Canadian actress Sugar Lyn Beard has shown repeatedly how creative she is as an actress on TV and as a voice actress. She is also a radio personality whose name is not new to the vast, heterogeneous radio audience in Canada. She is known for her appearances in a host of TV series and continues to work harder to keep her popularity and prominence.
Her real name is not Sugar Lyn Beard but rather her nickname Sugar which came from her radio host persona Sugar BayBee. Beard’s stage name became Sugar Lyn Beard when she became the co-host of The Zone in 2001. She was addressed as Sugar and from there it became a household name among her fans. Here are other interesting facts about the media personality.
Who is Sugar Lyn Beard? Her Bio
Sugar Lyn Beard was born Stephanie Lyn Beard on August 27, 1981, in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Lyn attended Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School. She has been always inclined to arts and its components especially the entertainment aspect of it. Growing up she participated in different school plays and other entertainment programs. Lyn took this interest to college and continued to explore her options.
Some of her very many adventures include working as a DJ in Toronto on the Mad Dog and Billie show which was aired on Kiss 92.5. She was 19 when she began playing a voice character of Sugar BayBee on KISS; this was when her career officially kicked off. She was known for her unique high pitched voice which made her rise to popularity. Before her The Zone stint began, Sugar Lyn Beard played the voice of Sailor Mini Moon in Sailor Moon, in the year 2000.
Sugar’s stay at The Zone lasted for six years from 2001 to 2007. The programme aired on YTV Children network and aired on weekdays on the network. Sugar Lyn Beard is not only known for her time at The Zone. She was a columnist in the Brand New Planet youth newspaper. For her works, she made it to the Essentially Canadian Top Ten lists created by the Star in 2006.
Sugar Lyn Beard did not only focus on voice acting. In 2011 she starred as Susan in the 2011 comedy-drama 50/50. She also appeared in the comedy-drama series Weeds that same year. She played the character of Fiona in two episodes of the sixth season. In 2012 she starred in the comedy For a Good Time, Call…The year 2016 saw her play the role of Jeanie in Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.
The voice actress and former radio personality has lent her voice in many cartoons. Some of them include Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, Sausage Party, Cars Bears, and many others.
Family – Parents
Not much is known about the parents of the entertainer. But what we do know is that Sugar’s parents were very supportive of her career even when she was much younger. They have continued to support her and Sugar has remained ever grateful for that. Sugar Lyn Beard often shares pictures of her parents on her social media accounts though she never mentions their names.
From the way she displays her family online, there is no doubt the actress and voice actress doesn’t trade her family time for anything else.
Personal Life – Boyfriend, Romantic Relationships
Sugar Lyn Beard is one of those media personalities who have the media digging endlessly about their love life without getting any leads. Being in her late thirties or heading to her forties is a fact that has drawn so much attention on Beard especially as it pertains to her love life.
Unlike her counterparts, Sugar Lyn has not publicly displayed affection for anyone of the opposite sex or gone love-struck online in a bid to prove her romantic affection. To many, she is probably so focused on her career that she has no time for love. But the actress seems to be unbothered about the questions. She rather posts interesting things about singlehood occasionally on social media, as well as gush over her family on different platforms.
For this reason, there are no records of her romantic relationships. Many have drooled and dug endlessly for information about her love life to no avail. It still remains the same old news for her fans as Beard Lyn is not ready for a relationship yet or is perhaps keeping it very private.