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|Birth date:||December 18, 1938|
|Birth place:||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Partner:||Toni Laudermick (1976–)|
|Spouse:||Ex-spouse Saundra Locke|
|Awards:||TV Land Hero Award|
|Movies:||Magnum, P.I., Unlawful Entry, A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, The Mack, Heart Condition, Letters from a Killer, McQ, Stay Hungry, Terminal Island, The New Centurions, Semi-Tough, Leadbelly, Darktown Strutters, Sweet Jesus, Preacherman|
Roger E. Mosley Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Roger Earl Mosley was born on the 18th December 1938, in Los Angeles, California USA, and is an actor best known to the world for his role as Theodore T.C. Calvin in the TV series “Magnum, P.I.” (1980-1988), among many other differing appearances. His career began in 1971, and he retired from acting in 2014.
Have you ever wondered how rich Roger E. Mosley is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Mosley’s net worth is as high as $3 million, an amount earned through his successful career as an actor, during which he appeared in more than 60 film and TV titles.
Roger E. Mosley Net Worth $3 Million
Roger was raised by his single mother, Eloise Harris in Watts; the two lived in the Imperial Courts public housing projects.
Roger’s career began in 1971, with several short roles in such TV series as “Longstreet”, “Cannon”, and “Night Gallery” (1971-1972). The following year he made his film debut in Richard Fleischer’s action drama “The New Centurions”.
In 1973 he featured in the thriller “Terminal Island”, starring Don Marshall and Phyllis Davis, while three years later he portrayed Newton in Bob Rafelson’s Golden Globe Award-winning film “Stay Hungry”, featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jeff Bridges in the lead roles. He first came to prominence with a supporting role in Michael Mann’s made for television sports drama “The Jericho Mile” (1979), which won three Primetime Emmy Awards, and featured Peter Strauss and Richard Lawson as stars of the film. After this success, Roger’s name became well-known in the Hollywood area, and soon he was brought into the cast of the TV series “Magnum P.I.”, starring his longtime friend Tom Selleck. From 1980 until 1988, Roger portrayed helicopter pilot Theodore ‘TC’ Calvin, the role that marked his entire career. Also, it certainly increased his net worth to a large degree.
After the show ended it became rather easy for Roger to acquire new prominent roles, such is Officer Roy Cole in the thriller “Unlawful Entry” (1992), directed by Jonathan Kaplan and starring Ray Liotta, Kurt Russell and Madeleine Stowe. In 1998 he appeared in the mystery drama “Letters from a Killer”, starring Patrick Swayze and Kim Myers, while from 1999 until 2000 he portrayed Milton ‘Milt’ Johnson in the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated comedy series “Rude Awakening”, which also improved his wealth.
From the start of the new millennium, Roger’s interest in acting began slowly to fade, and he landed only a couple of brief appearances in such TV series as “Arli$$” (2001), “The District” (2003), “Las Vegas” (2007), and the recurring role of Grandpa Faison in “FCU: Fast Checkers Unit” (2010), but they maintained his net worth.
Roger is also the founder of the Watts Repertory Company, which has operated successfully since 1974.
Regarding his personal life, Roger has three children; two with his ex-wife Saundra Locke. The couple married in 1960 but later divorced. Since 1976 he has lived with Toni Laudermick, and they have a daughter together.
He is a licensed helicopter pilot in real life, and enjoys playing golf. He is good friend with O. J. Simpson thanks to that particular hobby.
