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This is a partial list of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic's crew, mainly artists. The list is divided into credited and uncredited persons. Persons are categorized by their earliest appearance on the latest credit sequence, and they are listed only once. Persons who are no longer listed on the credit sequence are still listed here. For a list of voice actresses and actors, see cast. For the comics' crew, see comics.


Voice performers

Tara Strong
Voices Twilight Sparkle
Ashleigh Ball
Voices Rainbow Dash and Applejack, lead singer of the band Hey Ocean.
Andrea Libman
Voices Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, and Pumpkin Cake
Tabitha St. Germain (credited as Tabitha St Germain in Just for Sidekicks)
Voices Rarity, Princess Luna/Nightmare Moon, Rarity's mother Cookie Crumbles, Photo Finish, Mrs. Cake, Granny Smith, Derpy, and Pound Cake
Cathy Weseluck
Voices Spike and Mayor Mare (uncredited for the latter in seasons one and two)
Nicole Oliver
Voices Princess Celestia and Cheerilee (uncredited for the latter)
Michelle Creber
Voices Apple Bloom
Madeleine Peters (credited as Madeliene Peters in season three)
Voices Scootaloo
Claire Corlett (credited as Clair Corlett in Just for Sidekicks)
Voices Sweetie Belle
Peter New
Voices Big McIntosh,[1] Jet Set,[2], Rarity's father Hondo Flanks, and Goldie Delicious, among other characters (uncredited in seasons one and two and for some in season three)
Kathleen Barr
Voices Trixie, Hoops, Queen Chrysalis, Foggy Fleece, and "Lucy". (uncredited for all but Trixie)
John de Lancie (credited as John Delancie in Games Ponies Play on DVD)
Voices Discord (uncredited in season two)
Doron Bell
Voices Trenderhoof
Ingrid Nilson
Voices Maud Pie


Shannon Chan-Kent
Voices Pinkie Pie
Rebecca Shoichet
Voices Twilight Sparkle
Michelle Creber
Voices Sweetie Belle (seasons 1-3)
Kazumi Evans
Voices Rarity, Princess Luna, Adagio Dazzle, and Octavia Melody


