Todd Johnson is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, where he grew up performing in choirs, bands, and orchestras from the time he could walk. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with honors in history and receiving his master's from Yale Divinity School, Johnson moved to New York City where he became one of the most sought-after studio singers in the business. He has recorded a myriad of national jingles for television and radio, as well as having performed with such renowned artists as Garth Brooks, Celine Dion, Natalie Cole, Tony Bennett, Barry Manilow, Sarah Brightman, Marc Anthony, and Al Jarreau. Turning his energies to his longstanding love of theatre, he received a 2006 Tony Award nomination as a producer of The Color Purple on Broadway.
A longtime New Yorker, Johnson now lives in a 250-year-old farmhouse in Litchfield County, Connecticut, where dogs and horses rule.