BEVERLEY STAUNTON is one of the music industry’s most versatile and sought out vocalists. You can hear her from radio to television, the big screen to small and everything in between. She is one of the original lead singers on Dancing With The Stars and stayed on for 17 seasons!


Recently, Beverley sang and performed in the live music video shoot for the Justin Timberlake/Chris Stapleton duet, Say Something. She sang on the movies Coco (Pixar) and Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One (Warner Bros.). Beverley has also lent her vocal talent to such currently running animated shows as We Bare Bears, Pickle N Peanut, and Big Hero 6, soon to air on Disney. She has also helped vocal direct actors for Disney Jr’s Sophia The First.


Whether she’s singing vocals on recordings with: Bette Midler, Michael Buble, Julio Iglesias, Jessica Simpson, Barry Manilow, Jackie Evancho, Kristin Chenoweth or taking the lead on various children’s CD’s for Disney Records, it’s easy to hear Beverley’s range, power and perfection.


Not just limited to the studio, Beverley has sung backups for artists such as: Kelly Clarkson, Lionel Ritchie, Nelly Furtado, Martina McBride, Dionne Warwick, and James Taylor.


Television audiences were treated to Beverley’s musical talents on such shows as: American Idol, The Voice, The Tonight Show, David Letterman, Good Morning America, Canada AM, Regis & Kelly, Top of the Pops, Extra, Grease:You’re The One That I Want, and America’s Got Talent. You can also hear Beverley’s remarkable voice on animated shows like “The Emperor’s New School” (ABC), “Kimpossible” (Disney), Seth Green’s “Robot Chicken” (Cartoon Network), Phineas & Ferb (Disney) and movies such as Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax (Universal), Norbit (Dreamworks), and Blades of Glory (Dreamworks).


You can also hear Beverley’s voice at various theme parks, most notably Tokyo Disney Sea and Universal Studios Japan.


Originally from Montreal, Canada, Beverley’s magnetic performances started at an early age, where she essentially grew up on stage and television. By the time she was a young adult she had become one of Canada’s top live and session singers. Now residing in Los Angeles, Beverley has quickly found her place among the city’s top vocalists.