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He landed it and would host the show, with Rocsi Diaz, for seven years before joining the E! During a total of 10 years on both shows, he picked up small acting roles along the way.When he read the script for "The Perfect Match," along with having the opportunity to take on a role as a producer, he knew a decision had to be made."Getting the opportunity to be a producer, a part of the decision-making process and the experience of being No.1 on the call sheet and having more responsibility — that's when I knew it was time to take my own destiny in my hand," he said.In May, he'll return to television screens as the host of Fox's "Coupled." Produced by the Emmy-winning Mark Burnett, the reality dating show follows 12 women trying to find love in the Caribbean island of Anguilla.He said Jenkins' acting chops will surprise moviegoers."I think people will be able to see him in a new way....He's funny, he's likable, and his character has an arc," Woodruff noted.Murphy sported a bright red Adidas tracksuit while the TV presenter – who is now pursuing an acting career starting with the upcoming movie Soul Ties – blended into the background in khaki trousers, flat sandals and a denim jacket.His love life might be on track but his career isn't going quite as strong - his recent movie A Thousand Words bombed at the box office only bringing in .4million and ranking sixth position in the movie charts.‘Today, after seven exciting years, 106 & Park hosts Terrence J and Rocsi announced that they will be leaving the show.
I'm 33 now and I want to be my own boss, completely."Jenkins' first major gig since leaving the entertainment news post is as the star of Lionsgate's "The Perfect Match," which opens Friday — his first in leading-man territory.
Sitting at a table in his three-story Sherman Oaks home — complete with three bedrooms, a theater, mini barbershop, full-sized pool and half basketball court — Jenkins reflects on his humble beginnings.
."You can't get more blue collar in this industry than me," he said.
SIGN UP for the free Indie Focus movies newsletter Jenkins plays Charlie, a Hollywood agent and casanova for whom a long-term relationship is a nonstarter.
His sister (Paula Patton) and friends (Donald Faison, Lauren London, Dascha Polanco and Rob Riley), however, feel like it's time he grow up and settle down."I just got one job and worked really hard at it then another and worked really hard at that.