Tony Award (nominated) for Best Actor (Musical) as Javert in Les Miserables
Daytime Emmy (nominated) for Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series in As The World Turns
Tony Award (nominated) for Best Actor (musical) as The Beast in Beauty and the Beast
Terrence played "Old Tom" in Paul Green's outdoor drama "The Lost Colony" in North Carolina, and later returned to his theatrical roots to direct the show for a few seasons.
Terrence also starred in other musicals including: Rags (1986), Jerome Robbins' Broadway (1989), Getting Away with Murder (1996), and the 2000 Broadway revival of The Rocky Horror Show (in which he played Frank-N-Furter).
Terrence is married to performer Charlotte d'Amboise, with whom he has two daughters.
Terrence Mann is left-handed.
Mann, landed a spot in Barnum because he could juggle and ride a unicycle at the same time.
Terrence Mann has four credits for an original cast on Broadway including: Cats (Rum Tum Tugger), Les Miserables (Inspector Javert), Beauty and the Beast (Beast/Prince Adam), and The Scarlet Pimpernel (Chauvelin).
Terrence Mann: Movies will make you famous; television will make you rich; but theatre will make you good.