Barbara Scaff sang a song called, It Gives.
Barbara Scaff played the voice of a character in the movie The Girl and the Tortoise.
Barbara Scaff has procude the musical stage comedy called Come Together - The Beatles Project.
Barbara Scaff built her list of songs to put in her CD, but she has had enough time to produce it.
At the age of 4, Barbara Scaff went to see musical comedy that were made for the children.
Barbara Scaff was in the Broadway musical Los Miserables.
Barbara Scaff played a role in the movie Pinocchio.
At the age of 15, Barbara Scaff signed her first contract for the musical comedy Tom Sawyer.
When Barbara Scaff was a little kid, the spectables that has marked her were Elephant Man, with David Bowie, just like Amadeus and God Spell which had overturned her.
Barbara Scaff's godmother took her to New York on the weekends to see the shows like The Wiz and Sweeney Todd.
Ever Sunday, Barbara Scaff, along with her two sisters, disguised themselves and give a spectacle in front of their parents.
Barbara has brown, naturally, curly hair.
Barbara has hazel eyes.
Barbara is one of the voices for the movie, Fahrenheit.
Barbara was one of the voices for the movie, Syberia II: The English Version.
Barbara was one of the voices in the movie, Egyptian Prophecy: Fate of Ramses.
Barbara is the voice for the character, Jill in the movie, Immortel (ad vitam).
Barabara starred in the movie, Paradisco as the character, Martine.
Barbara is one of the voices in the movie, Largo Winch: Empire Under Threat.
Barbara is the voice for Barbara Weber in the movie, Omikron: The Nomad Soul.
Barbara is best known for her voice role on Code Lyoko as the character, Ulrich Stern.
Question: Which are date them important of your traverses?
Barbara Scaff: Tom Sawyer to begin. In France, this was The Miserable ones where I was chosen to be stand-in, despite my American nationality. One had been said me that one did not want Anglo-saxon in the troop. I am anyway gone to hearing and they discovered that I was American after to have hired me!
Barbara Scaff: About 14 years old, I formed myself to the song, to the modern dance, to the mime and to the theater. I had the timeliness to begin passing hearing.