|Born||1985 (age 33–34)|
|Alma mater||Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts|
Raised in Plumstead, south east London, Toussaint-White was educated at Plumstead Manor School and Negus Sixth Form Centre, and subsequently trained at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, Clapham, on their three-year B.A. acting course.
In 2009, Toussaint-White was offered the part of nurse Syd, a new love interest for Bradley Branning in EastEnders, making her first screen appearance in February 2009. She played this character until her departure in October 2009. She has also appeared in Primeval, and acted in several stage productions, including Race, which was produced in the UK at London's Hampstead Theatre from 23 May to 29 June 2013. Directed by Terry Johnson, Toussaint-White performed alongside Jasper Britton, Charles Daish and Clarke Peters. 
Following her departure from EastEnders in 2009, Toussaint-White guest starred on the Doctor Who episode "Let's Kill Hitler" which aired on 27 August 2011. In February 2012 she appeared as Mattie Grace in Holby City. In March 2012, it was announced that Toussaint-White would appear opposite her ex-EastEnders co-star Lacey Turner in the ITV2 supernatural drama Switch.
In 2015, Toussaint-White appeared as Tree in The Etienne Sisters at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. For this performance she was nominated for Best Performance in a Musical in the 2016 UK Theatre Awards alongside her co-cast members Allyson Ava-Brown and Jennifer Saayeng.
In 2018, Toussaint-White appeared in the hit BBC One show Bodyguard, a six part drama created and written by Jed Mercurio. Starring opposite Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes, Toussaint-White portrayed DS Louise Rayburn. The drama was successful and took the highest launch figure for any new UK drama.
Toussaint-White is married to the actor Joey Ellis. They live in London.
|2007||Casualty||Bunmi||Episode: "Core Values"|
|2008||The Bill||Janice Pool||Episode: "Overkill"|
|EastEnders||Syd Chambers||Recurring role (41 episodes)|
|2011||The Missing Day|
|Doctor Who||Mels (River Song)||Episode: "Let's Kill Hitler"|
|Comedy Showcase||Beautician||Episode: "The Fun Police"|
|2012||Whitechapel||Tish Petersen||Episode: "3.1"|
|Holby City||Matti Grace||Episode: "Fight the Good Fight"|
|Scott & Bailey||Chantelle Deen||Episode: "2.7"|
|Switch||Jude Thomas||Main role (6 episodes)|
|2014||Uncle||Shelly||Recurring role (5 episodes)|
|Death in Paradise||Lena Bell||Episode: "Political Suicide"|
|Holby City||Sophia Verlaine|
|2016||Emmerdale||Angie Bailey||Recurring role|
|2018||Bodyguard||DS Louise Rayburn||Main role (4 episodes)|
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- "EastEnders - EastEnders characters and cast members". BBC. Archived from the original on 5 October 2009. Retrieved 3 November 2011.
- "'EastEnders' star cast in Series 6 of 'Doctor Who'". Cultbox.co.uk. 26 March 2011. Retrieved 3 November 2011.
- Jeffrey, Morgan (29 March 2012). "Lacey Turner to star in ITV2 witch drama 'Switch'". Digital Spy. Retrieved 29 March 2012.
- "The Etienne Sisters review at Theatre Royal Stratford East". Retrieved 7 October 2016.
- "Sir Ian McKellen's career to be recognised with UK Theatre Award". Retrieved 7 October 2016.
- "Dominic Cooper revels in raunchy role of rake". Retrieved 7 October 2016.
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