Terence Rosemore is an award winning Actor, Filmmaker, Musician and Artist who has worked with some of the biggest names in the game in his thirty plus years in the entertainment industry.

Born in Great Falls, Montana, Rosemore was raised in New Orleans where he got his start producing shows for Cox Cable. He has appeared in dozens of films and TV shows including Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, True Detective, Triple 9, Queen Sugar and Brightburn. Rosemore also voices several characters in the hit video game Red Dead Redemption 2.

His extensive behind the camera credits includes Dr. Phil, The Fast and the Furious:Tokyo Drift, The Skeleton Key and Monster’s Ball. From 1999 to 2001 Rosemore served as Cash Money Records Casting Director, casting the feature film Baller Blockin, as well as music videos for Lil Wayne,  Juvenile, The Hot Boys, Manny Fresh and The Big Tymers. Mr. Rosemore was a founding member of the Eastside Live and ONP Players sketch comedy troupes. 

In 2006 he and writing partner C.L Taylor created Refugeefilms.Tv one of the first virtual networks streaming original content. Projects created by Rosemore's Out of Nowhere Films has been featured on Fox Television, ABC, NBC/Universal's DotComedy.com, and Columbia/Sony's Crackle.com. 

Also a drummer, Rosemore was a founding member of groundbreaking Hip-Hop bands Funk Family Kollective and Soul Remedy, and has toured Asia and Europe with Donald Harrison's Guardians of the Flame Mardi Gras Indians. His visual Art has been featured on Tumblr and in over a dozen feature film and TV shows. 

Mr. Rosemore's latest projects include his feature film directorial debut Different Worlds, a joint U.S. and Nigerian production. His upcoming producing projects include the gritty New Orleans thriller 3rd World co-written with C.L.Taylor, and Jason McNeeses's zombie thriller The Smiths. 

Also an educator, he has taught acting, screenwriitng and filmmaking for the last twenty five years in schools throughout Louisiana. Rosemore says his goal is to"Significantly increase minority and female participation in all aspects of the Arts and Entertainment industries.”