Terence Rosemore is an award winning Filmmaker and Actor who has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry including Robert Duvall, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle, John Hurt, Lil Wayne, Usher and Laurence Fishburne amongst others. As an Actor, he has appeared in dozens of Feature Film and Television movies such as The Apostle, Candyman 2, A Lesson Before Dying, Dark Angel, and Pride. He is currently starring on HBO’s critically acclaimed series Treme as Deputy Chief Eugene Marsden. He has appeared in theatrical stage productions in New York, Europe and Asia. His stage credits include The Piano Lesson (New York), My Father’s Father (Paris), and Colored Museum, in which he won the 1992 Black Theater Festival’s Best Actor award. He has toured extensively across the U.S. and abroad as a Drummer and Percussionist with Donald Harrison’s Mardi Gras Indian tribe Guardians of The Flame. His Directing and Producing credits include the documentary My People, which premiered at the Museum of African Diaspora in San Francisco, the critically acclaimed Transforming The Dream (ABC Television) and the award winning short films Patrick Thompson, The Lottery and Eclipse to Black. His extensive Film/TV production credits include the Dr. Phil show, The Doctors, Fast and Furious 3, NFL Films, The Skeleton Key, Monster’s Ball, Pride, 24, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Glory Road, Dracula 2000 amongst many others. In addition to his creative endeavors, Rosemore is active in the community teaching filmmaking to New Orleans youth. He has worked with the New Orleans Recreation Department, Young Audiences, Junior Achievement, Louisiana Theater for the Deaf, the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, WRBH Radio for the blind, and the New Orleans and Jefferson Parish Public School systems. In 2000 Terence was recognized one of Gambit magazines “Forty under Forty”, awarded to individuals who are making a difference in the greater New Orleans community. Born in Great Falls, Montana, he currently splits his time between New Orleans and Los Angeles Developing TV/Film projects and teaching. Rosemore says his ultimate goal is to “…significantly increase minority and female participation in all aspects of the Arts and Entertainment industry.