Grady Demond Wilson is an American actor, author, and pastor. He is best known for his role opposite Redd Foxx as Fred Sanford's long-suffering son, Lamont Sanford, in the 1970s’ NBC-TV sitcom Sanford and Son.
Demond Wilson and Redd Foxx played junk men on Sanford and Son but golly, their network didn’t have to treat them like one! Well at least that’s what happened according to Demond Wilson a.k.a. “Lamont.” Demond revealed some shocking information about how NBC treated two of their top ranking stars back in the day and how he and Redd Foxx were NOT trying to hear that.
Lamont (Demond Wilson) is Fred's partner and son who desperately wants out of the family business to find new opportunities for himself. When Lamont does threaten to leave, Fred fakes a heart attack and proclaims to his late wife Elizabeth, ''Oh, this time its real, I'm a-comin', Elizabeth!'' to guilt him into staying.
Demond Wilson, best known for his role as “Lamont” on Sanford and Son, once revealed some very detailed information about what he was secretly doing after the cameras stopped rolling back in the day.