Though a fifteen-year show business veteran, “Dwight Schultz” was largely unknown until 1983. That was the year that the TV Addicts of America were introduced to Captain H. M. “Howling Mad” Murdock, the asylum-escapee airplane pilot for “The A-Team”. It is to Schultz’s credit that he was able to portray a certifiable looney while still remaining personable and even lovable. On both sides of his A-Team obligations, Schultz appeared in films like “The Fan” (1981, as Broadway actress “Lauren Bacall”‘s director) and “Fat Man and Little Boy” (1989, as J. Robert Oppenheimer). In the late 1980s, Dwight Schultz could be occasionally seen as Lieutenant Barclay in TV’s “Star Trek: the Next Generation”