Voices: Apple Bloom, Sweetie Belle (singing)
MICHELLE CREBER is a 13 year old actor, singer, voiceover artist and dancer from Vancouver, Canada who is best known internationally as the voice of “Apple Bloom” as well as the singing voice for “Sweetie Belle” & “Apple Bloom” on My Little Pony, Friendship Is Magic.
Film & TV on-screen credits include Smart Cookies (Hallmark), The Haunting Hour (The Hub), Supernatural (CW), Eureka (NBC), Christmas Lodge (Showcase), Killer Among Us (Lifetime), and The Search for Santa Paws (Disney). In addition to her voice work on MLP, Michelle has voiced many other characters including “Lucy” in Peanuts Motion Comics (Warner Bros), “Alice” in Martha Speaks (PBS Kids), “Teri” and “Michelle” on Dinosaur Train (Jim Henson) and “Jake” in Adventures of Little Jake & Many Skies (APTN). Theatre credits include the title role in Annie (twice), “Dorothy” in The Wizard of Oz, “Brigitta” in The Sound of Music and “Tiny Tim” in A Christmas Carol.
Michelle’s various acting, musical and comedic skills are showcased in the new online variety show, Speedy & Stretch, which was recently launched on her YouTube channel. The show features classic & original comedy sketches as well as music videos and special guests.
In the summer of 2012, Michelle released her debut album entitled Timeless: Songs of a Century; a much acclaimed, multi-genre collection of top hits from 1910 to 2010. Timeless was immediately embraced by fans from dozens of countries around the world and was followed by the release of A Creber Christmas. Both collections feature vocal skills, style, power and versatility that defy Michelle’s young age. A talented song writer, Michelle is now working on a collection of original songs and enjoys playing piano, drums & guitar. She also loves a variety of sports, games, art, cooking, photography, family time and her two dogs, Max & Marley!
Voices: Shining Armor
Andrew Francis got his start in voice acting at the age of nine as the voice of Kento of Hardrock in the English dub of Yoroiden Samurai Trooper, and has racked up over a hundred credited roles since then. He was the voice of Bobby "Iceman" Drake on X-Men: Evolution and the Canadian voice of Dende on Dragon Ball Z. He played the part of Payton in Final Destination 3 and Luke on Smallville. And now he comes to us as Shining Armor on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic!
Voices: Big Macintosh
Peter New is an actor, voice actor and writer. He has nearly 80 professional credits including: Motive, Delete, Fringe Mr Young, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon, Psych, Men In Trees and Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. He has voiced many cartoon characters, from ‘Evan’ in Barbie Thumbelina, to ‘Ian Vashti’ in Gundam00, ‘Lunk’ in Powerpuff GirlsZ, 'Sunil' in Littlest Pet Shop, and ‘Big Macintosh’ in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Other voice credits include InuYasha, Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War, Sushi Pack, Fantastic Four, Rekkit Rabbit, Martha Speaks, Dino Train, and Need 4 Speed: Hot Pursuit.
Peter began acting with a sketch comedy troupe called The Legend of Bonefish, who disbanded twenty years ago, although some of those old sketches have begun springing up on YouTube recently, starring middle-aged versions of ourselves. Weird. He has broad interests, from astrophysics to photography, architecture to environmentalism. He plays a little piano, a bit of guitar, some ukulele, and a passel of drums. One day he wants to cut a record. He enjoys cooking, but more than that, eating. Yummy.
He has recently discovered an interest in pottery.
Voices: Rarity, Princess Luna, Granny Smith, additional voices
T. St. G., started her acting career at the age of 0.9, when an improbable collision of cells resulted in a clotsome little singularity that squeaked.
Radiation from the planet Ninc1, or 'ninny rays,' followed, giving us the T. St. G. of today, who is capable of being almost anything that doesn't involve math or common sense, for a union-approved fee. The T. St. G. singularity worked at the Keg Steakhouse in Halifax as an (appalling) hostess for about a month in the eighties and then took the next logical step and joined the theatre.
She was the lead singer of the wildly forgettable band 'Mystery Diarrhea', who released many things, none of which was an album.
Asking personal questions will usually only bring forth a string of tatty fabrications from this monkey. "I'm not lying," she has said, "I'm ACTING." This is because, while she does have a rich inner life, her outer life is pretty much divided between mucking about in gardens and making noise.
She was hatched, not born, vaguely recalling siblings twittering about in a wasteland of cracked shells. It is possible that she ate them. She amuses herself by setting all the egg timers in Ikea to five minutes, and leaving.
1 Ninc OM- poop 4. Dimmest star in the Getyerteamontheice nebula — which bursts like a carbuncle every 30 Octobers and gives off these pernicious rays.