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Film, Inducted 2019, Pioneer, Television, Theatre
Biography

Terence attended the UBC Extension Department Theatre Program in 1961 while still a student at Burnaby South High School.  Beginning a career that would see him graduating from the National Theatre School in 1965, he then starred in a CBC production of: “15 Miles of Broken Glass”. He returned Home to Vancouver Playhouse for “The Threepenny Opera” and for the next 40 years he appeared in over 50 productions there, including “Philadelphia Here I Come, Skylight, She Stoops to Conquer, Oedipus,” and “King Lear” in which he played Glouster to his former teacher Powys Thomas’s King Lear, a memorable production. He also performed at the old Arts’ Club on Seymour, the Freddie Wood Theatre in “The Caretaker”, and spent seasons at the Shaw Festival, the Stratford Festival, and the Toronto World Stage with Soulpepper Theatre, The Citadel in Edmonton, and Theatre Calgary. He founded The White Rock Summer Theatre, and served there as Artistic Director for many years, producing three plays in repertory every summer. In 1988 he co-designed and built a 300 seat portable theatre in the round for White Rock and changed the name to ”The Arena Theatre”, performing and directing there until 2003. He continues his stage work in 2019 with Western Gold Theatre. Numerous appearances on Television, Film, and Radio, in the early years, fills out his resume.

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