American actor Roger E. Mosley passes away at 83

After being injured in a car crash last week, American actor Roger E. Mosley died on Sunday, his daughter announced. He was 83.

He was 83

Mosley, who sustained injuries in a car accident in Lynwood (California) on Thursday, died on Sunday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles.

Roger E. Mosley was a Los Angeles, California native, who was born December 18, 1938. He was an actor, director, and known for Magnum P.I. (1980), The Thin Line Between Love And Hate (1996).


Roger's daughter, Annette, said that Roger would not like any tears being shed in his honor and that we should celebrate the legacy he left. She said that she could not grieve such a great man.

Toni Laudermick was their living partner as of 1976. One daughter was born to them. Two other children were born to him out of wedlock.

In 1974, founded the Watts Repertory Company. Born in Watts' Imperial Courts Project, one of the most violent parts of Los Angeles.

Mosley, who was the helicopter pilot Theodore Calvin, passed away surrounded by his family. Mosley was paralysed from the shoulders down, and was in critical condition since the crasade.

He was paralysed from the shoulders down after he was in a car accident in Lynwood on 8/4/22. Three days later, he died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center from the injuries he sustained.