Vancouver native Teryl Rothery began her entertainment career as a dancer at age 13 when she performed in her first musical, Bye Bye Birdie. She made her first television appearance five years later on a CBC Halloween special.
After performing voiceover work for the English-language version of the popular anime series Ranma ½, she made her telefilm debut with the Christopher Reeve drama Mortal Sins -- her first of more than two dozen made-for-TV movies in 10 years. Her theatrical features include the family films Andre (1994), Magic in the Water (1995), and Masterminds with Patrick Stewart (1997).
She was featured in the acclaimed comedy Best in Show (2000) and held co-starring roles in Video Voyeur (2002) with Angie Harmon, The Book of Ruth (2004) with Chistine Lahti, Twelve Days of Christmas Eve (2004) with Molly Shannon, and Whisper (2007) with Josh Holloway.
Her many television credits are studded with genre series. She notably played the lead guest star in a classic second-season episode of The X-Files, "Excelsius Dei," and has appeared on Showtime's Jeremiah, M.A.N.T.I.S., So Weird, First Wave and twice on The Outer Limits. Other TV credits include episodes of The Commish, Viper, Glory Days, The Chris Isaak Show and the Canadian hit series Da Vinci's Inquest.
Her other recent television credits include guest starring roles on the critically acclaimed mini series Out of Order starring Eric Stoltz and William H. Macy, The Dead Zone, Smallville, Dead Like Me, Huff!, Kyle XY, and the Battlestar Galactica prequel, Caprica.
Teryl has also provided the voices of lead and supporing characters for the animated series Exosquad, Dragon Ball Z, Robocop: Alpha Commando, Reboot, Project A-ko, D'Myna Leagues and Martin Mystery.
Teryl has received TWO Leo Award Nominations, one for her portrayal of Dr. Janet Fraiser in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Lifeboat" (Best Supporting Performance by a Female) and another for her terrific performance as Laura McKinney in the Collector episode "The Medium" (Best Guest Performance by a Female). She was also nominated for a Jessie Award for her role as Claire in Tempus Theatre's 2007 production of A Delicate Balance.
In October 2008, Teryl gave birth to daughter Londyn Jean Alana Abrahams-Rothery.
Based on SciFi.com's bio. Additional information from The IMDB.