On the next LIVE guest interview from the Everything Geek Podcast which will take place tomorrow, we’ll be interviewing actor/producer/writer/director/artist/curator Terrell Tilford!

Terrell is best known for playing Semage in Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, Eric Bishop in Switched at Birth, David Grant in Guiding Light, Dr. Greg Evans in One Life to Live, Sean Clarke in Single Ladies, Ramon ‘Romeo’ Rush in The Protector, Dr. Barton Shelby in The Young and the Restless and Dr. Bob Carrington and D.A. James Giddens in Days of Our Lives. His other notable roles include Pastor Crandall in Blackbird, Martin Jarett in A Cold Hard Truth, Westmoreland in H4, Brian Pierson in Broken Roads, Jeff in Jackson, Paul Black in Dimensional Shift, News Anchor in Serenity, Malik Todd in Soul Food, Levi Hall in MDs, Marab in Star Trek: Enterprise, Agent Reynolds and Paul Wilson in 24, Vice Principal Omar Caffey in Lincoln Heights, Peyton Calhoun in All of Us, Adrian Graham and George Craven in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Agent Hart in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Armek in Supergirl, Robert Ertz in Lucifer, Hawthorne Carter in Castle, Dr. Kyle Aldridge in Bones, Commander David Nash in Criminal Minds, Navy Captain Jack Painter in NCIS and Dr. Quinn Brookman in CSI: NY. Terrell’s behind the scenes credits include a Director, a Writer and a Producer on What Are You?, a Writer and an Executive Producer on Strokes of Genius, an Executive Producer on Broken Roads and an Associate Producer on H4, American Bred and The Abandon.

We’ll be taking YOUR questions for Terrell as well, so if you have any questions for Terrell on any of his roles/works, please leave them in the comments or call-in when we look for questions or call-ins from our listeners! Terrell’s full list of credits can be found here:

Terrell’s Credits
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By Ruari Williamson

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