Stevie Vallance

Three time Emmy Nominee, One-time Emmy Award Winner, Animation Voice Director (Madeline, 02), Stevie Vallance, stresses the importance of character development above all. "An animation voice actor must be multi-voiced with a repertoire of original, juicy, vibrant 3-Dimensional characters that lift the picture off the page."

With the trend in visual / audio production moving rapidly towards ANIMATION and commercial voice over (multimedia games, web sites, digital broadcasting), Stevie's 'fall-on-your-butt' techniques prove that making brilliant creative choices comes from 'heart and soul' and that the 'mistakes' are what give birth to the brilliance that will land YOU the part. Her FUN, fast-paced style makes Stevie one of Canada's most sought-after teachers.

Stevie earned the moniker 'Cartoon Queen' for her prolific work infusing life and personality into characters on thousands of animated productions including 'Mouse' on Reboot, 'Spydra' on Inspector Gadget, 'Share Bear' on the Carebear movies, 'Dixie' on Donkey Kong Country, 'Natsuko Fuji' on Inuyasha, 'Gnat' on Creepie and 'Tigrerra' on Bakugan. In 2002, she received an EMMY Award for directing the dialogue and music for the beloved Disney classic, MADELINE, for which she also portrayed the voices of 'Miss Clavel' and 'Genevive'. Stevie served as Voice Director on Teletoon's hit show Best Ed, while voice producing 2007 Emmy Nominee Growing Up Creepie. Having just returned from Los Angeles where she cast and directed Young Dr. Dolittle, an animated feature staring Tom Kenney (Sponge Bob).

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