Terri LaCroix

played by Regina King
Character Biography

Terri LaCroix navigates her life with the highest degree of certainty. She and her husband, Michael, are both successful and driven individuals who provide the best for their son, Kevin. Terri always makes sure her son has his eye on the ball, both literally and figuratively. When Kevin’s swept up in the Captains’ Party scandal, she’s rattled to her core. Terri will do anything to protect Kevin, but the insulation her and Michael’s success afforded their family may yet prove to be too thin to weather this storm. 

Characters: Leslie Graham | Dan SullivanTerri LaCroixAnne Blaine | Kevin LaCroix | Taylor Blaine | Eric Tanner | Evy Dominguez 


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Actor Biography

Thanks to roles in a number of prominent films, Regina King's distinguished talents have not gone unnoticed by Hollywood. She has recently been seen in recurring roles on CBS's hit show The Big Bang Theory, Showtime's critically acclaimed series Shameless and FX's thriller The Strain from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. The skilled actress wrapped the fifth and final season of TNT's drama Southland in 2013, which she starred as 'Detective Lydia Adams' in the show from Emmy Award winners John Wells, Ann Biderman and Chris Chulack. In addition to directing television episodes of BET's Gabrielle Union starrer Being Mary Jane, King made her feature film directorial debut with the teleplay adaptation of the best-selling book, Let the Church Say Amen, slated for a 2015 airdate on the BET Network. King will next be seen in a pivotal role on the new ABC crime-drama series American Crime, has wrapped filming the comedy pilot Pariah for FX, and is directing an episode of ABC's Scandal during its current fourth season.

King recently starred as the title character's mother in Lifetime's original movie The Gabby Douglas Story. She was also the female lead opposite Forest Whitaker in the comedy, Our Family Wedding. Before that she top-lined the Lifetime Network original movie Living Proof, executive-produced by Renée Zellweger and starring opposite Harry Connick, Jr. She also had roles in Year of the Dog opposite Molly Shannon, Laura Dern, Peter Sarsgaard and John C. Reilly for director Mike White and the Screen Gems' holiday-film This Christmas, opposite Mekhi Phifer and Loretta Devine which opened Thanksgiving 2007 exceeding box office expectations.

King also starred opposite Sandra Bullock in the comedy Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous as well as voiced 'Kreela' in the animated film, Ant Bully. Prior, she appeared in the Oscar nominated film Ray, opposite Jamie Foxx. In the film, King portrays Margie Hendricks, Charles' outrageous mistress. USA Today said of her performance, “...and the increasingly versatile Regina King as the tragic Margie Hendricks, who attacks her character's intense ups and downs with equal gusto.”

King's other notable film credits include A Cinderella Story opposite Hilary Duff, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde opposite Reese Witherspoon and Daddy Day Care opposite Eddie Murphy.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, King made her television debut on the hit sitcom 227. After five seasons, King made the leap to the silver screen with a role in John Singleton's powerful directorial debut, Boys N the Hood. She would soon collaborate with Singleton again in Poetic Justice and Higher Learning. King has always been consistent in showing her dynamic range, bouncing effortlessly from dramatic material to comedic performances, like in the hit film Friday with Ice Cube and in A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, opposite Martin Lawrence.

But if there was a definite turning point in her career, it came in 1997 with her memorable role as Cuba Gooding Jr.'s wife Marci in the blockbuster film Jerry Maguire. This led to starring roles in How Stella Got Her Groove Back with Angela Bassett, the hit action thriller Enemy of the State opposite Will Smith, the family adventure Mighty Joe Young with Charlize Theron and the comedy Down to Earth opposite Chris Rock.

King also found her way back to the small screen in 2000 with a role in HBO's acclaimed telefilm If These Walls Could Talk 2 and in the 2002 NBC comedy, Leap of Faith and additionally known for her voice-work on the animated series, The Boondocks.

King currently resides in Los Angeles with her son.

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