Laura Bailey is an American voice artist who provided her voice to the anime series and video games. Besides this, she had also worked as a director as well as a line producer.

Quick Info 
Full nameLaura Bailey
Date of BirthMay 28, 1981
Birth PlaceMississippi, U.S.
OccupationVoice Actress, Voice Director
Spouse(s)Travis Willingham ​(m. 2011)
Net worthUS $1 million

 

Personal Life and relationship

Laura Bailey was born on May 28, 1981, in Mississippi, U.S., where she was also known by the name Elle Deets. After being an adult, he married the famous voice actor Travis Willingham on September 25, 2011. They also had a son born in 2018, where his husband had posted the status expressing his happiness when their son was born. They name their son Ronin Willingham.

Laura Bailey

Nationality and Physical Stats

As Laura Bailey was born in the United States, she holds an American nationality from a white ethnic background. Laura Bailey is 5 feet 5 inches with a weight of 54kg. Her body structure is 34-25-35, and she is now 39 years old.

Early Life and Education

In Laura Bailey’s early life, she used to live with her roommates where. Her roommate is a voice actress Colleen Clinkenbeard. They both worked in Funimation, which is known as an American entertainment company. Bailey. She became interested in being a voice actress after watching Dawson’s Creek, an American drama. She had also appeared in the theatre program at Collin County Community college in Plano, Texas. After joining the college, she had attended the production of the plays “Suburbia,” “Through a Glass Onion,” and “Don’t Rock the Jukebox.” 

Career

Laura Bailey started her career when her college friend Kent Williams known as a voice actor, had invited her to participate in an audition for “Funimation” while preparing for “Dragon Ball Z.” which is a Japanese anime television series that was produced by Toei Animation.

After that, she was selected, and she provided her voice-over Kid Trunks on “Dragon Ball Z.” The used the raspy voice for the character Kid Trunks. After that, she offered her voice in “Blue Gender” anime to Marlene Angel, her first project not related to the “Dragon Ball” world.

She has also worked in a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi, where the series told Yusuke Urameshi, a teenager. In this drama, she voiced Yukimura’s character, the fictional character, and Cartoon Network broadcasted the series.

Laura Bailey

Later, Laura Bailey was offered to provide the voice-over Tohru Honda, which is the fictional character of Fruits Basket, which is also called Fruba and Furuba, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Natsuki Takaya.

When she was playing Tohru Honda, she was inspired and motivated by her character, the way she does fun and enjoys her moment with joy and her positive attitude made Bailey remain positive in her life. She also knew how to be happy in her life.

After completing her previous work, she has been seen providing her voice over the Sana Kurata. The fictional character from the Japanese series “Kodomo no Omocha “was released in 1995 on December 16. 

 She worked for Funimation for four years, where she left the company after she started ADR directing. Further, she worked on the anime “Blue Gender: The Warrior,” co-directed and co-written by Ryosuke Takahashi. It was broadcasted in Japan from the year 1999 to the year 2000.

She was also seen in some of the Case Closed episodes, which can also be known as Detective Conan. The Japanese detective manga series was written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama and had been serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday since Januar.”.”.”1994. In the same series, she had also provided her voice-over Henrietta, which even one of the characters from the series.

After that, she was seen co-directing the parts of the Kodocha, which a Japanese manga series. She had also done line producer for the Funimation dub of Shin-Chan, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshito Usui, and Shin Chan is also known as Crayon Shin-chan. This anime has the adventures of the five-year-old Shinnosuke “Shin” Nohara and his parents. This is one of the popular anime that many children, young and adult people love to watch; this animated series that was interesting and included human life and nature was also included in the Shin-Chan. 

Laura Bailey had also voiced in the video games, including “BloodRayne” as a Rayne, “World of Warcraft” as Jaina Proudmoore, as well as in Heroes of the storm, “Street Fighter” as Chun-Li, and more. Later, she also provided her voice to “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” where she gave her voice over Dagna the Archanist and Bianca. Finally, in the video game “Fire Emblem Awakening,” she provided her voice over the fictional character Lucina.

Laura Bailey

After that, “Final Fantasy XIII” as Serah Farron and Serana in “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim- Downguard.” After that, she voiced over the video games, which consists of “Infamous Second Son,” “Infamous First Light,” “Tales from the Borderlands,” “Uncharted 4: A Thiefs End,” and also “Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.” Besides, she was also seen in the “The Last of Us Part II” and “Gears of War 4 and Gears 5.

Laura Bailey also provided her voice as Catwoman in “Batman: The Telltale” Series and in “Injustice 2” in Supergirl, where she had also voiced in” Spider-Man” as well as in Black Window. Besides, she was also cast in the series “Critical Role.”

Net Worth

Working as a voice actress and a voice director, Laura Bailey’s estimated net worth is $1 million.

 

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