Terrell Tilford received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts and his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Berkeley. A classically trained actor, he has worked at such acclaimed theaters as the McCarter, the Guthrie, Crossroads, the Public, New York Theatre Workshop, Actors' Gang, Symphony Space and New Perspectives Theatre Company in productions as varied as The Rivals, Dutchman, All in the Timing, The Colored Museum, Miss Julie, the African Company Presents Richard III, Wait Until Dark, and Exhibit #9.
Tilford's stage work has led to his television appearances on Guiding Light, Soul Food, and Days of our Lives, as well as in commercials and print campaigns. He recently completed shooting the feature film, Ten-13, playing a police informant.
A self-taught artist and collector, Tilford works with oils, photography, and various mixed media. He is also an avid rare book and music collector.
Tilford, who is married to his former Guiding Light co-star Victoria G. Platt (Vicky), was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. His birthday is July 22.
PLACE OF BIRTH: Los Angeles, California
DATE OF BIRTH: July 22, 1969
MARITAL STATUS: Married; Victoria G. Platt [Nov 2001]
EDUCATION: Has a MFA from Rutgers University and a BA from the University of California at Berkeley