Tarnue Massaquoi, a Brooklyn born, grew up in West Africa, Liberia since the age of four. During the Civil War, he migrated back to New York at age 16 to further his studies. A Michigan State Alumni, obtained his bachelor degree in Engineering Arts/Business, but his passion for Acting ignited when he first performed a monologue from Pulp Fiction portraying Jules while at State. Since then, this Stage/Film Actor has actively pursued his career in acting and has never looked back. Tarnue is blessed to have worked with great teachers and innovators such as Ellen Geer, Heidi Davis, Denise Woods, Ben Guillory, Harry Lennix, Elaine Williams, James Avery and many more. He is graduate student from the Joanne Baron/D.W Brown Studio. When he's not performing in front of the camera, he enjoys hiking, running, cooking, playing football (Soccer). He enjoys being part of programs, such as (FLIP - Father's Lifetime Involvement Program) that is geared toward helping unite, encourage and assist fathers strengthen their relationships with their children. He completed one mission off his bucket list - Skydiving (13,000 ft).