In this episode of ‘Open Door’, Terry Crews welcomes Architectural Digest into his “office”, his “fortress of solitude”, his man cave, his home away from home in LA.
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Crews confesses he’s a big book guy who loves art, music, and design. The muscle-bound star of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Expendables, and Everybody Hates Chris throws in a quick plug for Berry Crews, his own line of yogurt.
The chest-flexing actor does show-and-tell with his incredible assortment of memorabilia: boxing gloves signed by Sugar Ray Robinson, a Harlem Globetrotters basketball, a custom-made Idiocracy movie poster created by Shepard Fairey, and his Lip Sync Battle championship belt among others.
Terry also shares his most influential inspirations and reveals the couch he designed, the bookshelf that turns into a bed, and the logo for his contemporary furniture collection company Amen & Amen.
Finally, the former host of World’s Funniest Fails presents his custom gaming pc that has a stick of Old Spice deodorant inside.
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