Paw City, LLC Announces Voiceover Talent Sydney E. G. Parks Cast On 3D Children's Animated Television Series

Paw City, LLC Announces Voiceover Talent Sydney E. G. Parks Cast On 3D Children's Animated Television Series

Paw City, LCC, announces voiceover talent Sydney E. G. Parks of Raleigh, North Carolina, as The Voice of "Sydney" for the upcoming children's 3D animated television series "Max and Wrigley".

"Max & Wrigley" is based on the award-winning children's book series "Read With Max." "Max & Wrigley" will focus on social as well as emotional issues. The focus of the productions will be early childhood education for children ages four to eight. All content will be family-friendly and will involve national educational standards with an emphasis on lessons in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). "Max and Wrigley" has been registered as a Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) signatory production to allow for credited talent and help with national distribution.

The "Sydney" character is a female fraternal twin parrot to her brother, Frankie; together, they are the town gossips. She works in the town's "PAWS & CLAWS" Hair and Nail Salon. Sydney is also a member of "The Biscuit Band", singing backup and playing percussion instruments during each episode. The original songs will be associated with social and emotional lessons addressed during each episode.

Sydney E. G. Parks is a young actress and singer. She is currently in junior high school and just celebrated her eleventh birthday. Sydney enjoys reading, rock climbing, gymnastics, swimming, dancing, singing, painting, yoga and doing impressions of people with New York and British accents.

Her performance experience includes:

Live on Stage - 2013
Shel Silverstein Performance at Carrboro Arts Theatre - 2012
Go Fish at Percy Priest Elementary School - 2010
Centennial Park Dance Studio Recital - 2010
Miss Maryann's Dance Studio Recital - 2010
Full Length Film
The Healer, summer 2014 - 2012
Short Films
The Healer: 48 Hour Film Festival - 2012
Bloody Mary Lite - 2010
Sylvan Learning Center - 2010
North Carolina Theatre Conservatory - 2013-2014
Acting 1
Live on Stage
Acting 2
Live on Stage
Little Mermaid Boot camp
Carrboro Arts Center - 2010
Improvisational Acting
Centennial Park Dance Studio - 2010
Miss Maryann's Dance Studio - 2010
Tap Dance

"This is my first television production, so I am extremely excited to be a part of something that could end up being an incredibly wide-spread television show. My parents always stress the importance of education with me. I am glad that I am doing even more to help educate the children that will watch this show," states Sydney E. G. Parks.