Laura Bailey (voice actress)
Bailey at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Other names||Elle Deets[a]|
|Alma mater||Collin College|
|Occupation||Voice actress, voice director, actress|
Travis Willingham (m. 2011)
Laura Bailey is an American actress who provides voices for English-language versions of anime, animation and video games. She made her debut in anime as the young version of Trunks in the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Z. She has also voiced Tohru Honda in Fruits Basket, Lust in Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Shinnosuke "Shin" Nohara in the Funimation dub of Shin-Chan and Maka Albarn in Soul Eater.
In video games, she voices Jaina Proudmoore in World of Warcraft, Rayne in the BloodRayne franchise, Chun-Li in the Street Fighter series, Rise Kujikawa in Persona 4, Blaze the Cat in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, Lucina in Fire Emblem Awakening, Serah Farron in Final Fantasy XIII, Serana in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dawnguard, Olympia Vale in Halo 5: Guardians, Abigail "Fetch" Walker in Infamous Second Son and Infamous First Light, Fiona in Tales from the Borderlands, Nadine Ross in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Kait Diaz in Gears of War 4 and Gears 5.
She voices Catwoman in Batman: The Telltale Series, Supergirl in Injustice 2, Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man and Black Widow in a number of Marvel projects. She is a cast member of the web series Critical Role, playing Vex'ahlia "Vex" de Rolo and Jester Lavorre.
Bailey was inspired to go into acting after watching a making of Dawson's Creek special where they interviewed Katie Holmes. She attended the theatre program at the Collin County Community College (Quad C) in Plano, Texas, where she participated in productions of Suburbia, Through a Glass Onion, and Don't Rock the Jukebox. Kent Williams, who spotted her at one of the plays, invited her to audition for Funimation, who had been working on Dragon Ball Z. Her first major role on Dragon Ball Z was Kid Trunks, which she portrayed with a raspy voice. She voiced the starring character Marlene Angel in Blue Gender, which was the first project Funimation did outside of the Dragon Ball world, and Keiko Yukimura in Yu Yu Hakusho, which ran on Cartoon Network.
Bailey was cast for the starring role of Tohru Honda in the anime Fruits Basket. She said that Tohru's character has helped her be more positive: "I was so inspired by her character by her, joy, and outlook on life that, you know, you wanna emulate that." She later voiced Lust, one of the villains in Fullmetal Alchemist, and Sana Kurata in Kodocha.
Bailey had been working with Funimation for about four years before she started ADR directing. She worked on Blue Gender: The Warrior and some episodes of Case Closed. Her first major ADR directing project was Gunslinger Girl, in which she also voices Henrietta. She also co-directed parts of Kodocha. She became a line producer for the Funimation dub of Shin-Chan and also voiced the title character.
|Between the Sheets: Laura Bailey Interview - YouTube|
Bailey and voice actor Colleen Clinkenbeard were once roommates while working at Funimation. In 2007, she moved to Los Angeles. On September 25, 2011, she married fellow voice actor Travis Willingham. They live in Los Angeles. Their son, Ronin Willingham, was born in 2018.
|Year||Series||Role||Crew role, notes||Source|
|1999–2003||Dragon Ball Z||Trunks (Young), Gotenks, Dende, others||Funimation dub
Gotenks shared w/ Kara Edwards
|2001–02||Blue Gender||Marlene Angel|||
|2002–06||Yu Yu Hakusho||Kayko Yukimura||Resume|
|2002–03||Fruits Basket||Tohru Honda||Also 2019 reboot|||
|2003||Lupin the 3rd: Dragon of Doom||Kikyo||Television special|||
|2004–10||Case Closed||Serena Sebastian||ADR Director|||
|2005||Gunslinger Girl||Henrietta||ADR Director|||
|2005–06||The Galaxy Railways||Layla||Resume|
|2005–07||Kodocha||Sana Kurata||Line Producer, ADR Director|||
|2006||Diamond Daydreams||Hanna Jarvinen||Eps. 7–8||Resume|
|2006–07||Negima!||Evangeline A.K. McDowell, Ayaka Yukihiro||Also Spring and Summer OVAs||Resume|
|2006–07||Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase||Hiromi Anzai||Resume|
