Sugar Lyn Beard

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Sugar Lyn Beard
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Sugar Lyn Beard
Born Stephanie Lyn Beard
(1981-08-27) August 27, 1981 (age 36)
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Other names Sugar Lyn Beard, Sugar, Sug, Suga BayBee
Occupation Film actress, television actress, voice actress, radio host, singer, songwriter
Years active 1999–present

Stephanie Lyn Beard (born August 27, 1981), better known by her stage name Sugar Lyn Beard, is a Canadian television actress, voice actress and television and radio personality. Her radio host persona uses the name "Suga BayBee", and as co-host of The Zone, she was called "Sugar". For many of her Hollywood roles, she also uses the stage name "Sugar Lyn Beard".

Life and career[edit]

Beard was born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Her Suga BayBee was also a character on the Mad Dog and Billie morning show formerly aired on Toronto radio station KISS 92.5.[1][2] Beard's squeaky-voiced character began appearing on KISS when Beard was 19 years old and otherwise working as a sales clerk.[3]

From 2001 to 2007, Beard hosted and produced The Zone, a series of short interstitial segments that aired between regular weekday programming on the Canadian children's network YTV. She also hosted additional programs like Sugar & Avril: A Zone Special.[4] She and Carlos hosted a weekly hour-long program, Plugged In, on the Corus Entertainment website[5]

She also had a column in the youth newspaper, Brand New Planet; it was distributed with subscriptions to the Toronto Star only.[6] In 2006, the Star put her on the long list for Children's Entertainment, when creating their Essentially Canadian Top 10 lists.[7]

Among her works, she played the role of Susan in the 2011 film 50/50[8] and the character Fiona in two episodes of season 6 of Weeds. Her most recent projects are as Krissy in the 2012 film For a Good Time, Call... and Jeanie in the 2016 comedy Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.



Voice actor
Live actor


Live actor


  • Mad Dog and Billie on KISS 92.5 (2000–2001) - Suga BayBee


  1. ^ Goddard, Peter (December 18, 2000). "Listeners love morning KISS ; Mouse-like Suga BayBee radio voice for younger generation". Toronto Star. Retrieved July 9, 2012. (Subscription required (help)). 
  2. ^ Barnard, Linda (January 23, 2012). "Sundance 2012: For A Good Time Call, first look at raunchy comedy". Toronto Star. Retrieved July 9, 2012. 
  3. ^ Pigg, Susan (February 24, 2001). "Kiss and makeover ; Country music station CISS 92 changed to pop tunes overnight". Toronto Star. Retrieved July 9, 2012. (Subscription required (help)). 
  4. ^ "Country music Industry as plastic as its songs". Retrieved 2013-01-24. 
  5. ^ Your Name (this will appear with your post) (2006-11-07). "Broadband Radio Booming, Baby | Mediacaster Magazine - Broadband & Content". Mediacaster Magazine. Retrieved 2013-01-24. 
  6. ^ "Sweet! Suga Baybee's in Brand New Planet (ad)". Toronto Star. Toronto ON. 10 February 2004. p. E16. 
  7. ^ "Essentially Canadian: Children's Entertainment". Toronto Star. Toronto ON. 22 June 2006. 
  8. ^ Cusimano, Salvatore (Apr 17, 2012). "50 e 50 – Recensione". ecodelcinema (in Italian). Retrieved July 9, 2012. 

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Preceded by
Tracey Hoyt
Voice of Rini/Sailor Mini Moon
Eps. 96 - 159
Succeeded by
Sandy Fox