Todd Boyce

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Todd Boyce
Born (1961-07-01) July 1, 1961 (age 62)
Occupation Actor
Years active1980–present

Todd Boyce (born July 1, 1961) is an American actor. He is known for his role as Stephen Reid in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street (1996–1997, 2007, 2022–2023).

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Career

Boyce joined the Australian soap opera The Restless Years in January 1980. He went on to star in the mini-series Fields of Fire . Boyce debuted in Coronation Street as Audrey Roberts' illegitimate son Stephen Reid in 1996. He has appeared in 47 episodes of the series ranging between 1996 and 2007. He returned to the series in June 2022 and left again in October 2023.

Boyce stars in the E4 comedy drama Beaver Falls as Bobby Jefferson, Head of Camp. In January 2012 he made a guest appearance in the British drama Sherlock . In August 2012, he made a guest appearance in Hollyoaks as Herb, and in 2013 he made a guest appearance in Mr Selfridge . [1]

In 2016, he appeared in the Netflix series The Crown . His film credits include roles in I Can't Get Started (1985), The Punisher (1989), The Delinquents (1989) opposite Kylie Minogue, Blue Ice (1992), Jefferson in Paris (1995), Spy Game (2001), The Final Curtain (2002) and Flyboys (2006).

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1984 One Night Stand American Sailor
1985 Rebel Mary's GI
I Can't Get Started Anthony
1989 The Punisher Tarrone
The Delinquents Lyle
1992 Blue Ice Kyle
1995 Jefferson in Paris William Short
2001The ShaftESU Captain
Behind Enemy Lines Junior Officer
Spy Game CIA Agent Robert Aiken
2002 The Final Curtain Pete Lanyard
Hills Like White ElephantsThe HusbandShort film
2004ForeplayTom
2005 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory TV Reporter
2006PenelopePreacher
Flyboys Mr. Jensen
2008The GatekeeperMorganDirect-to-video
2010The Empty PlanSmilgin
2012 Kon-Tiki Maitre D'
2013 Kick-Ass 2 Chief of Police
The Film-Maker's SonThe American
2014In Clear SightCooper
2015 Everest Frank Fishbeck
2016 Denial Network Reporter #3
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Announcer
Reindeer in the MistWidesword
2017 Murder on the Orient Express Judge
2018Lives at Random: An Uncomfortable TruthNarrator (voice)
2021 The King's Man Alfred DuPont

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1980–1981 The Restless Years Mark Patterson780 episodes
1986 Tusitala Lloyd Osbourne3 episodes
Hector's Bunyip Constable Gilbert GoodeTelevision film
1987Treasure IslandAdditional Voices (voice)
Great Expectations: The Untold Story Pip
Vietnam Windeat1 episode
Fields of Fire BlueyMain role
Angel in GreenTelevision film
1988 Great Performances George ArmstrongEpisode: "Melba"
1991Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: They Do It with MirrorsWalter HuddTelevision film
1992 Screenplay MartinEpisode: "Bad Girl"
1993 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles DexEpisode: "Palestine, October 1917"
1995 Space Precinct MorganEpisode: "The Witness"
1996 Bugs DoctorEpisode: "A Cage for Satan"
1996–1997, 2007, 2022–2023 Coronation Street Stephen Reid297 Episodes
1996 Over Here HewittTelevision film
The Ring Military Soldier
1997 Hostile Waters Larry Brock
The Ruby RingMr. McLaughlin
1998Unfinished BusinessCliff1 episode
1999 The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax MasonTelevision film
1999–2000 Home Farm Twins Mr. Saunders5 episodes
2000 The Bill Piet Van RiessenEpisode: "The Driver"
2001 McCready and Daughter Paul NyeEpisode: "The Dating Game"
Strange RelationsOncologistTelevision film
2003 Adventure Inc. Jay CanfieldEpisode: "Echoes of the Past"
MI-5 Troy1 episode
Hear the Silence SimonsonTelevision film
2004Seven Journeys in the American WestFrancis Parkman
2005 Sometimes in April John
Space Race ShepardEpisode: "Race to the Moon"
Documentary series
Broken News US Police OfficerEpisode: "Missing Island"
2006Assault on WacoByron SageTelevision film
2007 Ocean of Fear Interviewer
Locked Up Abroad Glen HeggstadEpisode: "Colombia"
2008 Human Body: Pushing the Limits FirefighterEpisode: "Brain Power"
2010 I Shouldn't Be Alive Ken HildebrandEpisode: "Crushed and Alone"
2011–2012 Beaver Falls Bobby12 episodes
2012 Sherlock NeilsonEpisode: "A Scandal in Belgravia"
Hollyoaks Herb Carter11 episodes
2013 Mr. Selfridge Mr. Crenell1 episode
2014Miracle Landing on the HudsonBarry LeonardTelevision film
The Assets Nichols2 episodes
The Game Hank Chambers1 episode
2016Billionaire BoyGlobal NewsreaderTelevision film
The Crown U.S.A.F. GeneralEpisode: "Scientia Potentia Est"
2018 High & Dry Ted5 episodes

Video games

YearTitleRoleNotes
2012 007 Legends Additional Voices (voice)
2013 Company of Heroes 2 The Western Front Armies DLC, Ardennes Assault DLC (voices)
2015 Star Wars: Battlefront Additional Voices (voice)
2016 Homefront: The Revolution
Battlefield 1
2018 Lego The Incredibles

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