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Roger E. Mosley

Theodore "TC" Calvin in Magnum, P.I.

Photos Roger E. Mosley Birth name: Roger Earl Mosley
Birth date: 1938/12/18 (84 years old)
Birth place : Los Angeles (USA)
Height: 1.88 m

French Traduire

Biography for Roger E. Mosley

Like many black actors of his generation, Roger E. Mosley was able to take advantage of the Blaxploitation of the early 1970s to get noticed. So we find him in many B series including The Mack with Richard Pryor. In 1977, he crossed Mohammed Ali on the set of The Greatest, the film on the life of the boxer. The previous year, he crosses another Costaud, Arnold Schwarzenegger in Stay Hungry by Bob Rafelson with Sally Field and Jeff Bridges. After Magnum, the actor continues in series B. There are other big arms there, such as Dolph Lundgren in Pentathlon, in 1994 or Patrick Swayze in letters to a killer in 1998. On television, he played in the series You take the kids, Hangin 'with Mr Cooper and the sulphurous series, Rude Awakening. More anecdotal, it appeared in Cannon, the streets of San Francisco, Kung Fu, Starsky and Hutch, Robocop or Walker, Texas Ranger.

Roger E. Mosley is an American actor known for his role as Theodore Calvin, known as "T.C.", in the television series Magnum, in which he played from 1980 to 1988. Born in 1935 in Los Angeles in California, Mosley started his Actor career in the 1960s by playing in several plays and making appearances in television series such as experts, the man who was worth three billion and mission impossible.

In 1980, Mosley obtained his most famous role in Magnum, in which he played T.C., a helicopter pilot and friend of the hero of the series, Thomas Magnum (interpreted by Tom Selleck). T.C. was often involved in Magnum surveys and helped him solve puzzles. In addition to his acting talent, Mosley was also an accomplished musician and played the guitar in several episodes of the series.

After the end of Magnum in 1988, Mosley continued to work as an actor, appearing in television series such as experts: Miami, Stargate SG-1 and criminal spirits. He also appeared in films such as the last step and the sect of hell. In addition to his acting career, Mosley is also an author and published a book entitled "Magnum, P.I.: Behind the Scenes" in 2012, in which he tells his experience as an actor in the series.

Throughout his career, Mosley was widely recognized for his acting talent and won numerous awards and awards, including the NAACP Image Award in 1981 and 1982 for its role in Magnum. In 2007, he was inducted at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in recognition of his contribution to the entertainment industry. Mosley is also a member of the Academy of Arts and Cinema and Television Sciences.

In summary, Roger E. Mosley is an American actor known for his role as T.C. in the Magnum television series. With a career over fifty, he was widely recognized for his acting talent and has won numerous awards and awards. In addition to his acting career, he is also an accomplished author and musician.


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Title Role
Half Past Autumn: The Life and Works of Gordon Parks (2000) (TV) Huddie Ledbetter
Rude Awakening (1998) Serie TV Milton 'Milt' Johnson (1999-2000)
Letters from a Killer (1998) Horton
Thin Line Between Love and Hate, A (1996) Smitty
Pentathlon (1994) Creese
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper (1992) Serie TV Coach Ricketts (1992-1993)
Unlawful Entry (1992) Officer Roy Cole, Pete's partner
You Take the Kids (1990) Serie TV Michael Kirkland
Heart Condition (1990) Captain Wendt
White Lions, The (1981) John Kani
Pray TV (1980) Willie Washington/Leroy Washington
Magnum (1980) Serie TV Theodore 'TC' Calvin
Magnum (1980) (TV) Theodore 'T.C.' Calvin
Attica (1980) (TV) Frank Green
Steel (1980) Lionel
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1979) (TV) Bailey Sr.
Jericho Mile, The (1979) (TV) Cotton Crown
Roots: The Next Generations (1979) (mini) Serie TV Lee Garnet
Cruise Into Terror (1978) (TV) Nathan
Other Side of Hell, The (1978) (TV) Jim Baker
Big Time (1977) J.J.
Semi-Tough (1977) Puddin Patterson Sr., Miami player #65
Greatest, The (1977) Sonny Liston
Drum (1976)
Leadbelly (1976) Huddie Ledbetter
River Niger, The (1976) Big Moe Hayes
Stay Hungry (1976) Newton
Darktown Strutters (1975) Mellow
McQ (1974) Rosey
Mack, The (1973) Olinga
Sweet Jesus Preacher Man (1973) Holmes/Lee
Terminal Island (1973) Monk
Hit Man (1972/I) Huey
Hickey & Boggs (1972)
New Centurions, The (1972) Truck driver


Friends with O.J. Simpson. They are golfing partners and play together frequently.

African-American character actor best remembered as Tom Selleck's buddy on the long-running "Magnum, P.I." TV series of the 1980s.

Founded the Watts Repertory Company in 1974.

Grew up in the Imperial Courts project in Watts, one of the most dangerous part of Los Angeles inner cities.


Les choses ne sont pas ce qu'elles semblent, elles sont ce qu'elles sont.


Lives with Toni Laudermick. They have 1 daughter. [1976 - ?]

He has two other children born out of wedlock.

Author of the card

  • Creation date: 01/07/2003 by stals
  • Last update: 01/05/2007 by abdest

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