March 23, 2010 (Newswire.com) - Terrance Hines is a Managing Partner of Hines and Hunt Entertainment. His interest in the entertainment business began over 40 years ago while earning a Master of Arts Degree in Acting and Directing from Kent University. Terrance also attended Stanford Film School and studied at The American Conservatory Theatre. Terrance has been teaching the art of acting for over 30 years. In addition, Terrance was the on-set coach for many television series including: Kids Incorporated with Stacy (Fergie) Ferguson, and General Hospital. Terrance is also the author of the book "The Actor Succeeds," and he has been a member of SAG for 30 years.
Hines and Hunt manage talent including Series Regulars in Degrassi: The Next Generation, Don't Sweat It, Movie Surfers, 10 Years Younger, Unfabulous, and Days of Our Lives. Clients recurring on network television are in Everybody Hates Chris, That's So Raven, How I Met Your Mother, etc. In feature films you can see their people in Yes Man, Angels and Demons, Balls Out: The Gary Houseman Story, Big Momma's House I & II, Last Holiday, Like Mike II, Superhero Movie, School for Scoundrels, Miss Congeniality, Suicide Dolls, and Freeloaders. The Company recently added Kim Matula as a series regular in The Bold and the Beautiful.
His clients have also starred as guest performers on series for TV, Animated Series, Movies of the Week, and national Commercials for companies such as Walmart, Taco Bell, Burger King, McDonalds, Chevy, AT&T, Betty Crocker, Kellogg's, and Hallmark to name just a few.
Terrance is a proud member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. What an impressive biography!!