Britt Irvin Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth,Music, Movies And Tv Shows


Britt Irvin Biography

Britt Irvin was born as Brittney Elizabeth Irvin on November 10, 1984, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, and raised in Surrey, British Columbia. She is a Canadian actress and singer.  In 1996 Brittney starred in two TV movies, Panic in the Skies (1996) and The Angel of Pennsylvania Avenue (1996).

Before landing her two-year role in the 1998-99 series Little Men (1998), Britt Irvin did guest roles on shows such as Sleepwalkers (1997), NightMan (1997), and The Outer Limits (1995). After a guest role on Stargate SG-1 (1997), Brittney made the TV movie The Wonderful World of Disney: Angels in the Infield (2000).

When she was six years old she started ballet lessons, started singing in festivals, and decided to start acting. When she turned 10 she claimed roles in two musicals, “Show Boat” and “A Christmas Carol.” Shortly thereafter she did voice work in the television series Nilus the Sandman (1996) and several commercials.

Britt Irvin Age

Britt Irvin is 34 years as of 2019. Born November 10, 1984.

Britt Irvin Height

Britt Irvin is 5′ 4″ (163 cm).

Britt Irvin Husband

Britt Irvin is currently unmarried.

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Britt Irvin Career

Brittney’s career has taken off since then; she has done many TV movies and guest appearances. In 2000 Irvin acted in So Weird. In 2002 Irvin played a red-wine-loving kleptomaniac named Amy in the MTV movie Wasted and played a role in The Outer Limits again in 2003, the same year she appeared in National Lampoon’s Thanksgiving Family Reunion with Judge Reinhold and Penelope Ann Miller. Also, in 2003, she portrayed the late Dana Plato in the NBC TV movie Diff’rent Strokes: The Unauthorized Biography.

Britt Irvin played the single teenage mother Paige Leckie in the fourth season of Edgemont in 2004 but left the series after just one season in order to fulfill other commitments. Also in 2004, she played “Maggie” in the movie Jack.

Her works have included the 2005 film Reefer Madness which is based on the 2003 musical, (though she only appeared in one scene), the 2005 TV movie Absolute Zero with Jeff Fahey and Erika Eleniak, the 2007 film Hot Rod starring Andy Samberg, and her recent appearance playing the love interest of Kevin Zegers’ character in Normal, which was also released in 2007.

She is named in the special thanks credits of Louis Belanger’s 2009 film The Timekeeper, which premiered in Canada at the Vancouver International Film Festival and in the United States at the Brooklyn International Film Festival. Britt Irvin had appeared in a scene as a character named Nicole Granger, which was ultimately cut from the film.

Irvin is also an accomplished singer and voice-over artist. Britt Irvin voice-over credits include TV series: Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Madeline, Bratz and in the English-language version of Inuyasha). She was also the voice of X-23 in the episode “Target X” fourth season of X-Men: Evolution (substituting Andrea Libman, who voiced the character in her original appearance); the character later crossed over to the X-Men comic titles where she once headlined her own limited series and is currently featured in the Avengers Academy title.

She was nominated for a Leo Award in 2008 for her performance in Normal.

Irvin also provided the voice of the character Ursula in the 2007 George of the Jungle cartoon series which aired on the Cartoon Network, making Britt Irvin the first (and currently only) person ever to voice a cartoon character in a series remake, where the character had originally been voiced by June Foray in the original. Foray had originally voiced the character Ursula in the original George of the Jungle series from the 1960s – through the character is significantly different in the 2007 series than in the 1967 series. The series aired for only one season.

Her works in 2009 included the voice of Polly, the love interest of Drake Bell’s Harold Kelp in the direct-to-DVD CG-animated sequel of The Nutty Professor; as well as the character Amy in the TV movie Spectacular!, one of the first times she has ever played an antagonist, which aired on Nickelodeon on February 16, 2009.

The series The Assistants, in which she plays the lead role, Gillian Hughes, premiered on The N on July 10, 2009.

In 2010, she plays in Barbie: A Fashion Fairy Tale and Barbie: A Fairy Secret, as the voice of Raquelle.

In 2012, Britt Irvin co-starred in Michael Sucsy’s film The Vow, which starred Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum, and also included her former Little Men and Angels in the Infield co-star Rachel Skarsten in the cast.

In 2015, she voiced Sunny Flare in My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Friendship Games and 2017 Equestria Girls special, Dance Magic.

Britt Irvin Music

Britt Irvin started her music and acting career at a very young age of 6 years. she started ballet lessons and singing in festivals. her music has not been released massively but you can listen or find them on youtube.

 

Britt Irvin Net Worth

The 34-year-old actress Britt Irvin has an estimated net worth of $50 million. Working as a performer since the age of 6 and working in the film industry for over two decades piles up experience, knowledge, and money on Britt’s lap.

