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Michelle Creber
Michelle Creber 2013 profile
Creber in 2013
Full name Michelle Nicole Creber
Sex Female
Birthdate September 7, 1999 (age 17)
Occupation Voice actress, singer
Voice roles Apple Bloom
Sweetie Belle (singing, seasons 1-3)
High Winds (S6E7)
Website http://michellecreber.com/

Michelle Creber is a voice actress and singer in My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. Her most prominent roles in the series are as Apple Bloom and the singing voice of Sweetie Belle in the show's first three seasons.

Creber initially became involved with Friendship is Magic through her agent and auditioned for each of the seven main characters.[1] After the Cutie Mark Crusaders were conceptualized, Creber auditioned for Sweetie Belle and was cast as her singing voice as well as Apple Bloom.[2]

For her role as Apple Bloom, Creber won the 2014 Joey Award for "Young Actress in a Voice Over Role"[3] and the 2015 Joey Award for "Best Female Voiceover Performance Age 12-17 Years".[4][5]

Outside My Little Pony, Creber's professional credits include voicing Lucy van Pelt in Peanuts Motion Comics, Teri and Michelle in Dinosaur Train, Lucinda in The Adventures of Artie the Ant, Alice in Martha Speaks, and Wendy Darling in The New Adventures of Peter Pan.

Among Creber's live-action credits are The Search for Santa Paws and guest roles in Supernatural, Eureka, and R. L. Stine's The Haunting Hour.

Creber is also a professional singer and stage actress, having performed in theater productions of A Christmas Carol, Annie, Grease, The Sound of Music, and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. She has frequently collaborated and toured with brony musician Gabriel Brown.

She is the daughter of musician Michael Creber, best known for co-writing the song "Bananaphone" with children's singer-songwriter Raffi.

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  1. Everfree Network (2011-11-21). EverFree Radio Episode 4 - Michelle Creber: Interview with a Crusader. YouTube. Retrieved on 2015 August 9.
  2. Everfree Network (2011-11-21). EverFree Radio Episode 4 - Michelle Creber: Interview with a Crusader. YouTube. Retrieved on 2015 August 9.
  3. 2014 NOMINATIONS & WINNERS. The Joey Awards. Retrieved on 2016 February 29.
  4. 2015 NOMINATIONS & WINNERS. The Joey Awards. Retrieved on 2016 February 29.
  5. Calpain (2015-11-15). Michelle Creber Takes Home Second Joey Award. Equestria Daily. Retrieved on 2016 February 29.

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