January 30, 1972 |
Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
|Residence||Los Angeles, California|
|Other names||Carren Learning|
|Citizenship||Canada and United States|
|Alma mater||Birmingham-Southern College|
|Home town||Birmingham, Alabama|
|Spouse(s)||Barry Oswick (m. 2009)|
Jennifer Hale (born January 30, 1972) is a Canadian-American actress and voice actress best known for her work in video game franchises including Baldur's Gate, Mass Effect, Metroid Prime, Metal Gear Solid, Spider-Man, Bioshock Infinite, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. In 2013, she was recognized by Guinness World Records for "the most prolific video game voice actor (female)".
In addition to video games, Hale provides the voice for a number of cartoons including 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/The Legend of Korra, and Totally Spies!. She has provided the voice of Cinderella and Princess Aurora in various Disney Princess projects, including its direct-to-video sequels and merchandise.
Hale was born in Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada in 1972. Her mother was what she called "a wandering master's degree pursuer", and her stepfather was a microbiologist. In an interview with Tom Bissell of The New Yorker, she revealed that her biological father was an outdoorsman. She grew up in the American South, residing mainly in Montgomery and Birmingham, Alabama. When she was a teenager, she got a voice-over spot at a local radio station where she was paid 35 dollars just for talking. She studied at the Alabama School of Fine Arts where she was in the theatre department and had interests in being in a rock band: "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 at age 17, she also worked as a production assistant. She attended Birmingham-Southern College, where she found the program's style was broader than what she wanted to do, and she was more interested in film acting than theatre acting; she graduated there with a business degree. She worked as an actress and continued doing voice-overs, commuting frequently between Birmingham and Atlanta, Georgia.
Her first big break in acting was in 1988 for the made-for-television movie A Father's Homecoming, which was a NBC movie of the week. She was also selected among a group of about six thousand girls in a nationwide search to be in several episodes of the Santa Barbara soap opera television series. After doing more regional work, she eventually moved to Los Angeles, where she took on sporadic guest roles typical for young actresses on shows such as Melrose Place, ER, and Charmed. Her first major voice-over role in cartoons was the main character Ivy in Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? which was based on the computer game series. As it was her first cartoon, she sought extra classes and training. The show spanned multiple seasons until its final broadcast in 1999. Hale enjoyed the project and noted that it was one of the first network TV cartoons that met the educational requirements. Hale's next animation project was Skeleton Warriors where "there were ten cast members, [two] of whom were girls, and we blew stuff up and cartoon maimed each other every week." The development of a tie-in video game for Carmen Sandiego gave her the opportunity to do her first ever voice-over for a video game. She describes her time with the game as a "really confusing experience" as it required a lot more lines and time than the show did. Her next major video game was with BioWare on their Baldur's Gate series on various roles, which would eventually lead to large roles in Mass Effect and other titles.
Hale has been involved in many other cartoons. In 1994, she was cast as Felicia Hardy/Black Cat in Spider-Man, the first in a long line of Marvel Comics characters she has voiced. She plays Cinderella and Princess Aurora in various Disney projects. In 2003, Hale voiced Mrs. Little in the short-lived Stuart Little: The Animated Series.
Hale has provided the voice of lead character Sam and rival character Mandy in the French and Canadian produced animated television series Totally Spies. In a 2004 interview, she said "I'm so happy that David (Michel, creator and producer), Jamie (Simone, voice director) and everyone gave me the opportunity to be part of the show, it's been one of my absolute favorite experiences." She describes Sam as "smart and adventurous, but now you see more of her wacky side and her girly side as well," and Mandy as a "total snot, which is fun too."  She voiced the two characters as well as others for the show's six seasons and its feature movie.
