Terry Farrell

TV Actress

Terry Farrell was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States on November 19th, 1963 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 59, Terry Farrell biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
November 19, 1963
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States
Age
59 years old
Zodiac Sign
Scorpio
Profession
Actor, Film Actor, Model, Television Actor, Voice Actor
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Terry Farrell Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Brian Baker ​ ​(m. 2002; div. 2015)​, Adam Nimoy ​ ​(m. 2018; div. 2022)​
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1
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Terry Farrell Career

After 18 months of modeling, she studied acting while still modeling on the side. Her first major roles were in the short-lived 1984 television series Paper Dolls, playing a model, and in the feature film Back to School (in her film debut) with Rodney Dangerfield, playing love interest to Keith Gordon’s character. In 1986, Farrell appeared in an episode of The Twilight Zone.

In 1989, she began studying acting with Stella Adler and appeared in a number of guest-starring roles in series, including Quantum Leap and The Cosby Show. In 1992, she played Cat in a second pilot for a U.S. version of Red Dwarf, which was not picked up.

Soon after the Red Dwarf USA project folded, she was offered a lead role in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Farrell starred as Jadzia Dax, the space station's Starfleet science officer, a character from an alien species known as the Trill, who is host to a 300-year-old symbiont, and can draw upon the memories and knowledge of the symbiont's seven previous hosts. The series debuted in January 1993. When she left the show at the end of the sixth season, Paramount killed off Farrell's "host" character (though continuing the "symbiont" character in a new Dax host, played by Nicole DeBoer).

Farrell then co-starred on Paramount's television comedy series Becker. She played Regina "Reggie" Kostas, foil and love interest to Ted Danson's John Becker, for four years and 94 episodes, before her character was written out of the show. Farrell told the Tampa Bay Times that she was fired from the show just after the season-four cliffhanger finale aired. She told the paper that she was completely surprised by the firing.

Farrell also provided the voice of Six of One in the animated short film Tripping the Rift, which eventually became a Sci-Fi Channel TV series with other actors providing the voice of Six. First released independently on the Internet, Tripping the Rift originally featured Patricia Beckmann as the voice of Six and was replaced by Farrell's voice for an episode of the Sci-Fi Channel's short film series Exposure, in which Farrell was guest host. Farrell's version of Six was heard only once on television.

Farrell retired in 2002 after marrying actor Brian Baker. They divorced in 2015, and Farrell played a role in the web-released fan film Star Trek: Renegades. She is expected to appear in the same role in episodes of Renegades, which strips mention of Star Trek for legal purposes.

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Sir Patrick Stewart enjoys a playful moment with Jeri Ryan at Star Trek Day

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 9, 2022
The actors enjoyed a playful moment on Thursday as they took to the red carpet for Star Trek Day, held by streaming service Paramount+ in Los Angeles. They appeared in high spirits as they giggled amongst themselves - before heading to celebrate the 56th anniversary of the original Star Trek series.