Patrycja Foltynowicz

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Actor (1 credit)
 2014 Super Brainy Zombies (Short) (as Patrycia Foltynowicz)
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DODIE CLARK

Dodie Clark was born as Dorothy Miranda Clark. She is an actress, known for Bad Burglars (2014), Dear Happy (2016) and Sanders Shorts (2013).
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Actress (24 credits)
 2018 Crybaby (Video short) (as Dodie ‘dodie’ Clark)
 2018 Know What I Mean? (Video short)
 2017 Any Regrets? (Video short) (as Dodie ‘dodie’ Clark)
 2017/I You (Video short)
 2017 6/10 (Video short)
 2017 Sanders Sides (TV Series)
Girl in crowd shouting ‘We Know’

Becoming a Cartoon (2017) … Girl in crowd shouting ‘We Know’ (uncredited)
 2017 New York, New York (Video short)
Dodie (as dodie)
 2016-2017 Thomas Sanders (TV Series)
Dodie

Waving Through a Window (2017) … Dodie (as dodie)
Birds (2016) … Dodie
 2016-2017 Sanders Shorts (TV Series)
Dodie

Shoutout Sunday: Miles (2017) … Dodie (as dodie)
Having Long Distance Friends (2017) … Dodie
Shoutout Sunday: Sebastian (2016) … Dodie
 2017 17 Ways to Dump Your Girlfriend (Video short) (as Dodie ‘doddleoddle’ Clark)
 2016 Sick of Losing Soulmates (Video) (as Dodie Clarke)
 2016 Dear Happy (Video short)
Dodie (as dodie)
 2016 Crash Zoom (TV Series short)
Jodie

Sky Scam (2016) … Jodie (voice, as Dodie ‘doddleoddle’ Clark)
 2016 Let It Be (Short)
Martha
 2016 Laundry Day (Short)
Dodie
 2015 Shoot All Your Problems Away (Video short) (as Dodie ‘Doddleoddle’ Clark)
 2015 Blue Sushi (Short)
Party Goer
 2015 Asdfmovie9 (Short) (voice, as Dodie ‘doddleoddle’ Clark)
 2015 The Imp of the Perverse (Short)
Eve
 2014 Unnecessary Otter (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.4 (2014)
Episode #1.2 (2014)
 2014 Bad Burglars (TV Mini-Series)
Dodie

The Heist (2014) … Dodie
Surprise Party (2014) … Dodie
 2014 Valentine’s Lies (Video short)
 2014 Super Brainy Zombies (Short)
Dodie

JUDY BUXTON

Judy Buxton was born on October 7, 1949 in Croydon, London, England as Judith Catherine Buxton. She is an actress, known for Get Real (1998), On the Up (1990) and General Hospital (1972). She has been married to Jeffrey Holland since September 18, 2004.
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Actress (42 credits)
 2015 Art Ache
Stella Pullman
 2014 Lily and the Revolution (Short)
Diane
 2014 Super Brainy Zombies (Short)
Lisa
 2013/IV Dream Date (Short)
Gran
 2013 Once A Man (Short)
Cindy
 1998 Get Real
John’s Mother
 1998 Close Relations (TV Mini-Series)
Mrs. Wilson

Episode #1.5 (1998) … Mrs. Wilson
 1997 Next of Kin (TV Series)
Angela

Episode #3.4 (1997) … Angela
 1990-1992 On the Up (TV Series)
Ruth Carpenter

Divorce (1992) … Ruth Carpenter
Stephanie (1992) … Ruth Carpenter
Parental Choice (1992) … Ruth Carpenter
The Fishing Trip (1992) … Ruth Carpenter
The Golf Tournament (1992) … Ruth Carpenter
 1991 Lovejoy (TV Series)
Deborah Wyler

One Born Every Minute (1991) … Deborah Wyler
 1987 Bergerac (TV Series)
Lady Hamer

S.P.A.R.T.A. (1987) … Lady Hamer
 1986 Chance in a Million (TV Series)
Joanna

Naming the Day (1986) … Joanna
 1983-1985 By the Sword Divided (TV Series)
Susan Protheroe / Lady Susan Winter

