Laura Bailey

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Laura Bailey is an award-winning Los Angeles-based voice actor known for her roles in animation and video games, as well as the massively popular hit show and media brand, Critical Role.

Critical Role has become one of the most popular storytelling and world building independent media companies in the world, and Laura plays a pivotal role within the company as a co-founder, primary cast member for the flagship show and executive producer of The Legend of Vox Machina animated series which will air exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

Laura got her start in video games nearly 20 years ago and has since gone on to become one of the most prolific voice actors in the industry today, having worked on hundreds of titles. Some of Laura’s notable roles include Abby in The Last of Us: Part II, Kait Diaz in the Gears of War franchise, Spartan Vale in the Halo franchise, Jaina Proudmoore in World of Warcraft, Fetch in the Infamous series, Supergirl in Injustice 2, Eltariel in Middle Earth: Shadow of War, The Boss in Saints Row 3 and 4, Catwoman in Batman: The Telltale Series, and Fiona in Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands, among others.

Laura also lends her talents to several animated series, including Marvel’s Avenger Assemble as 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, The PowerPuff Girls, and others. Laura is also known for her work with popular anime studio Funimation, where she had roles in major titles including the Dragon Ball Z franchise as Trunks, Fruits Basket as Tohru Honda, Kureyon Shin-chan as Shin-Chan, Fullmetal Alchemist as Lust, Soul Eater as Maka Albarn and Yu Yu Hakusho as Keiko Yukimura.

Laura won her first BAFTA in 2021, being named Best Performer in a Leading Role at the BAFTA Games Awards. She is also the Best Performance recipient of the 2020 The Game Awards for her role as Abby in The Last of Us: Part II. Other accolades include winning five BTVA People’s Choice Voice Acting Awards (including two Voice Actress of the Year wins and Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Video Game), two BTVA Anime Dub Television/OVA Voice Acting Awards, two BTVA Video Game Voice Acting Awards, two BTVA Anime Dub Movie/Special Voice Acting Awards and a NAVGTR Award.

Laura can be found on Twitter at @LauraBaileyVO.

Profile art by the lovely and very talented Critter artist Meg (@Megzilla87).

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