Interview requests note:
As much as I love my bronies and tiny Pony fans, I'm sorry that I can't respond to interview requests re My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. If you have a legitimate request best to go through my agent.
Accept no Substitutes!
Let's clear some stuff up: Neither Wikipedia nor IMDB get their information from me and it isn't accurate. But it IS funny.
I'm not gonna correct all the do-do, because life is short, but this I will say, I only ever did the first episode or so of Ed Edd and Eddy and its' likely I was edited out. Dunno. Nazz was subsequently played by the brilliant Erin Fitzgerald. Or, as I like to call her, Ella Fitzjella.
I do not nor would not ever have an account with WAYN although they email me incessantly. There are impostors on many sites flinging my name about including someone being me on Facebook, some gaming sites and this thing called PINTEREST-A whole page of someone else claiming to be me. SME-LLY! I ain't pinterested at pall. This is the only home I maintain on the internet aside from Twitter. Everything else is someone makin' stuff up!
The information age is awesome!
MORE THAN ANYONE REALLY NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT TABITHA
In the lull between the Goode Olde Days and Dog Day afternoon, there was a collection of cells in someone's pants. It was quiet.
Born between Outer Mongolia and Cape Cod via an unlikely genetic collision, Tabitha has lived in Lesotho, Swaziland, and rural Nova Scotia.
Tabitha traveled widely as a kidlet, virtually vaulting through Europe and Africa on a flying suitcase. There's your romantic version-- the reality is more like: Xmas Eve, delayed at Heathrow:
Have a bit of sausage roll, dear. I've chopped it up with my nail file, I'm sure there's enough for all of us. What? Nail dust? Rubbish... Where? Oh… Well… One persons nail dust is another’s perfectly good protein. Tuck in!
Tabitha has been working in the cartoon industry in Vancouver since 1998. She's done a bit of the old thea-tah, and won a few little awards.- the hunks of tortured metal they give little Canadian actorettes when they are not smacking them on the nose with rolled up newspapers.
Tabbers has graced the odd (and I do mean odd) live-action TV show with her full embodied self, but mostly she is known for toons and anime.
She loves dictionaries, she's a wonderful gardener and a truly awful painter. There is a fairly strong chance she will become one of those crazy cat ladies with mis-matched knee-highs and bits of vicar buried under her prize roses.
She is larger than a breadbox but smaller than the average flat-screen TV.
And here, by the brilliant and barmy Antony C.-- is my bio in video:
I'm not paranoid. But I do sometimes I feel like I'm being watched.