Theatre includes: Called to Account (Tricycle); Bloody Sunday (Tricycle and Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Seasons Greetings (Windsor); Road to Ruin (Orange Tree); Twelfth Night (Westcliff); Blithe Spirit (WYP); The Country Wife (Oxford); Present Laughter (tour); John Bull (Bristol); The Curse of the Werewolf (Stratford East); Lady Audley’s Secret (Lyric, Hammersmith); The Demon Headmaster – the Musical (tour); and demon kings in several pantomimes as well as Captain Hook in Peter Pan. In his early career, Terrence worked at the Old Vic and Bristol Old Vic and he was an Associate member of the RSC from 1966-70.
Television includes: Churchill At War; The Worst Week of My Life; Courtroom; Bremner, Bird and Fortune; Midsomer Murders; The Bill; Prime Suspect 3; Poirot; Jonathan Creek; Inspector Morse; Wish Me Luck; Heartbeat; Miss Marple; The Royal; four series of Cadfael; three series of The Demon Headmaster; Softly, Softly; Crown Court; Secret Army; Bergerac; The Diary of a Nobody; Hannay.
Film includes: Gandhi; Loophole; Sahara.
Terrence has worked extensively in radio and has recorded scores of audiobooks.