She voiced Bastila Shan in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and returned for a brief appearance in the sequel Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords. She later voiced the female version of Jaden Korr in Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. In the BioWare MMOPRG Star Wars: The Old Republic, Hale voiced the Republic Trooper Female as well as the recurring NPC Jedi Grand Master Satele Shan. Hale also voiced Bastila Shan in cameo role during the game's Jedi Consular storyline. Hale interpreted the voices of Fall-From-Grace and Deionarra in the computer-role-playing-game Planescape: Torment. She is also known as the "voice" of Samus Aran in all three games in the Metroid Prime trilogy, providing grunts and screams as the player moves and takes damage. Hale is also known for playing several voices 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 was also the voice of Jean Grey in Wolverine and the X-Men and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds as well as a small role in Swat Kats. She also voiced British mercenary Jennifer Mui in Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction and Mercenaries 2: World in Flames. In 2011, she was the voice of Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) on Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. She provided the voice of Leah in Diablo III, and appeared as Rosalind Lutece in Bioshock Infinite. Notably, Hale played the role of Krem, a trans man character in BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Hale was selected to voice Commander Shepard, the main player character in the Mass Effect series. She had said that she is very invested in helping to "create" the stories of video games, though she herself is not a gamer. Although Hale does object to certain lines if they seem out-of-character in other works, she prefers not to mess with the words for Shepard and BioWare. Although reports showed that only 18% of players chose to play as a female Shepard in Mass Effect 2, vocal support for her character was high, leading to the fan-driven nickname "FemShep", and an e-mail campaign to put her character on the cover of Mass Effect 3. She was nominated for "Best Performance by a Human Female" at the 2010 Spike Video Game Awards, in 2012, she was nominated again for Mass Effect 3.
In an interview with The Geek Forge regarding her influences, Hale cited her peers in the voice acting world including Dee Baker, Frank Welker, Grey DeLisle, Tress MacNeille, Kath Soucie, April Winchell, and especially Phil LaMarr. She also admires the work of Edward James Olmos and Mary McDonnell in the Battlestar Galactica series, and Judi Dench's film and theater roles. Her peers and critics have noted her versatility in her roles: Michael Abbott, a professor at Wabash College who blogs about video games, said that she has made herself untraceable despite having voiced dozens of roles. Tom Bissell has noted that she has been referred as "a kind of Meryl Streep of the form". In another interview she said, "I love the anonymity. I could walk through Comic Con, and no matter how many people who might be a fan of what I do, we’re in proximity and no one knew. I’m invisible. If I’d have done as many on-camera roles as I’ve done voiceover I couldn’t go to the grocery store in peace." Hale also stated in the same interview that "as cheesy as it sounds, the player is the star of the game. That’s the beauty of games – that it’s you that inhabits it. It’s not about someone else, it’s about that you get to be that person, and if I do my job right, I as a person disappear. Your experience is primary."
Hale married Barry Oswick in 2009, and lives in the Los Angeles area. She has a son. She has several pets. She enjoys the outdoors and has mentioned that she might have become an architect, because she likes to redo houses. Although she voices in a lot of video games, she said that she did not play any until her interview with Tom Bissell for The New Yorker, where she played Mass Effect for the first time. She has mentioned that she wasn't even allowed to watch cartoons when she was a kid. Her hobbies include horses; she has mentioned being a part of the local evacuation response team that rescues them from advancing brush fires.
Animation and television voice-over
|1993||The Pink Panther||Additional Voices|
