Maggie Castle Husband: Meet David James Elliott

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Maggie Castle, born on August 7, 1983, is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Jenny Kolinsky in the cult horror comedy series “Todd and the Book of Pure Evil.” She has also showcased her acting skills in other notable roles, such as battling the evil ventriloquist’s dummy Slappy in the Goosebumps TV series and voicing Molly MacDonald in the animated series “Arthur.”

Maggie Castle was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and she studied radio and television production at Ryerson University. Her passion for acting runs in the family as her older sister, Aimée Castle, is also an actress, and they appeared together in “Big Wolf on Campus.”

Castle’s acting journey began with a small role in the film “Vincent and Me” in 1990. She later appeared in movies like “The Jackal,” “The House,” “Weirdsville,” “Dead Mary,” “The Mad,” “Hank and Mike,” and “The Time Traveler’s Wife.” Notably, Castle reprised her role as Jenny Kolinsky in the animated feature film “Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The End of the End.”

In the Goosebumps TV series, Castle played Amy Kramer, a young girl who receives a ventriloquist’s dummy with a sinister life of its own. She also lent her voice to Molly MacDonald in the animated series “Arthur” for over two decades.

Castle’s breakthrough came with the role of tough high schooler Jenny Kolinsky in “Todd and the Book of Pure Evil.” Despite initial hesitation, Castle’s portrayal of Jenny won hearts, and she returned for the show’s second season.

Maggie Castle Husband: Meet David James Elliott

 She is married to David James Elliott, a Canadian actor who starred in the series JAG. Apart from her successful acting career, not much is publicly known about Maggie Castle’s personal life, as she prefers to keep her private life away from the limelight.

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