Todd Eastman Brown (born June 17, 1972 in Watertown, New York) is an American actor, and singer.
Todd Brown was born in Watertown, New York, and lived in Adams Center, New York until early 1981. At that time his family relocated to Concord, North Carolina, where he quickly became involved in auto racing. Todd's racing career spanned over 10 years capturing over 100 wins and 2 championships before he turned his sights to entertainment. In 1998 he was spotted by a casting director and began to study acting. After making appearances in a few commercials, a PBS special and other small features, Todd turned his sights full time toward his music. In 2002 his debut release with the band Withstand was released titled Brookshire Freeway and a second release in 2004 titled Nothing. Working on movie soundtracks in 2003, he was once again taken in by desire to perform in front of the camera. Taking on movie roles in projects for 2004 and beyond Todd has combined his position as an actor and musician/composer.
In December 2001 Todd Brown along with Mike Genett formed Withstand. By April 2002 the band had recorded and released their first CD titled Brookshire Freeway. It wasn't long before the band was receiving radio airplay and taking the show on the road. Throughout the next couple years the band continued to tour on a regular basis.