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Aria Noelle Curzon

Alex DePue | April 3, 2019

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Aria Noelle Curzon

Aria Noelle Curzon

Miss Aria Noelle Curzon began her career in Hollywood at the age of 6 with a national Crayola commercial which enabled her to gain coveted entrance into the Screen Actors Guild of America. That was soon followed by several more commercials, television shows, films and her lead roles in major animated projects. It was with Miss Curzon’s very popular roles such as Ducky in the beloved “Land Before Time” movie series, The Corn Chip Girl in Disney’s “Recess” T.V. series and the voice of the iconic Pebbles Flintstone… in “The Cave Kids” video series that led to her being dubbed by her colleagues, fans and directors as the “Voice-over Queen”.  If you listen to the radio, watch cartoons or animated movies, or even play with dolls, you have surely heard the voice of Aria Noelle Curzon.  

Miss Curzon has achieved much success in many fields and genres of the entertainment industry. Her passion for performance is vast and has brought her to share the screen and stage (and animation reels) with many entertainers such as Helen Hunt, Cameryn Manheim, Bernadette Peters, Rosanna Arquette, Martin Short, Frank Langella, Randy Travis, Hulk Hogan, Michael York, Michelle Pfeifer, Val Kilmer, Jeff Goldblum, Danny Glover, Steve Martin, Patrick Stewart, Kris Kristopherson, Sandra Bullock, Rascal Flatts, Toby Keith, Cindy Lauper and legendary voice actor Frank Welker.

Miss Curzon has studied extensively with many acting coaches and through Groundlings School of Improv and Improv Theatre Company. She has received many awards for her performances  including five nominations and three wins at the Young Artist of Hollywood awards, two CARE awards, and the Clio award for her performance in the PSA’s, “I’m Nobody”, for the United Way.

In addition to acting, Aria is an avid dancer and has excelled at many styles, including tap, jazz, hip hop, ballroom, and is a prize-winning Irish dancer. She has also expanded her skills into the world of music with special focus on voice and violin. Irish dancing led Miss Curzon to the fiddle/violin at the age of 16. She currently studies with increasingly-popular violinist Alex DePue and has already performed and recorded with several recording artists.

Aside from performing, Aria has aided many charitable organizations; helping to build houses with Habitat for Humanity, spending time with kids who have terminal illnesses through organizations like Candlelighters and The Make a Wish Foundation and Fresh Start, a charity which gives free surgical procedures to children born with birth defects.

You can follow Aria on Twitter by following @AriaNCurzon, and also check out her Facebook Fan Page at:

For Booking Info, please Contact: The Fiddler LLC at [email protected] 

From Alex:

“Then… (aghemm) then… there is the centerpiece for what I call merely “another night at the office”, but shhh… because since she has been involved in my life, and after begging her on my knees to please be my wife (wow that rhymed)… Miss Aria Noelle Curzon will be entertaining you on May 5th, as well. She will sing, she will talk, and she’ll… like… DO stuff. By the end of the night, if you don’t love her, too, then, well… I quit. You’ll just have to hear for yourself.

She is a disgusting talent, folks. We musicians often describe the talents of others by using more negative terms (out of frustration) and I’m tellin’ ya, Aria is just downright NASTY with her voice. It’s the kind of talent… it’s the kind of SOUND… that just might send you over the edge, into the fantasy land you’ve always imagined, never to return again. Aria has been experimenting with different timbres from her own instrument, her voice, and rumor has it that she just might also be performing a work for you on the VIOLIN that night, too!

We’ve set May 5th as the goal for her first public performance on the violin, and for this, she is preparing the Violin Concerto in Am by J.S. Bach. (Mvt. I)

I’m including Aria’s bio below, because if I don’t tell ya this stuff, well then you’d never know. She’s kinda shy about it all…” – Alex DePue


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