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Devyn Dalton


Devyn Dalton is a Canadian born actor, dancer, and stunt performer. Strongly recognized for her motion capture performance roles and voice work. Devyn began acting and dancing at a young age, showing skills far beyond her years and an undeniable love for the craft. She immediately gained recognition taking home numerous awards and scholarships from well established mentors in the industry. She was scouted by an agent in her home town of Edmonton, who recruited her to the film industry in Vancouver, BC. Devyn continued her training in dance and theatre, performing throughout Canada and Worldwide. Her acting career was also blossoming. Some of her accomplishments include landing her first feature film "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," playing two lead live-action roles. This was the start of Devyn's career as an established motion capture artist, having a chance to work alongside some of the best in the biz, Andy Serkis and Terry Notary. Ms.Dalton was brought back on board for the franchises third film, "War of the Planet of the Apes," playing the role Cornelius. Nickelodeon first snatched Devyn up to play the lead character of Christmas Carol in "A Fairly Odd Christmas" along side stars Drake Bell and Daniella Monet. Later they cast her as Gretel of the famous Hansel and Gretel duo, in the adventure film, "Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library." Her latest and most rewarding accomplishment to date is having worked alongside legend Steven Spielberg in the feature "The BFG." Devyn also expresses her talents as a professional stunt performer. Some of her many credits have been, Percy Jackson: The Sea of Monster, Godzilla, Once Upon A time, Arrow,Supernatural, A Series of Unfortunate Events, X-files, Wonder and Legion. Ms.Dalton more recently joined the star studded cast of three big time features, Marvels X-men: Dark Phoenix, Skyscraper and The Predator. Devyn's voiceover journey started when she joined "Barbies Rock N' Royal" movie, voicing the spunky rocker girl, Zia. You can also hear Devyn in the hit anime series "Beyblade Burst" voicing the role of Shasa. Joining the cast of "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic", as the loveable Ocellus, deems to be one of Devyn's favourite and most rewarding roles. Devyn's passion continues on and she is always striving to create,learn new skills, expand her horizons and hopes to explore the world!

Gavin Langelo


Gavin Langelo is a Vancouver-based actor and a graduate of the Acting for Stage and Screen Program at Capilano University. In the past few years, Gavin has enjoyed acting in TV shows such as "Supergirl" and "Reboot: The Guardian Code"; films such as "Story of a Girl" and "Bella Ciao"; and cartoons such as "Lego Ninjago" and "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic". During his time at Capilano University Gavin worked on numerous film and theatre projects, most notably "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" as Valmont and "The Rocky Horror Show" as Riff Raff. Gavin looks forward to seeing what the future holds and hopes to have a long and successful career in film, television, animation and theatre.

Katrina Salisbury


Katrina Salisbury is a Canadian actress, living and working in the beautiful province of British Columbia. She began her career in 2016 and has been grateful to play some amazing characters including Nico Niyama on Kiznaiver, Inmate 43B on Tooth and Tail, and Yona on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. She spent most of her young life with her horses, competing in english/ western saddle competitions and later began rodeo (which she was definitely not cut out for). In her teens, Katrina switched up the horsepower from actual horses, to racing cars. She began autocrossing at the age of 16 and took part in many competitions around North America, while simultaneously playing way too much World of Warcraft. A fun fact about Katrina, she is type 1 diabetic and sports a weird looking MP3 thing which is actually her insulin pump. You can find Katrina on twitter as @KR_Salisbury and Instagram @katrinasalisbury. avatar: "/images/guests/kas-headshot.jpg"

Kelly Sheridan

Starlight Glimmer

Kelly Sheridan is delighted to play Starlight Glimmer, Sassy Saddles, Misty Fly and others in MLP: FiM. With more than 25 years of voice over experience, she has appeared in numerous animated series and features including Ukyo in Ranma ½, Sango in Inuyasha, and numerous roles in My Little Pony Tales and MLP G3. Most notably, she worked for Mattel for over a decade, playing the voice of Barbie in the majority of their feature length films. Recent credits include Blayde in Dinotrux, Praxina in Lolirock, various roles in Seth Rogan’s Sausage Party, and the upcoming preschool series 16 Hudson. Kelly is a graduate of Simon Theatre University’s Theatre Program and loves creating theatre. The rest of the time she can be found traveling, playing ridiculously complicated board games and sampling premium tequilas.

Lauren Jackson


Lauren is a theatre and voice actor living in Vancouver! Originally from Ontario, Lauren is a Studio 58 and Queen’s University Drama graduate, and a two time Jessie Award recipient. She has loved playing Silverstream on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and getting to know the big, generous community involved with the series. She can also be heard on Far Cry 5 and on the original cast recording of Onegin, a hit Canadian Musical. Besides acting, Lauren is a passionate cook and an avid beach bum. Big high fives and thanks for having me!