Forlorn Hope (1985) … Lady Susan Winter
Escape (1985) … Lady Susan Winter
Cromwell at Arnescote (1985) … Lady Susan Winter
Conflicts (1985) … Lady Susan Winter
Not Peace, But a Sword (1983) … Susan Protheroe
 1983 Storyboard (TV Series)
Margot

Secrets (1983) … Margot
 1979 The Quiz Kid
Sandra
 1979 Diary of a Nobody (TV Series)
Daisy Mutlar

Episode #1.9 (1979) … Daisy Mutlar
Episode #1.3 (1979) … Daisy Mutlar
 1979 Chalk and Cheese (TV Series)
Miss Foster

Sit Vac (1979) … Miss Foster
 1979 How’s Your Father? (TV Series)
Mavis Wilcox

Trouble with Shirley (1979) … Mavis Wilcox
 1979 Blake’s 7 (TV Series)
Inga

Hostage (1979) … Inga
 1979 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
Sandra

The Quiz Kid (1979) … Sandra
 1978 Wodehouse Playhouse (TV Series)
Lady Millicent Shipton-Bellinger

The Smile That Wins (1978) … Lady Millicent Shipton-Bellinger
 1978 The Sweeney (TV Series)
Salesgirl

Bait (1978) … Salesgirl
 1978 The Big Sleep
Cheval Club Receptionist (uncredited)
 1978 Wilde Alliance (TV Series)
Camilla

A Question of Research (1978) … Camilla
 1977 Get Some In! (TV Series)
Nurse

Crash Exercise (1977) … Nurse
 1977 Rising Damp (TV Series)
Caroline

The Cocktail Hour (1977) … Caroline
Clunk Click (1977) … Caroline
 1977 Seven Faces of Woman (TV Series)
Maria

She: A Girl in Gold Shoes (1977) … Maria
 1977 Headmaster (TV Series)
Clerk of Court

Stephen (1977) … Clerk of Court
 1976 Aces High
French Girl
 1976 The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones
Lizzie (uncredited)
 1976 Angels (TV Series)
Pam Baxter

Round the Clock (1976) … Pam Baxter
 1976 The Likely Lads
Iris
 1975 Sharon’s Baby
Sheila
 1975 Public Eye (TV Series)
Janet Harper

Nobody Wants to Know (1975) … Janet Harper
 1974 Justice (TV Series)
Lennie Maxwell

Point of Death (1974) … Lennie Maxwell
 1974 Hunter’s Walk (TV Series)
Claire Briggs

Witness (1974) … Claire Briggs
 1974 A Little Bit of Wisdom (TV Series)
Nurse Abbott

And I Mean That Most Sincerely (1974) … Nurse Abbott
 1972-1973 General Hospital (TV Series)
Student Nurse Katy Shaw

Episode #1.33 (1973) … Student Nurse Katy Shaw
Episode #1.32 (1973) … Student Nurse Katy Shaw
Episode #1.31 (1973) … Student Nurse Katy Shaw
Episode #1.26 (1973) … Student Nurse Katy Shaw
Episode #1.25 (1973) … Student Nurse Katy Shaw
 1972 All Star Comedy Carnival (TV Movie)
Student Nurse Shaw
 1972 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Anne

The Specialist (1972) … Anne

EMMA BLACKERY

Emma Blackery was born as Emma Louise Blackery. She is an actress, known for Emma Blackery: Agenda (2018), Oscar’s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures (2015) and Super Brainy Zombies (2014).
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Actress (5 credits)
 2018 Emma Blackery: Agenda (Video short)
Emma Blackery
 2016 Shane & Friends (TV Series)

Emma Blackery (2016)
 2015 Oscar’s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures (TV Mini-Series)
Finn the Carp

The Fountain of Forgetfulness (2015) … Finn the Carp
 2014 Super Brainy Zombies (Short)
Emma
 2013/XII The Audition (Short)
Emma

Emma Blackery

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Blackery performing at the Manchester Arena, 2016
Personal information
Born Emma Louise Blackery
(1991-11-11) 11 November 1991 (age 26)
Basildon, Essex, England
Nationality English
Education Bromfords School[1]
Residence Brighton, East Sussex, England
Website emmablackery.com
YouTube information
Channel
Years active 2010–present
Genre
Subscribers 1.4 million subscribers
Total views 157.5 million views (combined)
Network Maker Studios
Associated acts Busted
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Subscriber and view counts updated as of 13 January 2018.

