Terrence Currier

Terrence Currier is an American actor, best known for National Treasure, The Jackal, Something to Talk About, and Pelican Brief. Other film credits include Full Moon Fables, State of the Artist, For Richer or Poorer, Gardens of Stone, Hide in Plain Sight, and …and justice for all.

Theatre credits include his Broadway debut as Welch in Damn Yankees (Marquis Theatre) and regionally, as Theodore Whitman in Follies (Kennedy Center), Alp in Heidi (Imagination Stage), Adam in As You Like It (Folger Theatre), Alfred P. Doolittle in My Fair Lady (Signature Theatre), Senator Norval Hedges in Born Yesterday, M. Toulon/Judge in M. Butterfly, Candy in Of Mice and Men, Pop Weaver in The Great White Hope, Arvide Abernathy in Guys and Dolls, M. Doucet in Animal Crackers, Edward in A History of the American Film, and Burglar in Heartbreak House (Arena Stage), and Dr. McSharry in The Cripple of Inishmaan (Studio Theatre)