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

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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