Charlotte Fullerton
Previously writing credits include The Super Hero Squad Show, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, and Kim Possible.
FiM writing credits: Look Before You Sleep, Suited For Success, A Bird in the Hoof, May the Best Pet Win!, Baby Cakes, and Power Ponies. Credited for story for Putting Your Hoof Down.
Amy Keating Rogers
Previously writing credits include The Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, The Fairly Oddparents, and Johnny Bravo,
FiM writing credits: The Ticket Master, Applebuck Season, Bridle Gossip, Fall Weather Friends, A Dog and Pony Show, The Best Night Ever, The Cutie Pox, The Last Roundup, A Friend in Deed, MMMystery on the Friendship Express, Pinkie Pride, Filli Vanilli, Testing Testing 1, 2, 3, Guitar Centered, Player Piano, Shake your Tail!, Perfect Day for Fun, and an upcoming episode with special guest star Lena Hall.
She's also written the book The Journal of the Two Sisters.[3]
M.A. Larson, aka Mitchell Aaron Larson
Previous writing credits include My Gym Partner's a Monkey, Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil, and Sym-Bionic Titan. Larson's agent was "worried and embarrassed" about using Larson's real name on My Little Pony.[4]
FiM writing credits: Swarm of the Century, Sonic Rainboom, The Cutie Mark Chronicles, The Return of Harmony Part 1, The Return of Harmony Part 2, Luna Eclipsed, Secret of My Excess, The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000, It's About Time, Ponyville Confidential, Magic Duel, Magical Mystery Cure, and one or more season five episodes.[5]
Meghan McCarthy
Little, Brown's My Little Pony Friendship is Magic official guidebook My Little Pony: The Elements of Harmony contains an introduction by Meghan McCarthy and Jayson Thiessen.[6] Previous positions include head writer for Class of 3000 and writer for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
FiM writing credits: Dragonshy, Call of the Cutie, Green Isn't Your Color, Party of One, Lesson Zero, Sweet and Elite, Hearts and Hooves Day, A Canterlot Wedding - Part 1, A Canterlot Wedding - Part 2, The Crystal Empire - Part 1, The Crystal Empire - Part 2, Princess Twilight Sparkle - Part 1, Princess Twilight Sparkle - Part 2, Power Ponies, Three's a Crowd, Inspiration Manifestation, Twilight's Kingdom - Part 1, and Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2.[7]
She also wrote both Equestria Girls movies.
Cindy Morrow
Previous writing credits include The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, and Chowder.
FiM writing credits: Griffon the Brush Off, Winter Wrap Up, The Show Stoppers, Owl's Well That Ends Well, Sisterhooves Social, Family Appreciation Day, Read It and Weep, Hurricane FluttershyOne Bad Apple, Apple Family Reunion, and Music to My Ears.
Dave Polsky
Previous writing credits include Scary Movie 2, The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show, Cedric the Entertainer Presents, Frank TV, The Buzz on Maggie, South Park, The Cramp Twins, and Sonic Boom.
FiM writing credits: Feeling Pinkie Keen, Over a BarrelToo Many Pinkie Pies, Keep Calm and Flutter On, Games Ponies Play, Daring Don't, Rarity Takes Manehattan, Twilight Time, For Whom the Sweetie Belle Toils, and Equestria Games. Credited for story for Spike at Your Service.
Chris Savino
Previous positions include producer on Dexter's Laboratory and various positions in The Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Johnny Test, Rocko's Modern Life, Ren and Stimpy, and Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil.
FiM writing credits: Boast Busters and Stare Master.
Merriwether Williams
Previous writing credits include Free for All, SpongeBob SquarePants, Camp Lazlo, and Adventure Time.
FiM writing credits: The Mysterious Mare Do Well, Hearth's Warming Eve, Putting Your Hoof Down, Dragon Quest, Wonderbolts Academy, Spike at Your Service, and Bats!.
Corey Powell
Previous writing credits include ToddWorld, The Land Before Time, Sid the Science Kid, Ni Hao Kai-lan, and Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train. She also served as executive producer on both The Adventures of Animal Rescue Kids and The New Adventures of Animal Rescue Kids from 1997 to 1999.
FiM writing credits: Sleepless in Ponyville, Just for Sidekicks, Rainbow Falls, and Inspiration Manifestation.
Teddy Antonio
FiM writing credits: Credited for story for Keep Calm and Flutter On.
Josh Haber
Previous writing credits for Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters.
FiM writing credits: Castle Mane-ia, Simple Ways, Leap of Faith, Hamstocalypse Now, and Pinkie on the One.
Ed Valentine
Previous writing credits include Sesame Street, Doc McStuffins, The Fairly OddParents and Ultimate Spider-Man.
FiM writing credits: Flight to the Finish and Three's a Crowd.
Betsy McGowen
Previous writing credits include Camp Lakebottom and Johnny Test.
FiM writing credits: Power Ponies.
Natasha Levinger
Previous writing credits include My Sexiest Mistake.
FiM writing credits: Pinkie Apple Pie, It Ain't Easy Being Breezies, and A Case for the Bass.
Scott Sonneborn
Previous writing credits include Beavis and Butt-head, Celebrity Deathmatch, Undergrads, Skunk Fu!, Generator Rex, Voltron Force, and Slugterra.
FiM writing credits: Somepony to Watch Over Me and Trade Ya.
Noelle Benvenuti
FiM writing credits: Maud Pie.
Nick Confalone
Previous writing credits include Johnny Test, Fish Hooks, and Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil.
FiM writing credits: Unnamed Pie family episode.
G.M. Berrow
Previous writing credits include the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic chapter books
FiM writing credits: TBA[10]
Joanna Lewis
Previous writing credits include The Fairly OddParents and T.U.F.F. Puppy.
FiM writing credits: TBA[11]
Kristine Songco
Previous writing credits include The Mighty B!, Fanboy and Chum Chum, and T.U.F.F. Puppy.
FiM writing credits: TBA[11]
  • Neal Dusedau
Previous writing credits include Fish Hooks and Johnny Test
FiM writing credits: TBA

Artists and other crew

Executive Producer

Lauren Faust


Sarah Wall
Wall was previously the producer of Martha Speaks.

Story Editor

Rob Renzetti
Renzetti is the creator of My Life as a Teenage Robot, and previously worked as director for Dexter's Laboratory and Family Guy. Also a story editor on the new Disney Channel cartoon, Gravity Falls.

