Multi-hyphenate Britt McKillip is an award-winning singer/songwriter, and an incredible actress. Britt had a recurring role in the CW series FREQUENCY. She was the bitchy “Macy” in the Warner Bros./Bad Hat Harry Productions (Brian Singer) feature TRICK R’ TREAT with Dylan Baker, Anna Paquin, Brian Cox and Leslie Bibb – Michael Dougherty directed. She recently starred in DADDY’S GIRL, a horror/thriller directed by Julian Richards. Britt was a supporting actor in BEST FRIEND’S BETRAYAL, a made for TV thriller. Britt also starred in the movie version of her series DEAD LIKE ME, entitled DEAD LIKE ME; LIFE AFTER DEATH, portraying the same character “Reggie Lass”. Ellen Muth, Callum Blue, Sarah Wynter and Cynthia Stevenson all reappear in the film version. Stephen Herek directed, and Craig Roessler produced. As well as being featured in a number of movie projects, Britt lent her voice to many animations including SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH as Sabrina, DISNEY’S BABY LOONYTOONS, BRATZ, STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE, LEGO JURASSIC PARK, NINJAGO: MASTERS OF SPINJITSU and most recently, the recurring voice of Princess Cadence in the MY LITTLE PONY movie franchise. Her YouTube song “This Day” has had nine million YouTube hits to date.
On the music side, Britt and her sister Carly are country-pop duo One More Girl. They call Vancouver, BC their home and have accumulated an impressive list of credits despite their young age. The Calgary Stampede, Merritt Mountain Music Festival and Canadian Country Music Conference are among the many events they’ve performed at, opening for artists such as Dwight Yoakam, Darius Rucker (Hootie & The Blowfish, Keith Urban and Lady Antebellum. The girls have also been the recipients of the 2009 BCCMA Horizon Award for the best new artist, and the 2010 BCCMA award for ‘Entertainer of the Year’ ‘Group or Duo of the Year’, ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Single of the Year’. Their most prestigious hardware to date is the 2010 Canadian Country Music Award for ‘Rising Star’ on the nationally televised CCMA’s. Having left EMI Music Canada in 2010, the girls were immediately signed to Interscope Records by Vince Herbert (Lady Gaga) and are currently working on their sophomore album.