|Todd Stashwick Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||October 16, 1968|
Todd Stashwick is an American actor who was brought up in the Chicago suburbs just beyond the city. He enjoyed making people laugh when he was a child. Stashwick’s dream was to perform at Chicago’s premier comedy club, comedy theatre and school of improvisation, The Second City. His dream was realized in 1992 when he was hired to tour the United States with The Second City.
He worked in productions in Detroit, moved to New York and continued working in improvisational theatre productions. He also performed for several years as part of a rotating pool of comedy actors on the Late Night With Conan O’Brien. Eventually, he moved to Los Angeles for working in movies and television.
Illinois, Chicago, United States
California, United States
Todd Stashwick attended Hoffman Estates High School, Illinois, Chicago. He later went to Illinois State University and graduated with a degree in Theatre.
Todd Stashwick is managed by –
- Agency for the Performing Arts, (Talent and Literary Agency), Beverly Hills, California, USA
- Meghan Schumacher Management (Manager), Burbank, California, USA
- Kazarian/Measures/Ruskin & Associates (Talent Agent Commerical/Voice), Los Angeles, California, USA
- Portrait PR (Publicist), Sherman Oaks, California, USA
- Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Feldman (Legal Representative), Los Angeles, California, USA
- Brady, Brannon & Rich Talent (BBR) (Talent Agent Personal Appearance), Los Angeles, California, USA
6 ft 2 in or 188 cm
78 kg or 172 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Todd Stashwick has dated –
- Charity Stashwick (1997-Present) – Todd Stashwick married Charity Stashwick in 1997. They have 2 children together.
Race / Ethnicity
He has Polish ancestry on his father’s side and Danish ancestry on his mother’s side.
- Piercing green eyes
- Tall Physique
Todd Stashwick has appeared in the TV commercials for the following brands –
- M&M’S (2003)
- Tostitos (2005)
- Maxwell House French Roast Coffee (2012)
- Maxwell House Original Roast Coffee (2012)
Best Known For
- Acting in films such as Early Doors, The Second Coming, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, among others
- Appearing in TV shows such as Late Night With Conan O’Brien, The Originals, Justified, among others
- Writing the online action/horror comic strip “Devil Inside”
As a Singer
Todd Stashwick has performed in the We’re Off to See the Wizard (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz) Reprise and The Merry Old Land of Oz from the video Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz in 2011.
He has also performed in the song Don’t You (Forget About Me) in an uncredited role, in the TV series 12 Monkeys in 2016.
Todd Stashwick made his feature film debut playing the role of Max in the 1999 film Lucid Days in Hell.
First TV Show
Todd Stashwick made his TV show debut playing the character of Link on Remember WENN in 1997.
Todd Stashwick maintains his lean physique by surfing.
Todd Stashwick Favorite Things
- Films – Star Wars, There Will Be Blood, Hedwig and The Angry Inch
- TV Series – Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, Doctor Who
- Hobbies – Video Games, Comic Books, Playing the Ukulele, Surfing
- Destination – Traveling Overseas
Source – IMDb
Todd Stashwick Facts
- He married his wife Charity in the heart of Times Square with 20 close friends and family in attendance. Their household is established in Los Angeles, California, with their pets: 2 canines, 2 felines, and a small parrot called a Conure.
- He is a geek and a major TV and Film Buff.
- He became a vegetarian in 1988.
- Between 2000 and 2003, he had appeared in at least 5 pilots, for 5 different production companies: ABC, FOX, CBS, AMC, and HBO.
- Todd Stashwick has received 2 nominations for the Behind The Voice Actors Awards, in 2012 and in 2017, both in the category “Best Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Short” for Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz, and Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz, respectively.
- He is enamored of English comedy, music, and television, and has professed to be an Anglophile.
- Todd Stashwick is an alumnus of the comedy troupe from the famous The Second City in Chicago.
- While he was attending Hoffman Estates High School, Stashwick featured in the school’s musical production of Fiddler On The Roof in the role of Tevye.
- When he moved to New York to work, he was a founding member of the experimental New York improvisation troupe, Burn Manhattan. The underground troupe performed all over New York City and was critically acclaimed.
- He co-founded an improvisational theatre in North Hollywood called The Hothouse in which he produces, performs, and teaches.
- Todd has taught and performed his unique style of avant-garde improvisation internationally.
- He performs every year with the Macabre improv cabaret, The Doubtful Guests.
- Todd Stashwick is the co-creator with Dennis Calero, of the online comic strip ‘Devil Inside,’ which was launched in 2010. Dennis is the artist of their self-published weekly postings. The serialized comic strip is on Todd Stashwick’s personal website free of charge.
- His online comic strip has taken both him and Dennis Calero across the country to comic book conventions.
- He was writing an unnamed Star Wars video game for Visceral Games and Electronic Arts before the project was canceled by Electronic Arts.
- He was the executive producer of the short comedy video Secret of the Black Cat in 2010, in which he starred with the American actress Amy Stewart.
- Todd directed the TV series Stalker Chronicles in 2010 and appeared in the role of ringleader.
- He performed as a deacon in the sci-fi series 12 Monkeys, about a time traveler who returns to present day on a mission to save the earth from a deadly plague.
- Todd appeared as Dr. Drakken in the TV movie Kim Possible, in 2019 who is the arch nemesis of the teen crime fighter, Kim.
- He was featured on the home improvements, lifestyle, and health and fitness series, Home & Family.
- He was featured in the documentary Shopping for Superman that took an in-depth look at the history of comic book shops from interviews with industry professionals.
- He directed the show “Hoof!”, in Liverpool, which has toured around Europe.
- In 2018, Todd Stashwick co-wrote the script of the sequel Suicide Squad 2.
- When his busy schedule allows him time, he spends it writing screenplays and pilots.
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