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A former pro football player for the L.A Rams, San Diego Chargers and the Washington Redskins, TERRY CREWS (Big Jack) is one of the most versatile actors to make this transition from sports to film and television. This athlete-turned-actor will next be seen in "Balls of Fire.” He will also be in the forthcoming "How to Rob a Bank” and "Who's Your Caddy?”

On television, Crews continues in his critically acclaimed role as "Julius” in the CW series "Everybody Hates Chris.” This was inspired by the childhood experiences of comedian Chris Rock, who narrates the hilarious, touching story of a teenager growing up as the eldest of three children in Brooklyn, New York during the early 1980s.

Crews' additional film credits include "The Longest Yard,” "Idiocracy,” "Harsh Times”, "White Chicks,” "Baadasssss!” "Malibu's Most Wanted” and "Friday After Next.”

Born and raised in Flint, Michigan, Crews was a teenager when he witnessed the downward spiral of the city and the collapse of the auto industry. To escape the hardships around him, Crews turned to the world of art. In High School he won an art scholarship to attend the Interlochen Art Academy. He earned an Art Excellence Scholarship to attend Western Michigan University. His plan was to become a special-effects artist in Hollywood right after college. However, during his freshman year, he walked on to the football team. He went on to play All Mid-American Conference defensive end, highlighted by winning the Mid-American Conference championship in 1988.

Crews lives in California with his wife of 16 years and their five children.


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