Ethel Grey Terry

Highest Rated: 80% The Penalty (1920)
Lowest Rated: 80% The Penalty (1920)
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A distinguished stage actress who had starred for two seasons in David Belasco's The Lily, Ethel Grey Terry later starred for New York's famous Irving Players in such plays as The Smouldering Flame and Search Me. She made her screen debut in 1914 while appearing with the Los Angeles' Little Theater and was Earle Williams' leading lady in Vitagraph's Arsene Lupin (1914). Specializing in haughty society women, Terry was the unpleasant Ethel Chichester in the famous 1922 Laurette Taylor version of Peg o' My Heart and that same year played the princess in Under Two Flags. The following year she turned up, rather surprisingly, as Calamity Jane opposite William S. Hart's Wild Bill Hickock. She was in her mid-forties by then and her career was decidedly on the wane. Terry was married to actor Carl Gerard, with whom she had appeared in both Wild Bill Hickock and a 1928 potboiler Confessions of a Wife.

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No Score Yet Peg o' My Heart Ethel Chichester 1922
80% The Penalty Rose 1920


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