Maisy Wright-Smith

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BIOGRAPHY

Maisy plays Alice Miranda in Alice Miranda Friends Forever (2019) and a second feature animation to be released late 2021.

She is an accomplished actor who has been both on camera and behind the microphone voicing some exciting projects including a large government campaign as well as TV and radio ads.
Maisy had a ball narrating an audiobook written by 2020-2021 Australian Children’s Laureate, Ursula Dubosarsky, bringing a long list of characters to life including a bear, a wolf and a horse!

Maisy has great instincts. As well as being fantastic at commercials, promos and animation, she can handle (and actually enjoys) those long corporate scripts too.
Maisy can laugh on cue, her timing and mimicry is perfect and most importantly Maisy can take direction!

A national level long distance runner, who enjoys public speaking, debating and reading, Maisy plays the flute beautifully and loves animals.

Check out Maisy’s reviews and latest work.

REVIEWS

  1. Maisy did the most wonderful job giving voice to my character, Alice-Miranda in two animated movies, Alice-Miranda: Friends Forever and Alice-Miranda: A Royal Christmas Ball.

    She really understood what was required and delivered a professional and polished performance.

    Jacqueline Harvey - writer of the Alice-Miranda book series

    https://jacquelineharvey.com.au

  2. I have just completed a huge project with Maisy & can report that she has the voice of a child but the skills of an adult. She had to be the kid narrator plus a whole heap of characters including a wolf, a horse & a grumpy bear which she did seamlessly. Maisy has a great confidence behind a microphone & I recommend her without hesitation.

    Greg Crittenden Producer / Engineer - Take2 Creative Audio

    http://www.take2.com.au

  3. Maisy Wright-Smith was cast as Alice-Miranda Highton-Smith-Kennington-Jones, a tough role which required heart, intelligence, curiosity, kindness and stamina. Maisy was able to take direction, and offer insightful and spontaneous choices in the line reads and came to each session with a positive and open attitude ready to be challenged and learn. It was important to have a very likeable, authentic and bright character for Alice Miranda and Maisy was able to do that, and add delight as well.

    Jo Boag - Director - Alice Miranda telemovie produced by SLR productions

    http://www.slrproductions.com/

  4. The creatives loved them and were particularly impressed with Maisy.
    She seemed a bit shy when she came into the room but when she got into the booth she was confident, articulate and nailed all the lines!
    They both had to tackle some big words and complicated sentences but were both very professional and took directions very well.

    Beatrice Osborne

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