Terry Coffey

Terry Coffey

Helm House
Screenwriter, Music Composer and Author

Atlanta, Georgia

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About Terry

Originally from Chicago Illinois, Terry Coffey is a songwriter, film producer, screenwriter and published author. Besides writing and producing songs for some of the biggest R&B and pop artists at the time, he has worked in the advertising field composing many popular music jingles, including "Always Coca-Cola" while being represented by CAA. The jingle was a major hit and a huge success for the company, boosting its sales and popularity around the world. Terry's music score for the Coke ad "Snowflake" was chosen by the Library of Congress for display as an example of excellence in advertising. His passion for the arts extends into the literary field as well where he has since written and/or produced award-winning screenplays, short films and television pilots. Terry's debut novel, "Valley Of The Kings: The 18th Dynasty," is the first book of a series trilogy about the life of the elusive pharaoh Akhenaten, his queen Nefertiti and their son King Tut. It is an Amazon #1 bestseller, a 2016 Pacific Book Award winner and the 2017 National Indie Excellence award Finalist for Best Historical Fiction..

Credits

  • The Time We're In

    The Time We're In (2015)
    Film (Short, Drama, Romance and Sci-Fi) Producer Gabriel and Nadia's life was seemingly perfect up until the horrific news of her recent cancer diagnosis. As the stark realization takes hold of the two, they discover that there is no chance of having a family of their own. Their friends unsuccessfully try to relate to their condition and attempt to console the two, but sadly only connect in the most superficial way. They both feel they have to be strong for each other, but fear the unknown and dare not communicate their innermost fears. Nadia is cautiously optimistic toward her diagnosis but not without her own anxieties. She sees Gabriel withdraw into his newly introspective world and is concerned about his mental state. As the story unfolds, we learn of Gabriel's newly found obsession with the multi-verse theory, quantum physics, and the metaphysical, all culminate toward an unexpected reality: he discovers the ability to move freely throughout a stopped-time environment. He soon resigns himself to living almost exclusively in ... Written by Damon Stout

  • Don't Say Anything

    Don't Say Anything (2011)
    Film (Horror and Thriller) Producer Shaylee Kendall is not your typical teenager, although she is rebellious, boy-curious, addicted to texting and wants to be accepted by the popular clique, there is one major obstacle that hinders her...Shaylee Kendall is apparently a mute. Her hearing is normal but she chooses not to speak, a major symptom of her disorder and the reason why she's victimized at school. Shaylee turns out to be a bully's worst nightmare when one-by-one cruel students begin turning up murdered in horrific ways. Shaylee's mentally disturbed mother Mary desperately attempts to re-enter her life but soon becomes the prime suspect in the gruesome serial killings. Ultimately the net of suspicion widens as deception and motives grow. Secrets are finally revealed that will blur the line between who is good and who is truly evil. Written by Anonymous

  • Soul Train

    Soul Train (1992)
    Television (Music and Talk-Show) Soundtrack Since 1971, "Soul Train" has been the "American Bandstand" of the African-American community. Even today, "Soul Train" continues to be the showcase of urban artists and their chart-topping singles. The program also continues to be the place for beautiful dancers and their dance moves, though the dance and the dancers' attire are a bit more risque due to the changing times. Written by Tim Traylor <Sundown305@yahoo.com>

  • Potere

    Potere (1991)
    Video (Adult) Soundtrack Add a Plot »

  • The Five Heartbeats

    The Five Heartbeats (1991)
    Film (Drama and Music) Soundtrack In the early 1960's, a quintet of hopeful young African American men form an amateur vocal group called The Five Heartbeats. After an initially rocky start, the group improve, turn pro, and rise to become a top flight music sensation. Along the way however, the guys learn many hard lessons about the reality of the music industry with it's casual racism and greed while the personal weaknesses of the members threaten to destroy the integrity of the band. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

Awards

  • National Indie Excellence Awards FINALIST
    (2017)

  • International Book Awards FINALIST
    (2017)

  • International Pacific Book Award WINNER Best Historical Fiction
    (2016)

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