B.A. Baracus actor admits being scared of film!

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He has squared up to the world's most merciless fighters, but facing Oscar nominee Liam Neeson is the first time Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson's had a job that really scared him.

Familiar to fans of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Jackson's making his movie debut as the mohawk-sporting icon B.A. Baracus in the big screen adaptation of TV classic The A-Team.

"I just didn't want to be the guy who messed up the movie", he confessed, from the comfort of the A-Team van.

The 32-year-old fighter-turned-actor has taken the role made famous in the 80s by Mr.T, while Liam Neeson stars as the cigar-chewing team leader, Hannibal Smith.

The Hangover's Bradley Cooper plays ladies' man Face, while South African actor Sharlto Copely, last seen in District 9 completes the line-up as 'Howlin Mad' Murdoch.

The A-Team is released in the UK on Friday July 30th.