Torri Webster Biography

Torri Webster is an award-winning Canadian ctress. This biography provides detailed information on his childhood, family, personal life, etc.

Torri Webster
Quick Facts

Birthday: August 12, 1996

Nationality: Canadian

Famous: Actresses Canadian Women

Age: 23 Years, 23 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Leo

Born in: Toronto, Ontario

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'2" (157 cm), 5'2" Females

Family:

father: Steve Webster

mother: Tracey Webster

City: Toronto, Canada

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education: Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts

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Torri Webster is an award-winning Canadian actor who is best recognized for her portrayal of ‘Tess Foster’ in the Canadian teen sitcom ‘Life with Boys.’ She started training in dance when she was 3 years old. She loved to perform on stage with her dance teams. Eventually, she developed an interest in performing arts and attended the ‘Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts,’ where she also played lead roles in different on-stage musical theater productions. After pursuing her career as an actor, Torri landed up with the most memorable performance of her career: the starring role of ‘Tess Foster’ in ‘Life with Boys’. The role won her the ‘Young Artist Award’ for the ‘Best Leading Young Actress in a TV Series’ award. She has also garnered attention for playing the recurring role of ‘PeaseBlossom’ in the American fantasy sitcom ‘The Other Kingdom.’ She appeared as an unnamed girl in a cafeteria in the American comedy film ‘Jesus Henry Christ’ and as herself in the Canadian–British–Australian game show ‘Splatalot!’

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Torri Webster
Childhood & Early Life
  • Torri was born on August 12, 1996, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to Steve Webster and his wife, Tracy, of the Don Mills area.
  • Torri began training in dance when she was 3 years old. With time, she began performing with her dance teams on stage. She studied at a French immersion elementary school.
  • As a teenager, she developed a keen interest in performing arts. This eventually saw her attending high school at the ‘Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts.’ This public high school located in Scarborough, Ontario, has specialized arts programs. While in school, Torri honed her performing skills by playing lead roles in different on-stage musical theater productions of the school.
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Career
  • Torri starred as ‘Trish Benson,’ along with Lauren Holly, Rick Roberts, and Azer Greco, as members of the Benson family in the comedy family TV movie ‘The Town Christmas Forgot.’ The TV movie, also known as ‘Christmas in Nowhere,’ released in the US on November 25, 2010. It released in France on December 23, 2011, and in Belgium on December 16, 2012.
  • One of the most notable on-screen portrayals of her career was that of ‘Tess Foster’ in the Canadian teen sitcom ‘Life with Boys.’ The first season of the series was originally broadcast on ‘YTV’ in Canada, from September 9, 2011, to October 9, 2012, encompassing 22 episodes. The series was renewed for a second season. The shooting began in Toronto, Ontario, on September 4, 2012. The second season, consisting of 18 episodes, was originally aired on ‘YTV’ in Canada, from October 23, 2012, to August 27, 2013.
  • Created by Canadian screenwriter, executive producer, and filmmaker Michael Poryes, the co-creator of the ‘Disney Channel’ shows ‘Hannah Montana’ and ‘That's So Raven,’ ‘Life with Boys’ premiered on the American network ‘TeenNick’ on February 6, 2013. The series featured Torri as a14-year-old teenager, ‘Tess Foster,’ the only girl in her house. Her remarkable performance won her the ‘Young Artist Award’ for the ‘Best Leading Young Actress in a TV Series’ in 2013.
  • ‘Life with Boys’ premiered in the UK and Ireland on November 21, 2011, and was subsequently released in a lot of countries. The popularity of the show garnered Torri widespread recognition. Reruns of the show were broadcast on ‘Nickelodeon Canada’ and ‘ABC Spark’ from September 1, 2014.
  • Meanwhile, in 2012, Torri featured as a celebrity contestant in the medieval-themed children’s game show ‘Splatalot!’ The same year, she appeared in the American comedy film ‘Jesus Henry Christ.’ The film had its world premiere at the ‘Tribeca Film Festival’ in April 2011. It was later released across theaters in the US on April 20, 2012.
  • Another notable portrayal of the actor was that of a wingless fairy, ‘PeaseBlossom,’ in the American fantasy sitcom ‘The Other Kingdom.’ The Thomas W Lynch-created series was aired on ‘Nickelodeon’ for a season. It ran for 20 episodes, from April 10, 2016, to June 19, 2016.
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Personal Life
  • Torri currently attends a course in creative industries at ‘Ryerson University,’ a public research university in Toronto.
  • Rumors claim that she is romantically associated with American film director Adam Madrzyk. The lovebirds are often seen together in public. Their social-media profiles also feature their pictures together.
  • Torri has also gained decent popularity on various social-media platforms. These include her ‘Twitter’ handle, ‘torriwebster,’ created in December 2010. The account has already earned over 30 thousand followers. Her ‘Instagram’ account, ‘torriwebster,’ has managed to earn more than 296 thousand followers.
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