|1993||Sonic the Hedgehog||Additional Voices|
|1994–98||Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?||Ivy||First major voice-over role|||
|1994||Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron||Turmoil’s Lieutenant||Ep. "Cry Turmoil/SWAT Kats Unplugged"|
|1994–95||Skeleton Warriors||Jennifer Steele/Talyn||Second major voice role in a cartoon.|||
|1995||The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat||Additional voices|
|1995||Phantom 2040||Analytical||Ep. "Life Lessons", "The Sins of the Father"|||
|1995–96||Iron Man||Julia Carpenter/Spiderwoman, Ghost|||
|1995–96||The Savage Dragon||She-Dragon||Grouped under Additional Voices|||
|1995–96||Biker Mice from Mars||Harley|
|1995–97||Spider-Man: The Animated Series||Felicia Hardy/Black Cat|
|1996||Bruno the Kid||Leecy Davidson|
|1996–97||Mighty Ducks||Mallory McMallard|||
|1996–97||Adventures from the Book of Virtues||Fairy, Maiden, Mountain Cloud||Ep. "Honesty", "Perseverance"|
|1996–97||The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest||Jessica Bannon|||
|1997||Tamagotchi Video Adventures||Voice actor|
|1997||Pinky and the Brain||Winny||Ep. "You Said a Mouseful/Operation Sea Lion"|
|1997||Cow and Chicken||Various characters|||
|1997–99||Superman: The Animated Series||Various characters||Ep. "The Prometheon", "Little Big Head Man", "Absolute Power"|||
|1997–2000||Johnny Bravo||Various characters|||
|1998||Dexter’s Laboratory||Miss Pimmerwickle, Record, Southern Bell||Ep. "Quiet Riot/Accent You Hate/Catch of the Day"|
|1998–2005||The Powerpuff Girls||Ms. Keane, Princess Morbucks, Mary, others|
|1999||The Chimp Channel||Marina||Animal voice-over|
|1999||Batman Beyond||Jessie||Ep. "Hooked Up"|||
|1999||Detention||Leena||Ep. "Little Miss Popular"|
|1999–2001||Spider-Man Unlimited||Lady Vermin, Haley Wing, Katherine O'Malley, Mary Jane Watson, others|
|1999–2001||Rocket Power||Paula Dullard, others|||
|2000||Sonic Underground||Lydia||Ep. "When in Rome"|
|2001||Jason and the Heroes of Mount Olympus||Additional Voices|
|2001||The Zeta Project||Gloria||Ep. "Kid Genius"|||
|2001–02||House of Mouse||Cinderella, Princess Aurora|
|2001–07||The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy||Gladys (Billy's Mom), others|||
|2001–present||Totally Spies!||Sam, Mandy, others||Grouped under "With the Voice Talents of"|||
|2002||Gotham Girls||Det. Selma Reesedale, Dora Smithy, Caroline Greenway|||
|2003||All Grown Up!||Brett, Diane||Ep. "Coup DeVilleE"|
|2003||Spider-Man: The New Animated Series||Female News Announcer, Female Reporter||Eps. "The Party", "Keeping Secrets"|
|2001–03||Samurai Jack||Various characters|
|2002–06||Justice League||Black Siren, Inza, Giganta, Killer Frost, others|||
|2002–06||What's New, Scooby-Doo||Various characters|
|2002–08||Codename: Kids Next Door||Numbuh 86 / Fanny Fulbright, Mrs. Thompson, others|
|2003–05||Xiaolin Showdown||Katnappe, Ashley|||
|2003–05||Duck Dodgers||Various characters||Eps. "Shiver Me Dodgers", "Good Duck Hunting/Consumption Overruled"|
|2003–06||Stuart Little: The Animated Series||Eleanor Little, Martha Little|
|2003||Fillmore!||Natasha||Ep. "The Currency of Doubt"|||
|2003||Lilo & Stitch: The Series||Additional voices||Ep. "Sinker: Experiment #602"|
|2004||The Batman||Becky||Ep. "The Big Dummy"|||
|2004–05||Megas XLR||Various characters|||
|2005||Kim Possible||Action Hero, Pals girl||Ep. "Dimension Twist"|
|2004–06||Brandy & Mr. Whiskers||Margo, Gina, others|||
|2004–06||Justice League Unlimited||Giganta, Killer Frost, Inza, Zatanna|||
|2005||American Dragon: Jake Long||Various characters||Ep. "Eye of the Beholder", "The Heist"|
|2005–07||Ben 10||Various characters|||
|2005–08||Camp Lazlo||Mrs. McCannon, Misty, Suzie|
|2005–08||Avatar: The Last Airbender||June, Avatar Kyoshi|
|2006||Gloria, Wilma et moi||Gloria|
|2006–07||Class of 3000||Madison, others|||
|2006–07||Legion of Super Heroes||Emerald Empress, Martha Kent, others|||
|2007||Random! Cartoons||Ms. Penelope, Express Mail, Co-Worker #3, Mom||Eps. "Victor", "Sugarfoot"|
|2007||Biker Mice from Mars||Harley||Ep. "Turf Wars"|||
|2008||Back at the Barnyard||Mom||Ep. "Meet the Ferrets"|||
|2008–09||Wolverine and the X-Men||Jean Grey, others|||
|2009||Chowder||Various characters||Ep. "Won Ton Bombs", "The B.L.T.’s/The Trouble with Truffles"|
|2009–10||Star Wars: The Clone Wars||Aayla Secura, Riyo Chuchi, Lolo Purs|
