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Michelle Creber  |  Gabriel C. Brown (Black Gryph0n)  |  Monique Creber  |  Michael Creber
Nathanel Brown (Baasik)  |  Zanna Nicole Brown  |  Naomi Brown  |  Susie Brown  |  Raymond Brown


MICHELLE CREBER is an award-winning actor, singer, dancer, musician, song-writer and voiceover artist who is known around the world as the speaking/singing voice of “Apple Bloom” and the singing voice for "Sweetie Belle" on the hit animated series, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. 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/LMN), 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 & movies. Recent singing features include the theme song for NBCs Nina’s World, a new originals album release with Gabriel Brown entitled Getting Stronger and a duet with Billy Joel for the movie Just the Way You Are.

GABRIEL BROWN (aka Black Gryph0n) is a singer, actor, musician, song-writer, animator and voiceover artist who recently voiced lead roles on Geronimo Stilton and for Becky the Loon in Pixar’s Finding Dory. At the age of 18, Gabe joined the US Navy and was training as a SEAL when he broke his femur in a sky diving accident. He switched to the Navy’s music department and spent three years touring the Eastern Hemisphere as lead singer for the 7th Fleet Band Orient Express. He was awarded three Achievement Medals, singing authentically in 12 languages for millions of people. Now separated with an honourable discharge, and with an extensive following around the world (including over 100,000 Youtube subscribers), Gabe continues to sing on stage and in the studio. Notable credits include vocals for the hit animated TV series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Littlest Pet Shop, the theme song lead vocals for Pac-Man & the Ghostly Adventures, a hit CD, Immortal, with his brother Baasik and a new originals album with Michelle Creber, entitled Getting Stronger. Gabe is also a talented animator (e.g. the “licious” series), photographer and graphic designer whose artwork is featured on many items in this store.

MONIQUE CREBER is a versatile and engaging performer who possesses a rich alto singing voice that the Vancouver Province described as “eerily similar to that of the late, great Karen Carpenter”. On stage, Monique performs in a wide variety of concerts and musical theatre productions; in addition to being the featured guest singer with Canadian & American symphony orchestras. In the studio, Monique has sung for several TV series (e.g. My Little Pony, Friendship Is Magic, Martha Speaks, George of the Jungle and The Collector); backup vocals on many albums (including a Chickenfoot with Sammy Hagar and Joe Satriani); and lead vocals on albums such as At Home (a CreberBrown acoustic-styled collaboration with Andrea Libman), A Creber Christmas, and her own original, All For You. Monique also stays busy as an artist manager, producer, writer, arranger, teacher, career consultant and musical director (e.g. Wizard of Oz, Joseph, Sound of Music, Hairspray, Grease and FAME.) As an educator, Monique has owned a 500-student music school; trained teachers from all over the world; and taught vocal, piano & musical theatre programs in schools. She currently conducts the Cypress Singers choir in addition to coaching singers and actors for on-camera, stage or voiceover roles.

MICHAEL CREBER is a Grammy-nominated and Juno Award-winning artist who was dubbed “a cross between Floyd Cramer and Thelonius Monk” by one LA reviewer. As one of the West Coast’s most sought-after musicians, Michael pursues a wide-ranging career as a pianist, film composer, arranger and producer; embracing many genres of music such as jazz, Latin, R&B, rock, pop, musical theatre, country, folk and classical. He has performed as a featured guest with many symphony orchestras across North America and has recorded and toured internationally with k.d. lang (including performances on Saturday Night Live, the Grammy Awards, Arsenio Hall, Vicki Gabereau, Austin City Limits and six appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson), the Irish Rovers (including 36 television specials) and world-renowned family entertainer Raffi (including performances on Broadway and at President Clinton’s first inauguration); he also co-produced and co-wrote Raffi's 1994 hit CD, Bananaphone. Other luminaries Michael has worked with include Martin Short, Joan Rivers, Bob Newhart, Regis Philbin, The Rankin Sisters, Shirley Bassey, Powder Blues, Charlotte Diamond, Charo, Jim Byrnes, Dee Daniels, Valdy, Lee Aaron and David Foster. Michael has released three albums of original music: Brand New Smile, Dancers of the Spheres and Smooth Sailing. 

NATHANAEL BROWN (aka Baasik) is an independent producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who also works for the US Navy as a hydrographer. He is most widely known for his collaboration album IMmortal; written and recorded with his brother Gabriel and featuring Zero Gravity with Michelle.