Phillip Terry (1909-1993) was an American actor who was the third husband of actress Joan Crawford. He first began acting while attending Stanford University, after which he enrolled at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He then spent four years doing stock theater in Britain.
Afterwards, he moved back to Hollywood, where he performed on CBS Radio, primarily in Shakespearian roles. In 1937, he moved into film when he got hired by MGM. His early filmography consisted of bit parts, most of which were uncredited. However, he did move up into more significant roles in films like The Lost Weekend and To Each His Own. In the late 1940s, he semi-retired from acting to pursue a successful career in real estate.