She also provided the voice of Mary McGinnis in two animated films: 1999 , and 2000.
Teri Garr has made appearances in a lot of roles throughout her career, and this spans for 40 years, and she has over 140 credits in movie and television.
In 1992, Teri played Marge Nelson in , a sci-fi adventure family romantic comedy film.
In 1978, Garr appeared in a production of One Crack Out by Canadian playwright David French, playing the wife of Charlie, a pool hustler in.
After spending two years attending college, Garr left Los Angeles, and studied acting at the in New York City.
In 1966, Garr made one appearance on episode seven, uncredited.