Terhi Tuulia Lintukangas is a puppet theater artist and an actress from Finland. She is a Fulbright Scholar, American Scandinavian Foundation Fellow (ASF), An International Fellow for the American Association of University Women (AAUW), and has been awarded The Cultural Grant for The American Scandinavian Society.
She has performed and taught puppetry in Europe and New York. Terhi wrote and directed the puppetry play "UKI-NYKI" at Turku City Theater in Finland as part of the European Union Cultural Program 2011. She is the co-founder of the puppetry ensemble HOX Company based in Finland.
Terhi pursued her passion for alternative theater at DAMU Theater Academy in Prague (Czech Republic). After studying abroad, she went on to receive her BA in Puppet Theater from Turku Arts Academy in Finland. She continued her theater studies in New York City and got her MFA degree in acting at The Actors Studio Drama School. Her diverse skill set makes for a unique perspective on the Arts.