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Lahmard Tate, 50, has 37 acting credits.

Lahmard Tate, 50, has 37 acting credits.

Lahmard Tate has been in the entertainment sector since 1987. He played Billy in the 2002 Ice Cube film Barbershop. He’s also worked on Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. (2018), Method & Red (2004), Moesha (2000-2001), and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1992).

Lahmard is 50 and thriving. After a two-year sabbatical, he returned to acting in 2019 with Unsolved and now stars in All American (2019-2020).

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Lahmard Tate started acting age 17

Lahmard J. Tate was born on October 30 or 31, according to on sibling birthday posts. His 1970 birthday puts him 50 in November 2020.

Barbershop actors started young. Larenz Tate said on Great Day Houston that he and his brothers were put in performance arts school after moving to L.A. from Chicago.

In the same interview, Lahmard said performing as a means to avoid difficulty as a child.

The Tate brothers didn’t start off wanting to be actors. As they got additional acting jobs, they understood it was serious business; the rest is history.

Lahmard earned his first mainstream acting role at 17 in the final season of Hill Street Blues, which had aired since 1981. In the same year, he played a black boy in Barfly (1987).

Lahmard is a 30-year-old actor.

Lahmard Tate has 37 acting credits as of November 2020.

Lahmard has acted in Moesha (2000-2001), Barbershop (2002), Method & Red (2004), Sabretooth (2002), Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac, and The Notorious B.I.G. (2018), and All American (2019-2020). He voices Jester in Crysis and Spider-Man 3 in 2007.

Lahmard Tate works with his brothers.

Lahmard has worked with both of his brothers in the entertainment world, on-screen and behind-the-scenes.

Lahmard debuted in the 2020 episode ‘Reversal of Fortune’ of Power alongside his brother Larenz. They played brothers onscreen.

Lahmard has produced and directed films with his siblings. All three produced 2019’s Back to the Goode Life, in which Lahmard played Cordell.

The trio directed The Hot Spot in 2005.

Lahmard, 50, has time for more large initiatives. We hope he’ll keep appearing in movies and TV series and work alongside his brothers.