‘Real Life’ Mermaid Melissa & ‘Vampire Diaries’ Composer Mike Suby

Mermaid Melissa is the only woman in the world legally named Mermaid!

This extraordinary one-of-a-kind dedication to her aquatic lifestyle is used for promoting ocean education through underwater entertainment. Her slogan? “Let’s help save the oceans before all creatures become mythical.” She makes appearances around the world performing underwater breath hold showcases (her longest being 5 minutes) with a licensed Mermaid Entertainment Aquatic Company. This talented team includes trained professional mermaids, mermen, and pirates. With hands on experience as a professional free diver, Melissa’s resume includes: live featured performances in aquariums, poolside parties, marketing promotions for companies, and VIP events for clients. Click on the “Hire A Mermaid” page and email for inquires and verified credentials since 2005!
 

Mike Suby is a composer for television and film, known for creating bold, rich scores that embody complex and evolving emotions and story lines.

Suby is accomplished in a multitude of genres and has composed for more than 300 television episodes, shorts and films. Mike composes the music for fan-favorite shows such as ABC Family’s mystery-thriller “Pretty Little Liars,” starring Lucy Hale, Troian Bellisario and Ian Harding, CW’s hit “Vampire Diaries,” starring Ian Somerholder and Nina Dobrev, and “The Originals,” starring Joseph Morgan. He has also scored reality shows such as Lifetime’s “Project Runway” and E!’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” and will be working on the upcoming ABC Family transgender docu-series, “Becoming Us.” His breakout project was New Line Cinema’s “The Butterfly Effect,” starring Ashton Kutcher and Amy Smart in 2004.  Since then, Mike went on to score for dramas, fantasy, horror, comedy and reality. A few of his credits include Seth Green and Matthew Senreich’s Emmy Award-winning TV series “Robot Chicken,” as well as “The Scholar,”“The Zodiac,” New Line Cinema’s “The Butterfly Effect 2,”“The Courier,” E!’s “Living Lohan” and “Kourtney & Kim Take Miami,” and ABC Family’s “Kyle XY“ and “Make It or Break It.”

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