Michelle Creber

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Michelle Creber
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Michelle Creber at the Joey Awards - Best Voice Actor "Apple Bloom"(Vancouver 2015)
Michelle Nicole Creber

(1999-09-07) September 7, 1999 (age 19)
OccupationActress, singer, dancer, voice actress, musician, song-writer
Years active2008–present
Known forApple Bloom and Sweetie Belle’s singing voice (until 2013) in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
Parent(s)Monique Creber (mother)
Michael Creber (father)

Michelle Nicole Creber (born September 7, 1999) is a Canadian actress, singer, dancer, musician, song-writer and voice actress who is known around the world as the speaking/singing voice of Apple Bloom (and the singing voice of Sweetie Belle until 2013) in the TV series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.[1]


She was born to jazz pianist/producer Michael Creber, and vocalist/producer Monique Creber. Michelle first appeared on stage with her parents at the age of one and has performed in several movies, TV shows, musicals and animation series since.

Other notable voiceover credits include "Lucy" in Peanuts (Warner Bros) "Alice" in Martha Speaks (PBS Kids) and "Wendy" in the New Adventures of Peter Pan. Notable onscreen credits include "Kelly" in the gritty Western series Strange Empire (CBC/Netflix), Supernatural (CW), Smart Cookies (Hallmark), Killer Among Us (Lifetime), The Haunting Hour (The Hub), Eureka (NBC) and The Search For Santa Paws (Disney). Michelle has also performed extensively in the theatre world with many lead roles, including twice in the title role of Annie and "Dorothy" in The Wizard of Oz. A professional singer since the age of 4, Michelle has recorded lead vocals on over a dozen albums in addition to the soundtracks for many TV shows and movies. On August 28, 2012, Creber released her first solo CD entitled Timeless: Songs of a Century. On December 1, 2012, she followed up the release with A Creber Christmas, featuring her entire family and popular musicians of the brony community. The album At Home (an acoustic collection of covers and originals featuring Michelle, her parents, Gabriel Brown, and Andrea Libman) was released in November 2014. The summer of 2015 saw the release of Tribute: Celebrating the Music of Michael Jackson, featuring Michelle and Gabriel Brown (aka Black Gryph0n). On May 1, 2016, she released Getting Stronger, an album of originals with Gabriel Brown. Other recent singing features include lead vocals for the theme song of NBCs Nina’s World and a duet with Billy Joel for the TV movie soundtrack of Just the Way You Are.

[2] She frequently contributes to the brony community showing up to several brony conventions across the United States (and also the BUCKcon at Manchester, UK, in 2013, Galacon at Ludwigsburg, Germany, in 2015 and 2017, PonyCongress at Elbląg, Poland, in 2016[3]) and Project SeaPonyCon at Bangkok, Thailand, in 2017 and having her own Internet radio show, Saturday Night Songs, on the defunct brony media network "Everfree Network".[4]


Michelle Creber performing at BronyCon (Baltimore, MD, 2016)
Michelle Creber performing in the musical FAME (Vancouver, BC, 2016)
Michelle Creber at the Leo Awards (Vancouver, BC, 2015)
Michelle Creber and Black Gryph0n signing autographs at Galacon (Germany, 2015)
Michelle Creber and The Living Tombstone on stage at BUCK convention (Manchester, UK, 2013)
Michelle Creber performing Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (Seattle, WA, 2013)
Michelle Creber and her father Michael Creber (right) performing at the Everfree NW Convention (Seattle, WA, 2013)


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Peanuts Motion Comics Lucy
2009 The Adventures of Little Jake and Many Skies Little Jake
2010–present My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Apple Bloom, Sweetie Belle (singing voice until 2013)
2010 Dinosaur Train Teri, Michelle
2011 Barbie: A Perfect Christmas Chelsea Motion Capture
2012–2013 Martha Speaks Alice Boxwood (Season 4)
2012–present The New Adventures of Peter Pan Wendy Darling
2013 My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Apple Bloom Uncredited
2014 Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks Apple Bloom (minor)
2016 Tooth and Tail Nomads of the North lizards Video game
2017 My Little Pony: The Movie Apple Bloom

Live action[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 The Search for Santa Paws Taylor
Daydream Nation Girl
Supernatural Hilary Season 6, Episode 11: "Appointment in Samarra"
Eureka Radical Raccoon Teammate
2011–2014 R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour Amelia (episode: Dreamcatcher)
Jacquelyn (episode: Spores)
Nominated - Joey Award for Best Actress in Guest Starring Role (2015)
2011 Christmas Lodge Charlene
2012 Killer Among Us Ellie Won - Joey Award for Young Actress in a Made For TV Supporting Role (2014)
Smart Cookies Mattie
2012–present Saturday Night Songs Herself (only on the Everfree Network)
2013–present Speedy and Stretch Various (on the Everfree Network and YouTube) Nominated - Joey Award for Young Actress in a Lead role in a Web based series (2014)
2014 Patterson's Wager Otter Won - Oregon Independent Film Festival: Best Supporting Actress (2015)

Nominated - Joey Award for Best Actress in a Feature Film Supporting Role (2015)

BlackGryph0n's 50,000 Subscriber Special Herself (Video)
#TweetIt: Featuring My Little Pony Staff and Bronies Herself (Music Video)
2014–2015 Strange Empire Kelly Nominated – Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series[5] (2015)

Nominated – Joey Award for Best Actress in a TV Drama Leading Role[6] (2015)

2016 Date With Love Bree



  • Timeless: Songs of a Century (2012)
  • A Creber Christmas (2012)
  • At Home (2014)
  • Tribute: Celebrating the Music of Michael Jackson (2015)
  • Getting Stronger (2016)
  • On Display (2018)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Michelle Creber IMDb". Retrieved September 4, 2012.
  2. ^ YouTube: Twas The Night (Ft. Mic The Microphone + Michelle Creber): "I got to finally work with the ever talented Andrew Stein, AKA Mando Pony, to produce this for the Creber's Christmas Album (Which you can pick up by clicking one of the links below)"
  3. ^ https://ponycongress.eu/index.php/news/8
  4. ^ Saturday Night Songs. Saturdaynightsongs.everfree.net. Retrieved on March 20, 2013.
  5. ^ "2015 nominees" (PDF). leoawards.com. Retrieved 15 November 2016.
  6. ^ "Joey Awards". www.joeyawards.com. Retrieved 15 November 2016.
  7. ^ "Speedy & Stretch - Episode #6 (Michelle Creber & Natalie Sharp)". YouTube.

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