Kerry is best known for her roles including the original ‘Meat’ in Queen and Ben Elton’s musical, We Will Rock You; the first British actress to play Elphaba in Wicked in the West End as well as on Broadway; and Ellen in Miss Saigon.
Other leading role credits include Grizabella in Cats at the London Palladium, for which Kerry won a What’s on Stage Award; Nancy in Oliver!
Kerry's self-title solo album is available on i Tunes and from her website an evening with Kerry Ellis as she takes you through her life in shows and performances all over the world, West End and Broadway and touring with Brian May.
Teresa's strained relationship with her stepson Dale Earnhardt Jr.
ended in May 2007 when he announced he would not be returning to DEI for the 2008 season after an agreement could not be reached that suited himself and his three siblings who claim equal right to the business.
Teresa was unable to retain the sponsorships of Budweiser and U. Army, who pulled support following the exit of Earnhardt Jr.
This was a major factor leading to the merger with Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates in November 2008 that formed Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.
Teresa is a graduate of Bunker Hill High School in Claremont, North Carolina, where she was on the varsity basketball team.