About

Born in Montreal on October 18th, 1984. His interest in and great passion for acting inspired him to attend The Montreal Children’s Theater at age five . He shot his first feature film “Because Why?” at seven and landed his first leading role in “Kayla”, another children’s feature, at twelve.

His interest in and great passion for acting inspired him to attend The Montreal Children’s Theater at age five . He shot his first feature film “Because Why?” at seven and landed his first leading role in “Kayla”, another children’s feature, at twelve. He also held a supporting role for 52 episodes of YTV’s “Lassie”. Tod managed to successfully make the transition from child actor to teen, with the help of projects like; “The Reagans” and again on YTV with the series “Mental Block”, playing a bully. He again proved more than capable of reinventing himself as an adult actor in “The Spider Wick Chronicles”, Space Channel’s hit series “The 4400”, as well as a soldier in Jonathan Levine's "Warm Bodies". Tod has always followed the work wherever it has taken him, from Montreal to Los Angeles, Toronto, Vancouver, Slovakia and even more recently to Shanghai to shoot the Kung Fu flick “Wushu Warrior”, co-starring “Max Headrum’s” Matt Frewer. This allowed him to make excellent use of his martial arts abilities and perform many of his own stunts including elaborate fight scenes as well as two story wire jumps.

Tod has had the opportunity of working with and learning from many of his favorite actors along the way such as Morgan Freeman, Billy Bob Thorton, John Malkovich, Rob Corddry, James Brolin, Roy Dupuis, Kirsten Dunst and Mary Louise Parker. He’s also earned himself a bit of a reputation for really sinking his teeth into any role that appeals to him, from low budget independent projects to Hollywood blockbusters. He has showcased his versatility with all sorts of different roles and the passion he has for his craft is more than apparent on screen as well as in the sound booth.