Todd Boyce

Photography © Dan Collins, Michael Shelford, Sven Ruygrok, Candice Stafford

Blonde - Dark
Roger Davidson


Todd is a seasoned actor of stage and screen, now in the fifth decade of a varied and impressive career.  He began the journey by immediately joining an Australian soap upon graduating from high school – to play a character who was attending his last year of high school!  He was then accepted into the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney.  Amongst his standout parts on stage, Todd would count Larry in Burn This (with Sydney Theatre Company – for which he was nominated for the Critics Circle Award), Jeeter in Last of the Boys (at Southwark Playhouse) and Michael Shaun-Hastings in Late Company (Finborough/Trafalgar Studios).  He's also enjoyed working at the Orange Tree Theatre, the Young Vic and Birmingham Rep to name just a few.   On film, he’s worked with many renowned directors including Tim Burton, Tony Scott, James Ivory, Matthew Vaughn and Kenneth Branagh – and he played Pip in Tim Burstall’s version of Great Expectations back in 1986.  On television, credits include Sherlock, The Crown, Mr Selfridge, Alex Rider and Beaver Falls, for which he’s garnered quite a following.  To many, however, he’s best known for playing Stephen Reid in Coronation Street.  Joining the show originally in 1996 as Audrey’s long-lost son, he made several appearances over the years - but it was his latest stint that solidified his place in the annals of soap history when his character became the show’s resident serial killer.  For this role, he won the Inside Soap Award for Best Villain, voted for by the audience, and he was nominated for Villain of the Year at the 2023 British Soap Awards.  Following the success and profile of his part in the ITV show, Todd is shortly to play the lead role of Andrew Wyke in a No 1. UK Tour of Anthony Shaffer’s Sleuth, produced by Bill Kenwright Productions.  Stephen may now be a goner, but it’s certainly not the last you’ve seen of Todd…

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