Lee Majors, 75, looks like $6m as he takes wife Faith, 40, to Hollywood dinner... five years after mourning the death of ex Farrah Fawcett

It's been five years since the passing of his ex-wife Farrah Fawcett.

But Lee Majors seemed to be back in good spirits on Tuesday as he headed into dinner at upscale restaurant Craig's in West Hollywood where George Clooney and Jennifer Aniston are known to rub elbows.

Trailing behind The Six Million Dollar Man star was his 40-year-old wife Faith.

Lee Majors in  West HollywoodLee & Faith out for dinner

Left:He's still got it: Lee Majors seemed to be back in good spirits on Tuesday as he headed into dinner at upscale restaurant Craig's in West Hollywood where George Clooney and Jennifer Aniston are known to rub elbows. Right: He has a pretty wife: Trailing behind The Six Million Dollar Man star was his 40-year-old wife Faith. (click images for full size)

Lee & Farrah
They were the big power couple of the seventies: It was less than six years ago that he was mourning the loss of Fawcett, who he was married to from 1973 to 1982, when she rocketed to fame on Charlie's Angels; here they are pictured in 1975

Dressed sharply in a grey blazer with a handkerchief in the front pocket, the seventies TV icon looked ready to impress.

The Fall Guy star also had on a white and black paisley button-down shirt and tailored black slacks. Black leather loafers added a youthful touch.

His wife, an actress from Florida, wore a plunging black sheer top with a jacket and slacks. Black cage heels and a clutch purse gave her outfit a more sophisticated look.

Lee & FaithLee & Faith
Left: She's an actress too: The blonde beauty has been married to Lee since November 2002. Right: Close couple of almost 13 years: Lee and Faith on Monday at the Do You Believe? premiere held at the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood (click for larger image)

It was nice to see The Big Valley star smile and playfully gesture with his hand as he walked into the swanky establishment.

It was less than six years ago that he was mourning the loss of the Charlie's Angels star, who he was married to from 1973 to 1982.

Fawcett, who was also in films such as Logan's Run and Extremities, died in June 2009 at the age of 62 after a long battle with cancer.

In 2013 Majors told FoxNews they were like the Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston of their day.

'It was quite the extreme. It was probably like Brad and Jennifer when they were together. The press was all over us and of course she was doing a show also which was pretty popular,' he started.

'Naturally we really couldn’t go anywhere. Back then you were working so hard you didn’t even realize how popular the show was.'

Farrah Fawectt in Charlie's Angels Lee Majords in THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN
They were both on hit series: Fawcett (left) starred on Charlie's Angels while Majors (right) was the Six Million Dollar Man

Lee Majors starred in THE FALL GUY in the 1980's
In the spotlight: In 2013 Majors told FoxNews he and Farrah were like the Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston of their day. 'It was quite the extreme,' he added; here he is in a publicity shot from the eighties

In 2009 UsWeekly claimed Lee called Farrah before she died, breaking an over 20 year silence.

'He decided to call her for the first time on her birthday in February before she died,' said a source.

'They spoke for the first time in 23 years.

'They had a 40-minute phone conversation about her life, and the cancer and it was such a lovely moment for the two of them. I guess it was a very good conversation. They joked, and they got a little bit emotional.'

The source added: 'I think it was good given the current situation [for] closure, otherwise they never would've spoken again. I think he always wanted to talk to her again, but he was just afraid to speak to her before.'

Lee Majors as Col. Steve Austin
A man of action: In 2009 UsWeekly claimed Lee called Farrah before she died, breaking an over 20 year silence; here he is seen in a publicity photo for The Six Million Dollar Man


By Heidi Parker for MailOnline
Published: 18 March 2015 | © Associated Newspapers Ltd