Teck Holmes' journey to Hollywood began when he shared the most intimate details of his life as a cast member on "MTV's The Real World: Hawaii". His presence on that show led to it being one of the most watched, most talked about, and most controversial "Real World" seasons to date. Teck's enormous popularity and strong fan base led him to a career in hosting. In 2010 he helped launch The Cartoon Network's new number one show "Hole in the Wall"; a weekly family driven television show airing Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.Teck has built an impressive resume which includes work as a television actor in ABC Family's "Lincoln Heights", "Friends", "NCIS", "The Parkers", Nickelodeon's "Taina", and "The Andy Dick Show". His film credits include a co-starring role opposite Ryan Reynolds and Tara Reid in the international fraternity cult classic "National Lampoon's: Van Wilder, as well as breakout roles in such feature films as "Flip the Script", an independent film co-starring Miguel Nunez and Robin Givens, "First Daughter", starring Katie Holmes and directed by Forest Whitaker, "Truth Be Told" starring Blair Underwood and Regina King, and the MTV television feature "Love Song" starring Monica and Tyrese. You can also find him appearing in Bud Light commercials proclaiming one of their infamous slogans "Here We Go".As a producer Teck has produced over 20 music videos and commercials, and has three feature films under his belt. He recently produced and starred in the independent feature, "Nobody Smiling", a murder mystery that takes place on the mean streets of Los Angeles.In addition to being an actor Teck also prides himself as a director, rapper, and writer. He has studied theater arts, as well as film and television, at Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia. At 6 feet 2 inches; with versatile good looks, Tecumshea (Teck's full name) means "unpredictable" and he certainly lives up to that.
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