#CelebrityCrush- Tye White (@WeWantTyeWhite)

Tye White

Good Morning my loves! I know, I know you’re all wondering where have I been but trust me, my absence was for good reason but I’m back now and not only am I back but I’m back with a scorching hot celebrity for your Monday morning pleasure! You’ve seen him portray LL Cool J’s son Adam Hanna in NCIS: Los Angeles, you’ve seen him “Drumline: A New Beat” and these days you can catch him on the OWN original series “Greenleaf” starring as Kevin Satterlee.

That’s right people, actor Tye White is our #CelebrityCrush for today!

Tye White

image courtesy of Deadline

Tye White’s acting career began in 2009 when he starred as a male dancer in the film “The People I’ve Slept With”. While it was an uncredited role, it was the start of a dream come true for him. Tye’s major big break came in 2014 when he starred in the sequel to Nick Cannon’s “Drumline” as Armondi Mason alongside Alexandra Shipp and Rome Flynn.

Tye White, Rome Flynn, Duian Richmond

Duian Richmond, Rome Flynn and Tye White at the premiere of “Drumline: A New Beat”

These days, Tye White stars as Kevin Satterlee on the OWN original series “Greenleaf“. Greenleaf is a series about the sometimes unethical and dishonest world of the Greenleaf family and their Memphis megachurch. Tye’s character Kevin is the son in law of the Bishop of Greenleaf World Ministries.

Outside of Greenleaf you can catch Tye White as a part of the cast of “American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson” where he stars as OJ Simpson’s son Jason. The series centered around the highly publicized OJ trial and received rave reviews for it’s depiction of real life events and court proceedings. Tye White has proven time and time again that he is a force to be reckoned with in the Entertainment industry. Since 2009 we have seen him play an array of characters, each portrayal better than the last. Tye White, you are our Bae for the Day!

Written By: Monique C. Tillman

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