Terry Crews Bio, Age, Wife, Kids, NFL, Net Worth & Movies
- 1 About Terry Crews
- 2 Bio/Wiki
- 3 Physical Stats
- 4 Figure Measurements
- 5 Extra Ordinary Features
- 6 Family
- 7 Personal Life
- 8 Awards
- 9 Relationship & more
- 10 Favorite Things
- 11 Body Building – Work Out
- 12 Money Factor
- 13 Career
- 14 Movies & TV
- 15 ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’
- 16 Hosting Career
- 17 ‘Manhood’ Book on His Life
- 18 Some unknown facts about
About Terry Crews
Terry Crews is a former American football player. He became a well-known actor for his roles in several popular television sitcoms and game shows besides films. Crews played in the ‘National Football League’ as a defensive end and linebacker. He ended his rather mediocre career in football to pursue an acting career that proved more profitable. He made his debut in the early 2000s and followed it up with quite a few other appearances that got him public attention and recognition. He also appeared in a number of television shows, including a highly-popular reality show and his own reality series starring his entire family.
As a model in television commercials for a popular brand of aftershave, he won the hearts of a lot of people. Crews have developed as a vocal supporter for women’s rights and are an activist against sexual horrors, striking an emotional chord with his audience by sharing the experience of abuse that his family went through at the hands of his cruel father. The ‘Time’ magazine included him in the list of people named ‘Person of the Year’ in 2017 for his courage in sharing with the public his experience of sexual assault.
|Birth Name||Terry Alan Crews|
|Age||(as in 2022) 54 Years|
|Debut||Film: The 6th Day
TV Show: Battle Dome
|Famous For||Playing the defensive end and linebacker in the National Football League. Portraying as Terry Jeffords, NYPD officer in the TV show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine.|
|Sun Sign/Zodiac Sign||Leo|
|Birth Place||Flint, Michigan, United States|
|Date of Birth||July 30, 1968 wikipedia|
|Home Town||Not Known|
|Height (Approx.)||in centimeters-1.91 cm
in meters: 1.91 m
in feet inches: 6’3¼”
|Weight (Approx.)||in kilograms-111 kg
in pounds: 245 lbs
Extra Ordinary Features
|Race / Ethnicity||Black|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Dress Size||Not Known|
|Mother’s Name||Patricia Crews|
|Father’s Name||Terry Crews, Sr.|
|Wife/Spouse||Rebecca King-Crews (M. 1990)|
|Marriage Date||Not Known|
|Children||Azriel Crews, Isaiah Crews, Naomi Burton-Crews, Tera Crews, Wynfrey Crews|
|School||Flint Southwestern Academy, Michigan|
|College/University||Western Michigan University|
|Profession||Actor, former football player|
|Brands Endorsed||Old Spice, Toyota (broadcast during the Super Bowl 2014)|
|Career Manager||3 Arts Entertainment|
Relationship & more
|Favourite Food||Not Known|
|Favourite Actors||Not Known|
|Favourite Colors||Not Known|
|Favourite Sport||Not Known|
Personal Fitness: Terry Crews is a big fan of making a balance in his workout routines. He told that depending wholly on lifting heavy doesn’t make you healthy. So, he tells starting his day by running, a minimum of 4 miles daily. On some days, he follows up running with cycling for a couple of miles. He admits that this routine is good for his heart and mind.
When we talk about the gym workout, he likes big lifts such as power cleans, squats, and bench presses. The big lifts shove up the testosterone level, which makes a huge difference for someone like Terry. Yet, he doesn’t go for one-rep-set style lifts as there is a serious threat of getting injured. Talk on his diet, he is a big fan of intermittent fasting. He takes around 3 to 4 meals in an 8-hour period. He doesn’t eat anything until 2 PM. His first meal comprises salad, bacon, steak, and omelet.
Body Building – Work Out
He normally focuses on 9-12 exercises every time he works out. If you look at the routines, he also works a lot with Cardio workout. On Sundays, he has a day to choose between having a day of training or cardio.
He likes to work out in the morning because it has a calming effect. When he prepared his role in Expendables, he included challenging free-weight exercises like power cleans, deadlifts, and squats that help in increasing his strength and muscle mass. He trained 5-6 days a week and used half-an-hour of cardio exercises for warming up.
