Terry Kennedy (skateboarder)

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Terry Kennedy
Born (1985-05-27) May 27, 1985 (age 33)
Long Beach, California, US
Residence Long Beach
Nationality American
Occupation Professional skateboarder
Known for Skateboarding
Height 6 ft (183 cm)

Terry Kennedy (born May 27, 1985), commonly as TK, is an American professional skateboarder. He rides his skateboard with a regular footed stance. He is the Co-Founder of Fly Society, a clothing and music brand. His sponsors are Baker Skateboards, Active Ride Shop, Venture, Shake Junt, Gold Wheels and FootPrint Insoles.

Appearances[edit]

Kennedy appeared on Bam Margera's MTV television shows, Viva La Bam, Bam's Unholy Union and Rob Dyrdek's MTV show "Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory".[1] He had also made cameo appearance in Snoop Dogg's chart topping song Drop It Like It's Hot[citation needed], as well as in the video for Mistah Fab's song Ghost Ride It[citation needed]. Kennedy has also been featured on ABC Family's show, Switched!.[2] He appears in the skateboarding video game Skate and its sequels Skate 2, 3 and Skate It. Kennedy also appeared on the documentary Beef IV to discuss a beef he had with Lupe Fiasco.

Film[edit]

Ice Cream VOL.1, Baker 2G, Summer Tour 2001, Baker 3, Baker Has a Deathwish, Shake Junt's Chicken Bone Nowison, Street Dreams and Bake and Destroy.

Shooting[edit]

In June 2005, Terry was shot twice while leaving a party in Long Beach. Once in the forearm and once in the jaw.[3] He made a full recovery.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Title Year Role Other notes
Street Dreams 2009 Reese Main Role
Minghags 2009 Compton Ass Terry Cameo Role

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Other notes
Being Terry Kennedy 2010 Himself
Run's House 2008 Himself
Viva La Bam 2003 Himself

Documentary[edit]

Title Year Role Other notes
Beef IV 2010 Himself

References[edit]

  1. ^ Transworld Skateboard magazine; July 2004; Issue 7; pg. 183
  2. ^ "Genevieve Gorder Cast List". TV.com. Retrieved 17 Dec 2010. 
  3. ^ "Pharrell's Skating Team Captain Shot In The Jaw". 

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