Farewell to Joe E. Tata, the unforgettable Nat of the ‘Peach Pit’ in ‘Beverly Hills 90210’

The actor passed away at 85. The memory of colleague Ian Ziering: “ he was a leader for us guys ”

Joe E. Tata, the unforgettable Nat of the
cult series of the 90s ‘Beverly Hills 90210’,
Yes is died at 85 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. The colleague and friend announced it, Ian Ziering, Steve Sanders on the popular show, on Instagram: “ I remember seeing him in Rockford Files with James Garner years before we worked together – writes the actor posting a photo of his friend – He often played one of the background villains in the original series of ‘Batman’. I stay in the memory as one of the happiest people I have ever worked with, he was as generous with his wisdom as he was with his kindness. Even if the ‘Peach Pit’ it was just a set in the series, it looked like the ‘Joe E. Tata Show’ scene. He could have stayed in the background in many scenes, but he was a leader, especially for us kids. Today my smile fades – concludes Ziering – but cradled in the most beautiful memories together, it makes it pass from my eyes to my heart, where he will always remain ”. The actor also recalls that: ” In the last few months we have lost Jessica Klein, one of 90210’s most prodigious writers and producers, Denise Douse, who played the Mrs. Teasley, and now I am very sorry for the disappearance of Joe E. Tata. ” Joe E. Tata played Nat, the owner of the ‘Peach Pit’, the place where the guys from the popular series most loved by young people in the 90s, they met in every episode. Also Shannen DohertyBrenda Walsh in the series, wanted to remember the missing colleague by posting a photo on her Instagram stories that portrays them together in the TV series.