Lahmard Tate Biography
|Date of Birth:||1970|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Name||Lahmard J. Tate|
|Birth Place/City||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Movies||Barfly, Across the Tracks, Night of the Cyclone, Jason's Lyric, Panther, Breakfast of Champions, Back in the Day, Rocky Balboa, Civilian Life, Back to the Goode Life|
|TV Show||Hill Street Blues, Equal Justice, Roc, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Street Justice, Moesha, NYPD Blue, The Method, Method & Red, Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G., Power, All American|
|Siblings||Larron Tate, Larenz Tate|
Lahmard J. Tate is an American film and television actor most known for playing Jerome in the UPN sitcom Moesha, Lil' Bit in the Fox sitcom Method & Red, and Flip Williams in The CW sports drama series All American. He is the second of three brothers, and his older brother Larron Tate and younger brother Larenz Tate are both actors.
How Old is Lahmard J. Tate? What is his Height?
Lahmard Tate was born Lahmard J. Tate in 1970, the second of three children -- all boys -- to Peggy and Larry Tate. He is around 50 years old as of 2020 and is billed as standing at 5 feet 6½ inches (1.69 meters).
Tate was born in Chicago, Illinois, but his family moved to California shortly after the birth of his younger brother when he was about nine years old.
Brother of Larron and Larenz Tate
Lahmard was born the second of three brothers, all of whom grew up to become actors. His older brother, Larron Tate (born on June 28, 1969), is a graduate of UCLA and is known primarily for his work on television including the TV shows 21 Jump Street, Quantum Leap, Doogie Howser, M.D., and Street Justice.
His younger brother, Larenz Tate (born on September 8, 1975), is known for his work on television shows like The Royal Family, South Central, Waterfront, Love Monkey, Rescue Me, Rush, House of Lies, Game of Silence, and Power.
Lahmard's parents encouraged their three sons to pursue acting and paid for drama lessons at the Inner City Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
Lahmard made both his television and film debut in 1987, in Hill Street Blues and Barfly, respectively.
He was featured in the 1990 movies Across the Tracks and Night of the Cyclone and went on to have television guest appearances on shows like Roc, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Street Justice.
Tate's first prominent role on television came in 2000 as Jerome in the UPN family sitcom Moesha. Another notable television sitcom role was as Lil' Bit in the Fox sitcom Method & Red.
In 2018, Tate portrayed The Southside Compton Crips gang member Duane Keith "Keefe D" Davis in the first season of the USA Network true-crime anthology series titled Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. starring Josh Duhamel and Jimmi Simpson.
Most recently, he had recurring appearances as Flip Williams in The CW sports drama series All American.
What is the Net Worth of Lahmard J. Tate?
Lahmard J. Tate is estimated to have a net worth of around $2 million. A film and television actor like his brothers Larron and Larenz Tate, Lahmard has been credited in nearly 40 films and television shows. His wealth, thus, comes from his salary earnings from movie and TV contracts, brand endorsements, and public and media appearances.