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T.C. Carson

T.C. Carson

Born and raised in Chicago, T.C. Carson was always encouraged by his family to pursue his dream of becoming a professional performer. Multi-talented, he started by appearing in many local plays and musicals, including The Wiz, Dreamgirls, Ain't Misbehavin' and The Colored Museum, which won the Joseph Jefferson Award as Best Actor. His stage work led to television roles in The Mary Thomas Story, WGN's Emmy Award-winning Fast Break To Glory and the recurring role of JoJo on the FOX series, Key West.

When cast in the starring role of Livin' Large, his first feature film, Carson decided to move to Los Angeles to further his career. He quickly landed a starring role on the hit series Living Single, and continued on the show for five seasons. His other feature film credits include Gang Related, Firehawk and Relax…It's Just Sex, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1998. He next will be seen in the independent feature Seduced, due for release this coming summer.

Besides acting, Carson loves to sing. He has produced and performed his own concerts such as Into My World at the Atlas in Los Angeles and Innocent Love which included playing with guest musicians Patrice Rushen and Indugu Chancellor at UCLA's Royce Hall. He recently co-wrote and co-produced every song on his debut CD Truth, independent of a record company. Truth is available on Amazon.com.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.

T.C. Carson Facts

Also known asTerrence Carson
OccupationActor

Selected Filmography

Not available.