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Apparently, Hollywood Actor Terry Crews Is An Illustrator – And His Artworks Are Superb!

He’s insanely multi-talented!

When I think of Terry Crews, three things instantly pop up in my mind: Number one, he’s a former football player. Number two, he did some hilarious TV commercial for Old Spice, and number three, that epic car performance of “A Thousand Miles” in the movie White Chicks.

Crews has since appeared in numerous TV shows and movies plus he has been included among people named as TIME Person of the Year 2017. So yes, you get the picture –the guy basically needs no introduction in the entertainment industry.

Apparently, however, the athlete-turned-actor has another secret talent hidden up his sleeves.

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Not everyone knows about this but Terry Crews is actually a great artist.

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In fact, he has been asked to illustrate a cover for Ad Age magazine – and it turned out to be realy awesome.

According to Crews, he began exploring art after seeing Star Wars as a young boy back in 1977.

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Watch Jimmy Kimmel’s interview with Terry Crews about his artistic passion:

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In the interview, Crews shared he painted portraits of other athletes.

This was during the time when he was during his football career. Accepting occasional commissions was his way of supplementing his income.

Additionally, he has also worked as a furniture designer.

This guy is truly multi-talented!

And yeah, he even knows how to play the flute!

Understandably, netizens everywhere are blown away upon learning about the many talents of this genius of a guy.

Check out some of the best comments below:

Of course, we gotta thank the folks over at BoredPanda for this awesome compilation of Terry Crews’ awesomeness.

I think it’s safe to say we all just developed a great amount of appreciation and respect for this fantastic dude!

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24 Celebrities Who Are Also Impressive Artists

These celebrities could double as full-time painters!

What do celebrities do when they find some free time? Well aside from acting in front of the camera or performing in front of massive audiences, some popular personalities spend their spare time in front on the canvas, using brushes and paints to express themselves.

It's really quite surprising to consider, especially if you see the quality of their work. In fact, we think some of these actors and musicians can actually double as full-time painters.

This compilation shows us the visually-creative side of our favorite celebrities so pay close attention. You'll be blown away to know that funny man Jim Carrey (The Mask, Ace Ventura, Dumb and Dumber), action star Sylvester Stallone (Rambo, Rocky), Asian actress Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels, Kill Bill), crooner Tony Bennett (Fly Me to the Moon), and singer-songwriter Bob Dylan (The Times They Are A-Changin', Knockin' on Heaven's Door) among others, all have something in common - they're great artists in their own rights.

Check this compilation out and see for yourself:

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New Game ‘Jurassic World Alive’ is ‘Pokemon Go’ But with Dinosaurs

Pokemon Go + dinosaurs = 1 epic game!

Dinosaur enthusiasts, pay attention. It looks like you will finally get the chance to catch some dinosaurs, Pokemon Go-style, with an upcoming new game from Ludia – and it’s going to be called Jurassic World Alive, after the popular dinosaur franchise.

According to reports we’ve gathered online, Jurassic World Alive is a mobile, location-based game that allows players to collect dinosaurs from different parts of the world.

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Adorable Little Sisters Recreate Oscar Best Picture Nominees And People Are Loving It!

These girls are brilliant!

Seven years ago, mom Maggie Storino got a black tutu for her baby girl. She let her put it on and took a photo of her, recreating the 2011 Oscar-nominated film, "Black Swan." People loved how the little girl was able to pull it off and the photo went viral. That's what led Maggie to create the project called "Don't Call Me Oscar."

When asked to describe her clever project involving her three little girls, Maggie describes it as "One family's journey through the best picture nominees. Every year, the girls and their mom are able to produce photos with intricate details. And each time, the trio -- composed of Sophia, 7, Sadie, 5 and Sloane 2 -- does it exquisitely. Below are photos of Maggie's project, which include this year's Best Picture nominees.

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