Aspen Miller

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Aspen Vincent
Birth name Aspen Miller
Genres Rock, pop
Occupation(s) Singer, voice actor

Aspen Vincent (née Aspen Miller) is an American Broadway actress, voice actress and pop singer.

She played the role of Dodie Bishop in Nickelodeon's Emmy-nominated As Told by Ginger, she also performed the role of Baby Alice in the Rugrats episode 'Hurricane Alice', was the voice of Amanda Payne in the pilot for Constant Payne, and has done voice-over work for several CD-ROM games including three different characters for Everquest II.[citation needed]

Vincent sang the National Anthem for the L.A. Lakers, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, and the San Diego Chargers and performed in an a cappella group called Groove 66 at Disney California Adventure Park.[citation needed]

Early in her professional career she was a regular in the recording studio, recording jingles and commercials, as well as providing singing voices for Disney characters for their touring productions.[citation needed] Aspen spent 2004-2005 in Las Vegas, performing nightly at the Paris Las Vegas as the female lead "Scaramouche" in the rock musical We Will Rock You, where she met her future husband, Tony Vincent, a singer and stage actor.[citation needed]

From October 2006 through October 2007, she toured with Meat Loaf as his duet partner and backup vocalist on his "Seize the Night tour",[1] singing such hits as "I'd Do Anything for Love" and "Paradise by the Dashboard Light". She performed with him at the John Labatt Center, London, Ontario for the "3 Bats Live" concert DVD, and is featured on the documentary DVD "In Search of Paradise".

Aspen also toured with the cast of Dirty Dancing in America with her husband Tony.[citation needed]

Aspen was a swing in the Broadway production of American Idiot, a show featuring songs of the popular band Green Day.[citation needed]

Aspen gave birth to her and Tony's daughter, Sadie Day, on April 3, 2012.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Interview w Aspen Miller lead female vocalist Meat Loaf. Thursday 5 pm, Sweden Rock Festival, 2007 [1]

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