Acting

Terry is a versatile character actor who enjoys playing Comedy and Drama alike. Over the last 15 plus years he has played a plethora of colourful characters on Stage, TV and Film.

Some of these include, the downtrodden Josh Matthews, regular character for 2 years in Channel 5 soap Opera ‘Family Affairs’. An Albanian druglord, a ruthless but cowardly banking mogul, a spiritual maggot farmer and a New York mob boss (with a comic twist).

On stage he has taken on the likes of a villainous East End strip club owner, a disillusioned Texan Vietnam veteran and Stalin, Mussolini and Adolf Hitler (the last 3 all within the same play).

He has recently taken his multi-roleing abilities to a whole other level with his One-Man show ‘Plain English’ in which he plays 11 separate characters, 4 of them female. He wrote the piece himself and his writing has been widely praised as well as his performance.

Contact Terry via his contact sheet at the bottom on the page. Please check out his clips below including his brand new 2016 Showreel.

1 month ago

What a brilliant day of filming! #watchthisspace #mumstheword #actor #actorlife

4 months ago
Meta-lation Episode 4 'Frenemies'

Been very slack and not got round to Ep5 yet but it’s coming. In the mean time gets Ep4 again. Enjoy x #ParentalDiscretionAdvised

When you're stuck at home with yourselves it's good to connect with friends. On the other hand, if those friends are infact frenemies, it's sometimes better ...

5 months ago
Meta-lation Ep3 'The Shave'

Ep 3 of Meta-lation. Watch, like, share and subscribe and ofcourse, enjoy! #ParentalDiscretionAdvised #BewareTheMontage

This video is about ML3 'The Shave'. Being in lockdown is a perfect time to experiment with facial hair but there can be disagreements about the results of t...

5 months ago
Meta-lation 2 "the Walk"

Hello everyone and welcome to my actor page. Here’s what I’ve been working on recently. This is the 2nd episode of my web series Meta-lation #ParentalDiscretionAdvised

This video is about Meta-lation 2 "the Walk"