Bryn McAuley

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Bryn McAuley
Bryn McAuley by Robin Cimitruk.JPG
McAuley in 2014
Born June 6, 1989 (1989-06-06) (age 28)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Voice actress, actress, singer
Years active 1997–present

Bryn Lauren McAuley (born June 6, 1989) is a Canadian voice actress, actress, and singer. She is best known for playing Caillou on the television series of the same name, Anne Shirley on Anne of Green Gables, Gina Lash in Angela Anaconda, Skye Blue in Carl², Becky Lopez in George Shrinks, Harriet in Franklin, Laney Penn in Grojband, Suzi in Camp Lakebottom, Eleanor Sterne in The Day My Butt Went Psycho, Quills in Numb Chucks, Amy and Samey in Total Drama, Taylor in Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race, and Mavis Dracula in Hotel Transylvania: The Series.

Personal life[edit]

McAuley began acting as a child, initially onscreen in various Canadian feature films, alongside other young Canadian actors Michael Cera and Allison Pill.[1]

She lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. McAuley graduated from Vaughan Road Academy alongside other performers like Drake and Sarah Gadon. In 2010, she co-founded the Young Emerging Actors Assembly, YEAA, with Eli Goree. YEAA is the youth committee at ACTRA Toronto, representing actors who play 17-30 in Toronto. McAuley went to Ryerson University from 2011-2015.[2]


Her acting career began when she was invited to try out for some roles when she was four, after an unexpectedly brilliant performance she was accepted into an agency and began to land several roles. However, she established her role as a voice actor after landing the role of Caillou in 1997. She has since received several other prominent roles such as Gina Lash on Angela Anaconda, Becky Lopez on George Shrinks and Laney Penn on Grojband. She has stated that two of her favourite roles are Quills in Numb Chucks and twin cheerleaders Amy and Samey in Total Drama: Pahkitew Island.[3]

In February 2013, McAuley performed in a hit play called Claire from the Bus, written and directed by Kjartan Hewitt.

McAuley voices Mavis in the animated fantasy TV show Hotel Transylvania: The Series on Disney Channel.


Year Title Role Notes
1997–2000 Caillou Caillou (voice) Lead Role
1998 The Sleep Room Marsha Farmer
1998 Provocateur (film) Audrey Finn
1998 Earthquake in New York Carla Rykker Credited as Bryan McAuley
1998 Fatal Affair Daisy Meddox
1999 What Katy Did Joanna Carr TV movie
2000 For Better or for Worse April Patterson (voice)
2000–2001 Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series Anne Shirley (voice) Lead Role
1999–2002 Toad Patrol Oyster (voice) Series Regular
2000–2003 George Shrinks Becky Lopez (voice) Recurring Role
1999–2002 Angela Anaconda Gina Lash (voice) Lead Role
2002–2005 Girlstuff/Boystuff Hanna (voice) Lead Role
2005–2008 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs Sam (voice) Supporting Role
2000 Franklin and the Green Knight: The Movie Harriet (voice) Supporting Role, but uncredited for some reason
2000–2012 Franklin Harriet (voice) Series Regular
2001 Franklin's Magic Christmas Harriet (voice) Lead Role
2003 Back To School with Franklin Harriet (voice) Lead Role
2006 Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure Harriet (voice) Supporting Role
2003 Medabots: Spirits Erika Amazake (voice) Main Role
2005–2011 Carl² Skye Blue (voice) Lead Role
2007–2009 Charlie's Orchestra
2008–2009 Wunderkind Little Amadeus Nannerl/Pumperl (voice) Main Role
2008–2009 Poppets Town Patty (voice) Main Role
2009 Cyberchase Petra the Hedgehopper (voice) Episode: Spellbound
2009 6teen Kylie Smylie (voice) Episode: Kylie Smylie
2009 Toot and Puddle Lily (voice) 8 episodes
2009 Pearlie Twinkle (voice)
2009–2010 The Dating Guy Celia/Shari/Mallory (voice) Recurring Role
2010 Aaron Stone Carrie Episodes: Sparks and Damage Control
2010–2011 Arthur Capri de Vapida (voice) Episodes: Pet Projects and All the Rage
2011 Justin Time Princess (voice) Episode; Marcello's Meatballs
2011 Almost Naked Animals
2011 Really Me Andrea 1 episode
2011–2013 Crash Canyon Roxy Wendall (voice) Main Role
2012–2013 Skatoony Goldie Pops (voice) Episodes: Stop the Pop and Pop Video
2012 Stoked Caroline (voice) Episode: Browatch
2012 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Princess Lottachoca (voice) Episode: The Last Chocolate
2012 Murdoch Mysteries Minnie Duggan Episode: Stroll on the Wild Side (Part 2)
2013 Teenage Fairytale Dropouts Golden Locks/Miss Muffett (voice) Minor Role
2013 Oh No! It's An Alien Invasion Dash (voice) Guest Role (3 episodes)
2013 Beyblade: Shogun Steel
Beyblade: Metal Fusion
Ren (voice)
2013 Mudpit Serena/Siren (voice) Episode: Siren Song
2013-2015 Grojband Laney Penn, Larry Nepp (voice) Lead Role
2013–present Camp Lakebottom Suzi (voice) Series Regular & Secondary Antagonist
Nominated – ACTRA Award for Outstanding performance - Voice (2017)[4]
2013 Played Marla Episode: Hitman
2014–present Numb Chucks Quills (voice) Lead Role
2014 Saving Hope Leslie Crane Guest Star (Episode: Broken Hearts)
2014 Jihad Giglo Finoa
2014 Exquisite Paris
2014 Total Drama: Pahkitew Island Amy/Samey (voice) Amy (4 episodes), Samey (5 episodes)
2014 The Day My Butt Went Psycho! Eleanor Sterne (voice) Lead Role
2014 Daisy, A Hen into the Wild Young Willie/Chirpie (voice) Lead Role & Supporting Role
2015 Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race Taylor (voice) Supporting Role, 10 Episodes
2016 Fangbone! Cid (voice) Supporting Role, 5 Episodes
2017–present Hotel Transylvania: The Series Mavis (voice) Lead role


  1. ^ "Bryn McAuley - Bryn McAuley's Official Website". Retrieved 16 April 2017. 
  2. ^ "". Retrieved 16 April 2017. 
  3. ^ "Bryn McAuley - The Image Interview". Retrieved 16 April 2017. 
  4. ^ "2017 ACTRA Awards in Toronto Nominees | ACTRA Toronto". Retrieved 28 February 2017. 

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