Felicia is actress/writer/producer for the online hit The Guild.
According to her personal website, Felicia's passions include: video games, fantasy novels, web 2.0, wordpress, cooking, playing with her cats and making people laugh.
Though she did not attend, Felicia was accepted to the Juliard School of Music.
Felicia's talents include acting, ballet, singing, and mathematics.
Felicia is a professional-level violinist.
Felicia lives in Los Angeles.
Felicia has auburn hair.
Felicia appeared in a T-Mobile commercial in 2006.
Felicia graduated from college with the highest honors and spoke at her department's convocation.
Felicia Day loves to play multiplayer games over the internet, her favorites include World of Warcraft and Puzzle Pirates.
When Felicia was younger, she would trick her mom into thinking she was playing Math Blaster while she really played computer games
Felicia starred in a series of commercials for the United States Postal Service as "Angie."
Felicia was named "Emerging Scholar" at The University of Texas at Austin.
Felicia performs/performed in the Saturday night main group called the Waterbrains at the Empty Stage Theatre.
Felicia was supposed to star in the series "Here Come The Joneses" in September of 2003, but it was cancelled before it aired.
Felicia's father is an Air Force Doctor.
Felicia's favorite author is Jaqueline Carey.
Felicia enjoys volunteering with rescued animals, reading cheap mystery novels, and playing computer games.
Felicia has been playing the violin since age 2.
At age 7 Felicia played Scout in a local production of "To Kill A Mockingbird".
Felicia graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelors of science in mathematics. She graduated with highest honors and was the student speaker at her department's convocation.
Felicia has green eyes.
Felicia has appeared in other movies such as: God's Waiting List, The Mortician's Hobby, Final Sale, Backslide, Strings, Warm Springs, June, They Shoot Divas, Don't They?, House Blend and Delusional..
Felicia Day played "Vi" the potential slayer on Buffy the Vampire Slayer for 7 episodes. Even though a lot of the named potentials got killed off throughout the season, she was one of the survivors, which leaves her character open to returning in a spinoff, TV movie, or motion picture.