Shannon Chan-Kent


Shannon has been a stage/tv/voiceover artist for over 15 years. She holds a BMUS and MMUS in Opera Performance from UBC under the instruction of Nancy Hermiston. Selected theatre credits include Belle in Beauty And The Beast (Arts Club) , Christmas Eve in Avenue Q (Arts Club), Rose in The Flick (Arts Club), The Mistress in Evita (VOA), Sophie de Palma in Masterclass (Arts Club). Some tv/film/voice over credits include Life Sentence (CW), Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce (Bravo), Misfits (Freeform), The Crossing (abc), My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Hasbro), My Little Pony: The Movie (Hasbro), The Littlest Petshop (Hasbro), Slugterra (DisneyXD), Beatbugs (Netflix), Open Season: Scared Silly (SONY). She is a two time Jessie nominee, Leo nominee and recipient of the Ben Heppner scholarship. 

Sunni Westbrook

Cozy Glow

Sunni Westbrook started auditioning for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic during its fifth season and joined the cast, as Cozy Glow, in season eight. She is grateful for every role she didn’t get because now she is Cozy! Prior to starting her voice career in 2014, Sunni fought her calling as an actor, taking on “real jobs” in biotech and pharmaceuticals. She would have also made a darn fine librarian, except she is very loud. A native Cheesehead, now living in Vancouver BC, Sunni likes forest walks with her big fluffy dog Ernie and reruns of “The Office.” She does not like artificial strawberry flavoring or sharks. Most importantly - Sunni is delighted to be with you at EverFree Northwest! 

Vincent Tong


Vincent’s My little Pony characters include: Flash Sentry, Garble the Dragon, Donut Joe, Prince Blue Blood, Rumble, Feather Bangs and one of the newest students at the School of Friendship Sandbar. His voice can also be heard on Lego’s Ninjago, Nexo Knights, Llama Llama, Sausage Party, Ratchet and Clank, Bob The Builder, Death Note, The Deep, Lollirock, Super Monsters, Beyblade Burst. Film/ TV credits include: Cop and a Half 2, The Transporter Series, Arrow, Fringe, Josie and the Pussycats. Vincent loves long naps on the beach, and saying hi to random people in the street. Thanks for having me at EVNW!

Mark Acheson

Lord Tirek

Mark Acheson has been acting professionally since his teens. After college, he was a member of Janus Theatre and performed on most of the stages in Western Canada for over a decade, before transitioning to Film and Television, in his 30’s. He has since appeared in multiple episodes of 5 of the longest running series in Vancouver; including X Files, Smallville, Supernatural, and Stargate. His film work includes Trixie, produced by Robert Altman; Elf, directed by Jon Favreau; Watchmen, directed by Zach Snyder and the Emmy winning miniseries Fargo. His next transition, in his forties, was from the front of the camera to behind the microphone, when Mark began his cartoon career, starring in such series as Fatdog Mendoza, Weird-Ohs, Hulk vs Wolverine (as Sabretooth) and in the Direct-to-Video movie, Barbie and the Diamond Castle. Most notably, Mark has voiced Lord Tirek for the past few seasons of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, bringing him to a total of 32 different cartoon characters voiced. Mark is an advocate for cutting edge environmental technologies which will build a better tomorrow for his son, grandson, and all children everywhere. He is very excited to be attending EFNW convention early next year.

Cathy Weseluck

Spike The Dragon

Cathy Weseluck’s acting/production career extends over a wide range of areas. Along with her voice acting successes, Cathy's noted accomplishments include her work as a TV actor (Stargate, Cold Squad), instructor and casting director/director. After completing a BMus degree and minor in Sociology, Cathy became an associate producer for CBC Radio’s DiscDrive, then began her voice acting career voicing narrations (CBC Life & Times), commercials, (BMO, McDonald’s), then animation. Many notable characters including Spike, Coco Pommel and the Mayor (MLP:FIM), Dennis (Kid Vs Kat), Cybersix and Adrian (Cybersix), Near (Death Note), and the feisty Shampoo in Ranma 1/2. As a guest speaker and voice acting instructor for over 25 years, she’s shared her knowledge at Berkeley U of C, the CBC, trade forums, acting academies, and institutions of higher learning.

