Terry Wills was a founding member of the Magic Theater of San Francisco. He was also a company member of the Berkeley Repertory Theater for several years. He has directed plays, written plays, and has a TV resume that includes guest-starring roles in dozens of episodic and situation comedy productions, as well as several TV movies, and over 60 commercials. He also appeared in several feature films.
He worked in theater in the Washington, D.C., area from 1994 to 1999, including the Studio Theater, the Roundhouse, and the Washington Stage Guild. He guest-starred on "Homicide: Life on the Streets" in 1998, shot in Baltimore. He has taught theater and acting in colleges on both coasts. He has written a musical called "Bugs" which is an adaptation of the Brothers Capek's "The Insect Play."
His son is actor Benny Wills, who is a college senior in the Bay Area, and who recently filmed a supporting role in "Valley of the Heart's Delight," directed by Tim Boxell and produced by Scott Rosenfelt.
Name: Terry Wills
Known for: Sister Act