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Teresa Anne "Terri" Hawkes (born January 31, 1958) is a Canadian actress known for playing Kelly Hennenlotter in the horror film, Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II, Adrienne in Beverly Hills 90210, Wendy Masters in General Hospital, and for being the second English dub voice actress of the title character in the original English dub of the Japanese anime Sailor Moon. She is the daughter of politician Jim Hawkes.[2]

Terri Hawkes
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Hawkes (left) with her father, Jim
Teresa Anne Hawkes

(1958-01-31) January 31, 1958 (age 61)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
ResidenceToronto, Ontario, Canada
Alma materUniversity of Calgary
University of California, Los Angeles
York University
OccupationActress, voice director, writer
Years active1983–present
Jeff Sackman
(m. 2000; div. 2017)
Parent(s)Jim Hawkes (father)

Hawkes' other voice acting roles include Baby Hugs Bear in The Care Bears Movie, and reprised the role in Nelvana's Care Bears TV show, where she also voiced Shreeky (No Heart's niece). Hawkes also had a role playing Monika Barnes in the early episodes of Traders, and also was the voice of a 3D sphere in Max Maven's The MAXimum Dimension. Hawkes also worked as a voice director for the popular children's animated series Flying Rhino Junior High, and the English version of the 1996 Canadian Horror film Karmina and was an assistant voice director for Sailor Moon.

She also wrote the screenplay of the 2002 film The Book of Eve and one episode of the Canadian children's animated series Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series which was broadcast on TVO in Canada and PBS in America. Since 2007, Hawkes has concentrated on writing and directing, with a focus on works that empower women.[3] She finished an M.A in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies, and is currently working on a doctorate in Gender Feminist and Women's Studies at York University.[4][5]

She currently lives with her two children in Toronto, Ontario.

In May 2017, Hawkes divorced from her husband, retired producer Jeff Sackman. Sackman was the founder of the defunct film company thinkfilm.




Year Title Role Notes
2004 Cube Zero Jellico direct to video movie
2002 The Book of Eve not applicable wrote the screenplay
1999 Prisoner of Love Lana
1998 Dog Park Announcer
1998 Bone Daddy Anchorwoman
1998 Papertrail Rachel Quinn/Alone
1996 Sabotage Jess
1995 Night of the Running Man Nicole, Amtrak Ticket Agent #2
1994 The Killing Machine Dr. Ann Kendall
1993 Slaughter of the Innocents Ellen Jenkins
1993 Watch It Denise
1989 Foreign Nights Leila
1989 White Hot Christine
1987 Crazy Moon Pamela
1987 Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II Kelly Hennenlotter
1986 Killer Party Melanie

Films (animated & anime)Edit

Year Title Role Notes
1985 The Care Bears Movie Baby Hugs
2000 Sailor Moon R the Movie: The Promise of the Rose Sailor Moon / Serena Pioneer / Optimum Productions Dub
2000 Sailor Moon S the Movie: Hearts in Ice Sailor Moon / Serena Pioneer / Optimum Productions Dub
2000 Sailor Moon Super S the Movie: Black Dream Hole Sailor Moon / Serena Pioneer / Optimum Productions Dub
2007 Care Bears: Oopsy Does It! Love-a-Lot Bear


Year Title Role Notes
1984 Today's Special The Nurse (1 episode); "Hospitals"
1984 Hangin' In Claudia/Jenny (2 episodes); "Okay, Blue Jays", "Great Expectations"
1986 Air Waves Marie (1 episode); "Angelfish"
1986 Night Heat Gillian Cavanaugh (1 episode); "Children of the Night"
1989–1992 Katts and Dog (2 episodes); "Crime of Fashion", "12 Cops & a Baby"
1990 E.N.G. Lorelei (1 episode); "Catch a Falling Star"
1990 General Hospital Wendy Masters
1993 Forever Knight Bernice Applebaum (1 episode); "If Looks Could Kill"
1994 Lonesome Dove: The Series Ruby (1 episode); "High Lonesome"
1995 Road to Avonlea Charlotte Ames (1 episode); "The Return of Gus Pike"
1995 Beverly Hills, 90210 Adrienne (1 episode); "You Gotta Have a Heart"
1995 Sirens Kim Stoner
1995 The Shamrock Conspiracy Maria TV movie
1996 Traders Monika Barnes Recurring role; 7 episodes
1997–1998 PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal Kate Azzopardi (3 episodes); "Palimpsest", "Map to the Stars", "Man of War"
1998 Vig Magic Lounge Waitress TV movie
1998 Murder She Purred: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery Little Marilyn TV movie
1999 Murder in a Small Town Esther TV movie
1999 The Outer Limits Dr. Cleo Lazar (1 episode); "Déjà Vu"
1999 Earth: Final Conflict Detective Sherman (1 episode); "Déjà Vu"

Television (animated & anime)Edit

Year Title Role Notes
1983 The Special Magic of Herself the Elf Snow Drop TV Movie
1985 The World Turned Upside Down Hannah
1986–1988 The Care Bears Family Shreeky / Baby Hugs Recurring role; 46 episodes
1987 Beverly Hills Teens Bianca Dupree / Blaze Summers / Jillian Thorndyke some episodes
1992 X-Men Polaris / Lorna Dane (2 episodes); "Enter Magneto", "X-Factor"
1993 Tales from the Cryptkeeper Katie (1 episode); "Grounds for Horror"
1995–1998 Sailor Moon Sailor Moon / Serena Tsukino Main role; 57 episodes
1996 Blazing Dragons Additional Voices
1997 Princess Sissi Princess Sissi Main role
1998 Flying Rhino Junior High Lydia Lopez Also served as voice director
1999 Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend Pandora (1 episode); "Prometheus & Pandora's Box"
2001 Committed Tisha (1 episode, uncredited); “Beauty is in the eye of the Beholden”
2001–2002 Quads! Franny Main role; 26 episodes
2004 6teen Betti (1 episode); "The Five Finger Discount"
2005 Rotting Hills Missy TV short
2007-2008 Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-lot Love-a-Lot Bear Main role; 17 episodes

Web seriesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Bee and Puppycat Toast (1 episode); Toast Dogs, Wedding Donut


  1. ^ a b Variety Staff (August 8, 2000). "Alexa Jade Hawkes-Sackman and Jakob Rafe Hawkes-Sackman". Variety. Reed Business Information. Retrieved June 24, 2014.
  2. ^ "Hawkes, Joanne Christie". The Globe and Mall. August 13, 2013. Retrieved June 24, 2014.
  3. ^ Kinser, Amber. "Performing Motherhood". Archived from the original on March 6, 2012. Retrieved January 19, 2013.
  4. ^ Centre For Feminist Research, York University. "Graduate Associates". Retrieved January 19, 2013.
  5. ^ Hawkes, Terri. "Theatrical representations of motherhood; performances of mother-subjects; breastfeeding practices on and off-stage". Retrieved January 19, 2013.

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Preceded by
Tracey Moore
Voice of Sailor Moon
Eps. 12 - 14, 16 - 20, 22 - 82, Movies
Succeeded by
Linda Ballantyne