Tabitha St. Germain

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Tabitha St. Germain
Tabitha St Germain BC 2014.jpg
Germain at BronyCon 2014
Born October 30
Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Residence Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Other names Paulina Gillis[1]
Kitanou St. Germain
Occupation Actress, singer, voice artist, comedian
Years active 1985–present
Notable work(s) My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
Ed, Edd n Eddy
Martha Speaks
Littlest Pet Shop

Tabitha St. Germain (born October 30[2]), formerly known as Paulina Gillis,[1] is a Canadian actress, singer, voice artist, and comedienne. Tabitha is known for a variety of roles across many different shows.


Germain has made the transition from stage work to voice work and has since become one of the core female voice actresses working in Vancouver.[citation needed]

Awards and nominations[edit]

As Paulina Gillis, she won a Dora Award in 1995 for her performance in Assassins, the Stephen Sondheim musical.[3]


Web productions[edit]

Live-action films[edit]

Western animation[edit]

as Tabitha St. Germain[edit]

as Paulina Gillis[edit]


Live-action television[edit]

Video game roles[edit]


  1. ^ a b Damian Inwood. "Pi Theatre, Independent Vancouver Theatre >> The Baroness and the Pig". Retrieved October 30, 2011. That’s what Vancouver actresses Diane Brown and Tabitha St. Germain do with the delightful black comedy, The Baroness and the Pig. (...) St. Germain – better known to Vancouver audiences as Paulina Gillis – plays the Baroness as a naïve gentlewoman, full of prissy mannerisms and twittering, bird-like movements. 
  2. ^ "Andrea Libman on Twitter: "Happy Birthday to a beauty on the inside and out @StTabitha". October 30, 2014. Retrieved December 20, 2014. 
  3. ^ Vit Wagner (June 27, 1995). "Music to the ears Tommy & Assassins whistle up five Dora Awards apiece". Toronto Star. Retrieved 29 January 2011. 
  4. ^!/goldenrusset/status/160781538429116416
  5. ^ Vincent Terrace (2009). Encyclopedia of television shows, 1925 through 2007, Volume 1. p. 34. Retrieved 29 January 2011. 

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