Todd Terry became interested in acting at just 14 years old.
He pursued that dream, went to acting school and eventually got an agent.
Since then, Terry has acted in both faith-based and secular roles including Breaking Bad, American Crime, Friday Night Lights and Walker Texas Ranger.
"I do end up doing a lot of secular television," Terry explains. "Breaking Bad was shot around six years ago. I thought it was a well-written show and it was a great show to work on."
"It definitely is a darker picture of the depravity of man and where somebody can go, but I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work on that show."
His latest role is Detective Gary Travis in Vindication, a faith-based crime drama series now streaming on Pure Flix.
"The thing I love most about this show is that it is not on the nose as far as trying to preach to you," says Terry. "But the message of faith is interwoven really nicely throughout each episode and you get to see how God works in it."
He says it's important to have shows like Vindication, as he feels television these days has become offensive and gratuitous.
Today on Connections, Todd shares how he got into acting, how faith plays a role in his decision making and how important it is to have shows like Vindication.