The actress who voices Peppa Pig is leaving the role after more than a decade. Harley Bird, 18, who has been the cartoon character's voice since she was five, said the cast of the TV series had given her "unforgettable memories". She will be replaced by nine-year-old Amelie Bea Smith, who becomes the fourth actress to take on the voice of the anthropomorphic pig. She said: "Becoming the voice of Peppa Pig at the age of five was the start of an incredible journey, and I'll never forget my time on the show. She added her co-stars on the show had "become like a family" and had given her "unforgettable memories. Bird said she was "looking forward to starting the next chapter" and wished Smith "the best of luck" in the role. Peppa Pig co-creators Neville Astley and Mark Baker said: "As our longest-standing Peppa, Harley's award-winning contribution to the show over the past 13 years has been tremendous, making her a key part of the success of Peppa Pig.
By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline. She went on: 'The people that work on Peppa Pig have become like a family to me and they've given me some unforgettable memories. I wish Amelie the best of luck in the role and am looking forward to starting the next chapter in my life. Lily Snowden-Fine was first to voice Peppa when the series debuted in , before Cecily Bloom provided the voice of the character in the second series in Visit site.
Harley Fiona Riley born 13 December ,   better known by her stage name of Harley Bird , is an English actress and voice-over artist. She took on the role in and left the role in She was replaced by 9-year-old English girl Amelie Bea Smith. She is the second eldest of four children and has two sisters, Taylor and Olivia, and a brother called Rosco. At age 5 she was signed to Alphabet Kidz Talent Agency. A month later she gained the role of Peppa in the children's animated series Peppa Pig. In January , Bird announced that she was leaving the role of Peppa Pig after 13 years and episodes in the role.
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