Tyrone Evans Clark Leads Multiple Industries With His Story, Artistry, and Full Range of Abilities

It is common to find industry moguls who are authorities in one or two fields. But in the case of Tyrone Evans Clark, he defies the norms by having established himself as a notable player in not only the music scene but also in the film sector and entrepreneurial realm.

Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, this multi-awarded American entertainer, actor, executive producer, writer, and director plays several roles. His story is one for the books, and speaking of books, Tyrone’s first young adult-fantasy-action novel, Tyrone Evans Clark’s Grapefruit: Season I – The Wrath of Love, just got published on Amazon Prime Books. 

Tyrone Evans Clark’s Grapefruit is a story that takes place around the 17th century in South Auckland, which is located in New Zealand. During this period people were forced to fight against the evil Fiends (demons/evil spirits). Throughout this story, the readers are taken on a adventure in the eyes of Virtuous, who is one of the heroes of this story and along with a few more interesting characters (Kings, Demons, Fiends, Evil Princesses). And let’s not forget the Demonic Evil Witch Immoral, who has tons of twisted things up her sleeves.

Tyrone Evans Clark’s Grapefruit is a book series and will be available on other platforms soon such as Barnes & Noble, Google Books, Apple Books, etc.

Life has not been easy for this former National Honor Society Member and past Gates Millennium Scholar. He lost his 2-year old brother in a house fire and was forced to live in a homeless shelter in Benton Harbor, Michigan afterward. 

Providing testament to the certainty of a better future, Tyrone Evans Clark now stands at the forefront of the entertainment scene and technology industry. On top of Homeless Sam & Sally, his portfolio of creative outputs includes Reverie, Netflix’s Velvet Buzzsaw, Netflix’s Magic for Humans, LIFETIME’s Seatbelt Psychic, E! Entertainment’s Dating #NoFilter, BET’s Running Out of Time, AXS TV’s Women of Wrestling, MTV’s Flex on my Ex, and much more.

Tyrone Evans Clark establishes that there is no limit to a person’s capabilities by excelling, as well, as a musician. Boasting a discography of phenomenal tracks, he has recently released “‎Gotta Get Some Tissue!” Currently available for streaming on various music platforms, “Gotta Get Some Tissue!” is a song that creatively encapsulates one of the biggest struggles during the early phase of the COVID-19 outbreak. 

“For a while, I’ve tried to come up with a comical and creative way to express my feelings for the lack of toilet paper and tissue in the world. The main cartoon character, “The Tissue Man,” is a caricature of me and expresses the discomfort of my new reality. This character drifts off into la-la land when he runs out of tissue paper, going on an adventure and meeting interesting characters along the way,” he elaborates.

Shortly after its release, the official music video for “Gotta Get Some Tissue!” was selected by a few film festivals, such as Venice Shorts and Montreal Independent Film Festivals. For the entirety of the festival period and even afterward, it will grace countless screens worldwide.

On top of that, this song “Gotta Get Some Tissue” and along with other songs such as “Hope”, “‎Look Me in My Eyes”, and “Video Game” are even in the Multi-Award Winning film Homeless Sam & Sally – The Movie (and tv series) soundtrack.

Tyrone even has a popular podcast titled CALL TYRONE!!!, that is available on just about every streaming platform. On this podcast, Tyrone Evans Clark talks about his day-to-day life in Los Angeles; and along with random things that unexpectedly comes to his mind.

Clark told us a spoiler alert on his up and coming first documentary feature The Corona Hour! “The Corona Hour!” is a delicious documentary hosted by himself, who shares stories about people living in the time of COVID-19. It will be a film made up of cartoon animation and live-action footage.

Know more about Tyrone Evans Clark by visiting his website. More information can also be found here or on IMDb, FilmFreeway, and his Official Amazon Author Bio Page.

Glenda Drewery
Glenda Drewery is a Media Publisher Lead at Music Observer. She works with publishers, broadcasters, news outlets, sports and music organizations, education, and lifestyle brands (among others) to create a healthy ecosystem of diverse content. She ensures clients from the entertainment industry are positioned for success.


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