Laura Bailey Information

Laura Bailey

Laura Bailey

Los Angeles, CA

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From super powered vigilante to spartan to ice wielding wizard, Laura Bailey has brought to life a plethora of fan favorite characters.

Laura got her start in video games almost two decades ago and has since gone on to become one of the most prolific voice actresses in the industry today, having worked on hundreds of titles. In these past few years alone, you may know Laura as Nadine Ross in the Uncharted series, Spartan Vale in the Halo franchise, Jaina Poudmoore in World of Warcraft, Fetch in Sucker Punch's Infamous Series, Supergirl of Injustice 2, Eltariel from Middle Earth: Shadow of War, The Boss in Saints Row 3 and 4, Catwoman in Batman: The Telltale Series, Fiona in Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands, the yet unnamed mysterious powerhouse coming soon in Naughty Dog's The Last of Us II, and as revealed recently, Laura will be returning to take the helm in Gears of War 5 as Kait Diaz.

In addition to video games, Laura lends her talents to several animated series, including Marvel's Avenger Assemble as the voice of Black Widow, Marvel's Spider-Man as Gwen Stacy, Constantine: City of Demons as The Night Nurse, as well as roles in Rick and Morty, Pickle and Peanut, Guardians of the Galaxy, RWBY, ThePowerPuff Girls, and others. While she lives in Los Angeles now, Laura started her voice career in Dallas, Texas at the popular anime studio Funimation. While there, Laura worked on many popular titles such as DragonBall Z, Fruits Basket, Shin-Chan, Full Metal Alchemist, Soul Eater, and Yu Yu Hakusho.

Laura is thrilled to sit at the table with her friends every Thursday night on Critical Role. You can catch her exploits with Vox Machina as the half-elf ranger, Vex'ahlia - or with the Mighty Nein as Jester, the tricky tiefling cleric.

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