Terry Moore is a film and television actor from the ‘40s. She worked as a child model when she was young. She’s been known for her credit roles in films, Mighty Joe Young and Peyton Place. Her performance in Come Back, Little Sheba earned her a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her career has developed rapidly because she joined Columbia Pictures and signed long-term cooperation.

During the period, she participated in the production and appeared in some movies. It was only in the ‘60s that her career started to slow down when she appeared in a string of B-movies. Despite the slowdown, her early successes in the industry were enough for her to be recognized and honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. To date, she walks as one of the surviving stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age.