Libby Aubrey has dedicated her life
to finding grace in the face of life's most formidable challenges.
Possessing boundless energy and unbridled enthusiasm, she is an
accomplished actress, dancer, model, singer, voiceover artist, and
writer/producer who has amassed hundreds of high profile credits
during the past three decades. When you take into account the behind-the-scenes
success she enjoys as the founder of the LA Entertainment Management
Group, Libby Aubrey clearly brings a wealth of talents to a growing
number of creative endeavors.
Flourishing among the varied creative talents of a family of ten
siblings of five girls and five boys, Libby distinguished herself
by her passion for the theatre. At the age of eight Libby began
performing on the professional stage of the famed Bucks County Playhouse
of her native town in Pennsylvania. Libby's talent presented her
with the opportunity to attend several universities. A five-time
scholarship recipient in the categories of theatrical performance,
dance, vocal command, initiative and achievement and academic excellence,
Libby's attained dean's list honors as a "double and triple-major"
during her years at Stephens College for Women, University of Paris,
Sorbonne, and University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Libby went on to the kind of success that most people dream of
having by appearing in all print media combining billboards, magazines,
and the covers of Bride, Working Woman and many others. Aubrey's
voice-over repertoire promoted ABC, CBS, NBC Los Angeles, QVC Shopping
Channel and Koit Radio & TV San Francisco. Libby's animated cartoon
voices delighted children in: GI Joe, and Thundar the
Barbarian. Highlighting her television excellence are Speilberg's
Amazing Stories, Too Close For Comfort, New Love American Style,
and Ghost Writer with Anthony Perkins.
Aubrey's commercial performances encompass patrons such as S.C.
Johnson, McDonald's, 7Up, Amoco, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Lexus,
Canada Dry Ginger Ale, CoreStates Bank, United Airlines, New Woman
Magazine, Mattel, Sebastian Hair products, Levis, AT&T, Bud Lite,
and Mercedes-Benz to name a few.
Transforming from in front of the scenes to behind
the scenes came in 1985 when the CEO of a small independent film
company called Jamie Pix bestowed upon Libby the opportunity to
produce her first independent film short under the auspices of the
American Film Institute. Following a lifelong willingness to discover
new knowledge, Libby challenged herself by producing, acting three
roles and singing the title song in her film debut of an original
story by Dorothy Canfield Fisher called Sex Education.
Her vision quest nurtured her abilities behind the scenes and Libby
established LA Entertainment Management Group, Inc. and was accepted
into the Wharton Small Business Development Program where
she completed a business plan and Private Placement Document for
a television series designed for the convergence between television
and the Internet. The series is written as a family program for
parents to experience with their children. Shortly thereafter, the
original series spawned a second concept tailored specifically to
children and young adults.
Under her direction, LA Entertainment Management Group, Inc., currently
is in contract and holds product trademarks and copyrights for three
completed feature film scripts, three television series and a film
docudrama called Tales from Old "St. Joe" and The Frontier Days.
Libby is a sixth generation descendant of Joseph Robidoux, a French
fur trader from Montreal, who arrived in this country before Lewis
and Clark, and whose sons harmoniously lived and traded with the
native American Indians. Joseph Robidoux founded and named the town
Saint Joseph, Missouri after his namesake Saint Joseph on his patron
saints day. Libby continues her ancestral pioneer spirit as an entrepreneurial
artist forging new industry boundaries.
Understanding the need to be wholly balanced mentally, spiritually
and physically, Libby has adopted practices of meditation and has
explored virtually all forms of dance, movement, and exercise. As
a Silver medallist in California District Track Cycling Championships
in two racing events, she went on to win two more Silver medals
at Nationals and two Bronze medals for the USA at the 2000 World
Championships in Manchester England. In her spare time, Libby raised
sponsorship funds to ride the California AIDS Ride 7 from San Francisco
to Los Angeles.