Mar 15, 2023
The Reverend and the Reprobate sit down with iconic musician, voice, stage, and film actor TC Carson! Emmy Award winner TC Carson talks to the @RevRepPodcast about how playing the culture shaping role of Kyle Barker on the hit show "Living Single", what it was like to become a master Jedi as Mace Windu, and his process in creating the genre defining character of Kratos the Fatherless.
The guys dive into discussion about the importance of music, the resurgence of vinyl, and how struggles help create the greatest art. @TCCarsonMusic tells the Rev and Rep about his upcoming projects as well as a foray into a new genre in the acclaimed film "Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls".
In Controlled Rowdiness we find out what Kratos thinks of Mace Windu, whether or not therapy could help Onyx the Fortuitous or Kratos the Fatherless, and what Kyle and Max are up to these days.
More from TC: https://www.officialtccarson.com
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It’s no secret that there are countless famous singers, actors, and dancers who grace television and film. There are; however, only a select few artists who are Triple Threats: They sing, act, and dance with equal excellence. Terrence “TC” Carson is one such artist.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, TC grew up as an only child. He was raised by his beloved mother in the LeClaire Courts projects. After attending and graduating from Chicagoland schools, he attended the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign where he majored in architecture and creative design and became a member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
A trained dancer and an Emmy Award-winning actor, TC was encouraged by his family to become an artist. He has performed in iconic plays, musicals, and tour productions from “The Wiz” and “Sesame Street Live” to “Dreamgirls”, “Ain’t Misbehavin”, and “Blackberry Daze”. He is best known for portraying Kyle Barker on the FOX sitcom, Living Single; voicing Mace Windu on Star Wars: The Clone Wars; and his long-running voicing of Kratos in the God of War video game series. He is known to a new generation of fans as a recurring guest star on the Oprah Winfrey Network's mystery drama series, Greenleaf; voicing Samuel in the PBS Kids animated series Clifford the Big Red Dog; and as guest star on The CW's superhero drama series, Black Lightning, and CMT's musical soap opera series, Nashville.
A gifted vocalist, TC has the vocal range of Al Jarreau and the percussive skill of Bobby McFerrin, two artists he admires. His recordings and live performances offer an eclectic mix of classics and new grooves, each with his signature sound. From soaring falsetto to velvety, rich baritone, his vocal artistry tells stories about loving and living. (officialtccarson.com)