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Laura Bailey
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Bailey in 2019
BornMay 28, 1981 (age 41 years)
Other namesElle Deets[a]
EducationCollin County Community College
OccupationVoice actress
Years active1999–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 2011)
Children1
Websitelaurabaileyvo.com

Laura Bailey is an American voice actress. At the age of 18, she made her anime debut as Kid Trunks in the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Z. Her other anime credits include Emily / Glitter Lucky in Glitter Force, Tohru Honda in Fruits Basket, Lust in Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, the title character in the Funimation dub of Shin-Chan, and Maka Albarn in Soul Eater. She is a cast member of the web series Critical Role, playing Vex'ahlia ("Vex"), Jester Lavorre, and Imogen Temult.

In video games, Bailey has voiced Rayne in the BloodRayne franchise, Jaina Proudmoore in World of Warcraft, Rise Kujikawa in Persona 4, the Female Protagonist in Persona 3 Portable, Chun-Li in Street Fighter, Serah Farron in Final Fantasy XIII, the title role in Catherine, Serana in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dawnguard, Oriana Lawson in Mass Effect 3, Lucina in Fire Emblem: Awakening, Abigail "Fetch" Walker in Infamous Second Son and First Light, Fiona in Tales from the Borderlands, Nadine Ross in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and The Lost Legacy, and Kait Diaz in Gears of War. In 2020, she starred as Abby Anderson in the video game The Last of Us Part II, for which she won the BAFTA Award for Best Performer in a Leading Role and Best Performance at The Game Awards.

Bailey has voiced 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, particularly the TV show Avengers Assemble and the 2020 Avengers video game.

Early life[edit]

Bailey was born in Mississippi.[1] She has an older sister named Jenny.[1] Her father was in the Air Force, causing the family to move around frequently.[1] They lived in Oklahoma before moving to San Antonio, Texas, and then moved throughout North Texas, all before Bailey was six years old.[1] They eventually settled in Allen, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.[1] She had a passing interest in acting and performed in school plays, but was planning to become a biologist.[1] She did not realize she could make a career out of acting until she watched a Dawson's Creek behind-the-scenes special in which Katie Holmes was interviewed.[1][2][3] She attended the theatre program at Collin County Community College in Plano, Texas,[2] where she participated in productions of the plays Suburbia, Through a Glass Onion, and Don't Rock the Jukebox.[4]

Career[edit]

Voice acting[edit]

Bailey in 2017

Voice actor Kent Williams spotted Bailey at one of her college plays and invited her to audition for Funimation while they were working on Dragon Ball Z.[5] Her first major role on Dragon Ball Z was Kid Trunks,[5] which she portrayed with a raspy voice.[6] She voiced the starring character Marlene Angel in Blue Gender, which was the first project Funimation did outside of the Dragon Ball world,[3] 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."[5] She later voiced Lust, one of the villains in Fullmetal Alchemist, and Sana Kurata in Kodocha.[7]

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.[7] She became a line producer for the Funimation dub of Shin-Chan and also voiced the title character.

Bailey's video game voice roles include Rayne in the BloodRayne franchise,[8] Jaina Proudmoore in World of Warcraft, Rise Kujikawa in Persona 4, the Female Protagonist in Persona 3 Portable, Chun-Li in Street Fighter, Serah Farron in Final Fantasy XIII, Blaze the Cat in Sonic the Hedgehog, the title role in Catherine, Serana in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dawnguard DLC, Lucina in Fire Emblem: Awakening, Abigail "Fetch" Walker in Infamous Second Son and First Light, Fiona in Tales from the Borderlands, Spartan Olympia Vale in Halo 5: Guardians, Nadine Ross in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and The Lost Legacy, and Kait Diaz in Gears of War.[9][10]

In 2020, Bailey starred as Abby Anderson in the video game The Last of Us Part II, a role which won her the BAFTA Award for Best Performer in a Leading Role and the Best Performance award at The Game Awards 2020.[11][12] She also received death threats online, sparking outrage. In 2022, Bailey was nominated for Best VA Performance (EN) at the Crunchyroll Anime Awards.[13]

Live action[edit]

In addition to her voice over roles, Bailey has also appeared in several live action productions. In 2001, she played a minor role in an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger (titled "Saturday Night") as the daughter of a club owner (Frank Stallone Jr.) with ties to the Mafia. She later had a brief appearance in an episode of One Tree Hill ("It gets worse at night"), which was filmed in Texas. She has appeared in the films Mr. Brooks, Ruffian, and The Staircase Murders.

Bailey is also a cast member of the popular Dungeons & Dragons web series Critical Role, where she played Vex'ahlia ("Vex") in Campaign One, Jester Lavorre in Campaign Two, and Imogen Temult (Campaign three.).[14][15] Critical Role was both the Webby Winner and the People's Voice Winner in the "Games (Video Series & Channels)" category at the 2019 Webby Awards;[16] the show was also both a Finalist and the Audience Honor Winner at the 2019 Shorty Awards.[17] After becoming hugely successful, the Critical Role cast left the Geek & Sundry network in early 2019 and set up their own production company, Critical Role Productions.[18][19][20][21] Soon after, they aimed to raise $750,000 on Kickstarter to create an animated series of their first campaign, but ended up raising over $11 million.[22][14] In November 2019, Amazon Prime Video announced that they had acquired the streaming rights to this animated series, now titled The Legend of Vox Machina;[23] Bailey reprises her role as Vex.[24] Bailey is also one of the narrators for the audiobook edition of the novel Critical Role: Vox Machina – Kith & Kin (2021).[25][26]

