Appreciating the Amazing Voice Work of Laura Bailey

TVOvermind | 6/12/2018 | Tom
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If there’s a record for the number of voice roles that’s ever been done by a single person then Laura Bailey surely is in the running for that honor. By watching the clip above you can get an idea of the kind of work she’s been doing for so long, but really the clip is only a small sampling of the overall magnificence that’s been her career since 1999 when she first got started. The first voice roll she did was for Dragonball Z as Kid Trunks. From that point on she’s been on fire and has been in high demand obviously since she’s got a list of roles to her name that is longer than the filmography of many individuals that have been in Hollywood for a decade or more. She’s voiced a small host of iconic characters and many others that are possibly only known by fans of the games, anime, and animated films/TV that they come from, giving her a wide range to work from. While her voice is still distinctive enough to be recognized she does have the talent needed to modulate it and change it just enough to fit each character, which is tough to think about since there are a LOT of characters that she’s done work for.

Some of the voices she’s done are very well known.

Laura - Bun-wearing - Chun - Li - Street

Laura voiced the famous bun-wearing, heavy-hitting Chun Li from the Street Fighter games when she was finally given a real voice, and has done so for several games. She’s also lent her voice to a Star Wars game as well as Soulcalibur V and several others. Again it’s all dependent on what a person watches and what kind of games they’re into when it comes to whether or not they would be able to pick her voice out...
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