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|Location:||Bon Temps, Louisiana|
|Known relatives:||Andy Bellefleur (second cousin); Portia Bellefleur (second cousin); Arlene Fowler (wife); Coby Fowler (adoptive son); Lisa Fowler (adoptive son); Michael Bellefleur (adoptive son); Bill Compton (ancestor) |
|Introduction:||Dead Until Dark|
|Final:||"Don't You Feel Me"|
Terry Bellefleur is a fictional character from "The Southern Vampire Mysteries" series of novels written by Charlaine Harris. The novels have been adapted into the popular HBO television series, True Blood, where the role of Terry Bellefleur was played by actor Todd Lowe.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Terry Bellefleur's family has lived in the Bon Temps area for as long as the town has existed. A former soldier in the United States Marine Corps, Terry served during the first Persian Gulf War. Following the war, Terry returned to the United States suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome. He found employment working as a bar back at Merlotte's Bar and Grill. Terry was a kind-hearted individual, but his PTSS also made him one of the more colorful figures found at Merlotte's. He was sometimes given to extreme outbursts of emotion, but on the average, he was usually known for his quirky mannerisms and occasional facial tics.
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The character of Terry Bellefleur was created by director and writer Alan Ball based on concepts developed by author Charlaine Harris.
- In the novel Dead Until Dark, Terry Bellefleur was actually much older than he was in the television series and he served during the Vietnam war, not the Persian Gulf War, where he was detained as a P.O.W.
- Terry's surname is French for "beautiful flower".
- Owned a pet armadillo. 
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