John Singleton
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Jason Statham
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Michael Bay
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John Turturro
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Paul Walker
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Tyrese Gibson

Knowledge Identifier: +Tyrese_Gibson


Tyrese Gibson

American Ramp;B singer, rapper, actor, author, former fashion model and MTV VJadd

Category: Music

Born in 1978.

Countries: United States (73%), United Kingdom (9%), Brazil (9%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Singleton, Jason Statham, Michael Bay

Linked to: EMI, University of Delaware, NPR, Twitter




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Tyrese Gibson was born in 1978 add something


As an actor, he rose into prominence when he starred in John Singleton's Baby Boy in 2001, which Singleton confirmed "A prequel of Boyz n the Hood" in which he wrote and directed 10 years earlier in 1991, receving an Academy Award nomination. add something


Tupac Shakur - It was eventually filmed with Tyrese Gibson in his place and released in 2001, five years after Shakur's death


Both films were box-office hits in the summers of 2003 and 2005, respectively. add something


Gibson went on to act in Waist Deep in 2006, starring Meagan Good. add something


James Franco - In 2006, Franco co-starred with Tyrese Gibson in "Annapolis" and played legendary hero Tristan in "Tristan & Isolde", a period piece dramatization of the Tristan and Iseult story starring British actress Sophia Myles


Beouf, Josh Duhamel, John Turturro, Megan Fox, Anthony Anderson and Jon Voight in Transformers, Directed and prodiced by Michael Bay, with Steven Spielberg as the executive producer. add something


In 2008, he co-starred with Jason Statham in Death Race, Legion in 2010, the same year he appeared in the music video 'Telephone' by Lady Gaga. add something


In 2011, he reprised his role of Roman Pearce in Fast Five , which was set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. add something


Tyrese has spoken out on paternal involvement in child rearing, writing a poem on fatherhood and appearing on HLN in June, 2012. add something


On May 8, 2012, Tyrese released his first novel entitled "How to Get Out of Your Own Way" add something


Indashio - In February 2012 Indashio launched "Fall in Love" collection at New York Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2012 and held an after party at Greenhouse which was attended by NFL player James Dockery, Tyrese Gibson and Rocsi Diaz and DJ Clue DJ'ed


In 2013, Tyrese announced that he was working on a third novel entitled "Black Rose" add something


In 2013, the album earned Tyrese his third Grammy nomination at the 2013 Grammy awards for Best R&B Album add something


In early 2013, it was announced & confirmed after much speculation, Tyrese, Ginuwine, & Tank are going to release their debut collaboration album and it will be distributed by Atlantic Records add something


On April 10, 2013, Tyrese announced that he is working on a new album entitled "Black Rose", stated to release some time in 2014 add something


In December 2013 Tyrese laid flowers at the crash site of Paul Walker who was a good friend of his add something


Beats Electronics - The impending deal was prematurely and indirectly revealed in a photo and YouTube video posted to Facebook by Tyrese Gibson in late May 8, 2014


It will be a double album set to be released in the summer of 2015 add something


On July 10, 2015, "Black Rose" was released and had debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 77,000 copies, making it Tyrese's first number one album of his career add something


He married Samantha Lee on February 14, 2017 add something


In October 2017, Gibson confirmed he is working on an upcoming project titled "Identity Theft", stated that he will return back to the alter ego Black Ty and that the album will focus more on his hip hop roots and will "change hip hop" add something


In March 2019, Gibson joined Jared Leto in Sony's Spider-Man spinoff "Morbius" add something