Produced in California in 1978, Tyrese Gibson honed his musical abilities by competing in talent shows around La. He afterwards appeared in a Coke commercial and worked as a model. After appearing in a TV movie, Gibson got interest having a part in the 2001 film Baby Boy. His breakthrough role came in the 2007 film Transformers. He also has a recurring character in the “Fast & Furious” franchise.
Produced on December 30, 1978, in La, Tyrese Gibson spent much of his teen years competing in talent shows around Watts. One of three kids, Gibson was raised by his mom, Priscilla Murray Gibson, after his dad left the family in 1983. When Gibson was 17, he started modeling for Guess and Tommy Hilfiger and finally landed a recording contract from RCA Records. He followed up with all the records 2000 Watts and I Wanna Go There before he started pursuing an acting career.
Following big screen characters contained Four Brothers (2005) and Waist Deep (2006). But his big break arrived in 2007 when he costarred in the Michael Bay movie Transformers.
During his turbo-injected rise to Hollywood stardom, Gibson continued to focus on records. In 2006 he released Alter Ego. In 2011, the record Open Invitation earned him another Grammy nomination.
The group also went on a national tour.
Gibson released the self-help book the Best Way To Get From The Own Personal Way in the year 2012. The next year, he released Manology: Secrets of Your Man’s Mind Disclosed, which he coauthored with Rev. Run. Both publications were New York Times best sellers.
In 2002, Gibson met Norma Mitchell, a college student dwelling in London. Both wed in 2007 and had a daughter, Shayla Somer, together. Gibson now lives in the La region.