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Actor TC Carson (Living Single)-Stars in 5 Guys Named Moe

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Join us as we speak with Actor/Singer TC Carson to discuss his role in the hit stageplay "5 Guys Named Moe" and Gospel Recording Artist Daun-te as he discusses his debut CD release "Open". Actor TC Carson is most widely known for his role as 'Kyle Barker' during his five year stint on the Fox Television sitcom "Living Single.' Some viewers may remember a few episodes where Carson's vocal talents were part of the banter between his character 'Kyle' and love interest 'Maxine Shaw' played by Erika Alexander. Although his career is rooted in musical theatre, people tend to identify with him as an actor before realizing he is also a singer. Carson has been performing nationally to sold-out houses and rave reviews with his jazz and r&b vocals. Terrence TC Carson was born and raised in Chicago, where he studied architecture and fine arts at the University of Illinois before moving to Los Angeles. His acting career started in dramatic and musical theater where he performed on stage in musicals such as "Hair", "Colored Museum", "The Wiz", "Dreamgirls", "Ain't Misbehavin'", "Gospel at Colonus" and "Once on this Island". He has developed a long list of film and television credits including the military thriller "U-571" with Matthew McConaughey also, the cult favorites "Final Destination 2" and "Livin' Large." He was nominated for two NAACP Image awards for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series as a result of his debonair and charismatic Kyle Barker on the Fox Television series "Living Single". The show continues to run in syndication in Europe, Australia and in the U.S. Carson's voice can be heard in a number of diverse settings. He has been a sought after artist for voiceovers. From the roles of Mailman Carson, Fire Chief Campbell and Samuel on the family friendly TV series "Clifford the Big Red Dog" to the voice of Mace Windu in the sci-fi video game "Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith", and "Star Wars: The Clone Wars"