Sugar Lyn Beard has just about everything in her arsenal to call upon when needed. From voicing anime characters to starring alongside Zac Efron and Kumail Nanjiani in the comedy flick Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, there aren’t a lot of things Sugar is not good at. And while she is not as popular as the A-list actors that we have grown to love, Lyn is making the best of what she has. In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Sugar Lyn Beard.
Early Life and Nick-name:
Born as Stephanie Lyn Beard on the 27th of August, 1981, Lyn is best recognized by her stage name, Sugar Lyn Beard. Born and raised in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, Lyn has not talked much about her early life. Raised in a world surrounded by hip-hop, Lyn got her stage name from a radio DJ, Kwamster Monster.
“I kind of grew up in a hip-hop world where we all had nicknames. And it was a gentleman named Kwamster Monster who gave me my nickname which was originally Suga BayBee. And just because I’m just sweet. I think. Sweet little Sugar BayBee.”
However, as her career progressed, Lyn decided to leave the baggage of BayBee and simply adopted Sugar as her nickname. Not much is known about Lyn’s early life and the star looks to keep it that way.
From Sailor Moon to Comedy Flicks:
Lyn began her career when she was 19 years of age, and contrary to all the movie appearances she has gathered over the years, it was Lyn’s voice that first came out blasting from the speakers. From 2000 to 2001, Lyn played the part of Mad Dog and Billie on KISS 92.5. Around the same time, Lyn landed the part of Serenity “Rini” Tsukino/Sailor Mini Moon in the Cloverway adaptation of Sailor Moon. She voiced the character for 77 episodes. Since then, Lyn has voiced numerous TV characters and has been a part of her fair share of TV series. She has voiced several characters in several TV shows including Franklin (2001), Pecola (2001), The Santa Claus Brothers (2001), Beyblade G-Revolution (2002), The Save-Ums! (2003), The world of Piwi (2003-2004), Cyberchase (2004), Kevin Hill (2004), Atomic Betty (2005), Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs ( 2005-2008), and The Amazing Spiez (2009). Some of her most recent voice work includes Sausage Party in 2016, and Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie in 2017.
Over the years, as Lyn’s career progressed, she found more joy in movies than voice over in TV series. While she didn’t have much success in movies for the first half of the decade, she started landing regular roles since 2016. She has starred in Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, The Disaster Artist, Palm Swings, Game Over, Man!, The Package, and more recently on Unpregnant. She has also had a few acting gigs in TV series including the likes of The Mindy Project, Ghost Girls, Garfunkel and Oates, You’re the Worst, The Flash, and Drunk History.
According to authoritative website Celebritynetworth, Sugar Lyn Beard has a net worth of $3M,
While questions were raised on Lyn’s sexuality during her early years, she has since confirmed she is straight. Lyn is neither married nor single. She is in a happy relationship with her boyfriend Mark Spencer. The duo broke the news on social media and have been together for a while. And while Lyn maintains a presence in social media she is not a huge fan of it and tries to stay away from it when she can.