"Terayle Hill stars as FBI informant George Sams in one of the most buzz-worthy films to be released this year Judas and the Black Messiah, which is written and directed by Shaka King and released in theaters and on HBO Max, February 12. The film tells the story of Fred Hampton, the chairman of the Chicago Black Panther Party, and how the FBI targeted him and the organization, which led to Hampton’s untimely death.
Hill who is known for his roles in Step Up: High Water, Blue Bloods, Love, Simon, and Tyler Perry’s Acrimony, had the opportunity to work with Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out, Knives Out) on the film and received first-hand knowledge on the Black Panther Party from Fred Hampton Jr, from his very first day on set.
Terayle took time out to speak to Glitter about his journey in acting, directing, and producing, as well as his music career, contributing to the Step Up: High Water Season 2 Soundtrack, and his plans to drop his new album Hyena later this month.
Read on to find out more about this multifaceted artist as well as his thoughts on mental health, self-love, and giving back via a scholarship fund for his late brother to honor his academic success."