You get a little tickling, then you bump into something, and boom, you fallTeri Garr fights MS with humor Jun 01, 2004
I didn't tell people because I didn't want pity and I was afraid I wouldn't get workEntertainment Today: Showbiz News Oct 10, 2002
I didn't tell people because I didn't want pity, and I was afraid I wouldn't get workHollywood Digest Oct 09, 2002
Voices of Multiple Sclerosis: The Healing Companion: Stories for Courage, Comfort and StrengtTeri Garr adds voice to 33 living with MS Dec 01, 2009
Terry Ann "Teri" Garr (born December 11, 1944) is an American actress and comedienne.
Garr was born in Lakewood, Ohio. Her father, Eddie Garr (né Gonnoud), was a vaudeville performer, comedian and actor whose career peaked when he briefly took over the lead role in the Broadway drama Tobacco Road. Her mother, Phyllis Lind (née Emma Schmotzer), was a dancer, an original Rockette, wardrobe mistress, and model.
Garr is a 1962 graduate of North Hollywood High School. She briefly attended Cal State Northridge, then known as "San Fernando Valley State College".