Roger E. Mosley was an American actor, director, and writer best known for his role as the helicopter pilot Theodore “T.C.” Calvin in the CBS television series Magnum, P.I., which originally aired from 1980 until 1988.
In addition to his role on Magnum P.I., he has appeared in a variety of other television programs, including Love Boat, Night Gallery, Sanford and Son, Kung Fu, Kojak, McCloud, The Rockford Files, The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, Starsky and Hutch, You Take the Kids, Night Court, Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper, Walker, Texas Ranger, Rude Awakening, Las Vegas, and Fact Checkers Unit, among others.
In addition, he contributed his abilities to a great number of television movies over the course of several decades. Some of these films include Attica, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, The Jericho Mile, Cruise Into Terror, and The Other Side of Hell.
In the 1970s, Mosley appeared in a number of blaxploitation films, some of which include The Mack, Hit Man, Sweet Jesus, Preacherman, Darktown Strutters, and The River Niger. He also had roles in other films like The River Niger and Darktown Strutters.
In addition, he has roles in the movies McQ (in which John Wayne also starred), The Greatest, Semi-Tough, Heart Condition, Pentathlon, and A Thin Line Between Love and Hate on his acting CV.
Roger E. Mosley Parents: Who is Roger E. Mosley’s Mother Eloise Harris?
Roger and his mother Eloise Harris spent their childhood in the Imperial Courts public housing complex in Watts, which is located in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Roger is thought to be an only child because he has never mentioned either his biological father or any other family members, including siblings.