|2009–11||Batman: The Brave and the Bold||Ramona, Zatanna, Poison Ivy, Ice, Killer Frost|||
|2010||Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated||Various characters|
|2010–12||The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes||Carol Danvers, Corrina|||
|2010–13||Regular Show||Veronica, Margaret's Mom, Thomas' Mom||Ep. "Mordecai and the Rigbys", Ep. "Family BBQ", "The Thanksgiving Special"|
|2010||TUFF Puppy||Various characters||Ep. "Chilly Dog/The Doomies"|
|2010–11||G.I. Joe: Renegades||Wendy||Ep. "Dreadnoks Rising", "The Enemy of My Enemy"|||
|2011–13||Green Lantern: The Animated Series||Carol Ferris, Princess Gi'ata, others|||
|2011||X-Men (Marvel Anime)||Jean Grey||English dub|
|2011–12||Generator Rex||Black Knight, others|
|2012||Star Wars Detours||Major Steel|
|2012||Sofia the First||Cinderella, others|||
|2013||Bravoman||Bravo Woman, Additional Voices|||
|2013||Xiaolin Chronicles||Kimiko, Willow (Shadow), Princess Kalia, others|||
|2013||The Legend of Korra||Avatar Kyoshi|||
|2014||Wander Over Yonder||Princess Demurra||Ep. "The Hero"|||
|2014||Turbo FAST||Bride #1, Bride #2, Bride #3|||
|2014||Ben 10: Omniverse||Rojo, Suemungousaur, Lewodan Female|||
|2015||Avengers Assemble||Freya||Ep. "Downgraded"|||
|1999||The New Woody Woodpecker Show||Hinga|
|2001||Time Squad||Josephine Bonaparte|
|2007||El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera||Sophie Jarre, La Skunkette Rouga|
|2007–present||Phineas and Ferb||Carla the Intern|
|2012–13||Motorcity||Foxy||Ep. "The Duke of Detroit"|
|2012||Wreck-It Ralph||Additional Voices|
Direct-to-video and television films
Other voice roles
|2007||Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage||Disney theme park ride|
|2013||Metal Gear Solid: Digital Graphic Novel||Naomi Hunter||Digital graphic novel|||
|1988||A Father's Homecoming||First major acting role|||
|1991||In the Line of Duty: Manhunt in the Dakotas||Mary Ann Kahl|||
|1992||Love Potion No. 9||Catty Woman|
|1993||Camp Wilder||Lisa||Ep. "Love Stinks"|
|1995||Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain||Voice of Adult Beth||Credited as Carren Learning|
|1997||USA High||Mrs. Gower||Ep. "Baby Boom"|
|1998||Unhappily Ever After||Kobe||Ep. "A Movie Show"|
|1998||Saved by the Bell: The New Class||Sue||Ep. "Win, Lose or Cheat"|
|1998||Melrose Place||Executive #1||Ep. "The Rumor Whisperer"|
|1999||Charmed||Carpool Neighbor||Ep. "Morality Bites"|||
|2001||Shrinking Violet||Raven Wells||TV pilot|||
|2008||The Big Bang Theory||News Announcer||Ep. "The Lizard-Spock Expansion"|
|2009||Two and a Half Men||TV Announcer (V.O.)||Ep. "My Son's Enormous Head"|||
|2013||I Know That Voice||Herself||Documentary film on voice acting|||
|2015||Shameless||Karen's Mon||Ep. "Crazy Love"|
- The closing credits do not list the voice actors.
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- "Jennifer Hale, Bringing Southern Charm to Southern California". The Geek Forge. Retrieved 2014-12-30.
- "Jennifer Hale – Resume". Jeff Zannini Celebrity Talent. Retrieved December 26, 2014.
- Bissell, Tom (August 15, 2011). "Voicebox 360: The queen of video-game acting.". The New Yorker.
- Szabo, Barbara (March 7, 2007). "Talent Agent Lectures for Mary Pickford Series". Corsair Newspaper – Santa Monica College 93 (3). Retrieved October 19, 2014 – via California Digital Newspaper Collection.
- "Feature: Girl Power-Up". Guinness World Records 2013: Gamer's Edition. Guinness World Records Ltd. 2012. p. 154. ISBN 9781904994954.
- "Sofia the First". Disney Junior Medianet. Disney Enterprises. Retrieved 2014-12-30.
- Disney Book Group (2013). Disney Princess: Cinderella Read-Along Storybook. ISBN 9781423163589.
- Walker, John (July 27, 2011). "Commanding Shepard: Jennifer Hale Speaks". Rock, Paper, Shotgun. Retrieved May 9, 2013.
- Cullen, Johnny (2013-06-26). "Hale to the Commander". Eurogamer.
- Cox, Kate (March 15, 2012). "The Faces Behind the Voices of Mass Effect 3". Kotaku. Retrieved May 2, 2013.
- "Interview with Jennifer Hale". Geocities.ws. October 4, 2004.
- "Behind The Voice Actors – Jennifer Hale". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved 2014-12-29. – check mark indicates BTVA has verified the entries using screenshots of credits and other confirmed sources
- Cheryll Del Rosario (September 1, 2011). "Interview with Jennifer Hale, the voice of Mass Effect’s FemShep". GamesRadar. Retrieved May 9, 2013.
