Terence was one of The Joker's many Goons. He had prematurely gray hair and a stocky build.


Terence was seen as a mime during the Joker's attack on Vinnie Ricorso. His makeup included long, thin dark streaks down the eyes and a pair of very small, pouting red lips. He appears on the sidewalk just down the street from Gotham City Hall, performing various maneuvers such as "the invisible box" and "pulling on an imaginary rope" while a family of tourists gawked and pointed at him from a short distance away. Terence's job was apparently to distract any onlookers while Bob Hawkins (who was standing nearby, half-hidden behind the corner of a building) leaned out to take photographs of the Gotham Globe news reporters. Terence is successful, as Bob obtains excellent photos of both Alexander Knox and Vicki Vale.

Terence was also with the rest of the Joker Goons at the Flugelheim Museum, especially when he repainted the head of a statue to reproduce the likeness of the Joker; he then loaned his brush to the Joker so that his boss could write "Joker was here" on one of the wall paintings.

He was last seen in Gotham City's 200th Anniversary Parade. His fate was never revealed, but it was implied he was apprehended by the GCPD as in the final scene that Commissioner James Gordon gave a speech that the remnant of Joker Goons who were not killed were captured by the GCPD.

Behind the ScenesEdit

  • Terence was one of three named goons in the film, the other two were Bob and Lawrence. Terence and Lawrence were only called by name at the Flugelheim Museum sequence and both names rhymed. However, Terence was a reference to Terry Plummer's actual name by Jack Nicholson.
  • Terence was often mistakenly believed to be the Overweight Joker Goon, who was played by Mac McDonald, who also wore a black ball cap.