Taurean Blacque Net Worth 2022 (Actor), Biography, Family & More

Taurean Blacque
Actor Taurean Blacque

Taurean Blacque net worth was $3 million. He was a very famous American TV actor and stage actor better known for his role as Detective Neal Washington on the series Hill Street Blues.

Taurean Blacque Biography

Taurean Blacque was born on 10 May, 1940 in Newark, New Jersey, US and died on May 10, 1940. He was not on social media like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as per our research.

He expressed that he picked the name “Taurean” in light of the fact that his prophetic sign was Taurus. He was at onetime a public representative for supportive services.

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Blacque was a Christian and his confidence impacted his longing to be engaged with reception.

Personal Details

Real Name Herbert Middleton Jr.
Age82 years
Date of BirthMay 10, 1940
BirthplaceNewark, New Jersey, U.S.
Zodiac SignTaurus


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Taurean Blacque was conceived Herbert Middleton Jr. on May 10, 1940, in Newark, New Jersey.Before showing up on TV, Blacque prepared and performed at the New Federal Theater in New York City, a performance center established to give valuable open doors to minorities and women. Early in his acting profession, Blacque started making visitor appearances in sitcoms like What’s Happening!!, Sanford and Son, The Bob Newhart Show, The Tony Randall Show, Good Times, and Taxi, and tried out for long-lasting jobs on others, remembering Venus Flytrap for WKRP in Cincinnati, in the end played by Tim Reid.

In 1981 Taurean Blacque joined the cast of the police dramatization Hill Street Blues, remaining with the show all through its run, which finished in 1987. While showing up on that show, he was named in 1982 for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, yet lost to individual Hill Street entertainer Michael Conrad, in a year in which every one of the candidates in the class came from the equivalent series.

His dramatic profession went on during his run on the show, winning him a NAACP Image Award for Best Actor (Local) in 1985 for his job in Amen Corner. In 1986 his stage jobs remembered the male lead for the melodic Don’t Get God Started during its underlying six-week summer run in Beverly Hills.

After Hill Street finished, Blacque moved to Atlanta, Georgia, to give a superior home to his youngsters. In Atlanta, he zeroed in on dramatic work while making periodic visitor appearances on TV. Yet again Taurean Blacque striking shows included Stepping Into Tomorrow with Yolanda King in 1987 and a 1988 recovery of Ceremonies in Dark Old Men. His TV work incorporated a pilot, Off-Duty, for CBS, in which Blacque played a cop; the show was not gotten by the network.

Blacque likewise had a little voice job in Disney’s vivified film Oliver and Company as the voice of Roscoe. In 1989, he depicted Henry Marshall on NBC’s Generations. His film work in this period remembered a lead job for the 1989 sci-fi film DeepStar Six.

Adoptive Parent

Taurean Blacque at first was approached to act as representative for the County of Los Angeles Adoption Services office however he had no receptive kids at that point. After investigating reception, he asserted that he was informed that since he was single, he was not qualified to embrace. Be that as it may, he went ahead, in the long run taking on ten youngsters, notwithstanding the two children he as of now had.

In 1989, he was asked by President George H. W. Bramble to act as a public representative for reception.

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Dead At 82

Entertainer Taurean Blacque as of late died at 82 years old following a short disease. The news was reported by his loved ones. Further subtleties on his memorial service are presently anticipated.

Blacque was famous for his various appearances in front of an audience and on TV. Notwithstanding, it was his job as Detective Neal Washington in the series Hill Street Blues that got him acknowledgment.

Taurean Blacque assumed the part of Detective Neal Washington in the NBC police procedural series, Hill Street Blues. He joined the show in 1981 and was designated at the Emmy Awards that year in the class of Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series.

Taurean Blacque personality was a regarded and straightforward cop who generally had a toothpick and cap. Alongside his accomplice, Detective J.D. LaRue, his police work, some of the time disregarded the arrangements. In spite of the fact that LaRue’s jokes some of the time disturbed Washington, the two were faithful to one another.

Brought into the world on May 10, 1940, Blacque previously worked at New York City’s New Federal Theater. He then made visitor appearances in sitcoms like What’s Happening!!, The Bob Newhart Show, Good Times and Taxi, among others.

In the wake of trying out for jobs in other TV shows, he was projected in the Hill Street Blues. Following the finish of the show, he kept on showing up in theater and won a NAACP Image Award for his part in Amen Corner in 1985.

Taurean Blacque became famous for his shows, including the melodic, Don’t Get God Started. Taurean then moved to Atlanta, Georgia to give a superior home to his youngsters and oftentimes showed up in front of an audience and on TV. The entertainer was renowned for his exhibitions in Yolanda King in 1987 and Ceremonies in Dark Old Men in 1988.

Blacque played a cop in the pilot episode of the CBS series, Off-Duty. He voiced the personality of Roscoe in Disney’s energized film, Oliver and Company. He likewise assumed the part of Henry Marshall on the NBC drama, Generations, in 1989. Moreover, that very year, he showed up in the sci-fi film DeepStar Six.

Despite the fact that Blacque hadn’t embraced any kids, he was moved toward by the County of Los Angeles Adoption Services office to be there representative. The entertainer had later explained that he was unable to take on any youngster as he was single.