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Although creators Stephen J. Bradley Cooper portrayed the character in the film, while Benedict appeared in a post-credits cameo. Originally serving as an infantry Soldier thus earning a Combat Infantryman's Badge "Face" commissioned as an Intelligence Officer assigned to support a Special Operations Force Team where he met his soon to be fugitive counterparts.
Suave, smooth-talking, and hugely successful with women, Peck serves as the team's con man and scrounger, able to get his hands on just about anything they need, using various disguises—albeit less than Hannibal —and assuming a wide variety of personas and backstories as his scams require.
Effectively second-in-command behind Hannibal although Murdock outranks him , he is the one who arranges for supplies, equipment, and sensitive information using numerous scams and hustles; several episodes also suggest that he is also responsible for arranging the team's weaponry, especially when overseas, often via highly illegal means see season three's "Skins" for one such reference.
When Hannibal is elsewhere or captured during several episodes, Face is often seen to be at the helm of the team, planning their course of action see season two's "Bad Time on the Border", season four's "Wheel of Fortune" and season five's "Point of No Return" for examples.
He is also the team member who usually organizes the fees for their services, due to his aptitude with numbers, as demonstrated in a number of episodes, and at times is shown to have the ability to count large amounts of money or value expensive items within a matter of seconds.
In the pilot episode, it is revealed in a discussion with an elderly priest, who it is suggested was his mentor during his youth, that Face spent his youth at a Los Angeles orphanage run by the Catholic Church, although whether Face himself is actually Catholic is never revealed.
Several later episodes also reference this orphanage, later named as "St. The elderly priest is not seen again after the pilot.
He does, however, mention that Face wandered into the orphanage when he was five years old and was "first orphaned by his family and then by his country.
Face's relationship with the rest of the team is that of a surrogate family. His relationship with Hannibal is built on respect and, while Hannibal sometimes has to order him to do things usually by saying "Move it Lieutenant" in a stern voice , Hannibal oftentimes treats Face like a son and calls him "kid," usually when he is apologizing for something.
He tends to treat B. Face tends to treat Murdock like a little brother and acts like a mentor to him and often takes Murdock with him on scams which Murdock loves and placating whatever delusion Murdock is currently having, although not nearly as badly as Hannibal does.
In the fifth-season episode "Family Reunion", it is revealed that Face is Richard Bancroft , the son of former presidential adviser and convicted criminal A.
However, Face only learns this from Murdock after his father's death. Although Murdock found out earlier, Bancroft made him promise not to tell Face, who is furious that Murdock didn't tell him sooner about his father.
Face is happy to find out about his sister, Ellen Bancroft, as it gives him at least one family member. Note that for the original broadcast, two endings were shot, with viewers able to phone in and vote on the outcome on whether Bancroft really was Face's father or not.
The alternative ending has never been aired or released in any form. Face seems to have an affinity for heavier caliber revolvers as opposed to the rest of the team's.
Face usually carried a Colt Trooper. Face was usually seen to use a Ruger Mini or an Uzi when he needed more firepower.
Although in early episodes he is depicted very much as a suave but general hustler , often seen in leather jacket and jeans and merely trying to make a life for himself while on the run, by the second season his interests tend towards more cultural facets, such as country clubs, art purchasing, and wine tasting—albeit often obtained via, or used in, various cons—and his wardrobe reflecting this, containing more tailor-made suits and up-market designer items.
He is sometimes also seen to be enjoying smoking expensive cigars, again a trait shared by Hannibal. This trait was written in to reflect Dirk Benedict's own love of cigars; the early first-season episode "A Small and Deadly War" shows a contradiction to this—while smoking a cigar as part of his guise on a scam mission with Amy, he throws it away and comments "How can Hannibal stand those things?
The very next episode broadcast and produced, "Black Day at Bad Rock", shows him to be contently puffing on a cigar for the first of a number of times in the series, suggesting that the character may have grown to like them.
His interests tend towards more cultural facets, such as country clubs, art purchasing, and wine tasting. While still in college, he tried to give his fraternity pin to Leslie Becktall , as a sort of pre-engagement gift.
He discovered that she had moved away without saying goodbye. Face responded to this abandonment by dropping out of school, joining the army, and eventually becoming part of the A-Team.
Face is a skilled grifter. He is very likeable, and people seem to find themselves trusting him. He is knowledgeable on a wide variety of subjects.
He knows how to drive a bus  and a garbage truck. Face is prone to seasickness. Peck drives a custom white Chevrolet Corvette sports car with red interior and a red stripe to match B.
It is equipped with a CB radio and a mobile phone. The license plate was IHJG and never changed. Murdock wordt meestal bevrijd uit het gekkenhuis door Face.
Soms doet Face alsof hij een dokter is, of een hooggeplaatste functionaris, of een hoge militair, maar meestal op een paniekerige en dwingende toon, waarbij hij de consequenties bij het slachtoffer tracht te leggen.
Bijvoorbeeld in A Small and Deadly War waarin Murdock doet alsof hij tuberculose heeft, bedreigt Face de dienstdoende verpleegster met een epidemie. Nurse, if you want to take responsability for contaminating this entire ward [ In Diamonds 'n Dust is er dynamiet nodig voor de diamantmijn , maar de leverancier doet moeilijk, dus gaan Face en zijn tweede man - in dit geval Murdock - een truc uithalen.
Het dynamiet in de voorraad zou slecht zijn. Na een uitgebreide vertoning van Murdock als Lexington komt uit dat het dynamiet op de zwarte markt gekocht is, en dat het onmiddellijk in beslag genomen moet worden.
Face geniet ook van de fijne dingen in het leven, zoals luxe appartementen en diners in dure restaurants.
Peck took great joy in the demolition of the Embarcadero Freeway, which he loathed, although the earthquake was perhaps more responsible for that event than one of his editorials.
Peck wrote in a memoir, "but at least no reader was offended by stupid, ignorant, unsophisticated, mendacious or logically twisted writing in The Chronicle.
He was named director of the editorial page in , a position he held until his retirement in His words frequently led to good- natured arguments over the breakfast table with his wife, Catherine, who would shake the editorials in his direction and demand to know who wrote them.
Peck would smile and reply that he could not remember. Peck managed to avoid writing one particularly difficult editorial -- an endorsement of candidate Richard Nixon, whom he despised.
Perhaps coincidentally, recalled his son, Mr.Other accoutrements. The A-Team character. InBenedict wrote and directed his first screenplay, Cahoots.