December 23, 1981
Terri Leigh got her start in media at the age of 15 with the Canadian radio network Golden West Broadcasting. She credits GWB for helping launch her career and opening many doors for her within the industry. Starting off as a part-time receptionist then as a commercial producer, Terri worked her way up to become a morning drive-time show host.
In the autumn of 2010, Terri returned to radio to begin a career in sales for HOT103/QX104.
In 2004 she began with Global Television, programming channels including Fox Sports World Canada, Xtreme Sports and MenTV. She returned to the airwaves with local Winnipeg radio station Cool FM before rejoining Global in 2008 to begin her role as a Fox Soccer Report anchor, where she remained until 2010.
Away from the camera, Terri holds the position of vice-chair with the Manitoba chapter of Canadian Women in Communications.
- Bell, Jack (2009-05-16). "A New Face on 'Fox Soccer Report'". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-02-05.
- Derek Taylor [@DerekTaylorFSR] (6 September 2010). "Big changes on the Report tonight...10pm ET, 7pm PT. My background picture gets a little less relevant" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- Derek Taylor [@DerekTaylorFSR] (6 September 2010). "Best of luck T-Bone. We'll miss you on the Report #TerriLeigh" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- "Unprofessional Foul - An EXCLUSIVE Interview with Fox Soccer Report's Terri Leigh". Retrieved 2010-02-05.