Terry Crews truly is an awesome human being.
The 49-year-old American actor is well known for his roles in sitcoms such as Everybody Hates Chris and Brooklyn Nine-Nine as well as movies like The Expendables and Idiocracy.
The former NFL football player was included in the group of people named The Time Person of the Year for speaking out against sexual harassment as part of the #MeToo campaign.
If you weren't already amazed enough, Terry is a really talented artist and you'll be stunned at what he can create with a pencil and paintbrush.
Crews has been sketching and painting for most of his life and earlier this month illustrated the cover for Ad Age magazine's Creativity 50 issue.
In an interview with Ad Age, it is revealed that Terry's first job was a courtroom sketch artist and when he entered the NFL he also drew portraits of his fellow teammates.
Terry also makes furniture, some of which has even been featured on Bernhardt Design.
If you look back at some of his previous acting gigs you can see where he has weaved his passion into other projects.
For Terry, his relationship with art all started after he saw Star Wars in 1977 which he explained in this interview on The Jimmy Kimmel Show.
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