Nicole Lyn Oliver
February 22, 1970
|Alma mater|| York University |
Royal Roads University
|Known for||Princess Celestia and Cheerilee in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic |
Zoe Trent in Littlest Pet Shop
Nicole Lyn Oliver (born February 22, 1970) is a Canadian actress. She is best known for her roles as Princess Celestia and Cheerilee in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magicand Zoe Trent in Littlest Pet Shop .
Oliver was born in Ottawa, Ontario. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University, a Masters degree in Communication from Royal Roads University, and additional training by Jeremy Irons from the British American Drama Academy.
A prominent member of the Union of BC Performers, Oliver served on its executive board (2002–2005), chaired several committees, and continues to be part of the negotiation team during collective bargaining. In 2017, she was nominated for the Best Voice Award by UBCP ACTRA.
Oliver is married to film composer Chris Ainscough. They live in Vancouver with their two sons. She has stated on her Twitter account that she has battled depression.
Richard Ian Cox is a Welsh-Canadian actor, comedian and online radio host. He is best known for his voice work for English language dubs of anime, mainly for InuYasha. Richard gained prominence for playing the character of Henry Dailey's teenaged traveller and horse rider, Alec Ramsay, in The Family Channel's Adventures of the Black Stallion during the early 1990s. Cox also gained fame for voicing Ian Kelley, the title character in the animated series Being Ian and for voicing Scattershot, one of the Autobots in the CGI-Animated series Transformers: Cybertron. In 2015, he provided the voice of Lofty in the American dubbed version of the 2015 reboot of the British children's animated television series Bob the Builder taking over from both Sonya Leite and Emma Tate. He had a prominent live action role alongside Robin Williams in the 2006 comedy RV. He maintains an active online presence on Tumblr and Twitter as well as Facebook. He hosts his own podcast called The Show.
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