Curry Todd is a Tennessee native who was born, raised, educated and eventually formed a family of his own in The Volunteer State. He is proud of where he comes from, and he has devoted his life to improving the state that has provided him with a great life. He started off as an athletic personality who had a knack for the sport of basketball. This eventually led to him playing for his high school team. He became a star player for the Treadwell High School Eagles basketball team, and he was drafted to the All-Memphis team four years in a row and was also inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.
He then went on to attend college at what is known today as the University of Memphis. After completing his formal education he went into politics, leading up to a career that has gotten him to a seat in the Tennessee House of representatives, a position he has held since 1998. He is a strong Republican lawmaker who works to preserve state rights, the safeguarding of the Second Amendment and the continuance of other such conservative values.