MICHELLE CREBER is a multi-talented performer who works as a singer, actor, dancer and voiceover artist in Vancouver, Canada. The child of professional performers – Dad is a pianist/composer/arranger/producer and Mom is a singer/actor/director/producer – Michelle first joined her parents onstage at age one, and has never looked back. Now aged 12, she has appeared on concert stages ranging from Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre to the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, and her vocals have been compared to those of a young Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin and Nikki Yanovsky. She released her debut album, Timeless: Songs of a Century in August 2012; A Creber Christmas, a family holiday album on which she collaborated with her parents Monique and Michael, launches in December 2012.
Michelle’s screen credits include guest star appearances on The Haunting Hour (The Hub/Teletoon) and Supernatural (The CW Network), a principal role on sci-fi series Eureka (NBC), and acting, singing and dancing as “Taylor” in The Search For Santa Paws (Disney). As a motion capture actor, Michelle also played the role of “Chelsea” in Holiday Barbie (Mattel). Most recently, she filmed the roles of "Mattie" in Smart Cookies (release date: Aug. 18, 2012 on the Hallmark Channel) and "Ellie" in A Killer Among Us, both for Front Street Picture (release date: September 2012 on Lifetime).
Michelle has been active as a voiceover artist since she was 7 years old, and her credits include the speaking and singing voice of Apple Bloom and the singing voice of Sweetie Belle in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (The Hub/Treehouse), Lucy in Peanuts Motion Picture Comics (in which she was cast after an extensive North American search), "Alice" in Martha Speaks (PBS Kids) and guest characters on Dinosaur Train (Jim Henson/PBS). Michelle has also recorded many vocal solos, narration and a variety of character voices for an extensive video and audio book collection produced in Japan for the purpose of teaching children English.
Michelle is a featured singer on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and her solo vocals can also be heard on The Magic of Christmas CD (with The Rankin Family & The Nylons), the soundtrack for The Search For Santa Paws (Disney) and PBS Kids’ Martha Speaks. She has also recorded background vocals for Kristen Chenoweth’s album What A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas (Sony Music).
A true triple threat, Michelle’s musical theatre credits include “Dorothy” in The Wizard of Oz (Footlight Theatre, 2011), two acclaimed performances of the title role in Annie (Theatre Under the Stars – 2009 E.V. Young Award, and Gateway Theatre – 2010), “Brigitta” in The Sound of Music (Footlight Theatre 2010), and “Tiny Tim" in A Christmas Carol (Footlight Theatre, 2008).
Michelle is also a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who enjoys playing piano, drums and guitar. She has an enthusiastic and active fan following on Facebook and YouTube, and looks forward to many exciting new projects in 2013 and beyond.