Emmy award nominated actress Terri Conn has spent nearly 20 years in front of the camera, primarily, on network television. As one of eight lead characters on the teen drama “Breaker High” (alongside Ryan Gosling of “The Notebook” and “Lala Land”) Terri discovered a love of connecting with the audience through her tears and laughter. This connection to her audience followed her from Hollywood to New York, when Conn was cast as a lead on the long-running CBS daytime drama “As the World Turns”. For the next 13 years, she would enjoy the distinction of “fan-favorite”, garnering an Emmy Nomination and the highest Q-rating of the large, ensemble cast. “As the World Turns” Executive Producer Chris Goutman says of his star, “Terri is an incredibly talented actress: funny, emotional, with an uncanny ability to connect to an audience.”. Film roles (including 2016 festival darling “Jack & Diane”) and guest-starring roles on high profile shows (such as “30 Rock” and “Law & Order”) have peppered her career, helping Conn to become the well-rounded, mature story-teller that she is today.
Terri’s newest vision is to focus her contribution to the up-and-coming genre of faith-based content, both as an actress, as well as a writer/director and she feels incredibly blessed to call the 2017 musical TV show, “Wholly Broken”, her debut project.