Teresa Ganzel Biography

Teresa Ganzel is an America-based actress and comedienne who came into the spotlight after playing recurring roles in television as well movie productions. Apart from this, she usually played stereotypical roles ((ditzy, buxom, blonde bimbo) during the 1980s movies. In addition to this, she had done so many voice-over jobs in popular animated and children’s television series as well.

Teresa Ganzel Early Life

Teresa Ganzel was born on 23rd March 1957 and brought up in Toledo, Ohio. She was in high school when she started acting in plays and got the proposal for her first commercial for Arctic Cat Snowmobiles. Later, she got several more commercials and related proposals. She went to the prestigious Goodman Theater at the Art Institute in Chicago and attained her arts and drama education there only.


Her most prominent work came in 1962 when she joined “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. She has played many dumb blonde bimbo roles including “Three’s Company”, “National Lampoon’s Movie Madness”, “The Toy” and “Married with Children”. Later in 1984, she appeared in another role of young and ditzy blonde in a short sitcom named “The Duck Factory” where a young “Jim Carrey” was introduced to the American audiences. In the early or late 1980s, she has appeared in many games shows particularly on the incarnation of “Pyramid” where she appeared as the recurring celebrity in the late 1980s (i.e. from 1986-89) in the version of Hollywood Squares. Later in 1987, she also appeared in the game show named “Money in the Blank”. Ganzel had many voice-over roles in the cartoon, animated, and other related movies.

She has got her voice in different movies including “The Emperor’s New School”, “Cow and Chicken”, “Goof Troop”, “Horton Hears a Who!”, “Monsters Inc.”, and many more. Her best-ever role was in the animated where she served as Miss Vavoom that was one of the homage roles to all the sexy film stars, singers, and damsels. She also appeared in the “Tom & Jerry Kids” and others including Droopy, Master, and Detective. In 2010, she played a significant role in the off-Broadway “Viagara Falls”. Later, she appeared in the role of Jacqueline Tempest with the same role and the play staged in other cities. On 20th April 2016, she appeared in the podcast named Ken Reid’s TV Guidance Counselor.

Teresa Ganzel Biography

Real Name Teresa Ganzel
Birth Date 23 March 1957
Age (as of 2021) 64 Years
Birth Place Toledo, Ohio, United States
Nationality American
Profession Actress
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Aries

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 8” – in Centimeters – 173 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 61 kg  –  in Pounds –  134 lbs
Shoe Size 7 (U.S.)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Slim


Brother Mark Ganzel


School Not Known
College Not Known

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Husband Richard Davis
Children None

Personal life

Teresa Ganzel is a married woman and is living happily with her husband. Her husband’s name is Richard Davis. It is not known when and where the pair met first. They appear to be together on various shows and celebrity-related events. The pair got married on 17th January 2004 and are living happily with each other. Her husband is an actor and a director too. As of now, they have been together for 16 years and are not involved in any individual extramarital affair or any relationship. Teresa used to be very secretive as far as her personal life is concerned. It is not clear whether she has any kids or not. She has not disclosed anything related to her children’s or love life or anything related to before or after her marriage life.

Teresa Ganzel Net Worth

Teresa Ganzel is one of the successful comedian actresses who have worked in many comic films, animated videos, and game shows. She is estimated to earn an annual income of around $50 thousand.


  • She is quite funny and adorable when it comes to talking to her both on-screen and off-screen.
  • Teresa has appeared in “The $25,000 Pyramid Show” where she was named among the top 10 best players appeared on television. She used to be a frequent guest on the television reality shows named Lose or Draw, Super Password, Hollywood Squares, and many more.
  • She has also appeared as a guest while making voice-over roles in various animated series like Toy Story, Monsters Inc., etc.
  • One of her best-known roles was in Richard Pryor’s film named “The Toy” where she appeared as Jackie Gleason’s wife named “Fancy Bates”.

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