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Caitlin Elizabeth Carmichael is an American actress and voice actress who is credited with voicing Tuyen in one episode of The Legend of Korra.

The Legend of Korra credits

Tuyen

Character information: Tuyen

Selected other credits

Television work

Filmography

Biographical information

Personal life

Caitlin Carmichael was born in Tifton, Georgia, to Tom and Catherine Carmichael. In addition to acting, Carmichael spends time taking dance classes in ballet, tap, and hip hop, as well as gymnastics. She also does volunteer work with the Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church, helping feed the homeless.

Career

Carmichael's career began when she was three years old. Her family took her on a Disney cruise for her birthday and, while attending a show, she was drawn to the stage and chosen "Princess of the Boat".

In 2007, John Robert Powers (JRP) talent agency eventually gave the Carmichaels a call for her to audition for The Disney Channel. She attended classes at JRP for modeling, commercials, television, and print media. Within two months, she landed a spot after auditioning to attend the International Presentation of Performers in Los Angeles in 2008. She was the youngest of approximately 2,500 performers and contestants representing five countries. Since 2008, she has appeared in a number television shows and films.

In 2008, Carmichael was handpicked by Jenny McCarthy to play McCarthy's daughter in the webisode series In the Motherhood.

Carmichael has spent time in New York City shooting a feature film and shooting for print national commercials, including Ralph Lauren for Lord & Taylor, Ann Taylor, Charles Voegele, Dillards, Toys "R" Us, and others.

Awards

  • 2014: Won a Young Artist Award for Chosen (Best Web Performance for Young Actress)
  • 2013: Won a Young Artist Award for Doc McStuffins (Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role, Television)
  • 2012: Won a Young Artist Award for Bag of Bones (Best Performance for Supporting Young Actress)
  • 2010: Won an International Presentation of Performers Star of the Year Award[1]

References

  1. Caitlin Carmichael (HTML). Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on October 26, 2014.
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