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PONYO

At the age of 8, NOAH CYRUS (Ponyo) is already making her mark on film and television. Born on January 8, 2000, in Franklin, Tenn., Cyrus hails from a family of entertainers and is the youngest daughter of country superstar Billy Ray Cyrus.

Cyrus began acting at the age of 3, playing Gracie Hebert in her father's television series "Doc.” Since then, she has made several guest appearances on Disney Channel's hit series "Hannah Montana,” as well as "The Emperor's New School.” She also appeared in "Mostly Ghostly,” based on the popular book by R.L. Stine. Cyrus makes her feature-film debut in "PONYO,” an animated motion picture by acclaimed Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki. Cyrus is the voice of Ponyo, a goldfish who longs to be human. She recorded a song for the film, along with costar Frankie Jonas.

In addition, Cyrus is co-host of the popular YouTube show "The Noah & Em's Show,” along with best friend Emily Grace Reaves.

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