Quote: "Mike Tyson has been through a lot in his life, just like me, and now he's able to laugh at himself. He's made a lot of mistakes. He's one of the most well-adjusted ex-athletes I've ever seen, and I've met a lot of them. He's now in a good place, thank goodness. I love him." Former American footballer-turned-movie star Terry Crews is full of praise for pal Mike Tyson.
Quote: "I have huge hands... I'm a freak of nature. I've got a huge tongue. I've got things on me that are outsized... but feet and hands and ears... I lift weights so I can grow into all these things. It worked out." The Expendables star Terry Crews has some out-of-proportion body parts.
Fact: American football star-turned-actor Terry Crews accidentally sent out his personal phone number to his more than 440,000 Twitter followers on Tuesday (11Aug15). The Expendables star wrote the post, "You’re RIGHT man (phone number) I LOVE to see people make it happen! God bless." The tweet was intended as a direct message to a friend, and was later deleted after followers called his voicemail and left messages for the star.
Fact: American football star-turned-actor Terry Crews is stepping down from his post as host of long-running U.S. gameshow Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? after just one season. Crews, who also stars in sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, began his presenting job last year (14). The Bachelor host Chris Harrison will take over Crews' duties when the 14th season begins this autumn (15).
Quote: "You take fashion risks, you stay on the edge... What happens is, people say, 'Oh my God, I love that!' or 'Oh my God, I hate that!' but you're never boring... If no one says anything, you've failed... I would much rather make an impact (than none at all)." Action man Terry Crews has no problem landing on fashion bloggers' worst dressed lists.
Fact: The Expendables star Terry Crews is adding another hosting gig to his resume as he is set to emcee the 30th Annual Television Critics Association Awards in Beverly Hills, California on 19 July (14). The former American football star-turned-actor, who also stars in sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, was recently tapped as the new host of longrunning game show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?