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Teryl knew early on that she wanted to be an actress and also a dancer.
Michael Shanks directed the making of the behind the scene DVD of the Women of SciFi calendar.
Christopher Judge took the photos of Teryl in the Women of SciFi Calendar.
Teryl also provided her voice for the Asgard Heimdall in Stargate SG-1.
Teryl also feels it's fitting that where Janet was with Daniel when he died and ascended, Daniel is with Janet when she dies.
Teryl: Michael's character is with me at the end. It was just lovely."
She has to stand on boxes on set because she's much shorter than the main cast.
One of her favorites writer is Patricia Cornwell.
Her favorite piece of music is "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.
She will appear in the horror movie White Noise 2 : The Light.
She will be on the new tv show Totally Awesome (2006) as Mrs. Gunderson.
She will be the voice of ''Ms. Roskoff" on the cartoon GALAXY HIGH.
Teryl has two dogs, Bodi and Ernie.
One of Teryl's nickname is Terlene.
Teryl is 5' 2" (1.57 m).
Teryl is featured in the 2006 "Women of Sci-Fi" calendar, along with Brandy Ledford (Andromeda), Lexa Doig (Andromeda, Stargate SG-1, The 4400), Erica Durance (Smallville), Laura Bertram (Andromeda), Rachel Luttrell (Stargate Atlantis s) and Ona Grauer (Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis ).
She travelled to Korea (July 2001) and Qatar (December 2001) on USO Tours.
She earned 2 Leo nominations in 2004: 'Best Supporting Performance by a Female' for Stargate SG-1 and 'Best Guest Performance by a Female' for The Collector.
She appeared as Norma in Rick Tippe's "Keepin' the Faith" video.
Teryl Rothery: I can't remember a time I wasn't performing.
Teryl Rothery: I'm so not like ["Stargate SG-1" (1997) character Dr. Janet] Fraiser. She's so controlled and contained. I'm nuts! I'm full of energy! I'm always going. I try to slow it down by doing yoga, but I end up the loudest one in the class. I'm always active, roller blading and taking dance classes
(On the idea of an on-screen romance on "Stargate SG-1" (1997))
Teryl Rothery: The fans always want to link you up romantically. The British fans always want to link me up with Dr. Daniel Jackson, and another group of fans want to link me up with Jack O'Neill. I would hate to see any kind of love interest among the team. I think if there was something like that it would be better coming from someone off the base
(Her ideal storyline on "Stargate SG-1" (1997))
Teryl Rothery: I'd wish for a romantic story, where my character finally gets to conquer the male guest star. Now look at this show: Jack and Daniel always get some women, and also Sam gets her choice. And what does Dr. Fraiser get? A stethoscope.
Teryl Rothery: If they'd handed over the command over [Stargate] SG-1 to Amanda [Tapping] and me, we'd definitely soon have a pure comedy show, no, I don't think we'd manage to get anything serious going because we'd been joking non-stop!
Reporter: What is your favorite film?
Teryl Rothery: I'm a big ER fan... I also love Sex and the City and I still find enjoyment watching old All in the Family reruns. No matter what ridiculous comments he made, you just couldn't help but love Archie Bunker... or Lucille Ball in The Lucy Show... I Love Lucy… Carroll O'Connor and Lucille Ball were two of the finest... they are truly missed.
Reporter: What is the one project that you've always wanted to do, but have yet to be able to?
Teryl: I have always wanted to play Maggie in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"… who knows?
Reporter: If you could change one thing about Hollywood, what would it be?
Teryl: If I could change one thing about Hollywood, I would make it more forgiving...
Reporter: What do you feel has been your most important professional accomplishment to date?
Teryl: Every job I get I consider important professional accomplishments. I learn from each and every one of them.
Reporter: Have you been in the same class than Paul McGillion or just in the same school?
Teryl: We were in the same acting class.
Reporter: In Stargate Atlantis all the actors have long-running contracts. Did you also have a long-running one or did they book you episode by episode?
Teryl: I didn't have a contract for the first two years, so I was on an episode per episode basis. From Season Three on I had a contract that put me up to Season Six.