For 25 years Teri Hart has been seen and heard talking about movies, entertainment and pop culture on Canadian television and radio. Teri has an ease, intelligence and sense of humour that has made her a favourite with guests and audiences. She’ll also let you know what you should be watching, right now!
As Senior Entertainment Reporter and Supervising Producer at CITY TV Teri was responsible for producing entertainment stories on CITY News and Breakfast Television in addition to filling in as co-host for the Toronto morning show. She received a Canadian Screen Award nomination in 2018 for Best Local Newscast and her coverage of Canadian icon Gord Downie. Other highlights include reporting from the Grammy Awards, an exclusive interview with Meryl Streep and producing and hosting the CITY TV Fall TV preview.
As the face of The Movie Network (currently Crave) for 19 years, Teri interviewed the biggest names in show business. Teri has hosted live interviews with George R.R. Martin (Game of Thrones) and Robert Redford and has reported from the Cannes Film Festival and 24 Toronto International Film Festivals, several of which required her to oversee large teams. Teri has also appeared on The Morning Show (Global), E-Talk and The Social (CTV).
A member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Teri has hosted events for The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, The Toronto International Film Festival, The Toronto Film Critics Association, Disney, Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures, E-One, Sony Pictures, MK2 Films, Show Canada, The Canadian Picture Pioneers and Landmark Cinemas.
Currently, Teri can be heard as a regular contributor on CBC Radio One’s internationally syndicated arts and entertainment show, “q”.
While staying current with all things entertainment Teri also dedicates time to volunteering with the Friendly Neighbour Hotline (University Health Network), The Stop and Pioneering Women, all while keeping her finger on the pulse of the entertainment world.
Born in Brantford, Ontario, Teri studied broadcasting at Humber College where she discovered her passion for entertainment journalism. Before joining The Movie Network, Teri held several on-air positions in radio, including stints at Toronto radio stations Q107, CFNY, and Wingham’s CKNX.