Felicia Day

Felicia Day is an American actress. Felicia Day has appeared in television shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Undeclared, and Monk. She also created the web series “The Guild.” Similarly, she is a gifted young woman who has received professional training in operatic singing and ballet.

Early life of Felicia Day

Felicia Day was born on June 28, 1979 in Hunstville, Alabama, USA. She is 41 years old and was born under the Cancer zodiac sign. She is of American nationality.


Her name and information about her parents are not currently available. She does, however, have a brother named Ryon Day. Furthermore, no information about her or her other family members is readily available. Felicia, despite being a well-known actress and personality, prefers to keep her personal and family life private. And doesn’t want to talk about them much in public or in front of the camera.



In terms of her educational background and qualifications, she was a National Merit Scholar in 1995 and graduated as valedictorian of her class. She is a skilled violinist, and she was accepted to the Juilliard School of Music. She chose, however, to attend the University of Texas at Austin on a full scholarship in violin performance. Day was also home-schooled for the majority of her childhood, until she started college at the age of 16.


Similarly, she double majored in mathematics and music performance. She then graduated at the age of 19 in the top 4% of her class. Felicia enjoys a wide range of video game genres. And much of her work on the web series “The Guild” was inspired by her personal experiences with video games, particularly when she played “World of Warcraft.”

Felicia Day’s Career Line

Felicia Day began her acting career when she was seven years old. It was the time when she played Scout in a local production of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” She also studied operatic singing and ballet professionally, performing at concerts and competitions across the country.


Felicia moved to Los Angeles after graduation to pursue a career as an actress. She has appeared in a number of short and independent films, as well as commercials and guest appearances on television shows such as “Undeclared” and “Maybe It’s Me.” These roles eventually propelled her to larger roles, including a part in the film “Bring It On Again,” a starring role in “June,” and a recurring guest spot as potential Slayer Vi on television’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”


Similarly, she appeared in a recurring role that is still used occasionally in the eighth season comic book series of that show. Felicia Day’s singing was featured in HBO’s 2005 biopic of Franklin D. Roosevelt, “Warm Springs,” when her wheelchair-using character serenaded a dinner party with “I Won’t Dance.”


Felicia Day is the star, creator, and writer of “The Guild.” It was a web series that aired from 2007 to 2013 and focused on the MMORPG gaming subculture. The first season was primarily hosted on YouTube, where it received millions of views. The second season was then released on Microsoft’s three major video channels, including Xbox Live, MSN Video, and The Zune Marketplace, after Microsoft struck a deal with “The Guild” that allowed Felicia, her cast, and crew to be compensated for their efforts. Then, after Microsoft struck a deal with “The Guild,” Felicia, her cast, and crew were paid for their efforts.


Felicia also wrote and directed a music video for her song “(Do You Wanna Date My) Avatar.” It featured the cast dressed up as their in-game personas. The final moments of the music video also reveal that the third season of Day’s “The Guild” will be released on August 25, 2009.


Then, prior to the premiere of the fourth season of the web series, a second song and Bollywood-style video called “Game On” was released. A third and final music video, titled “I’m the One That’s Cool,” features members of the cast dressed as an alternative band performing at a local venue. The video was intercut with scenes of the cast as younger versions of their characters being bullied at school by “cooler” and more popular kids.


Furthermore, “The Guild” has won numerous awards, including the “Greenlight Award” for “Best Original Digital Series Production” at the South by Southwest festivals, several “IAWTV Awards,” including “Best Comedy Series,” the “YouTube Video Award” for “Best Series,” the “Yahoo! Video Award” for “Best Series,” and 2009 “Streamy Awards” for “Best Comedy Web Series,” “Best Female Actor” in a “Comedy Web Se

Felicia Day announced in March 2012 that she would launch a premium YouTube channel, “Geek & Sundry,” on April 2. Then, for Season 6, this YouTube channel took over production of “The Guild.” She even hosts several shows on the “Geek & Sundry” YouTube channel. The Flog, Vaginal Fantasy, Felicia’s Ark, and Co-Optitude, which stars Felicia’s brother Ryon Day, are among the most notable shows.


Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton created the web series “Tabletop” in 2012. Wil serves as an executive producer for the show and frequently appears as a guest. In the same vein, in 2015, she suggested to the original cast of Critical Role that they start streaming their tabletop home game as a show.


The Youtube channel was then acquired by Legendary in August 2014 to produce content alongside Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist Industries, with Day retaining creative control.

Felicia Day played Penny in the three-part web-based musical Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (created by Joss Whedon, who also created Dollhouse and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, in which Day had parts). She appeared as a patient in the medical drama House’s episode “Not Cancer,” and she had a guest-starring role in the sci-fi drama Dollhouse’s unaired episode “Epitaph One,” as well as the series finale “Epitaph Two.”


She also appeared in a series of commercials for “Sears Blue Crew” in 2008. Then she appeared in the first of the revamped Cheetos commercials. Felicia also performed a song called “White Lie” alongside Brendan Hines in the episode “Tractor Man” of the TV show Lie to Me, which aired on December 14, 2009. She even co-starred in Red, a Syfy film adaptation of the Little Red Riding Hood saga, with Kavan Smith. It was created by Angela Mancuso.


Felicia Day also reprised her role as Dr. Holly Marten in the Syfy channel’s original series Eureka, appearing in 18 episodes over the last two seasons. She has also appeared as “Gorgol” in The Fine Brothers’ web series MyMusic.


Furthermore, in February 2011, she announced that she will star in a new web miniseries called “Dragon Age: Redemption.” The series, which is based on BioWare’s Dragon Age video games, premiered on October 10, 2011. Day played Tallis, an elf. She then returned as the voice and model for the character in the Dragon Age II downloadable content Mark of the Assassin.

Felicia announced in January 2012 that she would be hosting a Google+ Hangout called “Vaginal Fantasy.” Kiala Kazebee, Veronica Belmont, and Bonnie Burton also appear in the Hangout. Every month, they talk about lady-leaning historical and paranormal adventure books. Then, in February 2012, Day appeared as a guest star in Sean “Day” Plott’s online webcast featuring Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.


In April 2012, they announced that Felicia Day would host the 2012 IndieCade Awards Ceremony on October 4, 2012. In April of the same year, she appeared as “Gorgol,” a Norwegian Black Metal singer, on the YouTube show “MyMusic.” She then appeared as a guest star in the second season of Jane Espenson’s scripted web series “Husbands.”


Likewise, in October 2012, she appeared as a guest on The Game Station podcast and in an episode of My Drunk Kitchen. In 2013, “Geek & Sundry” and “Atlas Games” collaborated to release a promotional pack for the card game Gloom, featuring a Felicia Day, Guild Goddess card, for TableTop Day 2013.


Then, in 2014, Alderac Entertainment Group included a Felicia Day card in the storage case expansion. And the Big Geeky Box for their card game Smashes Up. For Tabletop Day 2015, Plaid Hat Games released a Felicia Day character card for their board game “Dead of Winter: A Crossroads Game.”


Felicia appeared as a guest on Episode 9 of the “Dear Hank & John” podcast on August 4, 2015. Similarly, on October 1, 2016, she appeared as Zookeeper Joanna Rey on the “Welcome to Night Vale” podcast.


Felicia first appeared as Kinga Forrester in Mystery Science Theater 3000 in April 2017. Then, in August 2017, she appeared as a guest in the “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic” episode “The Perfect Pear.” By voicing Pear “Buttercup” Butter, the presumed-deceased mother of one of the show’s main characters, Applejack. In that episode, she also sings a romantic ballad titled “You’re in My Head Like a Catchy Song.”

She also organized and hosted a Twitch charity live stream on June 30, 2018, in support of the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), a Texas nonprofit. It was a 12-hour live stream that raised more than $212,000.

Awards of Felicia Day

Felicia Day has received a number of prestigious awards for her performance in the web series “The Guild.” It also includes three “Streamy Awards” and two “IAWTV Awards.” Similarly, she won anoth