Terry Smith is a radio announcer for KSPN radio in Los Angeles, California, who has been one of the radio play-by-play broadcasters for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim since 2002. Smith's announcing style is very similar to Philadelphia's Harry Kalas, using such lines as "it is out-ta here!" and "struck him out!".
Terry Smith was a member of Australia's Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, representing Millner. A member of the Labor Party, he was elected to the Assembly on November 21, 1980, following the resignation of Jon Isaacs on November 2. He resigned on November 21, 1991, and was succeeded by Ken Parish.
Terry Smith is an American-born businessman, who achieved notoriety for his spell as owner of Chester City from 1999 to 2001.
Terry Smith (February 6 1959â€”September 19 2006) was a former Australian rules footballer in the Victorian Football League.
Terry Smith (May 20 1943, London) is a British jazz guitarist. Twice winner of the British Melody Maker Music Polls, he spent the early 60s playing with the Tony Lee Trio, until he became Scott Walker's musical director and accompanied the Walker Bros. on their Japan tour in 1968. Returning to the UK, and following the recording of a solo album, Fall Out (1968), produced by Scott Walker, and backed by some of the most prestigious UK-based jazz musicians of the day (Kenny Wheeler, Les Condon, Ronnie Ross, Ronnie Stephenson, Gordon Beck, Ron Mathewson, Chris Karan, and Ray Warleigh), he went on to join US soul singer J.J.
Terry Smith is an Australian artist and historian, best known for his participation in the Art & Language group. He is currently the Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory in the Henry Clay Frick Department of the History of Art and Architecture at the University of Pittsburgh.