Jennifer Hale

Voice Actress

Jennifer Hale was born in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada on January 1st, 1965 and is the Voice Actress. At the age of 59, Jennifer Hale biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1965
Canada, United States
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
59 years old
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Jennifer Hale Life

Jennifer Hale is a Canadian-American voice actress, known for her work in video game series including Baldur's Gate, Mass Effect, Metal Gear Solid, BioShock Infinite, Metroid Prime, Overwatch, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

In 2013, she was chosen by Guinness World Records as "the most prolific video game voice actor (female)".Hale is featured in animation such as Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, The Powerpuff Girls, Codename: Kids Next Door, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Brandy & Mr. Whiskers, Avatar: The Last Airbender as well as its continuation The Legend of Korra and Totally Spies!.

She also voices Cinderella and Princess Aurora in some of the Disney Princess media of the 2000s and 2010s.

Early life

Hale was born in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Her mother was what she called "a wandering master's degree pursuer" and her stepfather was a microbiologist. She later told Tom Bissell of The New Yorker that her biological father, James Learning, was an outdoorsman who was also a prominent NunatuKavut elder and environmental activist. She would later call for support to free her father, who had advanced cancer, after he was imprisoned for refusing to sign an injunction to stay away from Muskrat Falls in 2017. Hale has a paternal half-sister, Carren Dujela, who works at the University of Victoria. She moved to the U.S. as a child and grew up in Alabama, mainly in Birmingham and Montgomery.

When Hale was a teenager, she got a voice-over spot at a local radio station, being paid $35 just to talk. In 1982, she graduated from Alabama School of Fine Arts, where she was in the theater department and was interested in being in a rock band. She stated, "I started doing voice-over to pay for life and a PA system and everything else, and ended up that just sort of took over, acting took over." While in high school, she did more voice-over work for commercials, and also worked as a production assistant at age 17. She attended Birmingham–Southern College, where she found the program's style was broader than what she wanted to do, and realized that she was more interested in film acting than theater acting. She graduated with a business degree. She began working as an actress and continued doing voice-overs, commuting frequently between Birmingham and Atlanta, Georgia.


Jennifer Hale Career


Hale's first big break in acting came in 1988 for the made-for-television film A Father's Homecoming, which was an NBC movie of the week. She was also chosen from a group of about six thousand girls in a nationwide search to appear in multiple episodes of the Santa Barbara soap opera television series. She later moved to Los Angeles, where she appeared on shows such as Melrose Place, ER, and Charmed. Ivy, the main character in Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego's first major voice-over role in cartoons. It was based on the computer game series. She wanted more classes and preparation as it was her first cartoon appearance. Several seasons before the show's last broadcast in 1999. Hale loved the initiative, noting that it was one of the first network TV cartoons to satisfy the educational requirements. "There were ten cast members, [two] of whom were girls, and we blew stuff up and cartoon maimed each week." Hale's next animation venture was Skeleton Warriors.

Hale had the opportunity to do her first voice-over for a video game as a result of the creation of a tie-in video game for Carmen Sandiego. Her time with the game was described as a "very frustrating experience" because it needed a lot more lines and time than the show did. BioWare's Baldur's Gate series featured several characters in Mass Effect and other games, with some leading to major roles in Mass Effect and other franchises. She has appeared in several other cartoons. Felicia Hardy/Black Cat in Spider-Man, the first in a long line of Marvel Comics characters she has portrayed. She appears in numerous Disney films, as well as singing Dory from Finding Nemo in the Disney parks, as Ellen DeGeneres. In the short-lived Stuart Little TV series, Hale portrayed Mrs. Little in 2003.

In the French- and Canadian-produced animated television series Totally Spies, Hale has played lead character Sam and rival character Mandy. "I'm so grateful that David (Michel, creator and producer), Jamie (Simone, voice director), and everyone else invited me to attend the show, it's been one of my absolute favorite experiences," she said in a 2004 interview. Sam is described as "smart and adventurous," but now you get a glimpse of her wacky side and her girly side, as well," and Mandy as a "total snot," which is amusing." She appeared on the two characters as well as others for the show's six seasons and its film version.

In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Hale voiced Bastila Shan, and the Sith Lords returned for a brief appearance in the sequel Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II. In Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, she later spoke to Jaden Korr's female version. Hale of the Republic Trooper Female, as well as the recurring NPC Jedi Grand Master Satele Shan, all in the BioWare MMOPRG Star Wars: The Old Republic. In the role-playing computer game Planescape: Torment, Hale interpreted the voices of Fall-from-Grace and Deionarra. In all three games of Samus Aran's Metroid Prime trilogy, she is also known as the "voice" of the player, yelling screams and screams as the player moves and takes responsibility. Hale is also known for his appearances in the Metal Gear Solid series (Naomi Hunter in Metal Gear Solid and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots and Emma Emmerich in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty).

Hale appeared in Wolverine and the X-Men and Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds as well as a small part in Swat Kats. Jennifer Mui, a British mercenary, appeared in Mercenaries 2: Playground of Destruction and Mercenaries 2: The World in Flames. Ms. Marvel's Voice on Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Samantha Danvers, appeared in 2011. In BioShock Infinite, she played Leah in Diablo III and Rosalind Lutece played Rosalind Lutece. In BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition, Hale also played Krem. Inquisition was also a member of the Krem party.

Hale was chosen to play Commander Shepard, the main protagonist in the Mass Effect series. Although she is not a gamer, she has stated that she is extremely interested in "creating" the stories of video games. Hale does object to certain lines that seem out of place in other works, but she prefers not to muddle with the terms for Shepard and BioWare. Despite the fact that only 18% of players registered to play as a female Shepard in Mass Effect 2, fandom for her character soared, prompting her to the fan-driven name "FemShep" and an e-mail campaign to place her image on the front of Mass Effect 3. At the 2010 Spike Video Game Awards for "Best Performance by a Human Female," she was nominated for Mass Effect 3.


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