- Jeff Cork (July 19, 2011). "BioWare Says 18 Percent Of Mass Effect Players Choose Female Shepard". Game Informer. Retrieved May 2, 2013.
- Robert Purchese (July 20, 2011). "BioWare: 18% play Mass Effect FemShep". Eurogamer. Retrieved May 2, 2013.
- Griner, David (2013-04-02). "Why aren't video game actors treated like stars?". Polygon.
- "‘FemShep’ Becoming a Cover Girl for "Mass Effect 3"". IFC.com.
- Nick Chester (November 17, 2010). "Nominees for Spike Video Game Awards 2010 revealed". Destructoid. Archived from the original on October 28, 2012. Retrieved May 12, 2013.
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- Ryan, Wendy; Gouveia, Aaron. "Dream Jobs: Jennifer Hale". Salary.com. Retrieved 2014-12-30.
- CelebSecrets4U (November 11, 2012). Jennifer Hale Interview: "Sofia The First: Once Upon A Princess" Premiere (YOUTUBE).
- "Downgraded". Avengers Assemble. Season 2. Episode 11. February 15, 2015. Disney XD.
- Bjorkman, James. "Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (2001) – Fairy Tale Cinderella Returns in this Fine Disney Movie!". Animated Film Reviews. Retrieved May 15, 2014.
- All Movie Guide. "Cinderella-II-Dreams-Come-True". New York Times. All Media Guide. Retrieved 2014-12-30.
- Perkis, Edward. "Cinderella III: A Twist in Time". Cinema Blend. Retrieved 2014-12-30.
- Lloyd, Robert (January 19, 2009). "Review: 'Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!'". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2011-05-30.
- "The Powerpuff Girls Rule!". The Powerpuff Girls. 2009-01-19. Closing credits. Cartoon Network.
- "Breaking News - Disney Presents Its First Little Girl Princess in "Sofia the First: Once Upon A Princess," an Animated Television Movie Premiering Sunday, November 18 on Disney Channel". The Futon Critic. 2012-09-20.
- Roberts, Hannah (2012-03-04). "Jennifer Hale: Actor who has voiced 129 stunning characters". Daily Mail.
- Shade (October 26, 2000). "Orphen: Scion of Sorcery". Activision. Scene: Closing credits, 2 minutes in, Cast.
- Shiny Entertainment. "Sacrifice". Interplay Entertainment. Scene: Closing credits, 13:38 in, Voice Over Actors.
- Nippon Ichi Software. "La Pucelle: Tactics". Nippon Ichi Software, Mastiff. Scene: Closing credits, 2 minutes in, English Voice Talent.
- Gonzalez, Oscar (2012-03-05). "Jennifer Hale:The Most Difficult Job I've Ever Done". Original-Gamer.com.
- Capcom (April 27, 2004). "Onimusha 3: Demon Siege". Scene: Closing credits, 0:45 in, cast.
- Jennifer Hale confirms she is voicing Catwoman in the video game: Matt: "I'm very familiar with your work, and swore I heard your voice as Catwoman in the 2004 game based on the Halle Berry film. Yes?" Hale: "yep." Jennifer Hale on Twitter. July 7, 2014. Retrieved December 30, 2014.
- Rainbow Studios. "Cars Mater-National Championship". THQ. Scene: Closing credits, 6 minutes in.
- Hill, Kyle (August 11, 2014). "Actress Jennifer Hale Shares How Science Influenced Her on Mass Effect, Bioshock, and More". Nerdist.
- Krome Studios (October 6, 2009). "Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes". LucasArts. Scene: Closing credits, 2:30 in, Voice Talent.
- McCabe, Ian (2014-08-24). "10 Voice Actors You Probably Didn't Notice In Live Action Roles - Page 5 of 11 - 7. Jennifer Hale - Charmed". WhatCulture.
- BioWare (December 20, 2011). "Star Wars: The Old Republic". Electronic Arts, LucasArts. Scene: closing credits, 9:50 in, English Cast.
- Vincent, Brittany (March 21, 2012). "Interview: Jennifer Hale Talks About Voicing FemShep In "Mass Effect 3"". Complex.
- Hale, Jennifer (February 25, 2013). "How to Act in Video Games: Jennifer Hale, ‘Mass Effect 3’". Back Stage. Daniel Lehman.
