Guestbook Archive 3
Happy birthday to Terry who was and still is great!
Hi Terry....I'm totally in love with you....
Name: lynn miesse
My 1st husband and i were big fans of St. Elsewhere. recently found it on line and have been watching it again.
Terry, outstanding job to you and everyone involved with ToD. ToD is not a war movie but a account of life at that time and place you all did a number 1 job. I have it on DVD here in Iraq and still watch it.
Thanks for saving me hours of bordom.
TOD was my favorite all time TV show! I am 32 now and used to watch it at 12! I had the greatest crush on LT and of course, LOVED YOU SGT.!!!
You defanatly made ToD what it was, great, great show.
Been a long time since Jason Lee.
Name: Tom Nishimura
Congratulations on a great movie career. Been a long time but I remember you as being one hell of a boxer! Recall a pic of you and I in the WSU yearbook as intercollegiate boxers. In all your movies; did your fighting ability ever become an asset?
With warmest regards "Nish"
Tour of Duty - Simply the best dvd collection I have ever purchased, cheer Terry and the guys.
Name: derek Hart
My favorite has gotta be tour of duty.
Name: Sgt Cummings, Patrick
First off would like to agree with everyone on a great actor. Second of all I remember as a kid watching tour of duty and well now that I am in Iraq its just a comfort to remmeber of a time when I was in the states. Just wanted to say great actor and love how it was written. Just wish there was more of them lol
I just wanted to say thank you, for so much more then I really can describe. I watched you on Tour of Duty back when I was a young man with dreams ofbeing a soldier, and always kept you in mind as how a leader should treat his men. When I was 17, I enlisted in the US Army as a Cavalry Scout (no horses, just a LOT of walking), and as always, used the example that you and the rest of the guys had given me as my main way of approaching my chosen career. I am now 35, a disabled veteran (remember, feet and knees together when landing from a Jump) and influence a lot of young men that have the same dreams I had as a young, soon to be, soldier. As always I use yourself and the others as points of influence in dealing with these young men, so I just wanted to say thank you again, for making a role turn into a role model that has lasted for so long and meant so much.
Name: Jonathan L
You were my hero when I was 9-10 years old. I loved tour of duty. And I just bought them all on dvd. Still love to watch it. Thanks for all the memories..
As a soldier myself, I am very proud of hte way you guys portrayed those who came before me.
Name: Maria Franklin
I watched every episode of ToD when it was aired on satelite tv back in 1987 - 1990. I thought it was a great, well informed and well acted series. I am over the moon that I will eventually get it on DVD so I can watch my fav Sarge in action again. I was sad when the series finished but hey, ce la vie. Best wishes to you and your fiancee for a happy life together. My son, Mark, who is 19 thinks it is a great show due to the realism behind it all, and can’t wait to watch them with me. Lock n Load Sarge.
Best wishes, Maria.x
I used to watch Tour of Duty when it was released on channel 5 in France approx 20 years ago. I'm now in my forties and it's great to watch it again on French TV. Thanks to you and to the rest of the team !
The best. Tour of Duty. You rocked!
hal0o0o0o0o0o!!!!! i love to watch the ep. of tour of duty when you, johnson and baker found a baby and when another baker showed up!!! l.t. and you are always close together, I wonder why!!!! but to be honest, jur always a good actor!!!!! (buyag) keep up with the good work!!!!!!! im a Fan of Terence Knox and Ramon Franco!!!!!!!!
Name: Liz Swan
Tour of Duty= Awesome show= Awesome character. I had the the shows recorded years ago, had them labeled with “Mom’s tapes....Don’t make me have to Kill You” but they still got recorded over!! Anyway, finally found them on DVD and got the entire set for my anniversary. My husband Terry was in the Air Force during Nam, but fortunately, he never had to leave the states. He enlisted and was in boot camp when the Army tried to draft him. How’s that for irony?? Anyway, your an awesome actor. All the guys were great, but you really made the show a success. Best of Luck in the future to you and your fiance. I dig your crazy sense of humor.
