Who is Terrence Duckett?
Terrence was born in New York State, USA on 22 May 1962 – his zodiac sign is Gemini, and he holds American nationality. He’s a consultant and a businessman, but is perhaps known best for being the former husband of Jasmine Guy, a famous American actress, film director and singer.
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Early life and education
Terrence was raised in New York State by his parents, about whom very little is known because he respects their privacy; it’s believed that his mother was a housewife, and his father the owner of his own small business.
Terrence hasn’t shared many details concerning his childhood with the public, but it’s believed that he had a rather normal upbringing.
He became interested in sports while attending a local elementary school, and went on to play football for his high school’s team; Terrence was also interested in a couple of other activities during his teenage years, including acting with the school’s drama club, and dancing.
He matriculated in 1980, and although he hasn’t spoken about his further education, it’s believed that he attended college, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1984.
Terrence prefers to keep the details of his love life away from the media’s attention, but it’s known that he spent seven years working at Soda and Lime as their director of strategic alliances.
He has spent over two decades working as a business consultant, while he’s today working for the healthcare organization Onpaceplus, based in Los Angeles, California.
Terrence and Jasmine filed for bankruptcy while they were still married, and it’s said that this was one of the events which led to their divorce.
Love life and marriage with Jasmine Guy
Terrence and Jasmine haven’t spoken about the circumstances under which they met, but it’s believed that they were set up on a blind date by a mutual friend in the mid-1990s.
The two married in August 1998, in a large ceremony attended by many of their friends and family members; their daughter Imani Duckett was born on 28 March 1999, and she’s launched her acting career just recently in 2020, when cast to play Luna in the drama movie “Open”.
Terrence and Jasmine divorced in 2008, citing irreconcilable differences.
Terrence hasn’t spoken of any other women whom he has perhaps been with, while it’s widely known that Jasmine was in a relationship with famous American actor Eddie Murphy in 1989.
As of June 2022, Terrence seems to be single, was married to Jasmine Guy, and has a daughter with her.
Hobbies and other interests
Terrence is still today physically quite active, and has two to three training sessions at the gym every week; he was a lot more active during his 20s, 30s and 40s, as he exercised nearly every day, and also practiced boxing.
Terrence is passionate about travelling, and has been to many European countries, with his favorite being England; he has also been to more than 20 US states and a couple of South American countries.
He’s a lover of animals, and has a pet dog.
Terrence enjoys tasting various cuisines, and likes Mexican food the most.
He has his own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Vin Diesel, Will Smith and Angelina Jolie, while a couple of his favorite films include the franchise “Fast and Furious”, “Independence Day” and “Bad Boys”.
Age, height and net worth
Terrence is 60 years old; he has short black hair and brown eyes, his height is 5ft 8ins (1.75m), and he weighs around 155lbs (70kgs).
As of June 2022, Terrence’s net worth stands at close to $1.5 million, while his former wife Jasmine’s net worth has been estimated at more than $4 million.
Who is his former wife Jasmine?
Jasmine Guy was born in Boston, Massachusetts USA on 10 March 1962 – her zodiac sign is Pisces, and she holds American nationality. She’s appeared in close to 100 movies and TV series, but is probably still known best for her portrayal of the supporting character Dominique La Rue in the critically acclaimed 1989 crime comedy movie “Harlem Nights”, written and directed by Eddie Murphy, who also starred in it alongside Richard Pryor and Redd Foxx. Set in the 1930s, the film follows the life of the owner of a New York City illegal gambling house; it won two of the five awards for which it was nominated, including an Oscar nomination for Best Costume Design.
Jasmine was raised in Boston alongside her sister Monica, by their Portuguese-American mother Jaye Rudolph who was a high school teacher, and their African-American father Reverend William Vincent Guy, who was a pastor of the Friendship Baptist Church of Atlanta. Jasmine grew up being interested mostly in acting and dancing, and was 17 when she moved to New York City, after her application had been accepted at Alvin Ailey American Dance Center.
She made her debut TV series appearance with her portrayal of Fame Dancer in the 1982 musical drama “Fame”, while she made her debut film appearance in the 1988 musical comedy drama “School Daze”. Jasmine gained recognition when cast to star as Whitley Gilbert in the popular comedy series “A Different World”, created by Bill Cosby, and which also starred Kadeem Hardison and Lisa Bonet.
It follows a group of teenagers who have enrolled at an historically Black university, the series aired from 1987 to 1993, and won 17 of the 28 awards for which it was nominated, including three Primetime Emmy nominations.
A couple of Jasmine’s other notable performances in the ‘90s were in the 1995 musical romantic crime movie “Klash”, the 1996 family fantasy series “Touched by an Angel”, and the 1997 animated family comedy movie “Cats Don’t Dance” (voice role).
What marked the 2000s for her was perhaps her portrayal of Cynthia in the 2008 romantic comedy movie “Tru Loved”, written and directed by Stewart Wade, and which starred Najarra Townsend, Joseph Julian Soria and Howard Booth.
It tells the story of Tru, who has just befriended a gay Football Player, and has launched her school’s Gay-Straight Alliance; the movie won 16 awards.
Three of Jasmine’s most recent roles have been in four episodes of the 2021 comedy series “Harlem”, a 2021 episode of the action series “Chronicles of Jessica Wu”, and the 2022 thriller movie “Vanished: Searching for My Sister”.
She has won six of the 10 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Image Awards for which she has been nominated; her wins were for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in every year between 1990 and 1995, and all were for her performance in “A Different World”.