Todd moved to Vancouver Canada in the winter of 1998 to pursue his acting and singing career, where he trained intensively for years. Todd opened an acting studio called the Granville Actors Studio, where actors could train with various instructors and techniques. Todd ran the studio for several years before closing the studio, as he wanted to put more focus on his own career. Todd has been singing most of his life and has fronted several bands and released his first original CD Todd Carroll “Its My Time” in October of 2009. In the past 13 years Todd has had roles in numerous independent shorts and has starred in two feature films. Since arriving in El Paso in March of 2008 Todd has dived head first into theatre doing the lead in “Jakes Women” and “I’m Not Rappaport” at the El Paso Playhouse; as well as “A Christmas Carol” at the University of El Paso. Todd’s passion is film and television and although he is an excellent dramatic actor his quick wit and humor would be perfect for any comedy. Todd has dabbled in stand up in the past performing at Yuk Yuks and other comedy clubs and loves improvisational work.
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