|Who is it?||Actress, Soundtrack|
|Birth Day||October 21, 1920|
|Birth Place||Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States|
|Age||100 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||March 11, 2016 (aged 95)\nRancho Mirage, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Film actress, singer|
|Spouse(s)||John Martin(1942-?) John P. Gilmour (1947-?) John Ledbetter (1966–2016)|
Terry's first movie was Love and Hisses in 1937 with Walter Winchell, at which time she was earning $400 per week. Her first western was Call of the Canyon with Gene Autry. She appeared in several Roy Rogers movies. Her best-known movie was Pistol Packin' Mama, based on the song of the same name with Robert Livingston. She retired when she married her second husband in 1966.
On June 20, 1942, Terry and test pilot John Martin eloped and were married in Las Vegas, Nevada. On October 25, 1947, she married John P. Gilmour, a Canadian. A November, 8, 1947, article in her hometown newspaper, The News-Palladium, reported, "She has given up her career as an Actress and she and her husband and her four-year-old son by a previous marriage will make their home at St. Genevieve de Pierre Fonds, Quebec."
While making films, Terry continued her singing career in a limited way. On August 15, 1943, she appeared as guest female singer on The Bob Crosby Show on NBC radio.