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  1. Terrell Tilford has developed a reputation for taking on challenging roles. He returns to Single Ladies for season 3, reprising his role of "Sean" a past love of LisaRaye's (Keisha). His presence, once again, comes at a pivotal and possibly threatening moment for "Malcolm", played by DB Woodside. The leading man with character-actor tastes received critical acclaim in the West Coast premiere of Richard Greenberg's Tony Award winning stage play "Take Me Out" at the Geffen Playhouse, as well as......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Terrell Tilford has developed a reputation for taking on challenging roles. He returns to Single Ladies for season 3, reprising his role of "Sean" a past love of LisaRaye's (Keisha). His presence, once again, comes at a pivotal and possibly threatening moment for "Malcolm", played by DB Woodside.

    The leading man with character-actor tastes received critical acclaim in the West Coast premiere of Richard Greenberg's Tony Award winning stage play "Take Me Out" at the Geffen Playhouse, as well as garnered recognition for his controversial turn in the film anthology, "The DL Chronicles". An MFA graduate of Rutgers University and the University of California at Berkeley, Tilford has performed at such theatres as the Guthrie, the McCarter, Actors' Gang, The Matrix, Black Dahlia and a slew of New York houses. For his stagework, Terrell has been honored with two NAACP Theatre Awards, LA Stage Ovation Awards and the Backstage Garland Award for Best Ensemble for StickFly and for the Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble's production of Elmina's Kitchen.

    Television audiences may recognize Terrell from his recurring roles on such shows as the Showtime series "Soul Food", "24", "Lincoln Heights", "Star Trek: Enterprise", "Shark", "MDs", "Just Legal" & "All of Us". Other television appearances include "NCIS", "Bones", "CSI:NY", "The District", "Girlfriends", "My Wife & Kids", "CSI", "Cosby", "Coach", and for the Lifetime network: "Army Wives" and the movie "Maneater" opposite Sarah Chalke. He also received an NAACP Image Award nomination for his work on "One Life to Live" as Dr. Greg Evans.
    This past year saw Terrell once again stretch his film and television repertoire. He recently completed principal photography on three films including "Blackbird" opposite Academy Award winner Mo'Nique & Isaiah Washington. In addition, he serves as Executive Producer of the feature film "Broken Roads", starring Academy Award-nominee Sally Kirkland, as an Associate Producer on the sci-fi television pilot "The Abandon" and as a Producer alongside Harry Lennix on an adaptation of Henry IV for the screen, "H4", starring Angus MacFadyen, Keith David & Harry Lennix.

    An Art curator/gallerist/collector and natural athlete for playing baseball, golf and running the New York and Los Angeles marathons, Terrell is married to the triple-threat Victoria Platt, whom he met while working on "Guiding Light".

    For more, check him out at TerrellTilford.com or at twitter.com/TerrellTilford.

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