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Terri Ivens

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Terri Ivens joined the cast of "All My Children" in the role of Simone Torres in November, 2001. Simone's brainstorm in creating Fusion's search for the sexiest man in America gave her the opportunity to really strut her stuff and make her mark on the company. Her talents in finding the men are undeniable; however, finding true love remains to be elusive.
Her feature film credits include; "Jimmy Hollywood," with Joe Pesci, and "Marked for Death," with Steven Seagal. In television she was featured in "The Barefoot Executive," with Jason London, "There Was a Little Boy," with Scott Bairstow, and "Breast Men." She also had guest appearances in "Roseanne," "Coach," "Melrose Place," "Baywatch" and "Married With Children."
Ivens is a major sports fan. Her favorite teams include the San Francisco 49ers, the Los Angeles Lakers and the San Antonio Spurs. In fact, she was engaged to baseball player David Segui in 2003.  She enjoys skiing, white water rafting and golf. Other non-sports related hobbies include creative writing/poetry, photography and arts & crafts.
One of Ivens favorite charitable programs is America's Junior Miss, a scholarship foundation. She is a former National finalist as Nevada's Junior Miss. She also lends her support to Media Fellowship International, Emergency Response Support Team, and to Youth Outreach.
Ivens is married to Mark Osgood and they have one child, a daughter, Kiana Elle Osgood who was born October 9, 2004. Ivens has brown hair and eyes and celebrates her birthday on June 23rd.
Ivens was a stunt woman for the feature film “Point Blank.” She grew up watching All My Children. One of her favorite characters was Tad. When she landed the role of Simone, she couldn't believe her good fortune as she actually got to be Tad's love interest for a time on the show.
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