Emma Louise Blackery[2] (born 11 November 1991)[3] is an English singer-songwriter, YouTuber vlogger, and author from Basildon, Essex.[3][4] Her main YouTube channel has over 1.4 million subscribers and over 131 million video views.[5] She also has a Vevo channel for her music videos which has over 3.3 million views and almost 70 thousand subscribers.[6]

Career[edit]

Music[edit]

Blackery’s first EP, Human Behaviour, was released in early 2012.[7] Blackery initially created her YouTube channel, emmablackery, to promote her music. In July 2013, Blackery released her second EP, Distance, accompanied by a music video for the lead track, “Go the Distance”. The music video was uploaded to her main YouTube channel and currently has more than 1,000,000 views.[8] The EP reached No. 1 on the iTunes Rock chart within the first week of its release.[9][10] Blackery released her third EP, Perfect, on 11 November 2014, her 23rd birthday,[11] and the song “Perfect” entered the UK Rock & Metal Singles Chart at number 8.[12] Her fourth EP, Sucks to Be You, came out in 2016.[13][14] The single peaked at No. 85 on the Scottish Singles Chart.[15]

On 4 April 2016, Blackery announced that she would be joining pop punk band Busted as a special guest on their Pigs Can Fly Tour 2016.[16] She toured by herself in October 2016 and from May to June 2017.[17] She is touring Europe in March 2018, rescheduled for October 2018.[18][19] She also occasionally performs at YouTube events.[20]

In April 2017, she launched her Vevo channel, with the videos for “Nothing Without You, “Don’t Come Home”, and “Magnetised”.[21] On 26 May, Blackery released her fifth EP, Magnetised.[22] On 2 June, the EP debuted at No. 63 on the UK Albums Chart, becoming her first EP to chart on the Official Album Chart.[23] The EP peaked at No. 5 on the UK Independent Album Chart and No. 2 on the Official Independent Album Breakers Chart.[24][25] On 6 August, Blackery received a Summer in the City Song of the Year award for “Nothing Without You”.[26] The music video for “Nothing Without You” has also achieved over 1,000,000 views on YouTube. The cover art for Magnetised was also featured in the Apple Keynote event for the iPhone X in September 2017.[27]

On 16 March 2018 Emma released the single ‘Dirt’. The song entered the UK iTunes chart at Number 28 and rose as high as number 15. ‘Dirt’ has approximately 948k streams on Spotify thus far. Furthermore, the ‘Dirt’ music video which was released on the same date on her Vevo Channel has amassed over 1 million views so far.[28][29]

On 30 April 2018, via Twitter, Blackery announced that her next single ‘Agenda’ would be released on 4 May 2018.[30] A lyric video was released alongside the single release on Blackery’s Vevo account.[31] The official music video was released on 22 May. [32] She later released “Icarus” and “Take Me Out” [33][34][35][36]

On 22 May 2018 Blackery announced her debut album, Villains, which was released on 31 August 2018. She then partnered with HMV for a UK-wide tour where she did small in-store performances and album signings. The album reached #5 in the Pop ITunes Charts as well as being in the top 20 Official UK Charts.[37][38]

Book[edit]

Blackery released a book she wrote called Feel Good 101: The Outsiders’ Guide to a Happier Life, based upon a series featured on her main channel. In September 2017, the book was released and went on to become a best-seller.[39][40][41][42]

YouTube[edit]

Blackery currently has three active YouTube channels, and multiple previously active channels which have either been deleted, left inactive, or re-branded into new channels.

