Terri Seymour serves as a correspondent for the nationally syndicated television show, "Extra." She joined the program in 2004 as a freelance reporter covering "American Idol" and was then promoted to a full-time correspondent position.
During "Extra's" 18th season, Terri will continue to cover "American Idol" and FOX's new series, "The X- Factor," for one-on-one interviews with judges and contestants, and all the backstage moments from the live shows. Additionally, Seymour continues to cover fashion and beauty segments, movie premieres, junkets, on-set visits and is a regular red carpet favorite.
Before Seymour joined "Extra," she was a successful model and television personality in the United Kingdom. She grew up in Buckinghamshire, England, where she began modeling at age 12. As a model, Seymour traveled to fashion capitols Paris, Milan and New York. She was featured in countless fashion magazines including Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue (English) and GQ (English). In addition to magazine spreads, Seymour was part of one of Benetton's highly successful and influential advertising campaigns and appeared in numerous runway shows for designers including Vivienne Westwood, Donna Karan and Armani.
In the beginning of Seymour's television career, she appeared on the UK television series, "The Clothes Show," and then appeared on the English version of "The Wheel of Fortune" for three seasons. She has also appeared on the UK's "GMTV" and acted as a correspondent on the daytime show, "This Morning." One of her first American television appearances was as an entertainment reporter on FOX 11's "Good Day L.A.," on which she continues to appear. Seymour also continues to serve as a live reporter on FOX 11's 10 PM newscast.
Seymour has appeared in films including "Material Girl" with Hilary Duff, "24 Hour Party People," "The Leading Man" with Jon Bon Jovi, and HBO's "In the Beginning." Seymour served as a judge on "The Tyra Banks Show" Male Model Search and has been featured on E! News' special programs that profile celebrities. Most recently, Seymour has been featured in issues of OK! and Hello Magazine as well as Parade. As an "Extra" correspondent, Seymour serves as a regular entertainment commentator on programs such as CNN Showbiz Tonight, FOX News and MSNBC.
Seymour currently lives in Los Angeles.