Terri Ivens

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Terri Ivens
Born (1967-06-23) June 23, 1967 (age 51)
Newport Beach, California
Spouse(s)Mark Osgood (divorced)

Terri Ivens (born June 23, 1967) is an American actress and author. Ivens is best known for her portrayal of Simone Torres on All My Children — a role she originated in October 2001 and portrayed until December 2006, and briefly in 2007.

Personal life[edit]

Ivens was born in Newport Beach, California and raised in Reno, Nevada. She was engaged to baseball first baseman, David Segui, but they broke off the engagement in 2003. She married Mark Osgood on July 2, 2004, but in 2013, Ivens revealed that she is divorced.[1] Their daughter, Kiana, was born on October 9, 2004.[2]

Ivens is also a major sports fan. Her favorite teams include the San Francisco 49ers, the Los Angeles Lakers and the San Antonio Spurs. She enjoys skiing, whitewater rafting and golf. Other non-sports related hobbies include creative writing and poetry, photography and arts & crafts.


Her feature film credits include; Jimmy Hollywood, with Joe Pesci, and Marked for Death, with Steven Seagal. Her television credits include roles in The Barefoot Executive, with Jason London, There Was a Little Boy, with Scott Bairstow, and Breast Men. She played Debbie Baxter in the TV series Wake, Rattle, and Roll. She also had guest appearances in Roseanne, Boy Meets World, Coach, Melrose Place, Baywatch, Married... with Children and Highway to Heaven. She has also done voice work for the classic Lucas Arts adventure game, Grim Fandango, as Lupe.

She released her debut novel, The Buzz: Pointing Fingers, in late 2014.[2]


  1. ^ "REAL-LIFE STATUS". Soap Opera Digest. July 29, 2013. p. 13.
  2. ^ a b "Novel Approach". Soap Opera Digest. February 9, 2015. p. 69.

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