Roger E. Mosley, 'Magnum, P.I.' entertainer, bites the dust at 83 after a fender bender Roger E. Mosley, 'Magnum, P.I.' entertainer, bites the dust at 83 after a fender bender
Mosley passed on at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Sunday because of wounds he supported in an auto collision in Lynwood,
California, on Thursday, Mosley's girl Ch-a Mosley affirmed to USA TODAY. California, on Thursday, Mosley's girl Ch-a Mosley affirmed to USA TODAY.
Roger E. Mosley, most popular for his job on the activity wrongdoing series "Magnum, P.I.," has kicked the bucket. He was 83
Brought into the world in LA on Dec. 18, 1938, to Eloise Harris, Mosley experienced childhood in the Imperial Courts public lodging in Watts. The entertainer made his TV debut on the wrongdoing show
featured in various movies all through the '70s, including the wrongdoing show "Contract killer," the blaxploitation flick "The Mack" and the John Wayne show "McQ."
However, Mosley never abandoned the universe of TV, showing up in series, for example, "Kojak," "The Rockford Files," "Starsky and Hutch,"
Starsky and Hutch "The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams," "Sanford and Son," "Kung Fu," and "The Love Boat."
His showbiz forward leap, in any case, came in 1980 when he scored the job of helicopter pilot Theodore "TC" Calvin on "Magnum
The portrayal Mosley's "Magnum, P. I." character gave to the Black people group meant a lot to the LA local.