Schultz' breakthrough role was the mentally unstable Captain "Howling Mad" Murdock on The A-Team. At the series outset, the producers felt that his character would be too over-the-top for viewers and planned to drop him after his debut, but early test screenings showed that he was popular with the audience. As a result, he was effectively "written back in" to the series.In the early 1990s, he had a recurring role as Lieutenant Reginald Barclay in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Schultz reprised the role for Star Trek: Voyager and the film Star Trek: First Contact.
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Fallout 2 is a post-apocalyptic computer role-playing game that was developed and published by Black Isle Studios in 1998 as a sequel to Interplay's Fallout. The game takes place in the year 2241 on the West Coast of what used to be the United States, mostly in California and Nevada.
Dwight Schultz is an American stage, television and film actor who voiced Hakunin in Fallout 2, as well as Gammorin/Latham in Fallout Tactics.
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