Marian was the daughter of Alois Henry Peir and Kathyrn Gertrude Leahy/Leady.
She is best known as the co-host on the BET program 106 & Park from 2006-2012.
She was a correspondent on Entertainment Tonight during 2012-2014, where she was billed as "Rocsi Diaz".
ions, criticizing her on everything from her shaky teleprompting read to suggesting that his co-host needed a healthy helping of breath mints, just before cutting to a commercial break.
It wasn't long after Terrence joked about his petite co-host's frame, that Rocsi walked off set.
After growing up in New Orleans, she launched her career in Dallas, Texas, as a host on the city’s premier urban radio station, 97.9 The Beat.
Here, Rocsi cultivated a unique, street-smart style that caught the attention of Boston’s Hot 97.7, where she later became a DJ.
Unhappy with his first audition, Terrance and his friends rented a car and drove to Atlanta to attend auditions, where he was successful. In 2012 he was selected to replace Ryan Seacrest as the co-anchor for E! He starred in the sequel to the 2007 film Stomp the Yard, Stomp the Yard: Homecoming, and appeared in the Christina Aguilera and Cher film Burlesque as Dave the D. He has also starred in the fourth season of the show The Game and The Heart Specialist with Marla Gibbs.
Terrence J starred in Tim Story's film Think Like A Man (based on Steve Harvey's bestseller), a Sony Pictures Feature Film.
He spent his college years at North Carolina A&T State University; he also lived in Greensboro.