TiMOThY ERiC, born Timothy Eric Dickson in Houston, TX is a singer/songwriter/actor. A songwriter of 18 years, he founded his publishing company Aural Artists (ASCAP) in 2003. In 2004, he garnered the opportunity to co-write and produce the original film score for the DVD release of Hawk-In-Flight Productions' Street Tales of Terror (Maverick Entertainment) - a film in which he also starred. His acting career has grown in similar fashion; being credited in several films and commercials. He has toured nationally in Celeste-Bedford Walker's Camp Logan which won the NAACP Image Award for Best Play in 1994. He also toured internationally with Thomas Meloncon's Diary of Black Men which traveled to the United Kingdom in 2001. He earned his BFA from Texas Southern University in Theatre/Cinema in 1999 and is currently working toward an M.S. in Telecommunications from his Alma Mater. He resides and performs in Houston, TX, United States.
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