Kathryn Felicia Day (born June 28, 1979) is an American actress, gamer, independent filmmaker, and total nerd. Her best known early television role was the Potential Slayer Vi on the final season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, though this may have been eclipsed by her recurring guest role of Charlie Bradbury in recent seasons of Supernatural; she appeared as Penny in Joss Whedon's Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog and starred as Cyd "Codex" Sherman in the popular web series The Guild (which she also created and wrote). In addition to being an actress and writer, she's also extremely smart; she was a National Merit scholar, began college at 16, and double-majored in mathematics and music at the University of Texas at Austin, graduating in the top 4% of her class. In 2012, she co-founded Geek & Sundry, which produces and publishes a wide variety of geeky web-videos. On August 11, 2015, she released her memoir, "You're Never Weird on The Internet (Almost)". Much to Felicia's surprise, the book was a notable success, reaching #4 on the U.K. bestsellers list, and #3 on the prestigious New York Times bestseller list.
On January 3, 2017, Felicia revealed a secret she'd kept for over thirty-seven weeks by posting a surprising announcement on Twitter: that she was pregnant with her first child. She gave birth on January 30, naming her daughter Calliope Maeve.
Notable Felicia Day roles:
- Penny, fellow... laundry... person, in Dr. Horrible.
- Vi, Potential Slayer in Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 7. Also featured in the season 8 comics.
- Creator and star of The Guild as Cyd "Codex" Sherman.
- Guild co-star Sandeep Parikh's web series The Legend of Neil, as a hilariously nymphomaniacal fairy who forces Neil (Link) into a lot of sex to recharge his health meter.
- Dollhouse as Mag, a survivor of the post-apocalyptic future in "Epitaph One" and "Epitaph Two".
- Veronica Renata Santangelo in Fallout: New Vegas.
- Zojja in Guild Wars 2
- Dr. Holly Martin in Eureka
- Tallis, an elven rogue in the Dragon Age universe. She stars as Tallis in the Web Series Dragon Age: Redemption, as well as in Dragon Age II DLC Mark of the Assassin (as an Ink-Suit Actor).
- Executive producer of Geek & Sundry. A YouTube premium channel/variety show of nerdy goodness (and Wil Wheaton)
- Charlie Bradbury in Supernatural.
- Virginia Sullivan/Red in Red: Werewolf Hunter
- Kinga Forrester, a Mad Scientist in Joel Hodgson's Mystery Science Theater 3000 reboot.
- Cynder the dragoness in season 2 of Skylanders Academy (Cynder having previously appeared in the Skylanders games and originated in The Legend of Spyro).
- Angela, Oscar's girlfriend on Fish Hooks.
- Betty, Simon's girlfriend from the past, on the final season of Adventure Time (replacing Lena Dunham)
- Pear Butter/Buttercup, Applejack and her siblings' Missing Mom in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
- Grendle, a video game antagonist on Miles from Tomorrowland , and one of the few villainous roles she's done
- Erika on Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters
- Violet Oberon on Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
- Adorkable: She often plays this attitude up when presenting "as herself" to the camera, such as in The Flog segments of Geek and Sundry, or when playing characters she writes for herself, such as Codex in The Guild. Typically this takes the form awkward pauses, walking back lines, embarrassed laughter, and other such things that are left edited into an otherwise scripted sequence.
- Bi the Way: Many of her characters are either this or just lesbians.Charlie: I can't. He's not my type.
Dean: You're gonna have to play through that.
Charlie: As in, he's not a girl.
- Cute Kitten: She has been known to post links to kitty pics on her Twitter quite frequently.
- Gamer Chick: Her two-year addiction to World of Warcraft was what inspired her to create The Guild. Since Geek & Sundry launched (and even moreso since her daughter was born) she doesn't have as much time to play anymore, but every time a new A-list RPG comes out, her Twitter feed fairly explodes with anticipation. And in May 2017, she revealed she's playing Cynder the dragoness, who originated in The Legend of Spyro games and is migrating to a new TV series.
- Genki Girl: The vast majority of her roles.
- Ink-Suit Actor: As Guest-Star Party Member Tallis in Dragon Age II DLC.
- Squee!: Her response to discovering the website zooborns.com in this episode of the Flog.
- That Came Out Wrong:
"Whoa, I'm getting so narrow I can't even keep my finger in here. *realizes what she says and begins to lose it* That was not meant to be dirty!"
- During a Flog segment where she was learning how to crochet, Felicia made the opening in the item she was crafting too small.
Felicia: I didn't mean that! Fuck you! Who would put "rub" there?! Have you — in the history — in the history of video games, have you ever seen —Ryon: *laughing* Look, Milton Bradley was new at this, okay?
- During the 2008 Comic Con panel for Dr. Horrible, when asked a question, she said she hadn't heard because, "I'm twittering under here." She didn't recognize the Double Entendre until the audience laughed and Neil Patrick Harris had some fun at her expense. As she noted in her book, Twitter wasn't all that well-known yet, so at least some portion of the audience probably had no idea what she was saying, just that it sounded dirty out of context.
- While reviewing her performance in Mark of the Assassin, she called it "Playing with herself" and while it was meant to be a deliberate Double Entendre, she couldn't stop cracking up during delivery.
- While doing a Lets Play of Marble Madness with her brother Ryon, Ryon misspelled the player name he was trying to type and had to erase some letters. Except in Marble Madness the erase button is labeled "RUB". Felicia then advised her brother to "Rub it out". Cue a spit-take by Felicia and a giggling fit from Ryon.
- Toilet Humor: The woman LOVES fart jokes.
- Case in point: She uploaded a YouTube video called Felicia Makes Fart Sounds with Her Mouth. It's Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- Another case in point: This episode of The Flog. Theremins make fart sounds, which Felicia milks for all it's worth.
- In Co-optitude, a Geek & Sundry show where she plays retro games with her brother Ryon, they quickly developed the habit of naming their characters (when they could) Anuss (with a double "s") and Poopiez.