Welcome to
Teri Reeves







Teri is a Northern California native, has lived in Houston, Texas, Grand Rapids,   
Michigan, Santa Barbara, San Diego, and now resides in Los Angeles, California.  Teri holds a fourth degree brown belt in brazilian jiu jitsu from Professor Romulo Barral. She is a certified personal trainer, sucker for black coffee, yoga, and early morning weight lifting. She is also a classically trained pianist and has been playing since she was five.

Inspired to be an actress as a young girl watching Katherine Hepburn in 'The Philadelphia Story', she was shy about pursuing a career in the field. Teri started as a math major at UC Santa Barbara but on a whim auditioned for the acting program. She got in. Her fate was forever changed.

She studied to be an actress in the BFA theater program at UC Santa Barbara and the MFA theater program at UC San Diego.  

Teri recurs as Dorothy in ABC's "Once Upon a Time", was series regular Dr. Hallie Casey opposite Jesse Spencer in the first season of NBC's 'Chicago Fire', and starred as KJ Jameson in Hulu's first original scripted show 'Battleground'. Recurring, guest, and co-star credits also include Grey's Anatomy, Castle, Scandal, NCIS, NCIS:Los Angeles, Undercovers, Medium, Rules Of Engagement, Three Rivers, The Forgotten, Numbers, and General Hospital. She has also appeared in several independent films.

Teri is proud to be a producing member of the Ovation Award winning Chalk Repertory Theatre where she frequently appears in stage productions. www.chalkrep.com

Dorothy on "Once Upon A Time"

Hallie on "Chicago Fire"

Hallie on "Chicago Fire"

KJ on "Battleground"

Praise for "Trouble We Come From"

"Teri Reeves, managing director of L.A.-based Chalk Repertory Theatre, is splendid in her quadruple roles as Charlie’s three former lovers and one anonymous come-hither blonde."         

-LA Times http://www.latimes.com/tn-gnp-stage-review-a-playwright-runs-from-his-past-20150620-story.html

“The stunning Reeves nails the plum assignment of brining to diverse life four different women, with special snaps for her diametrically opposed Joanna (smoldering sultriness personified) and Kelly (quiet, troubled, and touching)...” http://www.stagescenela.com/2015/06/the-trouble-we-come-from

“Teri Reeves in a tour de force performance plays all the crazy, but irresistible women from Charlie’s past. She shifts with ease from Joanna, Samantha, Kelly and The Blond, making each character distinct and memorable.” http://www.examiner.com/review/funny-with-a-dash-of-dark-the-trouble-we-come-from-is-a-hit

“The amazing performances by Teri Reeves as four completely different women is noteworthy because even though we know from the program that Joanna, Samantha, The Blonde and Kelly are all played by Ms Reeves, her approach and delivery for each one is sexy and believable.  No stereotypes for her.  Her Kelly is especially moving.” onstagelosangeles.blogspot.com/2015/06/the-trouble-we-come-from-at-falcon.html

“As hard as it is to steal/grab focus from these two best buds (Caan and Weston's repartee's so smooth, so realistically believable), Teri Reeves manages to do just that each time she's on stage. First, as the former girlfriend Joanna, a firecracker hot Cuban bombshell (with the accent to match); Reeves' hysterical vamping as she seduces Charlie absolutely slays while raising the collective temperature of the room. With the aid of disguising wigs and totally different body language, Reeves re-enters the stage three more times as three totally different women -- two other past girlfriends, Samantha and Kelly and a possible blonde quickie. Bravo to Mz. Reeves for her versatility in creating such distinct and different women, with her Kelly being the most raw and soul-baring from her repertoire of characters.” http://www.broadwayworld.com/los-angeles/article/BWW-Reviews-Definitely-No-Trouble-Enjoying-Scott-Caans-THE-TROUBLE-WE-COME-FROM-20150613#June

“Teri Reeves plays all four of Charlie’s colorful ex girlfriends, and an amazing job she does too, with characters ranging from homicidely sexual to gentle and heartbroken, she metamorphosed transcendentally...” http://nohoartsdistrict.com/theatres/theatre-reviews/item/2977-theatre-review-the-trouble-we-come-from-the-falcon-theatre



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