Lahmard Tate - A Successful Actor With A Private Life
Known for his role as Kamaal Tate in the Starz series Power Book II: Ghost, this actor and producer Lahmard Tate also has other acting credits.
In addition, you may recognize him from his roles in the movies Barbershop (2002) and Rocky Balboa (2006). Lahmard Tate and his brothers Larron and Larenz, who are also well-known actors today, were brought up in Chicago by their parents, Larry and Peggy Tate.
Very little is known about Larry and Peggy Tate because their sons have always respected their right to privacy. Lahmard is the youngest of the three Tate brothers. The Lahmard family relocated to California when he was nine years old.
Capricorn is Lahmard Tate's astrological sign, and he was born in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America on January 7, 1970. He is an American citizen. He is an actor, film scriptwriter, and producer who has appeared in close to fifty films and television series.
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However, the role of Billy in the comedy film "Barbershop" from 2002 is probably the one that has brought him the most recognition.
The film was helmed by Tim Story, starred Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, and Eve, and chronicles the lives of the employees at a barbershop on the South Side of Chicago. It was nominated for 18 different awards, and it ended up winning one of them.
Lahmard has two brothers. The three young men participated in acting classes at the Inner City Cultural Center together, but they didn't take it seriously until their classmate Malcolm-Jamal Warner was offered a role on "The Cosby Show."
Lahmard received his secondary education at Palmdale High School, where he participated in and excelled in a number of physically demanding sports, including football and basketball.
It was in 1987 that he made his debut as an actor, playing the role of Kid in Crowd in the episode "A Pound of Flesh" of the mystery crime series "Hill Street Blues."
After he graduated from high school the following year, however, he decided against enrolling in college and instead concentrated on his acting career instead.
In 1987, Lahmard made his debut in the film industry with the role of Black Kid in the romantic comedy drama "Barfly," which was directed by Barbet Schroeder and also starred Mickey Rourke, Faye Dunaway, and Alice Krige. Lahmard's performance was his first in the film industry.
The film, which was nominated for five awards and is based on the life of Charles Bukowski, follows the lives of people living in Hollywood during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
In the years that followed, Lahmard appeared in a number of films, including the crime drama "Seeds of Tragedy" (1991), the action-adventure film "Night of the Cyclone" (1990), and the sports drama "Across the Tracks" (1990).
In the drama "Panther," which was directed by Mario Van Peebles and also starred Kadeem Hardison, Bokeem Woodbine, and Joe Don Baker, he gave the performance of Gene McKinney in the year 1995.
It tells the story of the political organization known as the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, which was established in October 1966 by college students Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. The movie was nominated for four awards and won two of them.
It has been estimated that he has a net worth of more than $2 million as of the month of February 2022.
His brothers are Larron Tate and Larenz Tate.
Larron is the oldest of the siblings, Lahmad is the second, and Larenz is the youngest. Larenz Tate, the younger Tate brother, is best known for his roles in films such as 'Barbershop' and 'Unsolved.'
He is now 52 years old.
Lahmard enjoys traveling and has traveled all over the United States for filming and television series, as well as to several European countries; his dream travel destination is Las Vegas, Nevada. He adores animals, especially dogs and hamsters.