EXCLUSIVE: Independent Artist Group has hired Terrence Howard, the Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actor known for roles in Shake and Flow, Collide It is Empirefor representation.
Howard earned these accolades for his performance in director Craig Brewer’s former Paramount film, which had him starring as DJay, a Memphis pimp in the midst of a midlife crisis who strives to become a hip emcee. successful hop.
Turn as TV director Cameron Thayer in Lionsgate’s Best Picture winner Collide, examining intertwined stories of race, loss, and redemption among citizens of Los Angeles who lead very different lives, he received the National Board of Review Award for Breakthrough Performance. Among the actors who starred alongside him were Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Brendan Fraser and Matt Dillon.
Throughout his film career, Howard has worked with many of the industry’s top directors and actors. Among his other most notable credits are Denis Villeneuve Prisoners with Hugh Jackman, The Butler with Lee Daniels, Iron Man with Jon Favreau, The brave One with Jodie Foster, August race with Robin Williams and The firm you have with Robert Redford.
Howard can currently be seen alongside Dolph Lundgren in Confrontation at the Grand, an action thriller from Shout! Studios, which follows a proud movie theater owner who must defend his family business from corporate developers, alongside a legendary action star, as art imitates life in a centuries-long showdown.
Also best known for his portrayal of music mogul Lucious Lyon on the Fox show EmpireHoward recently appeared on the TV side of The Godfather: the final chapters, which earlier this year became the first Peacock original to crack the Top 10 of Nielsen’s streaming rankings. Among the actor’s upcoming projects is John Ridley’s Netflix pic Shirleystarring Regina King as America’s first black congresswoman, Shirley Chisholm.
Howard continues to be managed by Mira Howard.