• Sugar Lyn Beard is a Canadian film, television, and voice actress and a radio personality.
• She attended St. John Paul II Catholic Secondary School in Toronto and honed her skills at the Actors Workshop in California.
• She launched her career as a radio personality in 2000 and has done voice over work for several animated series.
• She has starred in multiple films, including “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” and “The Disaster Artist”.
• She is in a relationship and has a pet dog named Oliver and is an avid traveler.
Who is Sugar Lyn Beard?
Sugar Lyn Beard is a Canadian film, television and voice actress, and a radio personality, perhaps best known to the world as co-host of the TV show “The Zone” (2001-2007), and as Jeanie Stangle in the film “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” (2016), among several other roles that she’s had during her career.
Sugar Lyn Beard Wiki: Real Name, Age, Childhood, and Education
Born Stephanie Lyn Beard on 27 August 1981 under the Virgo zodiac sign, in Scarborough, Ontario Canada, she’s 40 years old as of late-2021.
She attended St. John Paul II Catholic Secondary School in Toronto, Ontario Canada, during which she showed an interest in performing arts, so she then honed her skills at one of the oldest acting programs of southern California, the Actors Workshop.
At just 19 years old, she launched her career as a radio personality under the name Suga BayBee, hired by the Toronto-based radio station KISS 92.5, and started voicing her character on the popular morning show “Mad Dog and Billie”.
Rise to Prominence
Her involvement in TV began in 2000, when she was chosen as the voice of Sailor Mini Moon in the animated series “Sailor Moon”. She voiced the character in 63 episodes before moving forward with her career, first as the voice of Coco in the animated TV series “Pecola”, and then as the co-host of the TV show “The Zone”, which she also produced. She hosted the show with Carlos Bustamante, who is one of the hosts working on the YTV, the channel on which “The Zone” aired. Sugar worked on the show from 2001 to 2007, which increased her popularity.
Her voice was used in several other animated shows in the 2000s, including “Beyblade” in which she voiced Ming-Ming from 2003 to 2005, then she was the voice of Wish Bear in the animated film “The Care Bears Big Wish Movie”, and from 2008 to 2009, she voiced one of the main characters in the animated series “The Amazing Spiez!”, co-starring alongside Andrew Sabiston and Alyson Court. Since 2010, she been more focused on her on-screen career, but still voiced such characters as Nissa in the animated series “Winx Club”, then Baby Carrot in the animated film “Sausage Party” (2016), while most recently she voiced several characters in the animated shorts “The Pole” (2021).
On-Screen Acting Career
In 2010, she portrayed Fiona in the Primetime Emmy Award-winning TV comedy-drama series “Weeds”, with Mary-Louis Parker, Hunter Parrish, and Alexander Gould in the lead roles. The following year she played Susan in the romantic comedy-drama film “50/50”, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anna Kendrick, and continued with a minor role in the comedy film “Stag”, while in 2015 Sugar starred in the award-winning comedy-drama film “The Funeral Guest”, next to Julianna Robinson and Nick Eyde.
The next year, Sugar had one of her most memorable roles, as Jeanie Stangle in the romantic comedy film “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates”, which starred Zac Efron, Adam Devine and Anna Kendrick.
She continued rather successfully, in 2017 appearing in the Academy Award-nominated comedy-drama film “The Disaster Artist”, with James Franco in the lead role, and then starred in the romantic comedy-drama film “Palm Swings” (2017), with Tia Carrere and Jason Lewis. The same year, Sugar started portraying Becky Sharpe/ The Thinker in the action-adventure drama series “The Flash”, while in 2018, she was Caitlyn McGlaughlin in the film “Killing Diaz”, while two years later she was Kate in the comedy-drama film “Unpregnant”, starring Haley Lu Richardson, Barbie Ferreira, and Giancarlo Esposito.
Most recently, Sugar Lyn Beard starred in the comedy film “Not Quite College”, alongside Michael Bernardi and Tyler Carewe, and is playing Aura in the sci-fi music drama series “Electric Easy”.
As of late 2021, Sugar Lyn Beard’s net worth has been estimated to be around $3 million, earned through her successful multi-faceted career in the entertainment industry.
Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single?
When it comes to her personal life, Sugar Lyn hasn’t been one to share too much information. Her secrecy has spawned a few rumors about her sexuality, including her being lesbian.
However, all rumors died off when she publicly announced her romance with Mark Spencer in 2018. The two have been together for a while now, but she hasn’t talked about their plans.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
The prominent actress has light brown hair and brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 3ins (1.6m), weighs approximately 104lbs (47kgs), with vital statistics of 34-24-34, bra size 38B.
Hobbies, Interests, and Trivia
Sugar’s main hobby is traveling – she’s been throughout the USs, and recorded all her travels on her official Instagram account. One of her favorite destinations is the Grand Canyon.
She has used her popularity to support and spread awareness of many of the problems in society, including the Black Live Matter movement. Moreover, she has worked with a number of charitable organizations, including Hilarity for Charity (HFC), which works with patients and families impacted by Alzheimer’s disease.
She’s an avid animal lover and has a pet dog Oliver, which she takes on all of her travels.
She got her nickname ‘Sugar BayBee’ from Toronto-based rapper Kwamster Monster, who thought that she was sweet and that the nickname would suit her; it’s stuck with her, and she has continued to use it as a stage name.