|2006–07||Rumbling Hearts||N/A||Line Producer|||
|2007–09||Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle||Xing Huo, Primera||Resume|
|2007||Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad||Hiromi Masuoka||Resume|
|2007–08||One Piece||Conis, others||Funimation dub||Resume|
|2008||School Rumble||Tsumugi Yuuki||Resume|
|2008||Genesis of Aquarion||Tsugumi Rosenmeier||Resume|
|2008–09||Naruto||Anko Mitarashi, Toki, others||Resume|
|2008–11||Shin-Chan||Shin Nohara||Funimation dub
2008 Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation Award, Best Voice Actress (English)
Line Producer, ADR Director
|2008–09||Code Geass series||Nagisa Chiba, Rakshata Chawla||Resume|
|2008||Ouran High School Host Club||Kanako Kasugazaki||Eps. 2, 13||Resume|
|2008–09||Darker than Black||Amber||Resume|
|2009–10||Kurokami: The Animation||Kuro||Resume|
|2009–14||Bleach||Tier Harribel, Mashiro Kuna, others||Resume|
|2009||Gunslinger Girl -Il Teatrino-||Henrietta||Resume|
|2010||Soul Eater||Maka Albarn||Resume|
|2010–11||Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood||Lust||Resume|
|2011–12||K-On! series||Nodoka Manabe||2 TV series||Resume|
|2011||Marvel Anime: Iron Man||Dr. Chika Tanaka, Children, Aki||Eps. 1, 3–4|||
|2011–17||Naruto: Shippuden||Kushina Uzumaki, Kurotsuchi, Anko Mitarashi, others|||
|2011||Marvel Anime: X-Men||Mrs. Ichiki, Kyoko, others||Eps. 1–2, 4, 6|||
|2012||Street Fighter X Tekken Vita||Chun-Li||Miniseries||Resume|
|2012||Marvel Anime: Blade||Prostitute, Police Woman||Eps. 2, 4|||
|2012||Persona 4: The Animation||Rise Kujikawa|||
|2012–13||Tiger & Bunny||Pao-Lin Huang / Dragon Kid|||
|2013–15||Digimon Fusion||Lilymon, Beastmon, Shakomon, Mermaimon, others|||
|2015||Soul Eater Not!||Maka Albarn|||
|2015–16||Glitter Force||Emily||2 seasons|||
|2016||Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement||Oichi|||
|2016||RWBY||Amber||Ep. "Beginning of the End"|||
|2019||Fruits Basket (2019)||Tohru Honda|||
|2011||The Super Hero Squad Show||Firestar||Resume|
|2011–15||Monster High||Lagoona Blue||Webisodes and specials|||
|2011–13||Winx Club||Tressa, Serena||Nickelodeon dub||Website|
|2013||Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload||Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow||Television special|||
|2013–19||Avengers Assemble||Black Widow, Gamora, Darkstar, others|||
|2014–15||Ultimate Spider-Man||Black Widow|||
|2014–15||Regular Show||Sheena Albright, Natalia, others|||
|2015||Batman Unlimited||Cheetah||Web series|||
|2015||Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled||Black Widow||Television special|||
|2017||Rick and Morty||Eli's Girlfriend||Ep. "Rickmancing the Stone"|||
|2017–present||Spider-Man||Gwen Stacy, Black Widow, others|||
|2008||Resident Evil: Degeneration||Angela Miller||Limited theatrical release|
|2012||Mass Effect: Paragon Lost||Kamille||Limited theatrical release|||
|2014||Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods||Trunks, Gotenks||Gotenks shared w/ Kara Edwards
Limited theatrical release
|2016||Only Yesterday||Nanako Okajima|
Direct-to-video and television films
|2001||Walker, Texas Ranger||Roberta||Episode: "Saturday Night"||Resume|
|2003||Graduation Day||Marni||Directed by Matt Cade|||
|2007||Four Sheets to the Wind||Francie||Resume|
|2007||Mr. Brooks||Flight Attendant||Resume|
|2007||The Staircase Murders||Margaret Peterson||Television film|||
|2007||One Tree Hill||Girl No. 2||Episode: "It Gets Worse at Night"||Resume|
|2007||Underbelly||Sara Hotchkiss||Birdnose Productions||Resume|
|2015||To Have and to Hold||Jane Pierce||Directed by Ray Bengston||Resume|
|2015–present||Critical Role||Vex'ahlia (campaign 1)
Jester (campaign 2)
|RPG web series, cast member|||
|2015||Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana||Lemley||RPG web series, cast member|||
- Bailey is credited as Elle Deets in Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers, but she has noted that she voiced the character Belle in her website credits list.
- This game did not list any English voice actor credits
- Bailey was credited for Thief although her scene was cut from the broadcast.
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