BronyCon Classes Up Baltimare With Tabitha St. Germain


Fun fact: Did you know Tabitha St. Germain did the voice of Smarty Pants? Yeah, neither did we. You can ask in person if she did, just to clear the record, if you’re attending BronyCon this year because she’s confirmed as a guest! Head below the break to check out all that’s hot to trot with this voice actor.

BronyCon Classes Up Baltimare with Tabitha St. Germain

(Baltimore, Md.)—BronyCon will be more sophisticated as it brings the voice talent behind Rarity, Tabitha St. Germain, to the Baltimore Convention Center for its event this Summer.

In addition to the fabulous “mane six” character Rarity, St. Germain  also lends her  voice talent to Princess Luna, Granny Smith and other minor characters.

Beyond “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic,” St. Germain provided voice to many other animated-TV series such as “Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch,” “Littlest Pet Shop,” “Slugterra” and many TV  incarnations of Barbie. St. Germain, no stranger to the My Little Pony brand, also voiced many pre-generation-four characters, including Scootaloo, Twinkle Wish, Minty, Thistle Whistle and Wysteria.

To learn more about guests appearing at BronyCon, visit the guest page. Don’t be the last to hear these announcements and make sure you are following BronyCon on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.

About BronyCon: Based in Baltimore, Md., BronyCon is the premiere convention for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fans of all ages. Last year’s event drew more than 8,400 attendees from all seven continents.This year’s event, scheduled for Aug. 1-3, 2014 at the Baltimore Convention Center, is expected to trump that figure. The convention features special guests, diverse programming, and a multi-night music festival. For more information, check out

Be on the lookout for additional exciting announcements in the coming weeks.

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