Terry Kennedy (skateboarder)
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May 27, 1985 |
Long Beach, California, US
Terry Kennedy (born May 27, 1985), commonly known as "Compton Ass Terry" or 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.
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". He had also made cameo appearance in Snoop Dogg's chart topping song Drop It Like It's Hot, as well as in the video for Mistah Fab's song Ghost Ride It. Kennedy has also been featured on ABC Family's show, Switched!. 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.
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.
In June 2005, Terry was shot twice while leaving a party in Long Beach. Once in the forearm and once in the jaw. He made a full recovery.
|Street Dreams||2009||Reese||Main Role|
|Minghags||2009||Compton Ass Terry||Cameo Role|
|Being Terry Kennedy||2010||Himself|
|Viva La Bam||2003||Himself|