Although on House of Payne, he was Floyd Jackson he stays the same on Love Thy Neighbor. On House of Payne, Floyd is Curtis' friend and the self-absorbed, proud owner of the Barber Shop. He shows little affection towards individual people, but in times of great need will come out and show affection. His first wife disappeared on him, but after he remarried, the first wife returned looking for a divorce. When he did sign the divorce papers, it turned out she'd written a book, and since he's divorced from her he gets nothing. He has a daughter named Olivia who was dating Zack, one of his barbers. In the sixth season, Floyd's second wife kicks him out so he moves into Curtis and Ella's back yard and started dating Claretha, until his second wife returned, having lost fifty pounds because she was depressed that they were splitting up. While Floyd had been hoping to string both along without either finding out about the other, until they bumped into each other in the Payne house and both subsequently broke up with him and Claretha kicked him out. He is the longest running recurring character on House of Payne. In mid Season 8, he joined the main cast. Floyd has also starred in 3 Tyler Perry plays. First was The Marriage Counselor, where he moved in with his son, Roger and his wife, Judith. He seems to have a strong relationship with Judith's mother T.T., who also was a Katrinian survivor. In Laugh to Keep From Crying, Floyd was the landlord of an apartment building in a bad part of Atlanta. He seem to have a crush on Carol, one of the apartment residents, who shoots him down every time. And in The Haves and the Have Nots, Floyd is a butler at the wealthy Willis' mansion. He tends to keep many secrets in the mansion.
Though Floyd is a character on Love Thy Neighbor, he was in the play version of the TV drama, The Haves and the Have Nots on OWN.