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Height 5' 10½" (1.79 m)

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Terry Ward is an actor, known for Washingtonienne (2009), War of the Worlds (2005) and Faux Paws (2013).

Trivia (15)

Used to speak Spanish fairly well.
A James Madison University alumnus.
Great-great grandson of decorated Civil War "Irish Brigade" fighter "Brooklyn Johnny" Ward.
In the 80s during a live weekly radio variety show, co-wrote and performed in skits with Robin Williams, Linda Williams, Bill Monroe, and Doc Watson.
Has had several roles requiring drawing or painting on camera or in front of an audience - including a 1990's live stage remake of Ubu roi (1965) and the HBO epic John Adams (2008).
Worked in both the War of the Worlds (2005) Final 100 and Final Fifty groups of super-late-night die-hard performers.
Has had live-fire practice with pistols and with military-grade firearms including the AK-47, M-14, M-16 (AR-15 var), and Euro 7.62mm gun - yet also visited two peace rallies in Washington DC.
Has worked security or has been a stagehand for events by: President Gerald Ford,Bob Hope,Lou Rawls,Lyle Lovett,The Judds {Wynonna Judd and Naomi Judd}, The Fixx {Jamie West-Oram band}, and Echo & The Bunnymen.
Had numerous theatre/TV/film roles since childhood.
While in middle and high school, worked at an IATSE-affiliated professional theater as a set construction helper and as a stagehand.
Present "as a prop" in various episodes of HBO series Washingtonienne (2009) as central figure in an office photo appearing in Senate offices. Was posed being presented with an award plaque as "Senate Staffer of the Year" while other Senate Staff characters crowded around.
Recovering from catheter-process heart surgery. [July 2009]
(Thru January 2010,) exhibiting a painting at Smithsonian-affiliated Annmarie Garden; Ward painting next to Arnoldo Pomodoro's bronze Traveler's Column. (Info: http://grumpyvisualartist.blogspot.com/2010/03/famous-artists-and-also-me-in-there-too.html ) [December 2009]
According to a Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) affiliated website, Ward makes visual art at temporary outdoor studio sites ("bases") ---often in Brooklyn (in a blighted area of RedHook)--- and is active as an unrepresented artist in NYC, Washington DC, Chicago, and Virginia. [April 2010]
As a conceptual art / performance art piece, running for Lieutenant Governor of Illinois. (Info http://grumpyvisualartist.blogspot.com/2010/03/recent-performance-art.html ) [March 2010]

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