Resume (Position, Network/Production Company, Year, Location, & Description) - you can cut and paste your resume here
Black Essence and Stellar Award winning writer, Terri L. Bea has mastered the art and ministry of creative thinking and creative writing. As a matter of fact she proves her self a fore-runner when it comes to creatively carrying the cross of Christ. One of her most powerful works, GRANDMA’S HANDS has earned her several awards both for her stage play and screen adaptation that was released in 2009 and won awards in Los Angeles in 2010 and was also featured in the Kingdomwood Film Festival 2010 in Atlanta, GA and in 2012 she won the Redemptive Storyteller Award for her thought provoking and compelling story CHANCE MOON RISING. She has written and produced both short films and music videos. In 2011, Terri began traveling with her inspirational stage play Still My Child as well as a phenomenal one-woman stage play entitled The Woman and The Word. Terri is an actress, singer, songwriter, author, and motivational speaker. Terri L. Bea has been heard on television and radio performing her spunky alter ego Grandma Eloise Carter. Grandma is holding it down on God's Glory with Grandma Eloise Carter on 91.7 KROV Rhema Gospel Express in San Antonio, TX. Terri is available for speaking engagements or if you'd like to see one of her productions she be contacted by email at email@example.com. Terri L. Bea is a proud wife and mother of 4 natural children, one God-child and a host of spiritual children and resides in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Specialties: Singer, songwriting, Theater, motivational speaking, film, author of Mattie Prophet and Mattie's Song. Writer and Director of stage plays, The Woman & The Word, Still My Child and Grandma's Hands. She also has a radio show on 91.7 KROV FM Rhema Gospel Express.
Still My Child
Chance Moon Rising
Projects Currently In Development (Title, Film/Television, Status, Budget)
Chance Moon Rising
Dreams & Goals
To have my own production company and Theater. Eventually I would like to teach theatrical arts to low income children.