Terry Crews Used to Paint NFL Players in the Locker Room, Was a Courtroom Sketch Artist

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Former artist turned football player turned actor, Terry Crews, was on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and talked about his first job in entertainment.

Before watching the video I was a little confused by the title, ‘Terry Crews Has Lived Several Different Lives.’ But holy sh*t, the dude’s really managed to flip the switch at just about every pivotal point in his life.

He enters high school: becomes a courtroom sketch artist and covers the most high profile murder case in Flint, Michigan history.

College: becomes a standout player at Western Michigan, gets drafted in the 11th round of the NFL

NFL: realizes he probably isn’t going to make it, so he begins to charge FIVE GRAND to paint players.



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