Terrence is now an Elite Judge with “Elite Performance Challenge Dance Competition” working alongside SYTYCD Alumni! Tour schedule can be found here:
Check out the trailer for “The Eye’s” coming to theaters in April! So excited for my big screen debut with AMC Movie Theaters.
2017 is off to a great start! Recent Bookings include The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt! Also thrilled to have premiered in Z the Beginning of Everything this month! More exciting news to come about past projects and one currently in editing!
Now available for download “A Different Class” by Leigh Ellwood Narrated By Terrence Clowe on Audible & Amazon!
Catch Terrence in the new Direct TV commercial sweating in spin class!
Now available for download “The Wolf and the Butterfly, Black Hills Wolves” by Kerry Adrienne Narrated By Terrence Clowe on Audible, Itunes, & Amazon!
Catch Terrence in the role of “Noel” in the premiere of “Grave Secrets” airing 11/2/16
Check out Terrence On “Conan” as he parodies “Hamilton” with Conan, Matthew Broderick and a Camel airing Thurs Nov. 3 on TBS!
Catch Terrence Clowe as the lead singer of “The Village People” in the upcoming Netflix series, The Get Down. The Get Down is a musical drama television series created by Baz Luhrmann and Shawn Ryan that is slated to debut in 2016 on Netflix. The first series will be thirteen 1 hour episodes in length and will be produced by Sony Pictures Television. The series is described as “a mythic saga of how New York at the brink of bankruptcy gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco.”
See Terrence Clowe in the role of “The Cheating Best Friend” in the feature film THE EYES coming in 2016! Six strangers are kidnapped and through governmental technology have proof they have all killed before and are told 5 will die this night, one may walk, and the six have 2 hours to decide who gets to live. Starring Nicholas Turturro, Vincent Pastore and Megan West. Director: Robbie Bryan.
Catch Terrence Clowe in the role of “The Orderly” this spring in the short OPPOSITE OF A FAIRYTALE! Already en route to Cannes, this film is described as follows: a social worker befriends a patient at a nursing home and uncovers what most of America is unaware of, the all too typical and all to secret world of elder abuse.