Teri Garr was born on December 11, 1949 in Lakewood, Ohio.
Teri Garr was the daughter of Eddie Garr a Broadway stage
and film actor her mother was Phyllis Garr a dancer then later
a wardrobe mistress for movies and television.
Teri Garr dancing is seen in 9 of Elvis Presley's movies
as a go-go dancer.
Teri's first voice role was in the 1968 feature HEAD with
In 1976 Teri became a semi-regular on THE SONNY AND CHER
Teri Garr had an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting
Actress in TOOTSIE (1982).
Garr was listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of
1977" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 29.
Teri Garr's other notable credits include...