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Former NFL football player TERRY CREWS (Earl Devereaux) traded in his helmet and
cleats to pursue an acting career, and become the ultimate family man and fitness
enthusiast. Since retiring from the NFL in 1997, Crews has landed roles in Friday After
Next, Soul Plane, White Chicks, Idiocracy, Bridesmaids and The Longest Yard. Terry
has starred on shows such as "Are We There Yet?," "Everybody Hates Chris," and
HBO's "The Newsroom," as well as the BET reality series "The Family Crews." In film,
Crews has starred in The Expendables franchise, has recently wrapped Adam Sandler's
latest production Blended, and has been getting rave reviews for his comedic
performance in Netflix's reboot of "Arrested Development." Next, Crews can be seen
alongside Andy Samberg in FOX's new comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." He is also the
spokesman for Old Spice's award winning Smell is Power campaign. A true renaissance
man, Crews has entered yet another field and has just inked a book deal with Random
Crews was born in Flint, Mich., and attended Flint Southwestern Academy. He earned
an Art Excellence Scholarship to attend the Interlochen Center for the Arts and then
Western Michigan University. While completing his studies as an art major, Crews was
a key member of the WMU football team, earning all-conference honors as a defensive
end. Crews was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams in the 1991 NFL Draft. He carved out
a career that lasted six seasons, including stints with the Rams, San Diego Chargers,
Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles.
Crews lives in Los Angeles with his wife of nearly 25 years, Rebecca. They have five
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