Abrams is extremely excited to announce that voice clients, Natalie Palamides and Amanda Leighton, will be voicing the revamped celebrated Cartoon Network series, Powerpuff Girls!


Here is a brief bio on our girls:

Natalie Palamides

is an actor/writer/improviser/comedian from Pittsburgh, PA. She recently worked on the ABC pilot, Uncle Buck. She was a series regular on the Comedy Central Pilot, BriTANick, as well as the lead character in the Disney Animated Pilot, Very Important House. She’s excited for her first feature to come out in theaters in September 2015, The Kitchen Sink. Currently, she’s doing voices on cartoons! She’s a performer on the UCB Maude team, Eastwood, a writer/performer on the iO West House Sketch team, It’s the Cops!, and an improviser on the UCB Touring Company. Not to forget, her 2 man sketch team with fellow wiener, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, 2 Hot Dogs! Natalie works with the Obie-Award-Winning Pig Iron Theatre Company as a Creative Consultant.  The play she helped create, “I Promised Myself to Live Faster” will premiere at this year’s Humana Festival. She also currently creates and performs with her improv/sketch/clown group, Wet the Hippo directed by lead clown of Cirque du Soleil, John Gilkey. She currently studies at Upright Citizens Brigade, The Groundlings, and The Idiot Workshop.  

Amanda Leighton

Leighton started her acting career at the age of 10 in her home town, and got her first agent at the age of 12 when started taking acting classes and going to auditions in Los Angeles, California. She also has 11 years of dance experience, which she used in ABC Family’s “Make It or Break It”, where she played a gymnast named Wendy Capshaw.

Leighton’s other appearances include roles on several television shows including Pretty Little Liars as Danielle, Grey’s Anatomy as patient Sarah Cassidy with Treacher Collins syndrome, 90210 as Alex Scarborough, Criminal Minds as Trish Leake, and as a singing Cactus Kid in Six Feet Under. She also has appeared in commercials for Quicken Loans, Meow Mix, Comcast and Plavix. Leighton also had parts in two films: Detour as Lara (short film), and as Young Alex in Divorce Invitation (2012). She dated actor Evan Crooks.