Trudy Young (born c. 1950) is a Canadian actress.
Her career began in 1963 with appearances on CBC's Time of Your Life. She became a regular host of Razzle Dazzle in 1965 while attending school at Alderwood Collegiate. She appeared in films throughout the 1970s and 1980s such as Face-Off (1971). In 1979 Young was hired to supply the voice of the groupie on the track "One of My Turns" from Pink Floyd's album The Wall. She was nominated as best supporting actress in the 4th Genie Awards for her role in the film Melanie (1982).
|1971||Face-Off||Sherri Lee Nelson|
|1981||The Last Chase||Mrs. Hart|
|1963-64||Time of Your Life|
|1965||The Forest Rangers||Wilhelmina|
|1971||The Frog Prince||Princess Melora|
Young retired from acting in 1982 and is now living near Oshawa, Ontario. In August 2010 she underwent a second back surgery for a chronic back ailment that had worsened as the result of two car accidents.
- "Girl TV Hostess Works Full Time". The Gazette. Montreal. 5 November 1965. p. 45. Retrieved 16 April 2012. Indicates age 15 in 1965.
- The Canadian Press (16 December 1965). "School Work Competes With Teenager's Job". The Gazette. Montreal. p. 37. Retrieved 16 April 2012.
- Fitch, Vernon and Mahon, Richard, Comfortably Numb — A History of The Wall 1978–1981, 2006, p.86
- Trudy Young: Biography, imdb.com