Name: Ray Gallagher
Name: Mary L. Valencia
I have been watching many episodes of TOD lately. They bring back many memories, & the characters are so real to me & you are a great actor. I worked on an Air Evac during the Viet Nam war. I was in the Women’s Army Corps from 1965 to 1969. How real the characters in TOD are to me! You all really captured the friendship & the camaraderie that existed back then; the hardships, the triumphs. I miss those days in many ways. I just wish we did not have to have had that nasty war. I love you Terry Knox!
Name: Rodrigo Oficiati
Hi my name is Rodrigo Oficiati iam age 30, im just here to say how many fans you have over here, and the TOD was the best TV series in my life! amazing work...
God bless you!
Thanks dude for the autographe!!!
Name: Connie Harris
If a "regular" woman could meet someone like "Zeke" what a wonderful world this would be! You are the sexiest man I have ever had the pleasure of watching as an actor. I hope you are as kind and caring as Terry as you were as “Sarge”.
I have been watching re-runs of st elswhere on channel 4. I never miss an episode. I was just wondering, did you gain some weight during the series, as you seemed bigger at the end than at the beginning.
Name: Jon Dalrymple
Terry I really don't know what to say to you or ask you that most likely has not been done. so I would just like to ask you for an autograph, it would really mean alot to me to have one of yourself I’m sure as a child you also looked up to someone as I do you and wish you had there autograph. I watch TOD all the time and would like to thank you for all those memories.
God Bless! your friend Jon.
I love you, Terry... always!
Name: Andrew cline
hello ,, sorry its been a while ive been workin hard, well ive been thinkin alot about my experiance on the train comeing back to portland and it was quite an amazing experiance i can say.
Name: Dana Folds
Hello Terry I would like to let you know how much I enjoyed watching you as a as a preteen and as a teen on tour of duty. I now have gotten my husband loving it now that I found it on netflix. Thank you so much
Name: Matt Z
I have ALL TOD on DVD. Been a fan of the show since they were 'Next, on an all NEW Tour of Duty" I watch them ALL straifght through about twice a year. Thank you.
Finally ... found the homepage of the face of the TV series that’s makes me wanna be 17 again!!
Name: Kyle Broussard
Watched all episode's of Tour of Duty and bought the collection box of every
Name: Andrew cline
just got to checking this website the 7th Street Bridge is not a short story by the way, but it was insteresting well I also showed my buddy this website and he says that the Marines would’nt take me if i haven’t hear of you...lol...well hope to hear from you
your friend Andrew
I watched your show when I was in high school, back in Indonesia (I'm in US now). I bought all three seasons of the DVD set & just finished them last week, definitely one of my favorite movie all time.
Name: Kaye Rushing
Hi Terry! I just wanted to let you know that I watched every episode of Tour of Duty as a child. My dad is a Marine Vet so he loved your show very much. I was all of 11 and sat and watched it with him every chance I got! I had such a huge crush on you!! :) Now, I’m 31 and still think you are a amazingly gorgeous man..on the inside and out. I have read some of your comments back to some of your fans and I am touched. You are truly a wonderful person. Take care Sweetie! If you’d ever like to take a peek at the Packer hallf of fame look me up! :)
Name: Alois Fisher
Is a honour can write here. Terence Knox made an amazingly good character in T. of Duty (aka ir Argentina as "Nam: First Platoon").
Name: Barb Gunzenhauser
I watched every episode of Tour of Duty. Growing up in the Viet Nam era my husband was in the Army. You all made the war something we didn’t have to feel ashamed of. We could be proud of the guys that went over there, we understood more of what it was like. only wish it would have lasted longer. You guys were great!
