Todd started making films and jumping in front of the camera as soon as he could. At the tender age of 9 he got his hands on his grandmother's brand spanking' new Beta Max camera. He rigged it up and convinced his sister and cousins to make their own awards show. The categories were ridiculous and the same films won everything. It didn't matter that they all were made in different years. What mattered was that from his first time in front of the camera, Todd Voltz was electric. Read more... Orleans. Fast forward to college. Todd goes to an audition for a play with a friend. He doesn't intend to audition he's just there to support. He not only ends up with the role of the villain, he wins a scholarship to USL for his trouble. Can't keep a city boy in the swamp too long though. Todd transfers to Loyola of New Orleans and finishes out with bachelors in Theater and Writing. While in school he appears in several student films and acts as a liaison between the actors of Loyola and the filmmakers at UNO. Out in the real world Todd auditions for anything that comes through New Orleans in the 1990's but that's not a whole lot. He starts working as a PA and then a Set Dresser on commercials and music videos. All the while he is producing and acting in no budget films with friends and enemies. The tax incentive boosts film production in Louisiana and Todd is out there catching some of the first waves. A sweet role in the movie Waiting gives Todd his first close up on the national big screen. He follows this up with comedic parts in Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay and College. He snatches up some TV gigs on the Riches, Treme and Memphis Beat. Next up on the radar is the internet. Todd jumps right in by producing the web series Amped! which features contemporary rock gods, Supagroup. Last year Todd got together with long time collaborator, Billy Louviere to produce and star in the ambitious 40 minute film, The Last Long Lost Weekend. It was on the set of this film that Todd and David White found a connection through humor. Todd was funny and David laughed at him. It was the best kind of relationship. David also happens to be very funny and talented and he co-wrote a script called Roshambo - A Love Story. David's people contacted Mr. Voltz's immense network of agents, managers, spies, caddies, tea leaf readers, etc. and hammered out an option for Todd to play the part of Joey. Todd is mega super excited to demonstrate his mastery of rock, paper, scissors. He has been preparing for this role for several weeks with the razor focus of a Shoalin monk.