Terayle Hill was born in Los Angeles, California on February 9th, 1994. A Moreno Valley native and Clark Atlanta University alumni, Terayle Hill has hit the Young Hollywood, New-Comer scene running. Since his debut on Blackfin's "I Am Homicide" (2016), Terayle has managed to snag a myriad featured roles (lead, recurring, guest-star, etc.) in less than a year, including the following: Television - "The Quad" Season 1 & 2 on BET (2017- ), "Step Up: High Water" (YoutubeRED Originals/ Lionsgate Television, 2017 -), "Being Mary Jane" Season 4 (2017 -), Tales: Finale (BET 2017), Featured Films - "Superstition: Rule of 3's" (Lionsgate), "Love, Simon" (20th Century FOX), "Acrimony" (Lionsgate; Tyler Perry), "Forever My Girl" (directed by Bethany Ashton Wolf), and several other namely productions. Aside from Terayle's remarkable Rookie year debut on set as an actor, he also embodies a mature passion to impact the industry from an additional perspective. As a budding talent, Terayle has also engrossed himself in the art of making films. While auditioning for roles in front of the lens, Terayle has been developing roles behind the scenes. In 2016, he directed and produced a short film named "Largo" which managed to garner 11 nominations and 5 awards. He is in the development stages of his first Directorial Feature Film: Fatima. As an inspiration to those looking up to him, including many of his peers, Terayle spends his idle time paying it forward to the collegial community by visiting universities to motivate and encourage students to manage a healthy lifestyle, remain grounded, and strive beyond their limits: a mantra he has subscribed to and remains to be a critical component of his journey thus far. You can expect to hear more about Terayle Hill in the immediate future. You are invited to stay tuned as the aforementioned is only the tip of the iceberg for this young phenomenon.