Name: FLORENCE NICOLAI
Last week I was trying to find soething interesting to watch on TV and then I found Tour of Duty. My god I used to watch it 20 years ago but the pleasure was just the same ! thanks again for this fantastic serie about Vietnam. I am addicted again.:)
watched ToD when i was about 9/10. every week just i evening till the Q8 war started in real life. then they cut it off...2 years ago they showed it on tv again. i knew almost every detail of each episode... amazin'show!
as a kid had the dream to find a guy like serg. but mine is quite bold :/ and not that tough hahahaha=)).
anyways still love the show. hope they'll show it sometime again. shows why people shouldn't be in war, just about oil and money...pittifull power
Watching the first season of St. Elsewhere on DVD right now. VERY handsome !!
Name: Scott Jacobs
It is rather funny when you think of it....
There I was returning from my first "Tour of Duty" in Afghanistan and as I was clearing to leave with my unit I found the boxed set of "Tour of Duty," a show which I watched religiously as a teen. Of course I bought it, although my wife still doesnt understand why. Here I am on my second tour in Afghanistan and I just wanted to say thanks for filming a great show. My father served in Vietnam 1967-1968 in Plieku and although he never would talk about it he did pay your show a tremendous compliment "I cant watch that, its too damn much like the real one."
It's strange, as a Airborne Infantry Sergeant in the 173rd sometimes when I am at wits end with a young soldier I have to admit I think to myself "What would ole Zeke do with this guy."
Funny I know....
Name: Aaron Nunn FC2 (SW) US Navy (inactive)
I used to watch this show when I was a teenager. Now, as Veteran, I watched the seasons again and they really helped the healing process. I hope one day they can work the shows into the VA system. It might help other vets.
I am a 9 year verteran of the U.S. Army, both a Sergeant and a Commander. Your portrayal of Zeke Anderson is right on the money as a Platoon Sergeant. Some of your actions are very simialr to what I did when I was a Sergeant. My favorite episodes are "The Pilot" particulary the part when you meet your men. "Undersiege" those are just a couple. You are very natural as a soldier. Were you in the Army?
Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed TOD. It was one of my favorite TV series and sure would be up for a reunion show. All of you guys were great and I always loved Tony Becker in the Walton's series. I have the TOD on tape and now have to try to pick up the DVD. Just finished watching the whole series again last week. Keep making those movies and would love to see a new TV series for you. Thanks for great entertainment. Barb
Name: David Wedgwood
Afraid I've only ever seen you in St.Elsewhere but that program is one of my favourite TV shows ever & you were the best thing in it! I was only a teenager back then & you had an amazing effect on me. You've aged really well too.
old episodes of St Elsewhere are on TV here at about 4am and as I work nights I get to see them. I missed them first time around, I think they are brill but never seen you in anything else!!!
I am 27 years old and I just want to say to you that you are one of my favourites actors.your interpretation as the sergeant Zeck Anderson is really perfect .Tour of duty is rediffused on a french channel and everyday i watch it!I am really glad to see again the sergeant Anderson on tv!
Thank you for all mister Terence Knox
Name: kathy mcgoldrick
Hi Terry,Tour Of Duty is one of my favorite shows. I bought the CD's to watch. I wish the show was never cancled. I have 2 brothers who were in the war during that time. Brings back memories. What are you doing now? Did you ever get married? Hope to see you on tv real soon. How about CSI Miami!!! Love that show! Love Your Fan Kathy
I watched TOD when my kids were little. If I remember it was on Monday nights. Now my kids are not so little , my son is getting his Phd next week, my daughter has a year of college left to go...and me I am reliving those Monday nights each day watching an episode , and am almost done with season 3- which will leave me so empty. I am passing the eperience on to my 4 year old grandaughter who just loves to watch it with me and always asks when you are not in a scene " Nana where is Sarge?" It was an awesome show, and you were huge in it. Didn't ever really catch St Elsewhere- but now I certainly will find it.
You have a very nice web site. Since you performed in Tour of Duty, I am wondering if you have ever been to Southeast Asia? I don't know if any of the series was actually filmed over there.
