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Teen Voice Actress of Peppa Pig Earns A Massive ‘£1,000 Per Hour’

She earns way more than most of us!

Mark Andrew





It’s always inspiring when we hear about people who are making lots of money while having fun at the same time. Sometimes, those lucky individuals happen to be youngsters – in their teens!

Such is the story of Harley Bird, who is merely 16 years of age. The name may not sound familiar to most of us but her voice definitely is.

Harley Bird, 16, voices Peppa Pig.

Source: Rex Features

Yes, THAT popular British cartoon starring an anthropomorphic female pig along with her friends and family.

According to reports, Harley reportedly makes £1,000 an hour (approximately US$1,341) lending her voice to the show’s title character.

In a Metro article, a source has been quoted saying:

“Harley is the most successful teenage voiceover artist in Britain right now.

“She’s also difficult to replace as she’s mature enough to be a great actress but still has the distinctive voice families around the world know as Peppa.”

Well, that’s an awesome opportunity – and a crazy load of money – for such a young girl.

So far, Harley has been at it for 11 years now.

Meanwhile, Harley revealed in an interview with This Morning that she auditioned for the role at the age of 5. She couldn’t even read at the time and so she had to “copy” the lines as they were spoken to her.

Now that she’s 16 and has done Peppa for 11 years, she just “really understands the character” and perfectly knows “how she speaks, how she would do things, how she would react.”

Currently, Peppa Pig is being broadcast in 180 territories and in 40 different languages.

Despite the show’s popularity, it doesn’t always mean that Harley gets recognized by people all the time – not even when she and her brother were at Peppa Pig World.

Harley shared:

“I don’t get recognized. I went the other weekend [to Peppa Pig world], I was on the dinosaur ride with my brother and everyone was giving me strange looks.

“Me and my brother were snorting and I was doing some lines.”

Watch This Morning’s full interview with Harley Bird here:

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Deadpool Spotted Photobombing Classic Movie Covers – And It’s Pretty Hilarious!

From Edward Scissorhands and Terminator, to Speed and Assasin’s Creed, among others.

Mark Andrew



Deadpool seems to be everywhere these days – from starring in a crazy music video with singer Celine Dion to invading Stephen Colbert’s Late Show opening monologue. As it looks like, the Merc With A Mouth isn’t showing signs of slowing down in promoting his new movie anytime soon.

Now buyers at Walmart are having a blast after discovering the anti-hero has ‘photobombed’ the covers of many classic movies. Name it: from Edward Scissorhands and Terminator, to Speed and Assasin’s Creed, among others.

It’s a marketing move sure to grab everyone’s attention.

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Sir Elton John Admits He’s Sick of Hearing Ed Sheeran’s Songs

“How many times do you want to listen to these things?”

Mark Andrew



In a recent episode of George Ezra & Friend’s podcast, legendary singer-songwriter Sir Elton John had a word of warning for pop artist Ed Sheeran – that his popularity will not last forever.

As if that was not enough, Elton also confessed he’s tired of hearing the latter’s songs. His comment has since sparked a lot of reaction from music fans.

Elton John has some words of advice for Ed Sheeran.

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17 Hollywood Celebrities Who Almost Starred In Marvel Movies

Gal Gadot was almost Nebula. And Marvel initially wanted Ryan Gosling as Dr Strange!

Mark Andrew



There’s just no doubt about it – the Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently the king of the big screen. They just keep releasing good superhero films, one after the other, so it’s no surprise that they’re pretty much dominating the box office right now.

Aside from eye-popping visuals and captivating storylines that appeal to worldwide audiences, one of the biggest strengths of Marvel movies is the spot-on casting for the characters.

Robert Downey Jr is, of course, the prime example of this. He’s been Tony Stark (Iron Man) since 2008 and we just can’t see anyone playing the now-iconic hero. Fans would agree that RDJ is practically born for the role!

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