MICHELLE CREBER started working in voiceover at the age of five, and landed her first major role (“Lucy” in Peanuts for Warner Bros.) at the age of seven. She is known around the world as the speaking/singing voice of “Apple Bloom” and the singing voice for “Sweetie Belle” on the hit animated TV series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Other key credits include “Alice” in Martha Speaks (PBS Kids); “Wendy” in The New Adventures of Peter Pan (Discovery Family); “Teri” and “Michelle” in Dinosaur Train (PBS); and “Lucinda” in The Adventures of Artie the Ant (Chasing Pictures / APTN).
Michelle reprised her role as Apple Bloom in two My Little Pony: Equestria Girls films. In 2014, she won the Joey Award for “Best Young Actress in a Voiceover Role” and in 2015, the Joey Award for “Best Female Voiceover Performance Age 12-17 Years”. In 2011, she won Best Vocal Performance by a Child at the Behind the Voice Actors Awards.
More notable credits include:
Lead in Tooth and Tail (video game): Pocket Watch / Power Up Audio
“Julie Winters” in Circa 1948 (interactive app): National Film Board
“Katie” in The Secret of Zhu (video): BLT Productions / Universal
“Jake” in Adventures of Little Jake (series): Monkey Ink Media / APTN
With a speciality in singing for animation, Michelle’s lead singing features include the theme song for NBC’s Nina’s World; multiple songs on Nintendo’s popular franchise Yo-Kai Watch & Netflix’s Johnny Test; singing for Alice on Martha Speaks; several songs during nine seasons of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic along with three Hasbro My Little Pony albums.
Michelle is also a popular guest at animation conventions all around the world. She has made over 40 trips and appearances throughout North America and Europe since 2012. She has also made Skype appearances for events in Russia, Malaysia, Czech Republic and Japan.
Since 2018, Michelle has been a voiceover coach at the renowned Biz Studios in downtown Vancouver. Teaching both one-on-one and in large class settings, she has worked with countless students spanning all age groups and skill levels.