Teresa Ann Savoy (b. 18 July 1955 in London) is a British-born actress. She has appeared in a number of Italian films.
Savoy was 18 years old when she appeared in the Italian adult magazine Playmen (October 1973), using an alias of "Terry". "Terry", who fled from home at 16, was living in a hippie community in Sicily and soon became an attention of the press.
In 1974, her acting career began when film director Alberto Lattuada (who has discovered Federico Fellini and Silvana Mangano) gave her her first role in the film Le farò da padre aka La bambina, playing a mentally retarded girl named Clotilde.
Her next film was Vizi privati, pubbliche virtù (1975) directed by the Hungarian director Miklós Jancsó. The film told the story of the son of the Austrian-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph and his rebellion against his father. Teresa played the baroness Mary Vetsera, Rudolph's lover, but in Jancso's vision, she appears as a hermaphrodite.
In 1975 Savoy met Tinto Brass and they worked together
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