Classic Movie Hub (CMH)

Terry Thomas Overview:

Character actor, Terry-Thomas, was born Thomas Terry Hoar Stevens on Jul 14, 1911 in London, England. Thomas died at the age of 78 on Jan 8, 1990 in Godalming, England .



BlogHub Articles:

No article for at this time. Submit yours here.

Terry Thomas Quotes:

Lily Munster: Oh! Freddie Munster, you're not a very nice person!
Freddie Munster: I am a thorough rotter. Like all the Musters before me, and proud of it!

Raymond Delauney: [Repeated line during tennis game to Palfrey] Hard cheese old boy!

Major Hitchcock: We've got chaps here who could break out in a muck sweat merely by standing still.

read more quotes from Terry-Thomas...

Share this page:
Also a Cancer

See All Cancers >>
Terry-Thomas Facts
In 1966 he was about to co-star in a movie called "Easy Come, Easy Go" with Jan Berry and Dean Torrence in the leading roles. Due to a car wreck during shooting, in which Berry suffered a severe brain damage and paralysis, the film was canceled. The film would have marked the screen debut of Mel Brooks, who also would have starred in the movie.

Changed his professional name from Thomas Terry after repeatedly being asked if he was related to stage legend Ellen Terry

He was asked by director Derek Jarman to star as "Prospero" in his Shakespeare adaptation The Tempest (1979), but his failing health didn't allow him to play this role, which was eventually portrayed by Heathcote Williams.

See All Related Facts >>