Kate Todd

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Kate Todd
Kate Todd performing in Port Credit August 2013.jpg
Kate Todd performing in Port Credit August 2013
Born (1987-12-12) December 12, 1987 (age 29)[1][2]
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress, singer-songwriter, musician
Years active 2002–present
Website www.katetodd.com
External images
Kate Todd with her guitar[3]
Kate Todd at 16[1]

Kate Todd (born December 12, 1987) is a Canadian actress, singer and songwriter. She's best known for her role as Lily Randall in Radio Free Roscoe and Sally in Life with Derek. She is also known for her continuing role as Erica in the movie and series My Babysitter's a Vampire and has a recurring role in the Canadian drama series The L.A. Complex as Katee.

Early life[edit]

Todd grew up north of Toronto in Innisfil, Ontario, where she attended Nantyr Shores Secondary School, graduating with honors and earning the distinction of receiving a designate Ontario Scholar award. Throughout her youth she was known as Katie, but changed to Kate when she started acting.[3]


Todd got her acting start at age fourteen when she landed the lead role of Lily Randall on the popular television series Radio Free Roscoe. The show ran for two seasons, received the ‘Best Teen Show’ award and the ‘Parent’s Choice’ award at the New York Worlds Festival in 2003 and a Gemini award in 2005, and continues to be aired in Canada, the United States, and many countries throughout the world.[3]

In 2006, Todd performed in the feature film The Tracey Fragments. She also played the lead role of Lauren Findley in the movie Grizzly Rage. She also made appearances on the TV shows Naturally, Sadie and in Life with Derek, in which she has a recurring role as Sally.IMDB

Todd has since appeared in a Lifetime Movie of the Week, More Sex and the Single Mom, and the CBC movie Booky Makes Her Mark. She also had a main role as Erica, a teenage vampire, in the series My Babysitter's a Vampire.IMDB

Music career[edit]

Todd released her debut album Finding My Way in April 2012.[4] She won Best New Album at the 2012 Radio Nation Music Awards.[5] In 2014[6] she released a Christmas album Country Christmas. Todd released her sophomore album Anywhere With You in April 2015.[7] On February 26, 2016[8] Todd released the single Should've Told feat. Kyle Shedrick.


While attending high school Todd tutored French and gained her compulsory community service hours traveling to local schools addressing students on the issues of bullying. Todd has also been involved with the KidsFest Canada charity, a non-government funded program designed to help fight child poverty.[3]

In 2011, Todd appeared at the Party for Freedom at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada which launched the Alliance Against Modern Slavery, a nonprofit organization seeking to combat human trafficking through partnerships, education, and research. At this event, Todd was joined by Glendene Grant, human trafficking victim Jessie Foster's mother; Kevin Bales, co-founder and president of Free the Slaves; Roger Cram of Hiram College; Janelle Belgrave of Samba Elégua Drummers and Peace Concept; Natasha Falle, a survivor of human trafficking; and Jeff Gunn, a guitarist.[9]



Year Title Role Notes
2002 Strange Days at Blake Holsey High Cassie 1 episode
2003–2005 Radio Free Roscoe Lily "Shady Lane" Randall Series regular; 52 episodes
2004 Real Access Herself Episode: "Blonde Ambition"
2005 More Sex & the Single Mom Carol Ann TV movie
2006 Booky Makes Her Mark Gloria TV movie
2007 The Tracey Fragments Debbie Dodge Supporting role
Grizzly Rage Lauren Findley Main role
Naturally, Sadie Jen Guest star
2007–2008 Life with Derek Sally Recurring role; 10 episodes
2008 Degrassi: The Next Generation Natasha Season 7; 2 episodes
Saving God Sherri Butler Supporting role
2009 Family Guy Heidi Montag Guest star ("We Love You, Conrad")
2009–2010 Cashing In Chrissy Eastman Recurring role; 7 episodes
2010 My Babysitter's a Vampire Erica TV movie
2011 Rookie Blue Jane Eddie Guest star ("The One That Got Away")
2011–2012 My Babysitter's a Vampire Erica Series regular; 26 episodes
2012 The L.A. Complex Katee Recurring role; 4 episodes
2012 S is for Bird Snack Bar Girl Short
2013 The Good Witch's Destiny Helen TV movie
2013 Satisfaction Taylor TV series; episode: "Mo Money, Mo Problems"
2014 Lost Girl Dominique TV Series; season 4 episode: "Waves"
2014 Assassin's Creed Unity Bishop Video game
2015 Assassin's Creed Syndicate Bishop Video game

Awards and Nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2012 Radio Nation Music Awards Best New Album[5] Won
2013 Country Music Association of Ontario Awards Rising Star Award[10] Nominated
2014 Rising Star Award[11] Nominated
2014 Toronto Independent Music Awards Best Country Artist[12] Nominated
2015 Best Country Artist[13] Nominated
2016 Josie Music Awards Female Artist of the Year[14] Nominated
Entertainer of the Year (Female Artist)[15] Nominated
Female Songwriter of the Year (Country)[16] Nominated
Versatile Artist of the Year Category[17] Won


  1. ^ a b "PopGurls Interview: Radio Free Roscoe's Kate Todd". July 13, 2004. Archived from the original on October 21, 2011. Kate Todd, 16, portrays Radio Free Roscoe's girl in the middle. 
  2. ^ Todd, Kate (December 12, 2011). "Tweet 146171379673346048". Twitter. Retrieved December 12, 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d Kate Todd's bio info from her blog
  4. ^ "Finding My Way". itunes.apple.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  5. ^ a b "Kate Todd Official Website". www.katetodd.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  6. ^ "Country Christmas". itunes.apple.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  7. ^ "Anywhere With You". itunes.apple.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  8. ^ "Should've Told". itunes.apple.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  9. ^ "York U grad students launch Alliance Against Modern Slavery". Exchange Magazine. January 26, 2011. Retrieved July 20, 2013. 
  10. ^ "CMAO 2013 Winners". cmaontario.ca. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  11. ^ "CMAO 2014 Winners". cmaontario.ca. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  12. ^ "TIMA 2014 Nominees". torontoima.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  13. ^ "TIMA 2015 Nominees". torontoima.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  14. ^ "Josie Award Nominations 2016". josiemusicawards.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  15. ^ "Josie Award Nominations 2016". josiemusicawards.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  16. ^ "Josie Award Nominations 2016". josiemusicawards.com. Retrieved 11 September 2016. 
  17. ^ "2016 Award Winners". The Josie Music Awards. Retrieved 23 September 2016. 

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