Maurice P. Kerry was born in Atlanta, Georgia, as the oldest of three children. Adrianne D. Pless and Donald S. Horton are his parents. His name means “Dark and Handsome.” He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom II, a full-time single father, personal motivator, gamer, and acting instructor.
After the Marines and more than a year of being homeless in southern California, Kerry, like many others, began his acting career in the background in 2006 before deciding to take his career more seriously.
Kerry appeared in independent films such as ‘Deadly Dispatch’ and ‘Grobb,’ while also making a name for himself as a rapper in San Diego, California, with the group SouthuNoyZ.
He is passionate about physical and mental wellness, which stems from his desire to always have the power, spirit, and energy to be there for his daughter. Whether to play or to defend. A genuine protector’s spirit. Former US Marine EMT/Firefighter, Security Contractor in Kuwait, now full-time bully deterrent system, always needing to be strong enough to carry the family on his back and through fire if necessary.
Where did Maurice P. Kerry go to high school?
Maurice never mentioned his high school in any interview.