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Tre` Carter Tate

Tre` Carter Tate has had a passion for acting and music since age 12.  Tre began honing his acting skills as a youngster appearing in church plays and musically was a part of gospel great John P. Kee’s workshop choir.  He also was a member of Chris Gray and the North Carolina Mass Choir.  

Tre` continued pursuing acting during his college tenure at Western Carolina University as part of The Black Ensemble acting troop.  He starred in a production of West Side Story and was the lead male actor in “Who’s Everybody” under the tutelage of Director, Al Wiggins.  He was also part of the “Mama I Want To Sing” traveling ensemble.  

After graduating college, Tre` moved to Atlanta, Georgia to continue pursuing his passion for the entertainment arts.  He’s studied under the late acting coach Lou Walker, Paragon Productions and Nick Conti of Nick Conti’s Professional Actor’s Studio.

Tre` is also a music producer, writer, singer and playwright.  He has written a God-inspired play that he prays one day will turn in to a best seller and film project.  Tre` currently has his own production company and is managing and developing several up and coming music artists.





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