Terri White

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Terri White
Birth nameTerri White
Bornca. 1948
GenresMusical theater, Cabaret, Standards
OccupationsSinger, actress
InstrumentsVocals
Websitehttp://www.officialTerriWhite.com
 
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This article is about the American singer. For the Oklahoma social worker, see Terri White (commissioner).
Terri White
Birth nameTerri White
Bornca. 1948
GenresMusical theater, Cabaret, Standards
OccupationsSinger, actress
InstrumentsVocals
Websitehttp://www.officialTerriWhite.com

Terri White is an American singer and actress, raised in Palo Alto, California.

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She has appeared in Nunsense, Nunsense 2, Back In The Habit, Ain't Misbehavin', Barnum, Welcome to the Club and Bubbling Brown Sugar. White has also performed frequently with Liza Minnelli.[citation needed]

After a period of homelessness in 2008, White was recognized by an NYPD police officer David Taylor in Manhattan's Greenwich Village 6th Precinct, who helped her find a place to live. Shortly thereafter, White was cast in the 2009 City Center Encores! and Broadway revival of Finian's Rainbow.[1][2][3]

White assumed the role of Mama Morton in the long-running Broadway revival of Chicago in April 2010. She appeared in the Kennedy Center production of the Stephen Sondheim-Jerome Weidman musical Follies as Stella Deems, from May to June 2011.[4] This production moved to Broadway's Marquis Theatre where previews began August 7, 2011. The official opening was September 12, 2011.[5]

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