  • Emma Blackery – Blackery’s main channel, created in May 2012, on which she hosts her primary content including vlogs, music videos, comedy sketches and other miscellaneous content. She began to gain a following from reading excerpts from Fifty Shades of Grey on her channel, but these videos were later removed due to copyright complaints.[43] During her Fifty Shades of Grey series, Blackery also began uploading comedy vlogs, inspired by Shane Dawson and Dan Howell.[44] Some of her most viewed videos which are public as of April 2018 are The Sims in Real Life with over 3.7 million video views and If Websites Started dating which has over 3.2 million video views, showing the most popular of her online videos to fit in with her target audience of teens aged 14-19
  • Vloggery – Blackery’s second active channel which is dedicated to vlogs, tips, advice, serious talk subjects and any other content in which she feels doesn’t belong on her main channel.
  • EmmaBlackeryVEVO – Blackery also has a channel created solely to upload her music videos, currently there are eight videos, “Nothing Without You (Official Video)”, “Magnetised (Official Video)”, “Don’t Come Home (Official Lyric Video)”, “Dirt”, “Dirt (Acoustic)”, “Agenda (Lyric Video)”, “Agenda (Official Video)”, “Icarus (Lyric video)” and “Take Me Out” [45]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions
UK
[46]
Villains 24

Extended plays[edit]

Title Peak chart positions Release details
UK
[46]
Human Behavior EP
  • Released: 17 May 2012
  • Label: Independent
  • Formats: Digital download
Distance EP
  • Released: 16 July 2013
  • Label: Independent
  • Formats: Digital download
Perfect EP
  • Released: 11 November 2014
  • Label: Fireflight
  • Formats: Digital download
Sucks to Be You
  • Released: 27 May 2016
  • Label: Independent
  • Formats: Digital download
Magnetised 63
  • Released: 26 May 2017
  • Label: Independent
  • Formats: Digital download, CD, Vinyl
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
Sales

[47]
SCO
[48]
“My Thoughts on Google+”[49] 2014 Non-album singles
“I’ve Been Worse” 2015
“Your Own Shoes”
“Sucks to Be You” 2016 85 Sucks to Be You
“Nothing Without You” 2017 Magnetised
“Magnetised”
“Don’t Come Home”
“Dirt” 2018 47 Villains
“Agenda”
“Icarus”
“Take Me Out”
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

JENNY BINGHAM

Jenny Bingham is an actress and production manager, known for Super Brainy Zombies (2014), Insurgency (2013) and The Family Picture (2009).
Actress (10 credits)
 2018 The Bothering 2 (Short)
Sister (as Jennifer Bingham)
 2014 Super Brainy Zombies (Short)
Jenny
 2013 The Tea Chronicles (Short)
Jenny
 2013 If LARPers Could Kill (Short)
Jenny
 2013 Guitar Warfare (Video short) (as Jenny)
 2012 Asdfmovie5 (Short)
Girlfriend (voice)
 2012/II The Confession (Short)
Jenny
 2011 Holy Shit Cats (Video short)
Jenny
 2011 The Bothering (Short)
Sister (as ThatJennyBee)
 2009 The Family Picture
Catherine
Hide Hide Show Show Production manager (1 credit)
 2013 Insurgency (Short) (production manager)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2013 Insurgency (Short) (script supervisor)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2017 Vidfest Diaries (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #6.6 (2017) … Herself
Episode #5.6 (2017) … Herself

BETHAN JAMES

Bethan James is an actress, known for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (2010), The Field Trip and Bobble (2014).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2016 Agatha Raisin (TV Series)
Chloe Mabbs

The Vicious Vet (2016) … Chloe Mabbs
 2014 Bobble (Short)
Sophie
 2013 Resting (Short)
Jay Clawth
 2010 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (Video Game)
Witch (voice)
 2008 Let Sleeping Girls Lie (Short)
Carol
 2008 Reality Bites (Short)
Rachel
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2009 Jukebox Juniors (TV Movie documentary)
Herself (voice)

Ashleigh Ball

Ashleigh Ball

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Ashleigh Ball
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Ashleigh Ball performing with Hey Ocean!
Born Ashleigh Adele Ball
(1983-03-31) March 31, 1983 (age 35)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Alma mater Canadian College of Performing Arts[1]
Occupation Voice actress, musician
Years active 2002–present
Musical career
Genres
  • Pop
  • rock
Instruments
Years active 2004–present
Labels
  • Nettwerk
  • Universal Music
Associated acts Hey Ocean!