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|Estimated Net Worth in 2019 (Approx)||$25 Million|
|Estimated Net Worth in 2018(Approx)||Under Review|
|Annual Salary||Under Review|
|Income Source||Actor, former football player|
As a player of the WMU football team, He was a major force, earning all-conference honors as a defensive end and playing on the 1988 Mid-American Conference champion Broncos. In the 1991 NFL draft, the 6’2”, 245-pound Crews was drafted in the 11th round by the Los Angeles Rams.
He played two seasons with the Rams before becoming an NFL journeyman, playing with the San Diego Chargers (1993-94), Washington Redskins (1995) and Philadelphia Eagles (1996). He also managed to squeeze in a season with the Rhein Fire (Germany) in the World League of American Football.
During his football years, he also tapped his artistic talents. He creating a line of NFL-licensed lithographs for a national sports memorabilia company.
Movies & TV
Crews retired from professional football in 1997. He shortly took on the role of T-Money on the TV action competition Battle Dome (1999). The subsequent year, he made his big-screen debut in The 6th Day, pursued by a string of small roles in such films as Friday After Next (2002), Serving Sara (2002) and Deliver Us From Eva (2003).
In the year 2005 Crews made a bigger sensation when he returned to the small screen, landing the reappearing role of Julius on Chris Rock’s comedy Everybody Hates Chris. With his face seen on TVs across the country, Crews began getting more film parts. His roles in White Chicks (2004), The Longest Yard (2005) and Norbit (2007) followed.
Crews soon began getting larger roles in high-profile movies such as Balls of Fury (2007), Get Smart (2008), Terminator Salvation (2009), The Expendables (2010) and Bridesmaids (2011). Crews also reprised his Expendables role as Hale Caesar in two sequels and a video game based on the series. Currently, he is appearing in the largest show America’s Got Talent.
The second decade of the 2000s has been a good one for Crews. He became a reality TV star in the BET show The Family Crews (2010-11), which featured his entire family. He also took on roles in three popular TV shows: Are We There Yet?, Arrested Development, and the Golden Globe-winning Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
In 2014 Crews also continued his movie work, starring in the Adam Sandler comedy Blended, and he was named the host of the TV game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? With all of this work under his belt, however, Crews may still be best known for starring as the pumped-up spokesman in a string of popular Old Spice deodorant commercials.
Along with supplying voiceover work for programs like American Dad! and the big screen’s Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013), Crews appeared in the Marvel superhero flick Deadpool 2 (2018) as Bedlam. He also continued with TV hosting duties, helming the Netflix reality competition series Ultimate Beastmaster in 2017, and America’s Got Talent: The Champions in 2019.
‘Manhood’ Book on His Life
In 2014 Crews became an author with the release of his memoir Manhood: How to Be a Better Man Or Just Live With One. In the book, he details his childhood growing up in a strict Christian family with an alcoholic father and tells how he made his dreams of a career in Hollywood come true. He also confesses to an addiction to p*rnography that started at the age of 12, and how later in his life it almost ruined his marriage.
Some unknown facts about
- While playing college football for Western Michigan Broncos, he was a standout player and even managed to win all-conference honors as a defensive end.
- In the 1991 NFL draft, he was picked by the Los Angeles Rams in the 11th round.
- Before becoming a professional football player, he used to work as a sketch artist for the local news stations.
- During his professional football player days, he used to supplement his income by painting portraits of his teammates.
- Terry Crews is known for being one of the spokesperson and characters in the Old Spice commercials. The company has used two main actors for their brand, Terry Crews and Isaiah Mustafa.
- He has also used his artistic skills to create a range of NFL-licensed lithographs for a sports memorabilia merchandising company.
- He was active as an American Football player from 1991 to 1997.
- In 2014, he published his book, Manhood: How to Be a Better Man Or Just Live With One, in which he discussed his upbringing in a strict Christian family and his ascend to a successful acting career.
- He got his professional training in Brazilian martial art, Jiu-Jitsu from the famous California based instructor, Rigan Machado, who has also mentored celebs such as Vin Diesel and Charlie Hunnam.
- He is professional in playing the flute.