Todd Jones Biography

 
Bio:
Todd Jones has been performing for Vermont audiences for the last ten years, having played such roles as Dr. Frankenstein in "Young Frankenstein", Edward Hyde in "Jekyll and Hyde the musical" and Munkustrap in Vermont's first amateur production of "Andrew Lloyd Webber's, Cats". He has also recently ... (read more)
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Bio:
Todd Jones has been performing for Vermont audiences for the last ten years, having played such roles as Dr. Frankenstein in "Young Frankenstein", Edward Hyde in "Jekyll and Hyde the musical" and Munkustrap in Vermont's first amateur production of "Andrew Lloyd Webber's, Cats". He has also recently ... (read more)

Todd Jones has been performing for Vermont audiences for the last ten

years, having played such roles as Dr. Frankenstein in "Young Frankenstein", Edward Hyde in "Jekyll and Hyde the musical" and Munkustrap in Vermont's first amateur production of "Andrew Lloyd Webber's, Cats". He has also recently ventured into film as a Brigand in the upcoming Kid Brothers independent Vermont film "The Green Knight". Todd's one experience directing was working with Katherine Patterson on the musical stage rendition of her novel, "Come Sing Jimmy Jo".



Todd's most recent and exciting roles have included Dr. Frankenstein in "Young Frankenstein", Fagin in "Oliver!" and Brad Majors in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show". Most of his theatrical performances have been musicals where Todd has been able to engage in his second passion, singing. However his recent venture into film in the "The Green Knight" has rekindled his focus on performance. Todd was bitten by the acting bug at a very early age after being one of the original youngsters on "Romper Room" at the tender age of 4.



Todd currently works with children as a behavior analyst and also does graphic design part time. Although English is his only fluent language, he has always had a knack for dialects and was able to convincingly pass himself off as a native when visiting family in northern Wales in the UK (a language with an unusual and rich Gaelic dialect).



Looking forward to the upcoming year, Todd will be pursuing roles beyond the amateur venues in both theater and film and is eager to see what the future will hold.