Nicole Dubuc

EP/Story Editor

As a child actress for eleven years, Nicole got her start in the entertainment industry on the other side of the camera. After graduating from Yale University as a pre-med with a degree in English, she returned to California to become an apprentice staff writer on Disney’s girl-power hit, Kim Possible. Since then, Nicole has written over 150 produced scripts for a wide variety of formats, including musical, books, comics, live-action, feature, television, and even an interactive cruise ship activity. Spanning many genres, some of her credits include Disney’s My Friends Tigger & Pooh, LEGO Elves, and Star Wars Rebels. Nicole co-authored the Ponyville Mysteries series with Michael Vogel under the name “Penumbra Quill.” She co-developed Transformers: Rescue Bots for television and is a seven-time Emmy nominee, as well as a Writers’ Guild Award recipient for her life’s work in animation. While continuing her work as an actress (most recently on Young Justice: Outsiders), Nicole served as executive producer and story editor on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Rescue Bots Academy for Hasbro. She is currently showrunning The Rocketeer, a series she developed for Disney. But never fear. Despite her daily dealings with cartoon super-villains, Nicole plans to use her powers for good, not evil.

Tony Fleecs

IDW Artist

"Tony Fleecs has drawn My Little Pony Comics for almost 6 years. In that time he's drawn over 30 issues & hundreds of covers. He's drawn Little Ponies, Teenaged girl Ponies, Superhero Ponies, Movie Ponies & Thousands of years ago Legendary Ponies. This year, look for Tony's art on the IDW MLP Comics Mini-series MLP: Nightmare Knights and in the Young Readers book, MLP: Best Gift Ever "A Present for Every Pony from Little Brown & Co. Tony's Favorite pony is Applejack and his favorite color is pink. Which comes in real handy in this job."

Brenda Hickey

IDW Artist

Brenda Hickey is a Canadian comic creator who has worked on the art for the IDW My Little Pony comics for many years. Her earliest work on the series was illustrating the Applejack Micro. She's lent her art to many issues since then including the mane series, Friends Forever, Fiendship is Magic, Legends of Magic and the Holiday Specials. Aside from Ponies, she has collaborated with Bobby Curnow on graphic novel Ward's Valley and has recently wrapped up her self published mini series comic Halls of the Turnip King.

Terry Klassen

Voice Director

As a creator... With shows in various stages of development and on the air, Terry has always been noted for his original comedic ideas. ‘Yvon of the Yukon’ was a 52 episode animated comedy he co-created and was optioned by Studio B Productions/Alliance/Atlantis. It ran around the world, included far off markets like Australia Russia and England.
As a writer... Terry has a passion for comedy and has been at it for more than 15 years. His keen eye for funny allows him to incorporate characters in genuinely innovative situations. Just a sampling of some of the series Terry has written on include- the Gemini nominated CGI comedy ‘Weirdo’s’ (Fox/Mainframe), Billy the Cat (Family Channel) and Dragon Ball Z (Cartoon Network US). Terry has worked as a series/staff writer on other animated series including Fox Kids, Fox Family, YTV and the number one rated series on Teletoon/Fox ‘CyberSix’.
As a voice director... Terry has voice directed hundreds of episodes of animation including four seasons of ‘Ed, Edd & Eddy’ (Cartoon Network US/AKA Animation), Mega-Series like ‘Mega Man’ (Ruby/Spears) and ‘Mega Babies’ (Fox Family/Teletoon), ‘Fat Dog Mendoza’ (Cartoon Network/Sunbow) and ‘ Argh! It’s the Mr. Hell Show’ for the BBC/Sexton Entertainment. Terry was nominated for an Emmy for the PBS series “Martha Speaks.”
As a voice-over talent... He has appeared as a voice in over 50 animated series including the Emmy nominated “Wacky World of Tex Avery”and Baby Loony Toons as the voice of Baby Sylvester. Also, he was the voice of ‘Stinky’ in the Mainframe/Harvey CGI animated feature “Casper’s Haunted Christmas”.

Daniel Ingram

Music Director

Daniel Ingram is an award winning, five-time Emmy nominated songwriter and composer. He has written songs for notable stars such as Emily Blunt, Zoey Saldana, Kristin Chenoweth, Weird Al Yankovic, Rachel Bloom and Tony Award winner Lena Hall, among many others. Daniel’s distinctive musical style has earned him a place as one of the top songwriters working in Children’s/Family entertainment today. He has had over 300 song commissions, with eight Billboard charting albums, some of which reached the #1 spot on iTunes in the Children’s category. Some of Daniel’s most popular songs on YouTube have over 100 million online views, with a cumulative catalogue approaching one billion views. In addition to being a prolific songwriter, Daniel has scored hundreds of episodes of television, for clients including HBO, NBC, Netflix, WGBH/PBS Kids, Hasbro Studios, Discovery Kids, Knowledge Network, Rainmaker, Moose Toys, DHX Media and Corus/Nelvana, etc. Daniel’s orchestral score and songs can be heard in My Little Pony: The Movie released worldwide October 2017. Daniel currently lives and works in Vancouver, BC, Canada with his wife and two dogs, Tempo and Cajun.