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Tabitha St. Germain

Voice Actress
Vancouver, BC Canada

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Tabitha St. Germain, also sometimes credited as Paulina Gillis, has had a wide range of roles in both western animation and the dubbing of anime.

She is known for playing Rarity, Princess Luna/Knightmare Moon, Granny Smith, 'Derpy Hooves' and many others in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic; she has also given her voice to Nazz in Ed Edd and Eddy and a wide range of Barbie movie characters.

In the world of anime, she has voiced a variety characters in the Gundam franchise, including Flay Allster, Hilda Harken, and Birdy (Torii) in Gundam: SEED and Gundam: SEED Destiny and Soma Peries/Marie Parfacy in Gundam 00 as well as lending her voice to the iconic Haro mascot robots in both of these dubs. Outside of Gundam, she has voiced Naomi Misora from Death Note and Shana of Shakugan no Shana.



Convention Guest Appearances:
   Everfree Northwest 2012 - August 17-19 in Seattle, WA
   Anime Evolution: Akimatsuri 2012 - November 3-4 in Burnaby, BC
   Anime Vegas 2012 - November 10-12 in Las Vegas, NV
   Las Pegasus Unicon 2013 - February 22-24 in Las Vegas, NV
   Comicpalooza 2013 - May 24-26 in Houston, TX
   BronyCAN 2013 - August 24-25 in Richmond, BC
   Otafest Aurora 2013 - November 30 in Calgary, AB
   BABSCon 2014 - April 18-20 in Burlingame, CA
   BronyCon 2014 - August 1-3 in Baltimore, MD
   FanExpo Canada 2014 - August 28-31 in Toronto, ON
   Nightmare Nights 2014 - October 24-26 in Addison, TX
   Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo 2014 - October 31 - November 2 in Los Angeles, CA
   Everfree Northwest 2015 - May 29-31 in Seattle, WA
   MLP-MSP 2015 - June 12-14 in Bloomington, MN
   Equestria LA 2015 - September 4-6 in Anaheim, CA
   Ponycon 2016 - February 13-15 in Brooklyn Heights, NY
   Midwest Brony Fest 2016 - May 27-29 in Kansas City, MO
   BronyCon 2016 - July 8-10 in Baltimore, MD
18 guest appearances

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