Toddy Elizabeth Walters
|October 24, 1969
Denver, Colorado, U.S.
|University of Colorado
Toddy Elizabeth Walters (born October 24, 1969, in Denver, Colorado) is an actress, singer and songwriter.
A Denver native, Toddy Walters has been a singer/songwriter/actor/voice actor for the bulk of her life.
Walters went to the University of Colorado, where she met Trey Parker, who was casting for his first live action film, Cannibal! The Musical, released by Troma in 1997. She was cast in the role of Polly Pry. Parker and Walters dated over the course of the film as well as Parker's next film, Orgazmo , released by October Films, a much larger-scale production. The two eventually broke up, but Walters still made appearances in Parker and Stone's animated series, South Park, and the series' feature film adaptation playing Winona Ryder, as well as their short lived series That's My Bush .
As a singer/songwriter, her debut album Grotto, produced at Denver's Sleeping Brotherhood studios, was released in 1997. Toddy moved to Los Angeles in 1998 and worked in the entertainment industry as a production assistant on commercials and feature films. In 2001, she toured with BT as a singer, and subsequently collaborated with Paul & Price on several albums and commercials. Planet Satsuma, produced by Bernhard Penzias, was released October 24, 2007. She was the main vocalist for the soundtrack of John Carpenter's The Ward, music written by Mark Kilian (2010). From 2015-2018 Toddy founded and performed an Amy Winehouse tribute band, called Winehouse (an Embodiment of Amy Winehouse).
In 2018, Walters starred in the dark comedy Stadium Anthems , shot in her hometown of Denver. In addition to acting in the film, she served as Music Supervisor, contributing original songs throughout the film.
She currently resides in Basalt, Colorado with her partner and is an active performer in regional plays and devised theater.
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