Recorded in 2019, actor, comedian, activist, artist, bodybuilder, and former professional football player, Terry Crews, sits down with host Michael Kay to talk about his life, acting career, speaking out on sexual assault, along with so much more. Please subscribe to the CenterStage podcast and follow us everywhere!
WOW: College Football in April, NBA BLM, Coronavirus SHEEP, Terry Crews
Am I Wrighster or Am I Wrong (WOW)? You are more likely to see college football in April than you are in September. The NBA is returning and will have Social Justice causes on the jerseys and courts. It may make people tired, but who cares? The coronavirus sheep are out and about calling other people sheep. Terry Crews stepped in a piled of manure, but I get it.
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Your Boy Terry Crews Trippin Again. Funnystyle Cats #BlackLivesMatter & More! This is Loungin' w/ NERDSoul and Lady Lisa where it's about Entertainment and Culture because them twitter streets is talkin!
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Terry Crews is back on Talk Stoop! Terry let's Nessa know how he is staying in shape during the quarantine, his new obsession with TikTok, his YouTube show, Celebrity Substitute, how he first discovered his love for art and entertainment and so much more!
Terry Crews is perhaps best known for his hilarious bicep-bulging Old Spice videos, but since achieving viral YouTube fame, Terry has gone on to become a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood. He has starred in hit TV series such as Everybody Hates Chris and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and is featured in popular movies including White Chicks, The Longest Yard, Bridesmaids, The Expendables. Now the host of America’s Got Talent, Terry has also been outspoken about the harms of porn since 2015 when he repped a “Porn Kills Love” tee on Instagram.
Listen as Terry Crews tells podcast host Garrett Jonsson how he really feels about pornography—especially during this time of social isolation during the current COVID-19 crisis. Hear why he’s on a mission to educate individuals about porn’s harms while also being a beacon of hope for those who feel stuck in their recovery.
You can get more of Terry Crews by tuning into Brooklyn Nine-Nine, America’s Got Talent, and connecting with him on social media at @terrycrews.
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Terry Crews survived a lot. He survived a tumultuous upbringing in an alcoholic household. He survived the destruction of his hometown, Flint, Michigan. He survived playing in the NFL. He survived a pornography addiction that sent him to rehab, and his marriage survived it too. And he survived a confrontation with Hollywood agents that he was certain would end his career. Terry tells Marc how his love of art, music and comedy always won out and how projects like Idiocracy, Brooklyn 99 and America’s Got Talent have embedded him in the culture. This episode is sponsored by Dave's Killer Bread and Yo, Is This Racist?
Recorded on June 13, 2019. A career retrospective with Terry Crews. Moderated by Jenelle Riley, Variety.
Terry Crews - Host of America’s Got Talent: The Champions and America’s Got Talent season 14
Action-movie hero, sitcom star, children’s book illustrator, advertising pitchman, playable video game character, talent show host, high-end furniture designer, and human rights activist all describe the man that is Terry Crews. If it feels as if Crews is everywhere this summer, that’s because he is: Crews stars on the NBC hit series Brooklyn Nine-Nine which will return midseason. After hosting January’s America’s Got Talent: Champions, which earned the HIGHEST RATINGS of any show in its demo, NBC signed Crews as the official host of their regular broadcast of America’s Got Talent which will premiered Tuesday, May 28th at 8pm. Crews is also the face (and muscles) of Old Spice, a playable character in Microsoft’s Xbox One game Crackdown 3, and a force in the design and art world where his 2017 high-end furniture collection, in partnership with iconic Bernhardt Designs, has been picking up awards across the country and he’s about to release his second collection later this fall. Crews was also named one of TIME Magazine’s 2017 “Person of the Year” as one of the “Silence Breakers,” speaking out against sexual harassment following the MeToo movement that has taken the world by storm. Crews’ no-holds-barred approach to working has made him a force to be reckoned with as his career continues to evolve.