureaud Jr. Family Life

The famous Mr. T was Laurence Tureaud Jr. father. He born Lawrence Tureaud, the youngest son in a family of twelve children, in Chicago, Illinois. Tureaud grew up in a three-room apartment in the Robert Taylor Homes with his four sisters and seven brothers. Nathaniel Tureaud, his father, was a minister. When his father abandoned him when he was five years old, he changed his name to Lawrence Tero. He legally changed his last name to T in 1970. His new name, Mr. T., was inspired by his childhood experiences with white people, lack of respect for his family. Laurence stands at an average height. His siblings are Lesa Tureaud and Erika Tureaud and his grandfather is Nathaniel Tureaud.

Who Are Laurence Tureaud Jr. Parent?

Phyllis Clark was Mr. T’s previous wife. In 1971, the two married. Laurence and Clark have three children: two daughters, Lisa and Erika, and a son, Laurence Jr. Erika, one of his daughters, is a stand-up comedian. She resigned from her ten-year teaching position.

Laurence Tureaud Jr.
Laurence Tureaud Jr.

Laurence Tureaud Jr Father

Lawrence Tureaud is an actor, television personality, former bouncer, bodyguard, and professional wrestler from the United States. He is best known for his roles as B. A. Baracus in The A-Team in the 1980s and as boxer Clubber Lang in Rocky III in 1982.

He was also known for his distinctive hairstyle, which was inspired by Mandinka warriors in West Africa, his opulent gold jewellery, his tough-guy personality, and his catchphrase pity, the fool statement which he first said as Clubber Lang in Rocky III and has since become a trademark used in slogans and titles, such as the reality show I Pity the Fool in 2006.

Laurence Tureaud Jr Net Worth

Tureaud Jr.’s net worth status has not yet been disclosed to the public. However, his father has an estimated net worth of $1 million from his extensive career as an actor among other things.


Tureaud is alive and in good health. There have been no reports of him being sick or having any health-related issues.

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