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Torri Webster is a multi-award-winning Canadian actor best known for playing Tess Foster in the teen comedy “Life with Boys.” When she was 3 years old, she began dance lessons. She cherished giving stage performances with her dancing groups. She eventually became interested in the performing arts and enrolled in the “Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts,” where she further performed in main roles in many on-stage musical theater plays. After pursuing her acting career, Torri eventually earned the most iconic role of her career: the lead part of “Tess Foster” in “Life with Boys.” She received the “Young Artist Award” for “Best Leading Young Actress in a TV Series” because of her performance. Her portrayal as “PeaseBlossom,” a recurrent character in the American fantasy sitcom “The Other Kingdom,” has also drawn acclaim. In the American comedy movie “Jesus Henry Christ,” she played an anonymous girl who worked in a cafeteria. In the Canadian-British-Australian game show “Splatalot!” she played herself.

Early Childhood & Life

Torri was born on August 12, 1996, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Don Mills residents Steve Webster and Tracy.

When Torri was three years old, she started taking dance lessons. She eventually started giving stage performances with her dancing groups. She attended a primary school with a French immersion program.

She became quite interested in the performing arts as a teen. Due to this, she eventually started attending the “Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts” for high school. Specialized arts programs are offered at this public high school in Scarborough, Ontario. Torri developed her acting abilities while still in school by taking on the lead roles in various on-stage performances of the school’s musical theater.

Career of Torri Webster

In the comedy family TV movie “The Town Christmas Forgot,” Torri played “Trish Benson,” alongside Lauren Holly, Rick Roberts, and Azer Greco, who played other members of the Benson family. On November 25, 2010, the TV movie, sometimes known as “Christmas in Nowhere,” was made available in the US. Belgian and French release dates are December 16, 2012, and December 23, 2011, respectively.

The role of “Tess Foster” in the Canadian teen sitcom “Life with Boys” was one of her most recognized on-screen personas. The first season of the show, which had 22 episodes, ran on ‘YTV’ in Canada from September 9, 2011, until October 9, 2012. A second season of the show was ordered. On September 4, 2012, the shooting in Toronto, Ontario, started. The first 18 episodes of the second season, which ran from October 23, 2012, to August 27, 2013, were broadcast on ‘YTV’ in Canada.

‘Life with Boys’ debuted on the American network ‘TeenNick’ on February 6, 2013, and was created by Canadian screenwriter, executive producer, and director Michael Poryes, who is also the co-creator of the ‘Disney Channel’ sitcoms ‘Hannah Montana’ and ‘That’s So Raven’. ‘Tess Foster,’ a 14-year-old adolescent who lived alone and was portrayed by Torri in the series, was the only female in her home. Her outstanding work earned her the 2013 “Young Artist Award” for “Best Leading Young Actress in a TV Series.”

On November 21, 2011, “Life with Boys” had its international premiere in the UK and Ireland before being made available in many other nations. The popularity of the program led to global acclaim for Torri. From September 1, 2014, reruns of the program were carried on “Nickelodeon Canada” and “ABC Spark.”

Meanwhile, Torri participated in the children’s game show “Splatalot!” with a medieval theme as a famous competitor in 2012. She had an appearance in the American comedy movie “Jesus Henry Christ” that same year. At the ‘Tribeca Film Festival’ in April 2011, the movie got its world premiere. The film was subsequently released on April 20, 2012, across all US theaters.

The Other Kingdom, an American fantasy sitcom, featured the actor in the role of “PeaseBlossom,” a fairy without wings. ‘Nickelodeon’ hosted the Thomas W. Lynch-produced show for a season. From April 10 to June 19, 2016, there were 20 episodes.

Individual Life of Torri Webster

At the moment, Torri is enrolled in a creative industries course at Toronto’s public research university, “Ryerson University.”

According to rumors, she has a romantic relationship with American director Adam Madrzyk. The couple is frequently spotted together in public. Their photos together are also displayed on their social media pages.

On a number of social networking sites, Torri has also seen some respectable popularity. Among these is her ‘Twitter’ handle, ‘torriwebster,’ which she set up in December 2010. Over 30,000 people have already followed the account. More than 296 thousand people follow her ‘Instagram’ account, ‘torriwebster,’ which she created.

Torri Webster’s Net Worth

One of the wealthiest Canadian TV actors is Torri. According to our research, Torri Webster has a net worth of $5 million, as reported by Forbes, Wikipedia, and Business Insider.