Lee Reherman, American actor, Died at 49

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Lee Reherman was born on July 4, 1966, and died on February 29, 2016.

He was an American actor.

He was known for his appearance in television and film and hosting television reality shows.

Lee made his first professional acting appearance as an unnamed football player in the television show Columbo, in 1992.

In the year after that, had a small named part in the film Last Action Hero, but began creating a name when he joined the American Gladiators television show as “Hawk”.

Lee Reherman stayed with the show until its cancelation in 1996, also appearing from 1995 to 1996 in the spin-off International Gladiators 1.

However, Lee continued with small spots in television programs and television hosting roles, including a recurring position with the American Veterans Awards on the History Channel.

Lee Reherman became the regular host of Hot Rod TV and Forza Motorsport Showdown on the television network Speed, in 2007.

Lee had hosted Forza Motorsport Showdown for one season, his work with Hot Rod TV was a long term gig for him.

Then, he also hosted the series Battle of the Supercars (2010) (Speed), Off-Road Overhaul from 2011–2012 (Outdoor Channel), and Game Changers (2013) (Stage 5 TV).

Also to one-offs and occasional appearances, Reherman had recurring acting roles on several different television series, including Look: The Series (2010) and The First Family (2012–2013).

Lee was also featured regularly on reality show The Great Escape (2012) as a guard.

He worked in video games, providing voices for characters in Dead Rising 3 and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter.

Lee Reherman passed away at 49 yrs old.

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