Mosley is greatest referred to as helicopter pilot Theodore “T.C.” Calvin on the CBS tv sequence “Magnum P.I.”
LOS ANGELES — Roger E. Mosley, greatest referred to as helicopter pilot Theodore “T.C.” Calvin on the CBS tv sequence “Magnum P.I.,” has died on the age of 83, his household introduced Sunday.
Mosley’s daughter introduced his demise on Fb.
“Roger E. Mosley, my father, your good friend, your ‘coach Mosley’ your ‘TC’ from Magnum P.I., handed away at 1:17am. He was surrounded by household as he transcended peacefully,” she wrote. “We may by no means mourn such an incredible man. He would HATE any crying finished in his identify. It’s time to have a good time the legacy he left for us all. I really like you daddy. You really liked me too. My coronary heart is heavy however I’m sturdy. I’ll look after mommy, your love of virtually 60 years. You raised me properly and he or she is in good palms. Relaxation simple. “
Mosley’s household stated he died after a severe automobile crash in Los Angeles left him paralyzed and hospitalized final week, based on The Hollywood Reporter.
The actor appeared in 158 episodes of the unique run of “Magnum P.I.” on CBS reverse Tom Selleck from 1980 to 1988. He later returned for a cameo in two episodes of the reboot as a special character.
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Mosley additionally appeared in tv exhibits like “Love Boat,” “Sanford and Son.” “Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper,” “Walker, Texas Ranger,” “Starsky and Hutch,” “Reality Checkers Unit” and others. Movie credit embrace “A Skinny Line Between Love and Hate” and “Illegal Entry.”
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