Supervising Director

Jayson Thiessen
After working as director on season one, Thiessen assumed the role of showrunner for season two, which was previously filled by Faust. Little, Brown's My Little Pony Friendship is Magic official guidebook My Little Pony: The Elements of Harmony contains an introduction by Meghan McCarthy and Jayson Thiessen.[6] His previous positions include assistant director and co-director on Pucca. Credited for story for Pinkie Pride.


James Wootton
James "Wootie" Wootton is responsible for many of the Flash customizations used in the show's animation process.[14]
Ridd Sorensen
Jim Miller[15]


William Anderson

Main Title Theme and Songs

Daniel Ingram
My Little Pony Equestria Girls has a total of 6 songs by Daniel Ingram.
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks has a total of 11 credited songs by Daniel Ingram.

Storyboard Artists

Sabrina Alberghetti August 2011 pony sketches

"Pony doodles" by Alberghetti

Sabrina Alberghetti
Alberghetti is also a cover artist for IDW's My Little Pony: Micro-Series comic books.[16] Her previous positions include storyboard artist on Ed, Edd n Eddy, Pound Puppies, Kid Vs. Kat, Martha Speaks, as well as comic art for various Disney projects including Darkwing Duck.
Andy Bartlett
Francisco Avalos
Alex Basio
Sherann Johnson
Lih Liau
Jim Miller
Currently the co-director of season four. Jim Miller has also worked on My Little Pony Equestria Girls. He previously worked on Ed, Edd n Eddy.
Raven Molisee
Raven M. Molisee worked on seasons two and three and the DVD movie. She previously worked on Ed, Edd n Eddy, and has since worked on Steven Universe.
Kenny Park
Tom Sales
Jocelan Thiessen
Sam To
Scott Underwood
Nicole Wang
Mike West

Storyboard Revisionists

Marshall Fels Elliott
David Wiehe
Nabie-Ah Yousuf

Character Designers

Robin Mitchell
Mike Gilbert
Nicole Gauss
Kora Kosicka
Rebecca Dart

Prop Designer

Ted Wilson

Location Designers

Phil Caesar
Map of Equestria poster 2012-08

A poster designed by Phil Caesar

Dave Dunnet production sketch farm

A location designed by Dave Dunnet

Dave Dunnet

Development Artists

Martin Ansolabehere
Paul Rudish

Color Artists

Kellie deVries
Alexandra Jones

Cleanup Artists

Jared Bennett
John Beveridge
Chris Mizzoni
Kent Reimer
Jacqueline Robinson
Garnet Syberg-Olsen

VFX Designer

Gregory Roth

Offline Editors

Aaron Saunders
Ryan Vaugh

Online Editor

Tom Harris

Educational Consultant

Jordan Brown

Layout Supervisors

Brad Gibson
Joel Dickie
Michael Vatcher

Key Layout Artists

Brent Bouchard
Jason Campbell
Sean Covernton
Matthew Herring
Jason Horychun
Christopher Leinonen
Randy Santa Ana
Dana Smith
Mike Tisserand
Andy Tougas
Carlyle Wilson

Layout Artists

Tim Bennett
Lee Beer
William Bradford
Johnny Castuciano
Kuan-Fu Chen
Daniel Dinnendahl
Andrew Hogan
Chad Jones
Norm Kritsch
Dennis Levesque
Karen Poon
Jen Regan
James Richards
Kat Stenson
Wataro Uno
Allen Wu

Animation Directors

Denny Lu
Ishi Rudell
Thom McKenna
Tim Stuby

Animation Revisionists

Paul Johnson
Sebastian Lee
FANMADE Rainbow Dash desaturated Aidan McAteer showreel May 2011

From McAteer's showreel

Aidan McAteer
Edwin Poon

AFX Artists

Ben Galewitz
Jason Ross Belyea

Studio B Animators

Sarah Jargstorf
Marco Li
Sebastian Lee
Graeme MacDonald
Stephanie Mahoney
Erica Pitt animation segment S1E4

A scene animated by Erica Pitt

Erica Pitt
Richard Rose
Holly Giesbrecht (formerly Holly Suarez)
Steve Wedel
Jayron Zolfaghari

