In her interview with Anime Jump, Kelly mentions her first voice role was at age 13. She originally auditioned for a voiceover but didn't get that one, but a director for another show heard her reading, and asked her to do the role for their cartoon.
Although Kelly did not do the major singing roles in the Barbie videos, she is trained in singing and is in the soprano range.
Kelly Sheridan got braces on January 19, 2010 at the age of 32. She talks about it in a video blog on her website.
Her break through roles were on shows such as My Little Pony Tales, Ranma ½ and Madeline.
She has over 50 credits in film, television, theatre and voice-overs.
Off campus of Genus' Theatre Company, her most recent credits include Stop Kiss at Festival House and Shifting Point's musical production of Twelfth Night.
She acted in Big Love, Eurydice Plays Dead and the 1999 Black Box ensemble when she was a student at Simon Fraser University.
Kelly graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater.
At Genus' Theatre Company, she has performed in and helped to write the last two productions of Genus': City at Night and Ten Years Later.
She was cast in an anime movie called Hakkenden which was released in 1993.
She has been nominated Video Premiere Award for Best Animated Character Performance for "Barbie in the Nutcracker" in 2001. She has shared it with Michael Ferraro (animation direction) and Gino Nichele (animation direction).