Tabitha is an experienced voice actress, performer and professional force of nature.
Originally starting out in stage plays and musicals, Tabitha has left her unique mark on many, many shows since. MLP fans know her in her shining roles as the voice of Rarity, Princess Luna and Granny Smith, but she regularly brings other characters in Equestria to life – Who could forget performances like Golden Harvest, Princess Flurry Heart and the Gravy Boat?
When she’s not working for a top secret group of space ninja assasins or gardening, Tabitha has a colorful life even without tiny horses – Every role she’s been involved in would be too numerous to list, but examples include Pepper Clark from Littlest Pet Shop, Nokoma from the Bionicle specials, Pashmina from Hamtaro and many, many more. More recently, she’s been featured in videogames such as Dragalia Lost and Thimbleweed Park.
Fun fact: There is a strong chance Tabitha will become a crazy cat lady at some point in her life. Or is she already?
Let’s be honest: It is frankly impossible to describe Tabitha adequately in an announcement text. If you ask me, this would need to be a 12 page long avantgarde poem to get close. Rest assured, you will not regret meeting her in person at GalaCon, and until then, say hi on Twitter!
As a writer and author, Gillian M. Berrow made her entrance to Friendship is Magic with “Twilight Sparkle and the Crystal Heart Spell”, the first in a now long running series of 23 (and counting) official chapter books! Particularly adventurous mare Daring Do got her creative treatment, resulting in the Daring Do Collection novels. Writing everyone’s favorite ponies was right up Gillian’s alley and she applied with her ideas for the show itself, which brought fans great episodes such as “The One Where Pinkie Pie Knows”, “Daring Done?” and the recent “The Point of No Return”. Gillian is a busy bee and didn’t stop there – She has also authored over 30 Equestria Girls web shorts and the Celestia series “Fundamentals of Magic”.
Outside the realm of colorful ponies, her credits include production assistance on shows such as “The Good Wife” and “Law & Order”, ghostwriting children’s and young adults’ novels for shows such as “Glee”, and last but definitely not least writing for Lauren Faust’s recently debuted TV show “DC Superhero Girls”.
G.M. will be more than happy to share her passion for writing, creativity and more at GalaCon, and we hope you’ll welcome her with the enthusiasm of a certain Book Princess!
Until you can meet her in person, why not stop by her Twitter?
Andrea Libman is a Canadian voice actress and has a performing history for more than 20 years.
In My Little Pony she voices the two main characters Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy for which she has received the Union of BC Performers Award for Best Voice twice!
Additionally, she covers various other characters like Sweetie Drops and Fleetfoot.
Alongside My little Pony, she has had roles in animated series like Madeline as Madeline, Maya in Maya the bee and Katya in Super Monster but also roles such as Bramble in Ducktales or Emmy in DragonTales.
Recently she also was involved in Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures as the voice of Lemon Meringue, Princess Berrykin and more.
Andrea teaches and plays the piano and enjoys running, skiing and snowboarding, as also yoga and volunteer work. She holds her Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of British Columbia.
Vincent Tong is a 38-year-old Canadian actor and voice actor, with his first contact with My Little Pony being auditions for Prince Blueblood and Garble. Over time he started to voice well known characters such as Flash Sentry in the Equestria Girls movies and Sandbar with the beginning of season 8. With my little pony he had also his singing debut on the album “It’s a Pony Kind of Christmas”.
Aside from My Little Pony Vincent Tong has been involved in different types of filmography such as film, anime and animation.
Notable voice roles include Touta Matsuda in “Death Note”, Aki Light / Mega Man in “Mega Man Fully Charged” and roles in “Lego Ninjago” as Kai, Lizaru, Chokun & Ray.
Vincent Tong graduated from Canadian College of Performing Arts and has a background in musical theatre with famous productions like Mamma Mia! And La Cage aux Folles in Vancouver.