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- ""Commander Shepard": A Dramatic Reading By Commander Shepard Herself". Game Informer. 2014-08-13.
- "Kinect Star Wars Credits". Microsoft Game Studios. 2012. Retrieved 2014-11-22.
- "Halo 4 Credits". Microsoft Game Studios. Retrieved 2014-11-21.
- "Full Voice Cast for BioShock Infinite Revealed". Irrational Games. 2013-03-15.
- "Behind The Voice Actors – The Last of Us". Behind The Voice Actors.
- Reilly, Jim (2012-05-03). "David Hayter, Jennifer Hale Join République Voice Cast". Game Informer.
- Sterling, Jim (2012-05-04). "Jennifer Hale and David Hayter to voice Republique". Destructoid.
- Eadicicco, Lisa (May 4, 2012). "Mass Effect's Jennifer Hale and Metal Gear Solid's David Hayter Collaborate In New Project: Snake Meets Female Commander Shephard". International Business Times.
- Carmichael, Stephanie (2013-12-19). "Republique: Episode 1 nails a Big Brother vibe but struggles with repetitive stealth-action (review)". VentureBeat.
- Matulef, Jeffrey (2013-09-02). "Broken Age to feature Jack Black and Jennifer Hale". Eurogamer.
- Square Enix. "Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII". Scene: Closing credits, 5 minutes in, Voice Actors, Additional Voices.
- "Elder Scrolls Online Voice Cast Includes John Cleese, Kate Beckinsale, Jennifer Hale and More". GamerZines. 2014-01-23.
- "Meet the Voice Cast for the Elder Scrolls Online". Joystiq. 2014-01-23. references "ESO's Voice Cast Announced". Elder Scrolls Online.com (Press release). 2014-01-23.(registration required)
- Xaviant. "Lichdom: Battlemage". Xaviant. Scene: Closing credits, 3:15 in, Voice Actors.
- Lahti, Evan (2014-11-18). "Lichdom: Battlemage". PC Gamer.
- "Good Game Stories – 16 September 2014 Lichdom: Battlemage". ABC. 2014-09-16.
- Johnson, Leif (2014-08-29). "Lichdom: Battlemage Review – Spell Check". IGN.
- Blizzard Entertainment. "World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor". Scene: Closing credits, 11:30 in, Voice Over Cast.
- BioWare. "Dragon Age: Inquisition" PC. Electronic Arts. Scene: Closing credits, 2:40 in, Additional Voices.
- Weekes, Patrick (2014-12-04). "Building a Character: Cremisius "Krem" Aclassi". Bioware. Retrieved March 5, 2015.
- Intelligent Systems (March 15, 2015). "Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.". Nintendo. Scene: Credits, Voice.
- NetherRealm Studios. "Mortal Kombat X". Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Scene: Credits, 3:30 in, English Voice Talent.
- Brian Chard [bcharred] (April 14, 2015). "Huge thanks to the stellar MKX voice actors: Troy @TroyBakerVA (Shinnok/EBlack/Fujin), Ronald M. Banks (Quan Chi); Ashly Burch (Cassie)..." (Tweet). Retrieved April 21, 2015.
Brian Chard [bcharred] (April 14, 2015). "... Vic Chao (Kenshi/Sektor/Goro); Tom Choi (Liu Kang); Richard @RichardEpcar (Raiden); Jennifer Hale (Tanya); Tricia Helfer (Sonya)..." (Tweet). Retrieved April 21, 2015.
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- "Shrinking Violet Cast Member Jennifer Hale". Shrinking Violet. Paul Guay Productions. 2003. Archived from the original on April 10, 2003.
- I Know That Voice. 2013. Closing credits.
- Blazenhoff, Rusty (2013-10-03). "I Know That Voice, A Documentary About the World of Voice Acting". Laughing Squid.
- Book references
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- Terrace, Vincent (2014). Internet Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy Television Series, 1998-2013. McFarland. ISBN 9781476616452.
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- Jennifer Hale at the Internet Movie Database
- Jennifer Hale at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
- Jennifer Hale at Behind The Voice Actors
- Bissell, Tom (August 15, 2011). "Voicebox 360 The queen of video-game acting.". The New Yorker., full essay in: Bissell, Tom (2013). "Invisible Girl – Jennifer Hale, the Queen of Video-game Voice-over". Magic Hours: Essays on Creators and Creation. McSweeney's. ISBN 9781938073106.
- "Jennifer Hale Interview". Yildizsavaslari.com. May 2008. Retrieved 2014-12-30.