Nov. 10th, 1984
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Brittney Irvin was born on November 10th, 1984 in Vancouver, BC Canada. She began dancing ballet when she was 6 years old and shortly after started taking music more seriously and began singing in festivals. She decided she wanted to start acting too. When she turned ten she claimed roles on two musicals, "Show Boat" and "A Christmas Carol". Shortly thereafter she did voice work in the television series "Nilus the Sandman". She also did several commercials in between.
Not too long after these accomplishments, Brittney starred in two TV movies in 1996, Panic in the Skies! (1996) (TV) and _Angel of Pennsylvania Avenue (1996)_. Before landing a her two-year role on the 1998-99 series "Little Men" (1998), Brittney did guest roles on shows such as "Sleepwalkers", "Night Man", and "The Outer Limits". After a guest role on "Stargate SG-1", Brittney made the TV movie Angels in the Infield (2000) (TV).
After this, Brittney's career has taken off, her having done many other TV movies and guest appearances since then, including "So Weird" where she met her good friend Alexz Johnson. Brittney's most recent roles include the MTV movie Wasted (2002) (TV), and guest roles on "Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!", "Beyond Belief" and "The Outer Limits" (again). Brittney is also an accomplished singer and voice-over artist (she's done countless voice-overs for many TV series including "Sabrina The Teenage Witch" and "Madeline").
- She is generally called "Britt" by her friends and co-stars and co-workers at The Ocean Group. She has also typically been credited as "Britt Irvin" almost exclusively rather than "Brittney Irvin" in most of her Film and Television work work since 2003. However, she is still sometimes billed as "Brittney Irvin" in some of her voice work for anime and cartoons.
- Is a fan of 'Edward Norton (I)' (qv) and 'Jodie Foster' (qv).
- Has one younger brother, Craig.
- Was briefly classmates with 'Jewel Staite' (qv) during grade school.
- Has worked with at least three people who were in "The Santa Clause" trilogy starring Tim Allen. She worked with Judge Reihnold in "National Lampoon's Holiday Reunion", Wendy Crewson in "Jack", and Fred Ewanuick (who plays a small role in The Santa Clause 2) in "Absolute Zero.".
- Frequently works with 'Andrew Airlie' (qv) and 'Tabitha St. Germain' (qv).
- Is the only person ever to voice a character in a cartoon series remake that had been previously voiced by 'June Foray' (qv) in the original series. She provides the voice of Ursula in the new George of the Jungle (2007) series on the Cartoon Network, a character which had previously been voiced by Foray in the 1960s.
- Is of distant relation of 'Dan Rather' (qv).
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