Aimee Mullins (born July 20, 1976) is an American athlete, actress, and fashion model. She portrayed Terry Ives in the Netflix original series Stranger Things.


Aimee Mullins found her love of performance at an early age, and has defied conventional description ever since. Her first brought international attention as an athlete. She is a gold medalist Paralympic athlete and set several World Records (100-meter dash and long jump). In 2002, she starred in Matthew Barney's art film Cremaster 3 as six different characters, including a cheetah woman. Her famous role is in Stranger Things, she played Terry Ives.



Year Title Role
2002 Cremaster 3 The Entered Novitiate / Oonagh MacCumhail
2006 Marvelous Becka
2008 Quid Pro Quo Raine
2014 Young Ones Katherine Holm
2014 Appropriate Behavior Sasha
2014 River of Fundament The Ka of Norman / Isis
2014 Rob the Mob Carrie
2015 Stryka  Stryka
2015 In Stereo Trisha Bontecou
2017 Rufus  Celia
2018 Unsane Ashley Brighterhouse
2019 Drunk Parents Heidi Bianchi
TBA What Breaks the Ice  Diane


Year Title Role
2003 Poirot Lucy Crale
2011 Naked in a Fishbowl  Nance
2014 Crossbones  Antoinette / Woman in White / The Woman-In-White
2015 The Mysteries of Laura Connie Baker
2015 Power  Ellen Wenrich
2016- Stranger Things Terry Ives
2016 Limitless Dr. Peri
2017 Odd Mom Out Annabelle Hughes
2019 Bull Alice Yarrow
2020 Devs Anya


  • She was born was born without fibular bones, and had both of her legs amputated below the knee when she was an infant. 
  • Her legs were amputated below the knee at age 1 due to her being born without fibulae.
  • She is also a public speaker for TED Talk and she talks about her medical condition.
  • She competed in the Paralympics in 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia in which she ran the T42-46 class 100-meter sprint in 17.01 seconds and jumped 3.14 meters in the F42-46 class long-jump.
  • She grow up between Pennsylvania and County Clare, Ireland.
  • She married a English actor Rupert Friend in 2016.
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