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Over the past 2 years, Terayle Hill and Ivan Gaskin have worked to build and organize a team of over 100 creatives to come together and tell stories like never before!
Born in Atlanta, raised in Seattle Ivan is a proud graduate of The Morehouse College Class of '16. Ivan has always had a passion for building communities by building businesses. He was able to refine his craft as an entrepreneur by working as a Tech Consultant at Deloitte.
Ivan has always held a strong belief that all we are is our story, and how we tell it determines the quality of our life. Knowing that his true passions were not aligned with his position at Deloitte, He leveraged his phenomenal resources at Deloitte to build a real estate portfolio that now houses over 100 people nightly to buy back his time in order to give his gift at the highest level through Everybodies incorporated.
Terayle Hill is an American Actor, Producer, Rapper, and Entrepreneur. He was born in Los Angeles, California in 1994 and raised in Moreno Valley, California – before venturing over to Atlanta, Georgia where he graduated from Clark Atlanta University in 2016 with a Bachelors of Arts – for Television and Film.
Outside of acting, Terayle engages his time and energy in other areas of the entertainment industry. Since 2014, he has directed and produced films that have garnered much attention and recognition in yearly film-festival circuits. Terayle has also brought his first love, rapping, to the main stage of television and film. He’s landed a few musical placements in the film industry. He most notably wrote and performed a track for the Step Up: High Water Season 2 Soundtrack (Produced by Timbaland). His song, “Marquise’s Interlude,” details his character Marquise’s plight and self-realization from his perspective up to the finale of Season 2. The song is written by Terayle, but performed in character as “Marquise” and will be returning to the series for Season 3 on STARZ Network. He plans on releasing his debut album, “Hyena” on February 21st, 2021.
When he is not in the studio, on set, or behind the camera, Terayle makes time to connect with the youth across the country. Since the loss of his brother Tevyn in August of 2018, Terayle has instituted a legacy scholarship award in his brother’s name. This award was given to 15 high school seniors in 2019 who earned a 4.0 average or higher, a status that his brother was able to uphold throughout his scholastic career and encouraged Terayle to always strive for. He plans to continue this tradition for years to come.
Today, you can find Terayle progressing on his journey toward a higher truth. He holds himself accountable to live by example and educate himself and others throughout his matriculation through life. He is a strong advocate for mental health awareness and has assisted in producing multiple mental health podcasts and productions since 2017. He welcomes the opportunity to talk about his childhood diagnosis of Depression, and how he uses his love for the Arts to manage a healthy lifestyle and remain grounded. Terayle has come a long way and has no intention of stopping any time soon. He is on a daily pursuit of mastering his on-camera abilities, as well as making an early transition into entrepreneurship as the co-founder of the mulit-media enterprise, “Everybodies Inc.”
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