Terry Crews is an American actor as well as former NFL player with a net worth of twenty million. Terry crews has earned the net worth of his via the acting career of his of television viewing and films, and also voice acting in animated films and as a former football player in the NFL. Born Terry Alan Crews on July thirty, 1968, in Flint, Michigan, he first made a name for himself in the National Football League, carving out a seven-year-long career playing for the L.A. Rams, the San Diego Chargers, the Washington Redskin and the Philadelphia Eagles. But once he retired from the NFL, Crews focused the attention of his to the movie company. Once he made the debut of his in the Arnold Schwarzenegger sci fi action The 6th Day (2000), Crews landed some more memorable roles in the comedies Friday After Next (2002) and the Longest Yard (2005). The successful feature film of his turns led Crews to become a regular on Chris is Hated by Everybody (UPN, 2006-09), 2005-06/The CW and also earned him a sidesplitting turn in Mike Judge's Idiocracy (2006). While the above cemented his growing reputation as a comedic talent, he kept on playing serious functions in the crime drama Street Kings (2008), action adventure sequel Terminator Salvation (2009), as well as Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables (2010) and the sequel of its The Expendables two (2012). Meanwhile, Crews could be seen in a series of TV advertisements for Old Spice; the own reality show of his, The Family Crews (BET, 2010); and also in the sitcom, Are We There Yet? (TBS, 2010). As for the personal life of his, he's married to Rebecca King Crews, a former beauty queen and gospel recording artist, with who he's 4 daughters and a son.
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