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|FCU: Fact Checkers Unit||2010||TV Series||Grandpa Faison|
|Las Vegas||2007||TV Series||Roger|
|What Should You Do?||2003||TV Series||Kidnapper|
|The District||2003||TV Series||Temple's Father|
|Arli$$||2001||TV Series||Mudcat Burrell|
|Hammerlock||2000||Sgt. James Hammer|
|Rude Awakening||1999-2000||TV Series||Milton 'Milt' Johnson|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||2000||TV Series||Fred Carter|
|Letters from a Killer||1998||Horton|
|Women: Stories of Passion||1996||TV Series||Freddy|
|A Thin Line Between Love and Hate||1996||Smitty|
|In the House||1996||TV Series||Buff|
|RoboCop||1994||TV Series||Frank Uno|
|Hangin' with Mr. Cooper||1992-1993||TV Series||Coach Ricketts|
|Unlawful Entry||1992||Officer Roy Cole|
|Night Court||1991||TV Series||Eugene Westfall|
|You Take the Kids||1990-1991||TV Series||Michael Kirkland|
|American Playhouse||1990||TV Series|
|Heart Condition||1990||Captain Wendt|
|The Love Boat||1987||TV Series||Jeffrey T. Gilbert|
|Danger Bay||1986||TV Series||Hari Mubaru|
|The White Lions||1981||John Kani|
|Pray TV||1980||Willie Washington / Leroy Washington|
|Attica||1980||TV Movie||Frank Green|
|Paris||1980||TV Series||Royal Pratt|
|I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings||1979||TV Movie||Bailey Sr.|
|The Jericho Mile||1979||TV Movie||Cotton Crown|
|Roots: The Next Generations||1979||TV Mini-Series||Lee Garnet|
|Starsky and Hutch||1977-1979||TV Series||Big Red McGee / The Baron|
|The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams||1978||TV Series|
|Cruise Into Terror||1978||TV Movie||Nathan|
|The Other Side of Hell||1978||TV Movie||Jim Baker|
|Semi-Tough||1977||Puddin Patterson Sr.|
|The Greatest||1977||Sonny Liston|
|The Rockford Files||1977||TV Series||Electric Larry|
|Delvecchio||1976||TV Series||Bosworth Hawkins|
|The River Niger||1976||Big Moe Hayes|
|Baretta||1975||TV Series||Det. Rudy Davis|
|The Rookies||1975||TV Series||Rawlins|
|That's My Mama||1975||TV Series||Doc Green|
|Kung Fu||1974||TV Series||Seth|
|The Streets of San Francisco||1974||TV Series||Ben Driscoll|
|Sweet Jesus, Preacherman||1973||Holmes / Lee|
|Night Gallery||1971-1972||TV Series||Prisoner / Second Askari (segment "Logoda's Heads")|
|Sanford and Son||1972||TV Series||Norman Blood|
|The Sixth Sense||1972||TV Series||Mover / 2nd Guard|
|Hickey & Boggs||1972||uncredited|
|The New Centurions||1972||Truck Driver|
|The Living End||1972||TV Movie||Henry (as Roger Mosley)|
|Cannon||1971||TV Series||Porter, Chicago|
|Longstreet||1971||TV Series||Prison Guard|
|Magnum, P.I.||1984||TV Series 1 episode|
|Magnum, P.I.||1986||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Big Time||1977||production assistant|
|The Nicole Barrett Show||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Mama & Me||2011||Documentary||Himself (voice)|
|Way Black When||2010||TV Movie||Himself|
|The 7th Annual TV Land Awards||2009||TV Special||Himself|
|Entertainment Tonight||2009||TV Series||Himself|
|Biography||2007||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|I Love 1980's||2001||TV Series documentary|
|Match Game||1990||TV Series||Himself - Panelist|
|The New Hollywood Squares||1987||TV Series||Himself|
|The 8th Annual Black Achievement Awards||1987||TV Special||Himself|
|Ebony/Jet Showcase||1983-1986||TV Series||Himself|
|Body Language||1984-1985||TV Series||Himself|
|The $10,000 Pyramid||1983-1985||TV Series||Himself - Celebrity Contestant|
|The 36th Primetime Emmy Awards||1984||TV Special||Himself - Presenter|
|Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour||1984||TV Series||Himself - Panelist|
|The 4th Annual Black Achievement Awards||1983||TV Special||Himself|
|The 34th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1982||TV Special||Himself - Presenter|
|Half Past Autumn: The Life and Works of Gordon Parks||2000||TV Movie documentary||Huddie Ledbetter|
|Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson||1993||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
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|1||Grew up in the Imperial Courts project in Watts, one of the most dangerous part of Los Angeles inner cities.|
|2||Founded the Watts Repertory Company in 1974.|
|3||African-American character actor best-remembered as Tom Selleck's buddy on the long-running Magnum, P.I. (1980) TV series of the 1980s.|
|4||He has two other children born out of wedlock.|
|5||(1976 - ?) Lives with Toni Laudermick. They have 1 daughter.|
|6||Friends with O.J. Simpson. They were golfing partners.|
|1||My philosophy is the best way to help poor people is not to be one of them.|
|2||Things aren't what they seem -- they are what they are|
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