How Rich Was Roger E. Mosley? Net worth, career, salary

Roger E. Mosleyan actor, writer and director died on August 7 at the age of 83. His daughter confirmed the news on social media.

“Roger E. Mosley, my father, your buddy, your ‘coach Mosley’, your ‘TC’ from Magnum PI, passed away at 1:17 a.m. today.” He died peacefully, surrounded by family. We could never grieve such a great guy. He would despise any tears in his name.”

she went on,

“It’s time to honor the legacy he left for all of us.” I adore you, Dad. You loved me too. My heart is heavy, but I am brave. I’ll take care of Mom, your nearly 60 years of dedication. You raised me very well and she is in good hands. “Take it easy.”

Mosley died three days later at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from injuries sustained in a car accident in Lynwood, California. He was paralyzed from the shoulders down and in serious condition as a result of the accident.

The net worth of Roger E. Mosley

Roger Earl Mosley rose to fame as helicopter pilot Theodore “TC” Calvin in the CBS detective drama Magnum, PI. From 1980 to 1988, the program ran for eight seasons. The Leadbelly star’s net worth is estimated at around $3 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth. Although precise information about his net worth is not accessible, he has earned a lot from his job in the entertainment sector as he was a household name for a long time.

Roger E. Mosley

The Los Angeles, California native grew up in the public housing of the Imperial Courts in the Watts neighborhood and attended Jordan High School. He made his film debut as a monk in Terminal Film, a 1973 action-drama thriller starring Phyllis Davis, Don Marshall, Ena Hartman, and Tom Selleck. The following year, he founded the Watts Repertory Company.


Roger E. Mosley rose to fame as the lead actor in the 1976 film Leadbelly, in which he played American folk and blues artist and composer Huddie “Lead Belly” Ledbetter. From 1980 to 1988, he appeared on Magnum, PI, and on the fifth season of the NBC comedy-drama Las Vegas, as a friend of Montecito owner AJ Cooper.

He was then featured in an episode of Magnum, PI revival in March 2019. He continued to guest star on series such as Night Court, Starsky & Hutch, The Rockford Files, Sanford and Son and others. He appeared in shows such as Roots: The Next Generations and The Mack, as well as blaxploitation films such as Hit Man, Sweet Jesus, Darktown Strutters and others.

Roger E. Mosley

Other films that Roger E. Mosley appeared in include McQ, The Greatest, Semi-Tough, Pentaathlon, and others. He was also known as a celebrity guest on The $25,000 Pyramid from 1983 to 1985.


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