MR. Knox just wanted to say Ive always been and fan and loved TOD. Used to tape it when I couldnt be home to watch and still have those tapes. God bless!
Name: Thomas Sänger
I loved Tour of Duty. I remember watching it when I was in junior high. It was above all my favorite show and still is. And of course you were my favorite actor.You brought your character to life. they just don't make'm like they us'to. fyi you are still a hunk.
Name: PAUL LAKER
(sorry but to call you by your name when I don't know you is uncomfortable).
I saw some of the ToD series when it was screened here in 1989/90, loved it and wanted more. I was 19 at the time an as that was the age of the average soldier ToD had an amazing effect on me. While a kid growing up I looked to Lee Majors as the six million dollar man as my role model, after seeing my 1st ToD I looked to you for those few weeks, unfortunately I only saw a few shows. However I never forgot you and "Paint it Black" by the Rolling Stones became my theme tune to! Although I'm curious as I'm watching the 2nd series of a 20dvd box set of ToD trilogy (Christmas present)and so far no Stones!?
Your acting in the series was amazing (along with your fellow actors), to be able to portray scenes that touch the hearts of not only us normo's, but also that of today's soldiers whom are fighting for both of us right now! If you're ever in England please let me buy you a beer to thank you?
I can't say that I'm a fan of your other work, as although I have heard of some the films, I've never seen them. But I see that, SFC Chuck Bolick, US ARMY, EUROPE is using ToD as training material! now that is an honour, surely? Just goes to show how good an actor you are!
Thankyou so much for great TV!
MR Knox, I just found your site and wanted to say that I watched Tour of Duty from start to finish when it came out. I was in high school at the time. Once it was on DVD I bought all three seasons and watch them from time to time. I'm a SFC in the Armor world in the Army, presently in Germany and have completed a total of 21 months in Iraq. The second time I was a platoon sergeant. I have used some of the shows as training films for leadership classes and other shows for different lessons. I believe each show teaches something and will use them in the future for the same thing. I have two questions that I hope you could answer, why did the show end and why did it leave us hanging? Well sir your performance as Zeek, PLT SGT, has been an inspiration for me and others in the military for his leadership style, thanks. Respectfully, SFC Chuck Bolick, US ARMY, EUROPE
Name: GARY BRYANT
I have recently purchased the complete series of "Tou Of Duty!" As a Vietnam vet, I can really relate to this series. I think your role as Sgt Zeke Anderson was superb! I really enjoy you and the great way you portrayed what a Sgt should be in the military! Thank You for your great performance! Also thank you for once sending me an autographed photo of yourself of which I really appreciate! Best wishes Terence, your a great actor and person!
Name: John E. Volker
Terry, I was born in richland, wa. 1957 my dad worked for Handford. I was in the Army at that time of t.o.d! I was also a Sgt. I believe you played that role to perfection it was like you being my Plt Sgt. and me being a sqd. Leader. It was that real. Meaning I got into your show so much.It seems so real that I would have been proud to serve under you as a sgt/E-5 and you being a E-7. Outstanding role you played. I went in active duty in 1976 after nam. And alot of the folks there where from that era that I was with. It was not untill the late 80's that the show came out, but in a since seems so real because of the folks I served under at that time. Good luck brother. P.s I was born at Richland Hospital
Name: Amy P
Wow - great spiffy new site - been awhile since I've dropped by.
Hi Terry! Great to see the new projects you're working on... Hope you're doing well.
Roz - you still admin?
Favorite shows: "still" a tie between St. Elsewhere & Tour of Duty... with a soft spot for All is Fogiven.
Name: Janene Avery
the serie tour of duty was a eyeopener about the war in Vietnam. my daughter play it with other kids in the street for the fun behind trees and other hiding places . a lot of kids play Zeke Anderson that time you were the most popular soldier in the serie i think. anyway mij father was a Dutch inmate in the Buchenwald concentration camp liberated by the American army. in 1945. anyway tour of duty show that many American soldiers again give their lives however i wil always have respect for them .it was a terrible war. again so far away from home . But my dad and so many others survived in Buchenwald i will always be thankfull for that.
