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|Born||April 22, 1985|
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
Kristin Fairlie (born April 22, 1985) is a Canadian actress. In 1998 she won a Young Artist Award for Best Ensemble for her lead role in the Showtime original movie The Sweetest Gift. As a voice actress, Fairlie has voiced the roles of the title character in Little Bear, Bridgette in Total Drama, Carrie in Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race, and Emma in Stoked.
Fairlie made her feature film debut in The Scarlet Letter. In 1999 she was among the winners of the Youth in Film Awards for Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Made-for-Video: Young Ensemble for her role in the Showtime television film The Sweetest Gift. Since then she appeared in the film The Virgin Suicides.
Fairlie voiced the main character of Nicole on the cartoon series Madeline. Since then she has lent her voice to many cartoons but she is best known as the voice of Little Bear in the animated series Little Bear and The Little Bear Movie. She starred as young Babar in the animated Feature film Babar: King of the Elephants, and appeared on the film's soundtrack. She is the voice of Bridgette on Total Drama, Emma on Stoked and Carrie in Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race. Fairlie joined the cast of the Cartoon Network/Teletoon animated series Detentionaire. Other cartoons include Skyland, The Dating Guy, 6teen, Pearlie, Skatoony and Peg + Cat.
Fairlie has made guest appearances on TV series like Heartland, Murdoch Mysteries, The Eleventh Hour, and Goosebumps. Her guest-starring role on the series Flashpoint was noted by Kate Taylor of The Globe and Mail as "a chillingly convincing performance as a teenage bully". Fairlie appeared on the teen series renegadepress.com, and following the end of the series, she joined the cast of Nickelodeon’s Instant Star to play Megan, the villain of the final season.
Fairlie starred in the Made for television film Gracie's Choice opposite Kristen Bell, Anne Heche and Diane Ladd. Fairlie later appeared in the award-winning indie comedy You Might as Well Live as untalented pop singer Stormy Blaze – her performance of Stormy's first single garnered her a mention by Variety's Dennis Harvey: "though the soundtrack standout (duly reprised under closing credits) is "Stormy Blaze," aka the sister’s hilariously heinous debut single." In 2011 Fairlie appears in a cameo in the indie comedy Moonpoint, and in the Julia Roberts produced film Jesus Henry Christ.
|1993||Candles, Snow and Mistletoe|
|1995||The Scarlet Letter||Faith Stonehall|
|1999||Babar: King of the Elephants||Young Babar||Voice role|
|1999||The Virgin Suicides||Amy Schraff|
|2001||The Little Bear Movie||Little Bear||Voice role|
|2006||Repo! The Genetic Opera||Shilo Wallace||Short film|
|2009||You Might as Well Live||Veronica Mutt / Stormy Blaze|
|1993||Madeline||Nicole||Voice role; recurring role|
|1994||Against Their Will: Women in Prison||Abby||TV movie|
|1995||The Silence of Adultery||TV movie|
|1995–1996||Road to Avonlea||Becky Lester||Recurring role; 10 episodes|
|1995–2003||Little Bear||Little Bear||Voice role; lead role; 65 episodes|
|1996||Goosebumps||Regina||Episode: "Go Eat Worms"|
|1996||Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal||Clara Preston||Episode: "UFO Duplication/Clara's Friend"|
|1997||The Defenders: Payback||Chris||TV movie|
|1998||The Sweetest Gift||Kate Martin||TV movie|
|1999||Vanished Without a Trace||Sarah||TV movie|
|1999||Wind at My Back||Ruby Trammel||Episodes: "The Crystal Skull", "The Strap"|
|2000||Redwall||Auma||Voice role (season 2)|
|2001||A Mother's Fight for Justice||Allie Stone||TV movie|
|2001||Within These Walls||Emily||TV movie|
|2003||Do or Die||Fatima||TV movie|
|2003||Wild Card||Sorority Pledge||Episode: "Hell Week"|
|2004||Gracie's Choice||Rose Carlton||TV movie|
|2004–2005||Train 48||Jesse||2 episodes|
|2005||The Dive from Clausen's Pier||Jamie||TV movie|
|2006||Renegadepress.com||Charlotte||Episodes: "The Retrospective", "The Dance"|
|2007||Total Drama Island||Bridgette||Voice role; main role; 21 episodes|
|2008||Murdoch Mysteries||Petunia||Episode: "Power"|
|2008||6teen||Joanie||Voice role; episode: "Opposites Attack"|
|2008||Instant Star||Megan||5 episodes|
|2008||Flashpoint||Brianna||Episode: "Attention Shoppers"|
|2009–2010||Total Drama Action||Bridgette / Kelsey||Voice role; recurring role; 9 episodes|
|2009||Heartland||Tara||Episode: "Do or Die"|
|2009–2013||Stoked||Emma||Voice role; main role; 52 episodes|
|2009||The Dating Guy||Mandy (voice)||Episode: "Bonnie & Mark"|
|2010–2011||Total Drama World Tour||Bridgette||Voice role; recurring role; 10 episodes|
|2010–2013||Skatoony||Bridgette / Princess Nebula||Voice role; recurring role|
|2012||Total Drama: Revenge of the Island||Bridgette||Voice role; 1 episode|
|2013–present||Peg + Cat||Juliet Capulet||Voice role|
|2013||Teenage Fairytale Dropouts||Trixie / Kelsi / Cally||Voice role|
|2015||Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race||Carrie||Voice role; main role; 25 episodes|
|2018||Total DramaRama||Bridgette||Voice Role|
- "The 20th Annual Youth in Film Awards". Young Artist Awards. Archived from the original on November 28, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2017.
- Tim Brooks; Earle Marsh (October 2003). "Madeline (Cartoon)". The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946–Present (Eighth ed.). Ballantine Books. p. 719.
- Vincent Terrace (November 6, 2008). "5614 Madeline". Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010, 2d ed. 2. McFarland & Company, Inc. p. 638.
- Kate Taylor (August 21, 2008). "Flashpoint is packed with wit, depth ... and clichés". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved March 24, 2017.
...and last week's Kristin Fairlie, in a chillingly convincing performance as a teenage bully.
- Dennis Harvey (September 10, 2009). "Review: 'You Might as Well Live'". Variety. Retrieved March 26, 2017.
The resulting uproar chases the hapless hero from the house of his bedridden mom and aspiring-songbird sister (Kristin Fairlie) ...though the soundtrack standout (duly reprised under closing credits) is "Stormy Blaze," aka the sister’s hilariously heinous debut single.