Production Manager

Angela Belyea

Design Coordinator

Kimberly Small

Storyboard Coordinator

Lesley Crawford

Char & BG Builds Coordinator

Jason Ross Belyea

Layout Coordinator

Alicia Camarta

Animation Coordinator

Chris Bevacqua

Post Production Coordinator

Kimberly Small

Production Accountant

Marjorie Artamia

Recording Engineer

Jason Fredrickson

Sound Editors

Todd Araki
Marcel Duperreault
Jason Fredrickson
Adam McGhie
Roger Monk, CAS

Re-Recording Mixers

Todd Araki
Marcel Duperreault

Foley Artists

Ian Mackie
Don Harrison

Foley Recordist

Rick Senechal

Animation Director

Lean Lagonera

Layout Supervisor

Chito Bernardo

Background Supervisor

Hubert Vitug

Production Management

Gemma Santos
Irene Breis
Issabelita Itum

Technical Staff

Alvin Sunga

Top Draw Animators

Jeannie Abille
Marko Alauig
Patrick Aguelles
Jeffrey Bolalin
Eric Buyser
Noriel Castillo
Crispin Castro
Veronica Dela Cruz
Zarah Fransisco
Wesley Go
Arnel Padios
Arnel Nollora
Ed Rosario
Clenth Sanchez
John Irving Prudenciano
Jann Elmer Tinio

Top Draw Animators

Aries Anonical
Christian Albino
John Breneis
Karen Dacallo
Ong Rey Firmalo
Gerry Guinto
Siegfred Liongson
Larry Lopez
Bryan Pabuhat
Peter Sison
Stanley Sison
Jenny Sy
Ryann Sy
Jeff Tenfilo
Romeo Timbang
Orville Vencer
John Martin Wong

Production Legal

Sarah Tarry

Production Finance

John Pyper

Digital Production Management

Mark Rocchio

Technical Support

Danyul Carmichael
Mark Lin
Zorion Terrell

Production Management

Mary Beth Bambridge
Kathryn Page

Production Legal

Kevin Healy
Michael Jaffa
Deborah Uluer
Brenda Cullen

Technical Operations

Bradford Keatts

Production Accounting

Shalonda Ware
Jason Zhang

Development & Creative Supervision

Linda M. Steiner
Brian Lenard

Production Executives

Robert Fewkes
Sophia Hussain

Executive Producer

Stephen Davis


Lynne Naylor
Character design: Princess Celestia[17]
Also worked on 80's Hanna-Barbera cartoons, Cow and Chicken, The Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, and Samurai Jack
Brian Drummond
Voice: Mr. Cake,[18] Dr. Hooves,[19] Sheriff Silverstar,[20] Doc Top,[21] Filthy Rich,[22] Ahuizotl, and others.
Trevor Devall
Voice: Hoity Toity, Fancy Pants, Iron Will,[23] Golden Gavel,[24] and the Pegasus/Cloudsdale film announcer.[25]
Maryke Hendrikse
Voice: Gilda
Vincent Tong
Voice: Garble, Prince Blueblood, Joe, Flash Sentry
Samuel Vincent
Voice: Flim, other characters
Jillinda Palmer
Music editor, episodes 1-14
Marc Perlman
Music editor, episodes 15-52
Kristopher Gee
Background music orchestration, additional music, episodes 1-52[26][27]
Kelly Davidson
Additional music composition, episodes 53-64[28] and 66-91, score orchestrations
Steffan Andrews
Songs orchestration[29]
David Corman
Guitars, mandolin,[30] bass, and drums: all songs
Paul Shatto (songs mixer)
Caleb Chan
Musical arrangements, musician (guitar, bass, fiddle, mandolin, others)

Other languages


Friendship is Magic (Seasons 1-4)

  • Dubbing Studio: SDI Media A/S Suomi
  • Dialogue direction: Kari Starck
  • Translation: Päivi Kangas, Erno Koskenmäki

Equestria Girls

  • Dubbing Studio: SDI Media A/S Suomi
  • Dialogue direction: Jukka Teittinen
  • Translation: Päivi Kangas

Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks

  • Dubbing Studio: SDI Media A/S Suomi
  • Dialogue direction: Tanja Teittinen
  • Vocal direction: Tanja Teittinen
  • Translation: Päivi Kangas
  • Song Translation: Päivi Kangas
  • Sound Engineer: Juha Laakso


Friendship is Magic

  • Dubbing Studio: SDI Media Belgium
  • Dialogue Direction: Nathalie Stas (season 1-2), David Macaluso (season 1-2), Marielle Ostrowski (season 1)
  • Translation/Adaptation:
    • Sesson 1: Soundastic, Alexandre Gilbert, Vanessa Leiritz
    • Season 2: Timecode, Sophie Servais
  • Sound engineer: Laure-Anne Laureysa (seasons 1-2), Christophe Bernard (season 2)
  • Producer: Céline Estier (seasons 1-2), Nicolas Potemberg

Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks

  • Dubbing Studio: SDI Media Belgium
  • Dialogue Direction: Nathalie Stas
  • Vocal Direction: Nathalie Stas
  • Dialogue Adaptation: Société Timecode
  • Song Adaptation: Société Timecode
  • Sound engineer: François Vincent
  • Producer: Céline Estier, Nicolas Potemberg


  • Dubbing studio: BTI Studio
  • Translation: Melinda Udvaros, Mariann Varga
  • Sound engineering: Miklos Szabo, Mark Blénessy
  • Direction: Eva Szalay
  • Producer: Tamas Sarodi


Friendship is Magic (Seasons 1-4)

  • Dubbing Studio: Logos srl (season 1), SDI Media Italy (season 2-present)
  • Dubbing direction: Paola della Pasqua
  • Adaptation: Felice Invernici (S02-S03), Claudio Ridolfo (S02), Luca Semeraro (S02), Laura Distretti (S02), Rossana Bassani (S03-S04), Antonella Marcora (S03-S04), Manuela Scaglione (S04)
  • Music director: Gianluca Sambataro
  • Songs adaptation: Marisa della Pasqua
  • Sound engineer: Dror Brezera de Melo (S02-S03), Valerio Polloni (S04)

Rainbow Rocks

  • Dubbing Studio: SDI Media Italy, Milano
  • Dubbing director: Paola della Pasqua
  • Dialogue adaptation: Marco Balbi
  • Songs adaptation: Marisa della Pasqua
  • Music director: Gianluca Sambataro
  • Sound engineers: Valerio Polloni, Dror Brezera de Melo



Noboru Yamada
Chiyo Andō


Makiko Henmi (episodes 1-18, 20-26)
Momoko Wani (episode 19)
Asako Satō (episodes 27-28, 30, 32-33, 35, 37-38, 41, 43, 45, 47, 51-52)
Chizuko Terao (episodes 29, 31, 34, 36, 39-40, 42, 44, 46, 48-50)


Hiroto Ishikawa

Singing Production

Yōichi Ichinose (episodes 2-3, 7, 12, 17-18, 21, 23, 25-26, 33, 39, 41, 43, 44, 51-52)

Vocal Editor

Jirō Takeda (episodes 2-3, 12, 17-18, 21, 23, 25-26, 33, 41, 43, 44, 51-52)

Lyrics Subtitling

Yasuko Ishida (episodes 11, 14, 35, 37)

Recording and Engineering

Masahito Takeda
Yoshimi Itagaki
Kazumi Kanaya (episodes 1-6)

Video Editor

Masataka Yoshimura (episodes 1-3)
Tsutomu Mutō (episodes 4-23)
Hideaki Tsuchiya (episodes 24 and onward)

Opening and Ending Video Editor

Ryōichi Kuratani

Production Manager

Manami Narita


Ryōichi Uchikoshi

Director ("Little Pony TV")

Kenta Hoshi (episodes 1-36)
Natsumi Watanabe (episodes 37 and onward)

Series Composition ("Little Pony TV")

Takahiro Nagano

Technical ("Little Pony TV")


Wardrobe ("Little Pony TV")

Chisato Honma (episodes 1-9)
Satomi Kamata (episodes 10 and onward)

Makeup ("Little Pony TV")

Rumi Gotō (episodes 1-9)
Reiko Kobayashi (episodes 10 and onward)

Line Producer ("Little Pony TV")

Shinichi Kawakami

AP ("Little Pony TV")

Kyōko Itō (episodes 1-18)
Shiho Yokoyama (episodes 19 and onward)

Assistant Producer

Rika Tone

Associate Producer

Kazuhiro Morita

Program Manager

Yōsuke Takabayashi (TV Tokyo) (episodes 1-45)
Miki Yamauchi (TV Tokyo) (episodes 46 and onward)

Program Marketing

Kazumi Noguchi (TV Tokyo) (episodes 1-28)
Yuko Inoue (TV Tokyo) (episodes 29-36)
Kei Ikenaga (TV Tokyo) (episodes 37 and onward)