I loved Tour of Duty. Somehow they haven't brought out the dvd's in Holland, so I went on holiday to the States and brought me back Season 1 on dvd! I often watch old tv-series on dvd, but Tour of Duty is one of the few that still amuses me. Zeke was my fav. character of course. Thanks for giving me such great memories of my childhood!
Name: Bill Richer, Vietnam Era Vet
You did a super job on Tour of Duty! I lost a cousin & a friend there in the Nam while I was in Air Force stateside. I have a Vietnam Memorial page and I'd be honored if you signed guestbook. I also would like to say that you & Stephen Caffrey remind me of the older series Combat with Vic Morrow and Rick Jason playing the Sarge and LT in WWII. So many good comparisons there.
Im way too young to remember any wars but watching Tour of duty helped me in a small way to understand what it may have been like.. I also like many peeps watch over and over again... The storylines were top notch and had everything you need in a top class programme.. ENGLISH TV NEVER PUT RE-RUNS ON EITHER cheers mark
Great Actor and handsome man.....touched my life
Name: Jade E. Turner
Terry I have watched Tour of Duties at least six times,but my mom has an obseshion with you.She thinks you are so sexy.Well dad is calling me so I better go here soon.
I must say that I have seen quite a few of the movies you appeared in but nothing as TOD has ever so profoudly touched my life. From the very 1st to the final episode I have never forgotten TOD. I purchased it immediately and still regularly watch it over and over again and never grow weary of your superb and impeccable acting talent as well as the quality of the others that were cast along side of you. In the sadder episodes it still brings me tears and sobs for the realism displayed encompasses body and soul. I have to finally say that you have been etched into my mind and on my heart since the first time I saw "Zeke" and you have never left those two places. I often hoped that someday I might be blessed enough to meet you so we can just sit and talk but so far your still only a constant in my dreams. Being disabled and with limited mobility I am so grateful for those dreams. I wish you continued success and happiness and good health and know I am one of many,I am sure, that has never forgotten or lost sight of you. Peace always!
Name: Tena Adams
In my last comment, I forgot to say that the ending of the 3rd season was sad. If left us hanging there. I had to check to make sure that there was not a DVD missing. I can't believe that Zev would let the series end that way. I thought that all 3 guys that went home would go back after talking to each other on the phone and the pilot would go back also because he definately was not happy flying for the news people. I sure hope some day that they have a reunion with all of the cast. That would be great!!!!.
Regina down there wanted to wish you all the best and sent some greetings to you from germany. i knor for a fact that you got a huge fanbase here and in the netherlands.
so i'm gonna wish you all the best as well.
one your german fans
Name: Sherry & Frank
Hi TerKat! Just wanted to tell you that we loved all your work, but especially your role as Zeke in TOD and Sam Preston in Obsession...of course It was a pleasure working with you and you are a good friend. We love you man. Best of luck in your future projects. Don't fall off the horse!
Name: Mary Ellen
I just bought the whole DVD set of TOD and have been watching at least one episode a night!!. I was 7 when COMBAT first aired and became totally entranced with what men go through when they are in a war.
My oldest brother was a Marine and died of wounds received in 'Nam. When TOD first came on it was a little hard to watch but I instantly fell in love with Sgt. Anderson. Actually, as weird as Dr. White was on St. Elsewhere, I liked him, too.
Anyway, needless to say, I'm a big fan of yours. If you ever get to Phoenix, give me a call.
Name: Rack-Lakaschus, Regina
Hallo lieber Terry !
Liebe Grüße aus der Mitte von Deutschland, Bundesland Hessen, Stadt Bad Nauheim.
Leider die Grüße auf Deutsch, da ich in Englisch eine absolute Niete bin.