Ashleigh Adele Ball[3] (born March 31, 1983)[4][5] is a Canadian voice actress and musician, known for singing in the rock band Hey Ocean!, as well as voicing characters in several toyetic movies and television series, notably the Barbie film series, Bratz, Johnny Test, Littlest Pet Shop and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.[6] She is the subject of the documentary A Brony Tale directed by Brent Hodge, which follows her through her first interactions with the Brony community at BronyCon 2012.[7]

Career[edit]

A Brony Tale film poster, featuring Ball.

Ball has found a fan following through her band Hey Ocean! and through bronies, the male fans of the television show My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, a show in which she voices and sings as two of the six main characters, Applejack and Rainbow Dash.[8] Ball has been to several brony conventions, including BronyCon and Bay Area Brony Spectacular as a guest of honour. Ball stated in her documentary A Brony Tale, in which she is the main subject, “It’s (My Little Pony) a really important part of a lot of these people’s lives. So yeah, as long as My Little Ponies exist, there will be bronies.”

On May 2, 2017 she released the music video “Crazy”, and on June 2 released her debut solo EP Gold in You.[9][10]

Personal life[edit]

Ball is married.[11]

Discography[edit]

Solo albums

  • Gold in You (EP) (2017)[12]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source
2005 Starship Operators Sanri Wakana [13]
2006 Shakugan no Shana Yukari Hirai [13]
2007 Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage Hansel Maki [13]

Animation[edit]

List of voice performances in animated series
Year Series Role Notes Source
2005–14 Johnny Test Mary Test, Sissy, Lolo, Churro Boy, Pizza Delivery Guy, Wendell, Nerdy Kid [13]
2005–06 Mix Master Mary, Buma and others [13]
2006 Bratz Kirstee, Prudence [13]
2007–08 Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-Lot Oopsy Bear [13]
2007–08 Edgar & Ellen Stephanie Knightleigh, Pepper Poshi, Principal Mulberry, Miles Knightleigh, Townsperson Actor 2 [13][14]
2008 Tom And Jerry Tales Huber the Kangaroo Episode: Kangadoofus [13]
2009 Iron Man: Armored Adventures Black Widow / Natasha Romanoff [13]
2009 Dinosaur Train Gilbert, Lorraine Lambeosaurus, Oren Ornithomimus, Mrs. Therizinosaurus, Millie Maiasaura [13]
2010-15 Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures Plum Pudding [13]
2010–present My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Daisy, Rainbow Dash (Young), Cherry Berry, Shoeshine, Lemon Hearts, Cherry Fizzy, Lyra Heartstrings, Nurse Redheart, Orange Swirl, Parcel Post, Applejack (Young), Dumbbell (Young), Rumble, Ol’ Salt, Buffalo, Upper Crust, Nurse Snowheart, Applejack (Male), Applejack (Baby), Apple Rose (Young), Apple Rose, Apple Dumpling, Prim Hemline, Twirly, Infirmed Pony, Amethyst Gleam, Neighls Bohr, Open Skies, Mob Pony 1, Gimme Moore, Sunshine Smiles, Hat-Shopping Pony, Theatre Revival Audience Pony, Manehattan Gardener Pony, Taunting Young Pegasi, Cheerilee’s Students, Cyan Changeling, Cyan Forum Changeling, Berry Punch Also Equestria Girls [13][15]
2011-12 Voltron Force Allura,[16][17] Daigo [13]
2011-Present Superbook Samantha, Travis Episode: The Good Samaritan [13]
2012 Action Dad Mick Ramsey, Mastermind, Helga, Reporter, Store Clerk, Old Lady, Bratty Kid, Costumer [13]
2012–16 Littlest Pet Shop Blythe Baxter, Blythe Baxter (Young), Alice, Sally Hairspray, Blythe Baxter (Infant), Lemonface, Shea Butter, Hubble, Sheriff Blythe, Green Bean Fairy Queen, Baa Baa Lou, Claustrophobic Turtle, Farmer’s Market Sheep, Witness Snail, Mitzi, Seal, Fluffy Lightning, Red Songbird Hubble, Baa Baa Lou, others [13]
2013–2016 Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures Pinky, Spheria Suprema, Female Reporter [13]
2015 Lego Elves Emily, Aira, Mrs. Jones, Skyra [13]
2015–present Dinotrux Skya, Wrecka, Otto #2, Woodland Reptool #1, Numbers, Ankylodump, Dozeratops #1 (3), Ankylodump #2 (3), Ankylodump #2 (4), Dozeratops #2 (2) [13]
2015 Exchange Student Zero Charity, Peg [13]
2015–present The Deep Fontaine Nekton, Ted, Todd [13]
2016–2017 LoliRock Talia, Missy Robins, Belina, Lisa 2 seasons [18]
2016–present Ready Jet Go! Jet, Zerk, Jet 2, Face 9000’s Mother, Mitchell’s Mom, Man in the Moon, Customer #2, Generic Kid #2, Random Kid (1), Big Boss, Scientist #2, Random Kid (2) [19][13]
2016 Mack & Moxy Chuckle (Voice) Episode: Buckle, Buckle, Seatbelts and Chuckle [13]
2016–present Beat Bugs Jay, Mrs. Mudwasp, Teacher, School Kid, Mudwasp Kids, Mynah Bird #2, Skolly, Queen Bee, Bugette Also All Together Now [20][13]
2018–present The Hollow Mira [13]