Executive Producer

Manami Watanabe
Hideyuki Kachi


Rainbow Rocks

  • Dubbing studio: SDI Media A/S Norway
  • Dialogue translation: Håvard Hodne
  • Song translation: Håvard Hodne, Fredrik Armand Borgen
  • Sound engineer: Åsgeir Knudsen


Friendship is Magic (Seasons 1-3)

(whenever episode number is used, refer to episodes page and use the number in parenthesis)
Dubbing request: MiniMini (season 1)/MiniMini+ (seasons 2-3)
Dubbing studio: MASTER FILM
Dubbing director: Agata Gawrońska-Bauman

  • Magdalena Dwojak (eps. 1-2, 4, 10, 12, 17, 19-22, 29-33, 36, 38, 41-43, 48-50, 53-58, 61-62, 65)
  • Karolina Anna Kowalska (eps. 3, 5-9, 11, 13-16, 18, 23-26, 37, 39-40, 44-47, 59-60, 63-64)
  • Anna Hausner (eps. 27-28, 34-35, 51-52)

Sound engineer:

  • Jacek Osławski (eps. 1-15, 22-65)
  • Elżbieta Mikuś (eps. 16-21)


  • Jacek Osławski (eps. 1-15, 22-65)
  • Jan Graboś (eps. 16-21)

Producer: Katarzyna Fijałkowska
Songs translators:

  • Andrzej Brzeski
  • Janusz Onufrowicz (seasons 2 and 3)

Music director: Piotr Gogol

Equestria Girls 1

Dubbing studio: SDI Media Polska
Dubbing director: Joanna Węgrzynowska-Cybińska
Production coordination: Ewa Krawczyk
Translator: Ewa Mart

Friendship is Magic (Season 4)

Dubbing request: Hasbro
Dubbing studio: SDI Media Polska
Dubbing director: Joanna Węgrzynowska-Cybińska
Production coordination: Ewa Krawczyk
Translator: Małgorzata Kochańska, Ewa Mart
Songs translation:

  • Renata Wojnarowska, Michał Wojnarowski (first half of season 4)
  • Zofia Jaworowska (second half of season 4)

Music director: Juliusz Kamil

Rainbow Rocks

Dubbing request: Hasbro
Dubbing studio: SDI Media Polska
Dubbing director: Joanna Węgrzynowska-Cybińska
Production coordination: Ewa Krawczyk
Translator: Ewa Mart
Songs translation: Marek Robaczewski
Music director: Juliusz Kamil
Sound: Zbigniew Wróblewski, Szymon Orfin, Renata Wojnarowska, Adam Łonicki, Elżbieta Pruśniewska, Aleksandra Pająk, Jakub Jęczmionka, Rafał Wiszowaty

Portuguese (Brazil)

  • Dubbing Studio:
  • Centauro Comunicaciones (Season 1)
  • TV Group (Seasons 2, 3 and 4 and My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks)
  • CBS (My Little Pony Equestria Girls)
  • Director:
  • Lene Bastos (dialogues) / Nil Bernardes (songs) [Season 1]
  • Vagner Fagundes (dialogues) / Cidalia Castro (songs) [Season 2]
  • Cidalia Castro (songs) [Season 3]
  • Tatiane Keplmair and Fábio Lucindo (dialogues)/ Cidalia Castro (songs) [Season 4]
  • Kate Kelly Ricci (dialogues) / Nil Bernardes (songs) [My Little Pony Equestria Girls]
  • Adriana Pissardini and Fábio Lucindo (dialogues) / Cidalia Castro (songs) [My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks]
  • Dialogue translation:
  • Elaine Pagano (season 1)
  • Andreia de Andrade (Rainbow Rocks)
  • Production and sound mixing:
  • SDI Media Polska (all episodes and movies)


Friendship is Magic

Starting in mid-2012, all the episodes that use the regular credits music have the Romanian dub credits from the first episode
Dubbing studio:

  • Zone Studio Oradea (season 1)
  • Studiourile BTI (season 2)


  • Bogdan Piticariu
  • Flavia Dulca

Dubbing director:

  • Lucia Rogoz
  • Gabriela Codrea

Spanish (Europe)

  • Dubbing direction: Joaquin Gomez (season 1), Ana Orra (season 2)
  • Translation: Gloria Drudis (season 1)
  • Dubbing Studio: Deluxe 103 (season 1), SDI Media Spain (season 2-present)

Spanish (Latin America)


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