• The CMC's Super Parents Power Up for Everfree Northwest!


    The news about the CMC being at EFNW is just getting better and better as EFNW tonight announces the attendance of their parents as well: Ian James Corlett, Brian Drummond, and Monique and Michael Creber!

    Known for all their work outside the fandom (and within of course), this group promises to add even more zest to an already impressive lineup!

    Curious to learn about their roles in FiM and elsewhere? Check out the presser after the break!


    Combining their spirit energy, the CMC's have summoned their most powerful pals! Their first friends! Their super parents! That's right, we're OVER 9000% cooler with our new guests: Ian James Corlett, Brian Drummond, Monique Creber, and Michael Creber - And this isn't even our final form! Other powerful announcements are coming up! Will there be enough friendship? Find out at Everfree Northwest!

    Ian James Corlett is a Canadian animation voice actor, screenwriter, television producer and musician. He is also the creator of Studio B Productions' animated series Being Ian and Yvon of the Yukon.
    In the late 1980's, in addition to programming some drum tracks and helping with computer sequences on Queensr├┐che's album Operation: Mindcrime, Ian began lending his voice to several animated series produced and/or dubbed in Vancouver area. Some of his notable voice roles include the title character of the Mega Man TV show, Cheetor in Beast Wars: Transformers, Glitch-Bob in ReBoot, and Andy Larkin in What's with Andy? For a time, he played the starring role of Goku in Funimation/Saban's original dub of Dragon Ball Z.
    Corlett has also lent his voice to lesser known DIC Entertainment shows such as Super Duper Sumos and Sonic Underground. He also voiced Mr. Cramp in The Cramp Twins. In Salty's Lighthouse he played Ten Cents, O.J., Zip, Zebedee and Lord Stinker. Coincidentally, Ian voiced Dr. Wily in DIC's video-game oriented cartoon Captain N: The Game Master and would later voice his nemesis, Mega Man, in the Ruby-Spears cartoon adaptation of the games. He will also provide the voice of Sly Cooper in the upcoming film of the same name.
    He currently lives in Vancouver with his wife and two children, Phillip and Claire Corlett. Both children have worked on the animated series Dinosaur Train, as well as My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.

    Brian Drummond has provided character voices in at least 80 different shows and 38 different movies. His work on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic credits 27 different characters, and we're not just talking incidentals! Brian provides the voice for mainstays such as Carrot Cake and Sheriff Silverstar, as well as memorable villains and friends like Ahuizotl, Double Diamond, and Seabreeze.

    Brian is well-known for his role as Vegeta, Yajirobe, and Vegito in the Ocean Studios English dub of the anime series Dragon Ball Z.  Whether he's playing the part of an impassive warrior (Andrew Waltfeld), or a kind-hearted father-figure (Reverend Malchio), his range is pretty impressive. Lately, he has voiced the characters of the cowardly Yuna Roma Seiran in Mobile Suit Gundam as well as Ryuk in Death Note. Brian's talent has also landed him prominent roles in various anime such as Renkotsu in InuYasha, and Zechs Merquise in Gundam Wing. But even with that impressive list of credits, he's particularly thrilled to be passing along his many years of acting experience to his children, Aidan, Ashlyn and Brynna Drummond.

    Monique Creber is based in Vancouver, Canada and has a multi-faceted career in the entertainment industry. As a singer, Monique is an engaging performer with a rich alto voice that has been described as “eerily similar to that of the late, great Karen Carpenter” (The Province). Studio/TV vocal credits include My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Smile Song, Hearth Carol & Super Speedy Cider Squeezy in addition to conducting the choir on At the Gala), Martha Speaks, George of the Jungle and The Collector. Monique has produced songs for commercials, audiobooks, two Hallmark movies and many albums including Michelle Creber’s Timeless (featuring The Living Tombstone, Daniel Ingram and MandoPony), At Home (the Crebers, Andrea Libman & Gabriel Brown), A Creber Christmas and her own original CD, All For You. Performance highlights include appearances as a featured vocalist with Canadian and American symphonies, on numerous TV and radio shows and as an anthem singer at NHL games. In theatre, Monique’s musical director credits include The Wizard of Oz, Joseph, The Sound of Music and Grease. Acting credits include “Marmee” in Little Women and “Mrs. Greer” in Annie. Monique has taught vocals, piano and musical theatre extensively, including running her own music school for thirty years. Currently, she divides her time between the studio, stage and set; managing her own work in addition to the busy careers of her daughter Michelle (voice of Apple Bloom), Gabriel Brown (Black Gryph0n) and Natalie Sharp. Monique also coaches singers, actors and voice actors in person and via Skype. www.moniquecreber.com

    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 Vancouver’s top musicians, Michael pursues a wide-ranging career as a pianist, composer, arranger and producer; embracing many genres of music including jazz, Latin, R&B, rock, pop, musical theatre, country, folk and classical. He has recorded and toured internationally with k.d. lang (including performances on Saturday Night Live, the Grammy Awards, Arsenio Hall, Super Dave, The Smothers Brothers, 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 US President Clinton’s first inauguration). Michael also co-wrote and co-produced Raffi's Bananaphone which has gone on to become a cult classic! In addition to recording, performing and touring with his daughter Michelle and wife Monique, Michael has worked with Martin Short, Joan Rivers, Bob Newhart, Regis Philbin, The Rankin Family, Shirley Bassey, Powder Blues, John Sebastian, Roger Miller, Charo and David Foster. As a film and TV composer, Michael’s projects include Very Bad Men, Vanity Insanity, True Pulp Murder and Adventures in Parenting. Other career highlights include performances with symphony orchestras across North America, jazz festivals around the world and a recent episode of the TV show Bates Motel. Michael has recorded three albums of original music: Brand New Smile, Dancers of the Spheres and The Michael Creber Trio’s Smooth Sailing. www.michaelcreber.com

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