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TYRESE GIBSON (Kyle) is a force of nature; successfully conquering the music, film and fashion industry.  This past summer Tyrese reprised his role as USAF Tech Sergeant Epps in the highly anticipated Paramount Film's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. He could also recently be seen in Universal Pictures' Death Race, a live action film opposite Jason Stratham, John Allan. The film was produced by Paula Wagner and written & directed by Paul Anderson.

In 2009 Tyrese created the comic book MAYHEM with Image Comics. The comic debuted at Comic Con 2009 and became the first ever comic book available (and readable) via Apple's iTunes.

It all began in 1998 when Tyrese signed a record deal with RCA Records and completed his first self-titled debut album, which was nominated for a Grammy and featured the smash hit, "Sweet Lady.” As a young guy from Watts, California, Tyrese gained the attention of the music industry and fans alike and was rewarded with an American Music Award for "New Artist.”

The attention caught the eye of the fashion industry and Tyrese found unheralded success as a model and was soon made the face of Tommy Hilfiger's clothing line. His modeling career helped him to launch into television and his star began to rise when he landed as the host of "MTV Jams,” and helped the show to become the music channel's highest rated program at the time. 

He never stopped working on his music and shortly after, his sophomore album, "2000 Watts” was released. The hit record, "Just a Baby Boy” with Snoop Dogg was featured on the soundtrack of Tyrese's debut film, Baby Boy, written and directed by John Singleton.

Tyrese received his second Grammy nomination with his completed third album "I Wanna Go There” in which he introduced the hit "How U Gonna Act Like That,” the first release on his second label with Clive Davis and J-Records. He then became the first and only African Americn male model to land a multi-million dollar contract when he signed with GUESS to represent their brand. In 2006, Tyrese released his double album "Alter Ego” and in turn, released his alter ego Black-Ty. The second side of the album is entirely hip-hop where Tyrese performs as Black-Ty with tracks featuring Snoop Dogg and The Game among others. In June 2007, Tyrese formed "TGT” an R & B super group with recording artists Ginuwine and Tank. Their first single "Please Don't Go” instantly soared to the top of the Billboard charts.

Throughout all of his endeavors, Tyrese kept his focus on acting and starred in the box office hit 2 Fast 2 Furious directed by John Singleton and co-starring Paul Walker and Eva Mendez. Of course, he added his musical presence to that soundtrack with a song titled "Pick up the Phone” featuring Ludacris and R. Kelly. In 2004, he could be seen in Flight of the Phoenix opposite Dennis Quaid and Giovanni Ribissi. He teamed up with director John Singleton once again in 2005, starring opposite Mark Wahlberg in Paramount's gritty revenge flick Four Brothers. That same year, Tyrese was seen in Touchstone Pictures' highly anticipated film Annapolis alongside James Franco and Donnie Wahlberg. In 2006, he was featured in the Universal Focus Feature film Waist Deep, opposite Megan Goode.

Tyrese launched his company HeadQuarter Entertainment—Home of the Frontline Boyz in 2006 which is a multi-media empire featuring a film & TV production company, a music studio, recording label and talent management firm. "A one stop shop” as Tyrese likes to proudly describe his company. Leading the way for HeadQuarter's musical vision are the much buzzed about The Frontline BoyZ, a team of music producers hand picked by Tyrese. Recently, Tyrese sold his script TO EACH HIS OWN to Sony Pictures where he is attached to star and produce. Currently, HeadQuarter Entertainment is producing the BET series "First In” which chronicles the lives of firefighters in Compton, California.


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