About Cindy Long

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Cindy Long was Canada’s first Snow White. She founded Fantasy Fables in 1995 and was the first princess company in Canada. Cindy’s list of achievements show the determination of an ambitious and talented woman who has been singing and entertaining since the age of 3. She took up modeling and acting as a teenager and went on to attend the Royal Conservatory, then going on to perform in musical theatre for 9 years. Cindy managed Mode-Elle modeling/talent agency for 5 years, and also enjoyed being a part of Toronto’s film and television industry, assisting with casting of several movies and commercials.


Cindy has worked personally for Disney as Snow White. She also promoted the re-release of ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ for Canada and has represented the Princess’s for Niagara Falls Festival of Lights Parade sponsored by Disney. Cindy is no stranger to the music business, her duo ‘Blush’ had a breakout hit in the spring of 2000 with a track produced by award winning producer Justin Gray, titled ‘Fall in Love’ that remained on the CHUM/FM Top charts for 14 weeks and was on the radio on heavy rotation.


In 2001 Cindy was offered and accepted the position as host of the TVO hit show on stage ‘Polka-dot Shorts TM’ through Sphere Entertainment which she did for over a year. In 2007, Cindy was honoured to play the role of Christine (in Phantom of the Opera) in Toronto. Cindy has performed and sung personally over the years for stars such as Shania Twain, Demi Moore, Chevy Chase, N’Sync, Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russel and many more. Cindy’s goal and mission in life is to continue her dream of heading ‘Fantasy Fables Children’s Entertainment Inc.’.


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