Lee Majors’ Children Today: Careers, Lives, and Legacy Explored

Majors' four children, Nikki Loren, Lee II, Trey Kulley, and Dane Luke are leading a great life.

By RahulPublished on: March 26, 2024 Updated on: April 20, 2024
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Today we explore the lives of Lee Majors’ children. Each of them has carved out their own path while still connected to the legacy of their famous father.

Lee Majors, a renowned actor best known for his roles in iconic television series such as The Six Million Dollar Man and The Fall Guy, has led a life as colorful and dramatic as his on-screen personas. Off the screen, Majors’ personal life, particularly his relationships and family, has captured public interest. Over the years, his marital journey unfolded alongside his evolving career with each of them contributing to different chapters of his life.

Majors’ first marriage was to Kathy Robinson, whom he married on June 17th, 1961. This union brought upon his first child, a son, Lee Majors II. However, this chapter came to a close when they divorced in 1964, leaving their son to grow up amid the changing landscapes of his father’s life.

The actor’s second and most publicized marriage was to Farrah Fawcett on July 28th, 1973. Fawcett, an actress and pop culture icon, shared a highly publicized relationship with Majors. Though their marriage did not produce children and ended in divorce in 1982, it remained a significant part of Majors’ life.

Lee and Farah in an old picture
Lee with his late ex-wife, Farrah. Source: US Magazine

He found love again with his third wife, Playboy model Karen Velez. They wed on November 15th, 1988. This marriage brought three kids into the actor’s life: a daughter, Nikki Loren Majors, and twin sons, Trey Kulley and Dane Luke, adding new dimensions to his role as a father.

The couple’s time together ended in divorce in 1994, but the family ties continued to play a significant role in Majors’ life. Karen passed away at the age of 62 in June 2023 making her two of Lee’s wives to die, another one being Farrah Fawcett, who died in 2009, ironically at 62 as well.

Now, Lee is married to Faith Majors (nee Cross), whom he wed in 2002. Their enduring relationship has brought stability and a sense of lasting companionship to his life, contrasting with his earlier relationships.

Many of Lee’s fans have been asking if he and his co-star Lindsay Wagner share any kids, well, the answer is no. In fact, they never even dated.

Lee Majors II Is a Retired Actor

Born on April 8, 1962, as the only child between Lee and his first wife, Kathy, he has worked both on-camera and off the camera, primarily as an actor and lighting technician. He is well recognized for his roles in television movies such as Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989), The Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1987), and Ice Cream Man (1995).

Lee II (left) with his half-brother, Trey.
Lee II (left) with his half-brother, Trey.

Beyond his acting career, Lee II, 62, has made significant contributions to the film industry as a skilled lighting technician and electrician. He worked as a lighting technician on projects such as How to Make Love Like an Englishman (2014) and Playing It Cool (2013-2014), as well as an electric lighting technician on the blockbuster Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2013), The Lincoln Lawyer (2009), It’s Complicated (2006-2007), and Live Free or Die Hard (2006-2007).

Lee II’s son Cody Majors is making a name for himself in the world of motorsports, specifically within the USAC Sprint Car circuit. Unlike the acting paths pursued by his father and grandfather, he has taken a different route, choosing the adrenaline-filled world of racing.

Currently, Cody is actively competing in 360 Sprint Cars across the West Coast, and aims to compete in 410 Sprint Cars and Midget car racing, stepping up to more powerful machines.

Nikki Loren Majors Once Appeared in Playboy

The first child between Lee and his third wife, Karen, Nikki, aged 36, has her own unique connection to the entertainment world. Beyond her memorable feature in the Playboy Cyber Club’s ‘Playmate Daughters’ in March 2008, she also delved into acting during her childhood. Nikki appeared in an episode of the series P.S. I Luv U in 1991 and had a role in the movie Keaton’s Cop in 1990, a project that also starred her father.

A phot of Nikki with her husband Adam and son, Shane in the beach.
Nikki with her husband and son, Shane.

Nikki has since moved in a different direction. She is married to Adam McFarland, a realtor based in Los Angeles, and together they have formed a family, welcoming four children. While she has stepped away from the entertainment industry, her early experiences and family legacy continue to be a notable part of her story.

There’s been a lot of misinformation about Nikki floating around. Like, she established the Starkey Hearing Foundation in 2011, and she is married to Daniel Christopher Allison and has a son named Ryder Lee Majors Allison. But neither of these information is accurate.

Trey Kulley Majors Works as a Surfboard Designer

One of two sons between Lee and Karen, Trey, 31, initially worked in the fashion industry as a model represented by the Brand Model and Talent Agency. However, it was a short career, as in 2020, Trey embraced surfing, a hobby that quickly evolved into a significant aspect of his life and influenced his career.

Trey has a cupe of water in one hand
Trey loves all things surfboards.

His newfound passion for surfing led him to the surfboard industry. Trey’s first job in the industry was at Ding King Surfboard Repair, where he focused on maintenance and developed a comprehensive understanding of surfboard construction and repair techniques.

Later, he joined Rusty Surfboards, a surf shop in Del-Mar, CA, where he utilized his artistic flair to design unique surfboards. He especially loves creating custom surfboards for clients. Notably, Trey once gifted such a surfboard to his twin brother, Dane.

Dane Luke Majors is an Old School DJ

Instead of diving deep into acting, like his dad, Dane, who is the other half of Lee’s twin boys, has developed a passion for music, especially as a Vinyl DJ in New York. He works at a place called InSheep’s Clothing Hifi, a record shop, where he shares his love for jazz and reggae music, spinning records that take listeners back in time.

Dane DJ'ing at an event.
Dane performing at an event.

He’s not just stationed in one place; instead, he travels around New York, bringing his unique sound to various clubs. At these venues, Dane, 31, performs alongside fellow DJs, creating a collaborative atmosphere. Dane’s love for music is so profound that he guest writes all about it under his moniker ‘DM’.

Even though he did some acting—like in the movie Alone (2020) and horror shorts such as To the Moon (2021) and Severed Road (2020)—his film career ended rather shortly in 2020. And later, he found his groove in music.

Check Out one of his Performances!

Previously, Dane, a graduate of Palisades Charter High School, spent some summers working at Camp Highlander in North Carolina.

About Author: Rahul

Rahul has been diving into the world of entertainment in niches like celebrity, anime, and health articles since 2016. As a passionate writer, he combines personal experiences with thorough research to create content that's not only informative but also relatable and engaging.