Felisha Terrell is an American Actor best known for her relationship with National Football League Receiver Terrell Owens.
Early Life Edit
Terrell was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 16, 1979.
She claims she wasn't interested in acting as a child but did play a sugarplum fairy in a production of The Nutcracker when she was in kindergarten.
She attended the University of Iowa where she served as Chair of Student Publications Inc. which oversees the school newspaper The Daily Iowan.
She graduated in 2001 with honors and took a job selling pharmaceuticals for Eli Lily, a fortune 500 company.
In 2003, Terrell joined the NBA’s Phoenix Suns Dancers. She stayed with the team for just one season.
Personal Life Edit
Terrell and Terrell Owens began dating in 2004.
The pair was engaged to be married at the time of their break up in 2006. Her personal life became tabloid fodder after she requested the court issue a restraining order against ex-boyfriend and LA Dodgers Center Fielder Matt Kemp in 2008.
Terrell claimed the baseball player verbally abused, stalked and threatened her, the couple eventually settled their differences and she agreed to drop the complaint.
Terrell worked as a model for the Ford/Robert Black Agency in Scottsdale, Arizona.
In 2006, Terrell decided she wanted to act and moved to Los Angeles and started taking classes.
She appeared in small roles in the movie Get Smart and the HBO show Entourage in 2008 but her first big break came in 2009 when she landed the role of Arianna Hernandez on the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives.
She stayed with the show for just a few months. Producers broke her three year contract and fired her. Her last episode aired in August of 2009.
In July of 2009, Terrell appeared on The T.O. Show - a VH1 reality show about her ex-fiancé Terrell Owens. Her last appearance was in Season 2.
Terrell made a guest appearance on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2010 and had an unnamed role in the Facebook movie, The Social Network.
In 2011, Terrell was cast in a supporting role in a comedy pilot for the FOX network called The Goodwin Games but was replaced by another actor before the show began airing in the spring of 2013.