Deformable reflector technology has mainly been used for observations at visible and infrared wavelengths but has yet to be utilized for terahertz wavefront correction. We present an actuator for deformable reflectors that overcomes challenges particular to this wavelength such as a millimeter-scale stroke requirement. Bending moment actuators are used in both the radial and tangential directions to correct low-order wavefront aberrations. Strong and flexible materials such as Delrin are used for the reflector material. Such a deformable antenna can be used to correct wavefronts on future large radio antennae such as the Orbiting Astronomical Satellite for Investigating Stellar Systems (OASIS). This antenna uses a 20-meter thin membrane as its primary radio wave collector. A deformable reflector may be added to this system to allow for looser tolerances on the primary antenna shape and correct for wavefront errors inherent in an inflatable optic. To predict the wavefront errors that may be expected when using this type of thin membrane primary reflector, TVAC (Thermal Vacuum Chamber) test methods are also presented in these proceedings.