Terra Wellington Bio2018-07-25T22:15:42+00:00

Learning to play the piano at age 5 and camping in the Rocky Mountains among wildflowers, American actress and TV personality Terra Wellington has proven to not only be a talented entertainer but also a well-known advocate for healthy living and the environment.

Lifestyle Television Personality

Based in the Los Angeles area, Terra regularly appears on morning TV and radio programs talking about healthy living, wellness, and eco topics.  She has also been a major-brand spokeswoman for over 100 companies’ healthy living and planet-loving brands, including adidas, Champion, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Whirlpool, Kashi, Whitewave, Disney, R.W. Knudsen, and many more.


Releasing in 2018, she plays a supporting role in the black-and-white feature film Mississippi Requiem, a William Faulkner adaptation through Elysium Bandini Studios.  Terra has also starred on CBS’ Criminal Minds, been a series regular on the family medical drama pilot “Rx,” and appeared in many indie films.

Author & Editor

Her most recent endeavor is as a chapter contributor to the book The Reducetarian Solution (TarcherPerigee, imprint of Penguin), with a foreword by Best-Selling Author Mark Bittman.  In the book, she advocates for eating more plant-based foods — promoting Meatless Mondays and simple meat-reduction strategies for your family’s health and to benefit the environment.

She is also the Editor in Chief at SimpleMomsGuide.com — a lifestyle site for busy moms that gives inspiration and how-to’s for food, everyday home, and healthy living.  Wellington additionally is the author of The Mom’s Guide to Growing Your Family Green: Saving the Earth Begins at Home (St. Martin’s Press), a comprehensive real-person’s guide on how to help the planet and protect your family.

People & Planet

A long-time supporter of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program, Terra is passionate about ocean conservation.  She has also been a supporter of Water.org, the international charity Oxfam, the Natural Resources Defense Council, among other humanitarian and conservation organizations including UNICEF.