Terry founded the Marin Actors' Workshop.
Terry says that out of his many, diverse jobs his favorite is teaching others the skills of acting.
Terry studied acting with the dynamic Stella Adler and Milton Katselas.
Terry and his family currently reside in Marin, California.
Terry teaches commercial and character voice, as well as scene and monologue acting at Voice One in San Francisco, and serves on the faculty of The University of San Francisco and The College of Marin.
Terry's stage roles in theater range from Shakespeare to musical comedy.
Terence worked alongside several other stormtrooper voice actors who were Jerry Walters, Scott Beach and Morgan Upton on the set of Star WarsIV:A New Hope.
Terry played the part of Dr. Newsoe, the Anesthesiologist in the movie Nine Months.
Terry played A.D.R. Director Lou in the movie Mrs. Doubtfire who fires Robin Williams' character in the beginning of the movie.
Terry worked at KDKA radio and KDKA-TV while he was in Pittsburg, PA.
Terence went to Duquesne University and graduated in journalism and English.
Although Terence was born in Berkeley, CA he grew up in Pittsburg, PA.
Terence has two sons, Brendan and Anthony.
Terence is married to Mary Alice "Molly" Werthman.
He wrote a play called Jessica and the Couch Potato produced by Beverly Hills Playhouse.
Terence has voiced a few roles in games such as several in the Star Wars genre.
Terence played Mr. Wolfe on the movie American Grafitti.
Terence served in the Army Reserves early in his career.
Terence was actually a sandtrooper on Star Wars IV: A New Hope and was the one who uttered the famous lines outside the cantina in Mos Eisley "These are not the droids we're looking for."
His best known voice role was as Launchpad McQuack on the Disney cartoons Darkwing Duck and Ducktales.
He published a poetry booklet in 1972 called Rod McCroon's Look at the Loud.
When he was doing voice over work for George Lucas on the movie THX1138, he was late for work and said "I had an accident. I ran over my pet wookey". The name stuck with George and was later used in Star WarsIV: A New Hope in 1977. The reference was to his friend, Bill Wookey, who drove him to the studio.
His father was actor and advertising copywriter, Roger McGovern.
He did the voice for Jabba the Hutt's pet Salacious Crumb in the movie Return of the Jedi.
Terence: For all the great entertainment George Lucas has given us, for the chance he gave me to play a small part in his first three films, and for making the Bay Area home to his magical movie-making genius, I'm indebted to him. I don't think you'll find an actor who's ever been involved with Lucas who wouldn't say the same. May the force always be with him!
Terence: First of all, my involvement with the production of Star Wars was minuscule. Probably three hours total of post production time. But being a voice in one of the greatest movies in the history of film--and having an inadvertent part in the naming of one of its main characters--has always been a source of pride for me.