~Ethel Grey Terry~

Born: October 2, 1882 in Oakland, California, USA
Died: January 6, 1931 (age 48) in Hollywood, California, USA
~Filmography~
Object: Alimony (1928) ... Mrs. Carrie Rutledge
Confessions of a Wife (1928) ... Mrs. Livingston
A Dumb Waiter (Short) (1928) ... Mrs. Sharkey
Sharp Tools (Short) (1928)
Modern Mothers (1928) ... Mazie
Skinner's Big Idea (1928) ... Mrs. Skinner
The Cancelled Debt (1927) ... Mrs. Martin
Hard Boiled (1926) ... Mrs. Sarah Morton
The Love Toy (1926) ... Queen Zita
What Fools Men (1925) ... Violet Williamson
Old Shoes (1925)
The Fast Worker (1924) ... Edith Medcroft
Wild Bill Hickok (1923) ... Calamity Jane
Why Women Remarry (1923) ... Mary Talbot
The Unknown Purple (1923) ... Mrs. Freddie Goodlittle
The Self-Made Wife (1923) ... Corrie Godwin
What Wives Want (1923) ... Claire Howard
Brass (1923) ... Leila Vale
Garrison's Finish (1923) ... Lilly Allen
Peg o' My Heart (1923) ... Ethel Chichester
Under Two Flags (1922) ... Princess Corona d'Arague
Oath-Bound (1922) ... Constance Hastings
The Kickback (1922) ... Nellie
he Crossroads of New York (1922) ... Grace St. Clair
Too Much Business (1922) ... Myra Dalton
Travelin' on (1922) ... Susan Morton
Shattered Idols (1922) ... Jean Hurst
The White Mouse (Short) (1921) ... Erimine Reeves
Suspicious Wives (1921) ... Helen Warren
The Northern Trail (Short) (1921)
The Breaking Point (1921) ... Lucia Deeping
Habit (1921) ... Mary Chartres
A Thousand to One (1920) ... Beatrice Crittenden
Food for Scandal (1920) ... Nancy Horner (as Ethel Gray Terry)
The Penalty (1920) ... Rose
Going Some (1920) ... Mrs. Roberta Keap

The Mystery of the Yellow Room (1919) ... Mathilde Strangerson
Phil-for-Short (1919) ... Angelica Wenworth
The Carter Case (1919) ... Cleo Clark
Just for Tonight (1918) ... Lady Roxenham
A Doll's House (1918) ... Mrs. Linden
The Snail (1918)
Vengeance Is Mine (1917) ... Undetermined Role
The Secret of the Storm Country (1917) ... Madelene Walderstricker
The Hawk (1917) ... Marina
Apartment 29 (1917) ... The Girl (as Ethel Gray Terry)
Arsene Lupin (1917) ... Sonia (as Ethel Gray Terry)
Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) ... Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
The Struggle (1916) ... Marjorie Caldwell
Bought (1915) ... Helen Talbot
The Sign of the Cross (1914) ... Berenice (as Ethel Gray Terry)
~Biography~
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."

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
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