Canadian born actor, Chad Todhunter, began his career as a member of the Vancouver Youth Theatre. Whether on stage, television or the big screen, Todhunter has been working steadily in the entertainment industry since the age of thirteen.
Best know for his portrayal of Cody, actress Lacey Chabert’s love interest on Fox’s “Party of Five”, Chad has guest starred on most of today’s hit dramas. He has been seen in more than thirty television shows including Showtime’s “Dexter”, opposite Michael C. Hall and John Lithgow, CBS’ “The Mentalist”, “NCIS”, “CSI: NY”, “Shark”, and “Without a Trace”. Chad was a series regular on NBC’s “LAX” and played opposite Jimmy Smits in the CBS series “Cane”.
In addition to his work in television, Chad has also starred in the feature films “Never Been Kissed”, with Drew Barrymore, and “Brokedown Palace” with Claire Danes. The film “What’s Cooking,” in which he starred along with Julianna Margulies, Kyra Sedgwick and Alfre Woodard, was featured at the Sundance Film Festival. Chad also starred in the successful horror film, “Penny Dreadful”, part of the inaugural “8 Films to Die For” series.
Most recently, Todhunter was featured as the sociopath UNSUB, Greg Phinney, on the CBS series “Criminal Minds”. Additionally he plays Cole Phelphs’ former friend and key antagonist, Courtney Sheldon, in the recently released video game “LA Noire” for Rockstar Games. Chad can also be seen in a recurring role on HBO’s “True Blood”, Season Four.