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Melendy Britt - She-Ra

Panel Time: 
1pm Saturday 6th March with Alan Oppenheimer

Panel days and times are subejct to change. Please check closer to event for up to date information.

This guest is a VIRTUAL GUEST and will not physically be present at the event but will be beaming in from overseas and onto the event Main Stage screens to directly interact with attendees.

Each guest present will ONLY be doing one, one hour panel at each event listed, so check this page closer to the event for exact appearance days and time.

Guest attends virtually subject to work and filming schedule.

Melendy Britt is an actress whose career has covered the gamut of acting from her beginning in theatre, then to television, film and voice over. She began her professional career in Texas at 13 performing in a live show for children, then when she was 15, was chosen to co-host a live dance party TV show for teens each Saturday in Houston. She went on to do voice over promos for radio stations and was dubbed “The girl with the Velvet Voice”.

While acting and hosting in those jobs, she was also performing as an actress in theatre productions. She was given an apprenticeship at the renowned Alley Theatre and worked with many fine actors of the day as company ingenue. She then was chosen to be company ingenue at the Playhouse Theatre in Texas, got rave reviews for her performances in musicals, and toured with many of the well-known Hollywood film actors in classic plays of the day. She then was chosen to star in a musical revue premiering in Las Vegas and worked there, until she was again discovered by a Los Angeles agent who asked to represent her in Los Angeles.

Melendy moved to Los Angeles to begin acting in theatre, films such as the iconic Hal Ashby film “Being There” and television - appearing and guest starring in over 40 shows such as Cheers, Taxi, and Gilmore Girls, while doing voice over and on - camera commercials for clients and products such as L’Oreal, NBC, ABC, CBS, and ultimately doing what she found to be truly rewarding aside from raising her family—animation.

Anyone who was growing up in the 80’s will remember her from many cartoon series such as “The New Adventures of Batman” playing both Batgirl, Barbara Gordon and Catwoman, with character roles in “Transformers”, and many other animation series.

But it was the most important female animation series of her voice over career— “She Ra, Princess of Power” in which she was the voice of “She Ra”, that remains in the hearts of generations. Her portrayal of She Ra is the She Ra that everyone knows and loves as the original iconic and classic She Ra.

She also voiced many other beloved characters in the show including Catra, Castaspella, Mermista, and Adora. She continues to do voice overs for commercials and video games such as Fallout 4 and Dishonored 2 and loves meeting the fans of the characters she’s played.

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