Britt Irvin Movies And Tv Shows

Film
1. The Great Upstanding Member 2003
2. Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical 2005
3. The Road That Binds Us 2005

4. Hot Rod 2007
5. Normal 2007
6. Bratz: Super Babyz 2007
7. Bratz Babyz Save Christmas 2008

8. The Nutty Professor 2008
9. Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale 2010

10. Barbie: A Fairy Secret 2010
11. Bratz: Desert Jewelz 2012

12. The Vow 2012
13. Barbie in A Mermaid Tale 2 2012

14. Bratz Babyz Save Christmas 2012
15. Lucille’s Ball 2013

16. Feed the Gods 2014
17. The Wrong Babysitter 2017

Television

1. The New Adventures of Madeline 1995
2. Panic in the Skies! 1996

3. Nilus the Sandman 1996
4. The Angel of Pennsylvania Avenue 1996
5. The Outer Limits 1997
6. Sleepwalkers 1998

7. Night Man 1998
8. You, Me, and the Kids 1999
9. Stargate SG-1 1999

10. Little Men 1999
11. Angels in the Infield 2000
12. The Wednesday Woman 2000
13. Higher Ground 2000

14. Quarantine 2000
15. Personally Yours 2000
16. So Weird 2000
17. InuYasha 2000

18. Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction 2001
19. Earth Maiden Arjuna 2001
20. 2gether: The Series 2001

21. The SoulTaker 2001
22. The Outer Limits 2001
23. Wasted 2002

24. Taken 2002
25. Scary Godmother: Halloween Spooktacular 2003
26. X-Men: Evolution 2003
27. Thanksgiving Family Reunion 2003
28. Edgemont 2003

29. Family Curse 2003
30. Jack 2004
31. The Book of Ruth 2004
32. The Days 2004

33. ToddWorld 2004
34. Scary Godmother: The Revenge of Jimmy 2005
35. Being Ian 2005
36. Absolute Zero 2006

37. Alice, I Think 2006
38. Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ 2006
39. Supernatural 2006
40. Write and Wrong 2007
41. George of the Jungle 2007

42. Aliens in America 2007–2008
43. Spectacular! 2009
44. The Assistants 2009
45. V 2009
46. Life Unexpected 2010

47. Freshman Father 2010
48. R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour 2010
49. Smallville 2010–2011
50. Beauty and the Beast 2012
51. Smart Cookies 2012

52. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic 2012-2018
53. The Nearlyweds 2013
54. The Trainer 2013

55. Garage Sale Mystery 2013
56. Packages from Planet X 2013
57. Supernatural 2013

58. Mr. Miracle 2014
59. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Friendship Games 2015

60. Chesapeake Shores 2016–2018
61. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Magical Movie Night 2017
62. Reap What You Sew: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery 2018

Britt Irvin Smallville

Smallville is an American television series developed by writer-producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, based on the DC Comics character Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The series, initially broadcast by The WB, premiered on October 16, 2001.

After Smallville’s fifth season, The WB and UPN merged to form The CW, the series’ later United States broadcaster. Smallville, which ended its tenth and final season on May 13, 2011, follows Clark Kent (Tom Welling) in the fictional town of Smallville, Kansas before he becomes known as Superman.

The first four seasons focus on Clark and his friends in high school. After season five Smallville ventures into adult settings, eventually focusing on his career at the Daily Planet and introducing other DC comic-book superheroes and villains.

Britt Irvin portrays Courtney Whitmore in small vill(Stargirl)

Britt Irvin played Courtney Whitmore in several episodes of seasons nine and ten of Smallville, including the two-hour television movie Absolute Justice (which includes several other members of the Justice Society of America). She later appears in the episode “Icarus” playing a part in saving the Arrow from some corrupted civilians and a brief appearance in the episode “Prophecy”. This marks Stargirl’s first appearance in a live-action format.

Britt Irvin Supernatural

Supernatural is an American dark fantasy television series created by Eric Kripke. This television drama is about the two Winchester brothers, Sam and Dean, who were raised by their father, John, to hunt and kill all things that go “bump in the night” after his wife, Mary, was murdered by an evil supernatural being when the boys were young.

Britt Irvin portrayed the angel Muriel
In Supernatural, Britt Irvin portrayed the angel Muriel in the Season 9 episode Holy Terror. In Season 1, she also appeared as an unnamed Teenage Girl in Hell House.

Britt Irvin Hot Rod

Hot Rod is a 2007 American comedy film co-written, directed by, and starring members of The Lonely Island (Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer). The film stars Samberg as amateur stuntman Rod Kimble, whose step-father, Frank (Ian McShane) continuously mocks and disrespects him. hen Frank becomes ill, Rod raises money for his heart operation by executing his largest stunt yet.

In addition to raising money for the operation, he also does so to win Frank’s respect. The film also stars Taccone, Sissy Spacek, Will Arnett, Danny McBride, Isla Fisher, and Bill Hader. It was directed by Schaffer (in his directorial debut) and distributed by Paramount Pictures. In the film, Britt Irvin played Cathy Fay.

Britt Irvin Chesapeake Shores

Chesapeake Shores is a Canadian/American drama television series, based on the novel series of the same name by Sherryl Woods, produced by Chesapeake Shores Productions Inc in association with Borderline Distribution. The series had a two-hour premiere on the Hallmark Channel on August 14, 2016. Meghan Ory, Jesse Metcalfe, Treat Williams, Brendan Penny, Andrew Francis and Diane Ladd star in the series. John Tinker is the showrunner and executive producer.
Abby O’Brien Winters returns from New York to her hometown of Chesapeake Shores, Maryland, after receiving a panicked phone call from her youngest sister Jess, who is renovating the Inn at Eagle Point.
Britt Irvin portrays Danielle Clayman, Connor’s (Abby’s brother) law school classmate who becomes his love interest.

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