Felicia Day was a prolific actress, writer and producer in film and TV with dozens of credits over her 15 plus years as a working professional in Hollywood. Born in Huntsville, Alabama and raised around Texas, Day nabbed her very first acting gig at age 7 when she appeared as Scout in a local stage production of "To Kill a Mockingbird." It proved to be an exhilarating experience for the young performer and left Day feeling confident that a professional acting career was in her future. She would eventually go on to study ballet and operatic singing, thus adding to her performance skillset, and embarked on college at the early age of 16. She moved to Los Angeles after college to jumpstart her acting career and immediately began picking up work on shows like "Emeril" (NBC, 2001) and "Maybe It's Me" (The WB, 2001-02). Her first big break came in 2003 when she landed a recurring role as Vi on the cult supernatural series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (The WB/UPN, 1997-2003). Day continued acting steadily over the next few years but in 2007 she decided to take control of her career by acting, producing and starring in a web series called "The Guild" (YouTube, 2007-2013). The series, about video gamers, premiered on YouTube in 2007, and quickly gained a devoted audience. Day eventually struck a deal with Microsoft. The global software company began airing the series on MSN Video, Xbox Live Marketplace, and Zune Marketplace, which allowed Day to pay her actors and crew. The success of "The Guild" allowed Day to launch a premium YouTube channel called Geek and Sundry in 2012, thus giving her the freedom to produce several additional web series that aired exclusively on the channel. Throughout her active career as a producer, Day kept up a busy schedule as an actor, most notably appearing as a recurring character on shows like "Supernatural" (The WB/The CW, 2005- ) and the animated series "Adventure Time" (Cartoon Network, 2010- ). Then in 2017 she began appearing as Kinga Forrester on "Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return" (Netflix, 2017- ). The eagerly anticipated series was a revival of the original "Mystery Science Theater" which aired on Comedy Central and the Sci-Fi Channel in the late 80s and throughout the 90s.
Created and starred in the hugely succesful webseries "The Guild"
Co-starred with Neil Patrick Harris in Joss Whedon's "Dr. Horrible's SIng-Along Blog"
Had recurring role on fantasy series "Supernatural"