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TERRY CREWS (Branson) Since retiring from the NFL, Terry Crews has traded in his helmet and cleats to pursue an acting career while also becoming the ultimate family man and fitness enthusiast. Over the past few years, Crews has been one of those actors you see almost everywhere; whether he's the overworked dad on "Everybody Hates Chris," a tough guy in the Expendables series, the loveable goofball in White Chicks, Will McAvoy's bodyguard in "The Newsroom," or randy congressman Herbert Love in "Arrested Development," Crews has proven that he's adept at both drama and comedy. He's currently a series regular on FOX's Golden Globe winning freshman comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," playing Sgt. Terry Jeffords, whose ripped exterior belies a sensitive and beleaguered interior. This year Crews has a number of upcoming films including Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club, Draft Day with Kevin Costner, Blended with Adam Sandler, and he will reprise his role in the third installment of the Expendables franchise. Not one to limit himself, Crews will also add author to his resume this year with the release of his first book, Manhood, in May.


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