TERRENCE HOWARD (Robby) won the NAACP Image Award as Outstanding Supporting Actor for his performance in the hit romantic comedy "The Best Man," for which he also received an Independent Spirit Award nomination and a nomination from the Chicago Film Critics Association.
Howard will be seen this year in the upcoming films "All That Glitters," starring
Mariah Carey; Alan Rudolph's Investigating Sex," with Nick Nolte; and Hart's War," a
World War II drama co-starring Bruce Willis and Cohn Farrell, directed by Gregory
Hoblit. He recently starred in critically acclaimed HBO drama "Boycott," a true story
from the Civil Rights movement in the 1950s. co-starring Jeffrey Wright. Howard's previous film credits include the Martin Lawrence comedy "Big
Momma's House," "The Best Laid Plans," "Spark," "The Player's Club,"
"johns," "Sunset Park," "Mr. Holland's Opus" and "Dead Presidents."
For television, Howard portrayed the young Cassius Clay in ABC's Muhammad Ali biopic "King of the World," and co-starred in the ABC telefilm "The Jackson Five: An American Dream." His series credits include "N.Y.P.D. Blue,"" Sparks," "Coach," "Picket Fences," "Law & Order," "Family Matters" and "The Cosby Show."
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