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Terry aspired to be an actress from an early age; in pursuit of this, she attended an amateur dramatic society and took LAMDA exams at school in poetry, prose and spoken verse. At the age of fourteen she joined the National Youth Theatre.
Terry made her professional debut in the touring and subsequent West End production of Blithe Spirit, playing the Maid and understudying Elvira. Her other theatre credits include The War on Terror, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, The Man Who Had All the Luck, Tribes and As You Like It. Her work at the National Theatre includes London Assurance, All's Well That Ends Well and England People Very Nice.
For the Royal Shakespeare Company, Terry has appeared in productions of Days of Significance, Pericles, The Winter's Tale, The Crucible and Love's Labour's Lost, playing the Princess of France. She was among the writers of Sudden Loss of Dignity, staged at the Bush Theatre in 2009.
Terry has appeared in broadcast versions of London Assurance and All's Well That Ends Well, as part of National Theatre Live, and in the Globe Theatre production of Love's Labour's Lost, which was released on DVD in 2010. Her television credits include episodes of Extras, Law & Order: UK and the Mike Bullen pilot Reunited, playing the lead role of Sara.
Terry is the co-writer, with Ralf Little, of the comedy drama TV series The Cafe, which aired on Sky1 in November 2011. She also plays the role of Sarah Porter. The series is set and filmed in Terry's home town of Weston-super-Mare.
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|2009||Law & Order: UK||Debbie Grove||1 episode: "Unloved"|
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