Terry...Just wanted you to know if I was to ever make a list of my favorite actors, you would be on there. You were the one who first got me watching St. Elsewhere. When Tour of Duty premiered, we sat there stunned at the realism and intensity of that show. The acting was some of the most superb I have ever seen on TV. Be proud of the work you did....it was excellent. Tour of Duty deserved every award as did the amazing cast. It is to the shame of television that it was not recognized as it should have been. I own Tour of Duty on DVD and we still watch them. As children of the 60's they bring back memories that we will always hold dear. Now, this last part is just between you and I. You are without a doubt the hottest, sexiest man to ever grace my TV. While my husband thought I loved ToD for the same reasons he did...it was really because I could not get enough of looking at you. Thanks for the memories and most of all, the fantasies God Bless.
Name: Steve Simpson
David sent the link to your interview on Ghost Town and your new movie. It was fun watching you. Good job!
Name: Amy G.
Thank you so much for hanging out with us at the Ghosttown Premiere. Hope you enjoyed the cashews and thank you for signing my peanut butter tin and photo. Good luck with your next movie in Georgia.
Name: Lynn Izzo
I first fell in love with Terry as Sgt. "Zeke" Anderson in the show "Tour of Duty," which sadly I never saw when it was broadcast, but happily discovered when it was introduced on dvd. Since then a friend has been introducing me to his other work, which I've greatly enjoyed. But he so perfectly embodied his ToD character I think he'll always and forever be "Zeke" to me.
Name: Teresa Craft
Absolutely on of my favorite actors (even though you do play some pretty strange characters once in a while!). Wish I could shake your hand someday.
Oh Wow! Fell in love with the gorgeous Zeke when I was 17. What an incredible portrayal of this character by Terry. This man can act! TOD is the most amazing series. Bought the dvd's and never grow tired of them. They are so profound, leave one thinking. And Terry is still as hot as ever. Yum
Hope you enjoy your appearance at the premiere of Ghost Town. Are you still writing? Hoping to see a novel or screenplay by you one of these days.
Tour of Duty (and Combat!) LIVES!
Hey there, Terry,
How's it going?
I had a really great time meeting you in Burbank in February at the tour of duty mini convention. It was well worth every cent it cost me to fly from Australia to the States. I returned home a very happy woman indeed content with wonderful memories and a collection of personally autographed photos of you and the tour of duty cast which I will treasure always. I thank you for taking the time and making the effort to meet and greet with us. It meant so much and says a lot about you as a person. And I do congratulate you as an actor. You have given some stellar performances over the years. My favourite role of yours, was and always will be Sgt Zeke Anderson. You done real good on that one. LOL
Have a good time at the Ghost Town Premiere.
Name: Georg Lauf
Hi there, I am a big fan of Tour of Duty and of you and since that period i am trying to see every film where you are playing in. Keep going on with the great acting work you are doing. I hope to see you soon here in Belgium on the big screen.
Name: Barry Jones
I haven't seen you in any project lately. Hopefully, that will change soon!
Hi Terry, I hope you are well!
In every show I have seen you in, you have really shone! You are a wonderful, talented actor, and I hope we see you on our screens much more in the future!
Good luck in all that you do,
Thanks for some great moments on "Tour of Duty"
Have a wonderful time at the premiere of "Ghost Town"
Name: Ernie Johnson
Hey Terry! I met you in Burbank in February of this year. Tour Of Duty is an all time favorite as I am a Vietnam veteran and this show is about the Vietnam war. Your portrayal of Sgt. Anderson was right on!
I hope you enjoy the premiere of "Ghost Town" and I look forward to seeing it when the movie comes to my area. Thanks!
This is a great site so much to see and read will have to keep coming back to read everything. Keep up the fabo work. will be back
bye from down under
Just wanted to say how great it was to meet you in Burbank earlier this year and to thank you for making us all feel so welcome. I really hope I can make it to any future conventions.
Sheila (the English one)
Hi great site