Films[edit]

List of voice performances in direct-to-video and television films and specials
Year Title Role Notes Source
2005 Action Man: X Missions the Movie Operator Voice [13]
2006 The Barbie Diaries The DJ [13]
2006 Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses Hadley, Isla [13]
2007 Bratz Fashion Pixiez Sasha [13]
2007 Betsy Bubblegum’s Journey Through Yummi-Land Cara Caramel [13]
2008 Bratz Girlz Really Rock Kirstee [13]
2009 Barbie Presents: Thumbelina Violet [13]
2009 The Strawberry Shortcake Movie: Sky’s the Limit Plum Pudding, Berrykin #2 [13]
2010 Strawberry Shortcake: The Berryfest Princess Movie Plum Pudding, Berrykin #2 [13]
2010 Bratz: Pampered Pets Celia, Little Joanie [13]
2010 The Legend of Silk Boy Silk Boy [13]
2011 Thor: Tales of Asgard Additional Voices [21]
2012 Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2 Kylie Morgan, Reporter [13]
2012 Barbie: The Princess and the Popstar Popstar Keira [13]
2013 My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Applejack, Rainbow Dash Limited theatrical release [13]
2014 Heavenly Sword Kai Limited theatrical release [13]
2014 Barbie and the Secret Door Nori [13]
2014 My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rainbow Rocks Applejack, Rainbow Dash Limited theatrical release [13]
2015 My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Friendship Games Applejack, Rainbow Dash Limited theatrical release in Europe [13]
2016 My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Legend of Everfree Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Lyra Heartstrings available on Netflix beginning October 1, 2016 [13]
2017 My Little Pony: The Movie Applejack, Rainbow Dash Theatrical release [13]
2018 The Steam Engines of Oz Victoria [13]

Video games[edit]

List of performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source
2012 My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Applejack, Rainbow Dash
2013 LEGO City Undercover Ellie Phillips

Live-action[edit]

List of live-action acting performances in television and film
Year Title Role Notes Source
2014 A Brony Tale Herself Documentary [22]

Andrea Libman

Andrea Libman

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Andrea Libman
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Libman at the 2014 Fan Expo Canada
Born Andrea Eva Libman
July 19, 1984
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actress, voice actress, singer
Years active 1986–present
Website andrealibman.com

Andrea Eva Libman is a Canadian actress, voice actress, pianist, and singer, whose most popular on-screen appearances are in Little Women, Andre, and a guest role on The X-Files. She is also known for providing voice acting in various animated shows, most notably the characters of Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic-related works.

Career[edit]

Her best-known voice roles include Dragon Ball, Madeline (taking the role of the lead character from Tracey Lee Smyth in 1995 and holding on to it until My Fair Madeline in 2002, in which the role was passed on to Chantal Strand), the season three version of X-23 in X-Men: Evolution, young AndrAIa in ReBoot, Emmy in the PBS children’s animated series Dragon Tales and Isabelle in Finley the Fire Engine. Libman is currently voicing Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic; Cylindria in Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures; and Maya in Maya the Bee. She has found a large following of fans in the bronies, the teenage and adult fans of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.

