Nathaniel Taylor (actor)
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March 31, 1938|
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Nathaniel Taylor (born March 31, 1938) is an American television actor, best known for his recurring role as Rollo Lawson in the 1970s sitcom Sanford and Son, a role he later reprised on its 1980-1981 spin-off Sanford. He later played the first version of Jim-Jam with Redd Foxx on the 1986 series The Redd Foxx Show. Later, he played Rerun's (Fred Berry) brother-in-law Ike in the sitcom What's Happening!!.
|1969||Listen to the Man||1 episode (credited as Jita Hadi)|
|1971||The Bold Ones: The Senator||Job Trainee Machinist||1 episode (credited as Jitahadi)|
|The Bill Cosby Show||Bob Steffen||1 episode (credited as Jitahadi)|
|1972||Trouble Man||Leroy||Movie (credited as Jita Hadi)|
|As Above, So Below||Jita Hadi||Movie|
|Harry O||Bartender||1 episode (credited as Nathaniel "Jitahadi" Taylor)|
|1975||Police Story||Thurman||1 episode (credited as Nathaniel Jita Hadi Taylor)|
|1972-1977||Sanford and Son||Rollo Lawson||Recurring Cast (32 episodes)|
|1977-1979||What's Happening!!||Ike||2 episodes|
|1980||Sanford||Rollo Larson||Main Cast (season 1 only)|
|1985||227||Man #3||1 episode|
|1986||The Redd Foxx Show||Jim-Jam||2 episodes|
|2004||BET Comedy Awards||Himself||TV special|
|2011||Spirits of Rebellion: Black Film at UCLA||Warmack||Video documentary|
|2016||Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You||Himself||Documentary|
|Auditioning for Nathaniel||Himself||Short|
- In 1986, Taylor, his brother James, and accomplice Shing Pang were arrested and booked on burglary charges. About $200,000 in computers and typewriters were seized. The arrest came within hours after the Sports Connection athletic club in West Los Angeles reported the theft of 10 IBM typewriters and a computer.
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