Mr. T (2)

Laurence Tureaud

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Discography of Mr. T (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Mr. T's Commandments 4 Audio 1984 Columbia
2 Mr. T's Commandments 7 Audio 1984 Columbia
3 Mr. T's Commandment 2 Audio 1984 Columbia
4 Mr. T's Commandment 2 Audio 1984 CBS
5 Mr. T's Commandment 2 Audio 1984 CBS
6 Be Somebody 8 Audio 1984 MCA Records
7 Don't Talk To Strangers 2 Audio 1984 Columbia
8 Mr. T's Commandments 4 Audio 1984 Columbia
9 Mr. T's Commandment 2 Audio 1984 Columbia
10 Don't Talk To Strangers 2 Audio 1984 Columbia
11 Mr. T's Be Somebody Or Be Somebody Fool 2 Audio 1984 MCA Records
12 Treat Your Mother Right / Try 2 Audio 1984 MCA Records
13 Mr. T's Commandments 7 Audio 1984 CBS
14 Mr. T's Commandment 2 Audio 1984 Columbia
15 Treat Your Mother Right / Try 2 Audio 1984 MCA Records
16 The Mystery Of The Mind Thieves 2 Audio Starland Music
17 Treat Your Mother Right / Try 4 Audio 1984
18 Mr. T's Commandments 7 Audio 1984 Columbia
19 Be Somebody Or Be Somebody's Fool 8 Audio 1984 MCA Records
20 Mr. T's Commandment 2 Audio 1984 Columbia
21 Mr. T's Commandments 7 Audio 1984 Columbia
22 Don't Talk To Strangers 2 Audio 1984 Columbia


Mr. T was born Laurence Tureaud on 21 May 1952 in the rough southside ghetto area of Chicago. He is the second to youngest of twelve children (he has four sisters and seven brothers) and grew up in the housing projects of Chicago. His father left when he was 5, and his mother raised the family on $87 a month welfare in a three-room apartment. Mr. T's brothers encouraged him to build up his body in order to survive in the area, and he has commented, "If you think I'm big, you should see my brothers!" His mother is a religious woman, who has had a strong influence on him. He says, [i]"Any man who don't love his momma can't be no friend of mine."[/i] He was an average student in school. "Most of the time", he says, "I stared out the windows, just daydreaming. I didn't study much because I have a photographic memory". Apart from one spell between 5th and 7th grades when he went a little astray - playing hookey, cursing, acting tough, being disrespectful -- he was a well- behaved child. (He worried about how his mother would feel if he ended up in jail, and stayed out of trouble!) He attended Dunbar Vocational High School. He was a college football star, studied martial arts, and was three times city wrestling champion! He won a scholarship to Prairie View A&M University in Texas, but was thrown out after a year.

He entered the world of pro wrestling in 1985-86 and 1994-95. Was Hulk Hogan's tag team partner at the first WrestleMania, defeating the team of Paul Orndorff and Roddy Piper on March 31, 1985. His feud with Piper continued into WrestleMania 2 in 1986, defeating Piper in a boxing match by DQ. Mr. T returned to the WWF as a special guest referee in 1987, before disappearing from the wrestling world. He reappeared as a special referee for a Hogan-Ric Flair match, 7 years later in October 1994. He stayed with Hogan for a few matches before returning to obscurity.


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