She has appeared on camera in films and television shows including Highlander: The Series, Susie Q, The Lotus Eaters, and Lyddie.

Personal life[edit]

She stated on Twitter that although it is not her native language, she learned to read in French before English.[1] Libman owns a Golden Retriever named Mindy, according to her instagram account. She has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of British Columbia.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Live-action[edit]

Animation[edit]

Anime roles[edit]

Other[edit]

  • X-Play (game show) – Kanaren King

Video games[edit]

Chelsea Field

Chelsea Field

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Chelsea Field
Born Kimberly A. Botfield
(1957-05-27) May 27, 1957 (age 61)
Glendale, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1985–present
Spouse(s)
Scott Bakula (m. 2009)
Children 2

Chelsea Field (born May 27, 1957) is an American actress. She played Teela in the 1987 film adaptation of Masters of the Universe. Field started her career as a dancer with her first TV role on Airwolf. She appeared opposite her husband in several episodes of season four of NCIS: New Orleans.

Personal life[edit]

According to a Tyler ‘n Todd radio interview with Scott Bakula on December 14, 2010, he and Field have been together for “16 years, almost” but only married for “a year”. They have two sons together, Wil and Owen.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Commando Western Flight Attendant
1985 Perfect Randy
1987 Masters of the Universe Teela
1987 Prison Katherine Walker
1989 Skin Deep Amy McKenna
1989 Death Spa Darla
1991 Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man Virginia Slim
1991 The Last Boy Scout Sarah Hallenbeck [1]
1992 Dust Devil Wendy Robinson
1993 The Dark Half Annie Pangborn [2]
1993 Extreme Justice Kelly Daniels
1993 Snapdragon Det. Sgt. ‘Peck’ Peckham
1994 Andre Thalice Whitney
1994 A Passion to Kill Diana
1995 The Wrong Woman Margaret
1996 Flipper Cathy
1998 Wicked Karen Christianson
2001 The Unsaid Penny Hunter
2005 Sleeping Dogs Lie Maggie
2008 Just Add Water Jeanne

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 CBS Summer Playhouse Kelsey Baker “Barrington”
1988 A Year in the Life Karen “The Little Disturbance of Man”
1988 The Bronx Zoo Chris Barnes “The Long Grey Line”, “Truancy Blues”, “Behind Closed Doors”
1988 Thirtysomething Emily Burch “Undone”
1989 Nightingales Samantha ‘Sam’ Sullivan Main role
1989 Just Temporary Barbara TV film
1990 Capital News Cassy Swann Main role
1990 Murder C.O.D. Ellie TV film
1991 An Inconvenient Woman Camilla Ebury TV miniseries
1993 Hotel Room Diane Getting Rid of Robert
1993 Complex of Fear Michelle Dolan TV film
1993 Time Trax Eve Thorn “Two Beans in a Wheel”
1993 Dream On Allison “A Midsummer Night’s Dream On”
1993 Angel Falls[3] Rae Dawn Snow Main role
1994 The Birds II: Land’s End Mary Hocken TV film
1994 Royce Marnie Paymer TV film
1994 Texas Mattie TV miniseries
1994 Tales from the Crypt Simone ‘Gwen’ Bardou “The Assassin”
1995 Indictment: The McMartin Trial Christine Johnson TV film
1995 The Omen Annalisse Summer TV film
1996 The Bachelor’s Baby Jaimie Fletcher TV film
1998 Legacy Regine “Blood Relative”
1999 NetForce Megan Michaels TV film
2004 Cold Case Nicole Barnes “Glued”
2005 Without a Trace Deborah Stone “Manhunt”
2006 NCIS Jocelyn Wayne “Head Case”
2011 Borderline Murder Claire Morgan TV film
2011 Memphis Beat Megan Hargrove “The Things We Carry”
2016 Secrets and Lies Janice “The Daughter”
2017 NCIS: New Orleans Rita Devereaux “The Last Stand”, “Swift, Silent, Deadly”, “NOLA Confidential” , “Mirror, Mirror”