Personal life[edit]

Bailey with now-husband Travis Willingham in 2009

Bailey was roommates with voice actress Colleen Clinkenbeard while the two worked at Funimation.[27]

On September 25, 2011, Bailey married voice actor Travis Willingham in Camarillo.[28][29][30][31] They had briefly dated when they were younger, and reconnected later on.[1] They live in Los Angeles.[6][32] They have a son, Ronin, born 2018.[33][31]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source[34]
1999–03 Dragon Ball Z Trunks (Young), Gotenks, Dende, others Funimation dub
Gotenks shared w/ Kara Edwards
[5]
2001–02 Blue Gender Marlene Angel [35]
2002–06 Yu Yu Hakusho Keiko Yukimura Listed as Kayko Resume
2002–03 Fruits Basket Tohru Honda Also 2019 reboot [5]
2003 Lupin the 3rd: Dragon of Doom Kikyo Television special [36]
2004 Kiddy Grade Alv   Resume
2004–10 Case Closed Serena Sebastian ADR Director [7]
2004–06 Fullmetal Alchemist Lust   Resume
2005 Spiral Ryoko Takamachi   Resume
2005 Gunslinger Girl Henrietta ADR Director [7][37]
2005–06 The Galaxy Railways Layla   Resume
2005–07 Kodocha Sana Kurata Line Producer
ADR Director
[7]
2006 Diamond Daydreams Hanna Jarvinen Eps. 7–8 Resume
2006–07 Tactics Rosalie   Resume
2006–07 Negima!? Evangeline A.K. McDowell, Ayaka Yukihiro Also Spring and Summer OVAs Resume
2006–07 Basilisk Oboro   Resume
2006–07 Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase Hiromi Anzai   Resume
2006–07 Rumbling Hearts Line Producer [38]
2007 SoltyRei Sylvia Ban Resume
2007–09 Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle Xing Huo, Primera   Resume
2007–08 Suzuka Suzune Asahina   Resume
2007 Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad Hiromi Masuoka   Resume
2007–08 Glass Fleet Michel Volban de Cabelle / Racine Blanche Volban   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 Claymore Jean   Resume
2008–11 Shin-Chan Shin Nohara Funimation dub
Line Producer
ADR Director
[7][39]
2008–09 Code Geass series Nagisa Chiba, Rakshata Chawla   Resume
2008–14 Hellsing Ultimate Schrödinger [5][40]
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 Halibel, Mashiro Kuna, others   Resume
2009 Gunslinger Girl -Il Teatrino- Henrietta   Resume
2009 Monster Dieter   Resume
2010 Vampire Knight Maria Kurenai
2010 Soul Eater Maka Albarn   Resume
2010–11 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Lust   Resume
2010–11 Kekkaishi Tokine Yukimura   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 [41][42][43]
2011–17 Naruto: Shippuden Kushina Uzumaki, Kurotsuchi, Anko Mitarashi, others   [44][45]
2011 Marvel Anime: X-Men Mrs. Ichiki, Kyoko, others Eps. 1–2, 4, 6 [46][47][48]
2012 Street Fighter X Tekken Vita Chun-Li Miniseries Resume
2012 Marvel Anime: Blade Prostitute, Police Woman Eps. 2, 4 [49][50]
2012 Persona 4: The Animation Rise Kujikawa   [10]
2012–13 Tiger & Bunny Pao-Lin Huang / Dragon Kid   [51]
2013–15 Digimon Fusion Lilymon, Beastmon, Shakomon, Mermaimon, others   [10]
2015 Soul Eater Not! Maka Albarn   [52]
2015–16 Glitter Force Emily / Glitter Lucky 2 seasons. Saban/Netflix adaptation of Smile PreCure! [53][54]
2016 Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement Oichi   [55]
2017 Dragon Ball Z Kai Trunks (child) Replaced by Alexis Tipton in Super
2019–21 Fruits Basket (2019) Tohru Honda 2019 reboot [56]
2019 Ingress: The Animation ADA, Narrator [57]
2020 Marvel Future Avengers Black Widow, Morgan le Fay, Asp [10]

Animation[edit]

List of voice performances in animation
Year Series Role Notes Source[34]
2011–16 Monster High Various Webisodes [citation needed]
2011 The Super Hero Squad Show Firestar Resume
2011–13 Winx Club Tressa, Serena Nickelodeon dub Website[58][59]
2013 Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow Television special [10]
2013–19 Avengers Assemble Black Widow, Gamora, Darkstar, others   [10]
2014–15 Ultimate Spider-Man Black Widow [10]
2014–15 Regular Show Sheena Albright, Natalia, others [10][60][61][62]
2015 Batman Unlimited Cheetah Web series [63]
2015 Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled Black Widow Television special [10]
2016 RWBY Amber Ep. "Beginning of the End" [64]
2016 The Powerpuff Girls Princess Bluebelle (speaking and singing) Ep. "Once Upon a Townsville"
2016 Future-Worm! Various [65][66][67]
2017 Rick and Morty Eli's Girlfriend Ep. "Rickmancing the Stone" [10]
2017–20 Spider-Man Gwen Stacy / Ghost-Spider, Black Widow, others [10]
2018 Constantine: City of Demons Nightmare Nurse Web series [68]
2021 Family Guy Judge, Dutch Daughter Ep. "Who's Brian Now?"
2021 American Dad! Jennifer, Female Flower Thief, Piper 2 episodes each
2022 The Legend of Vox Machina Vex'ahlia "Vex" Vessar [69][70]

Feature films[edit]

List of voice performances in feature films
Year Series Role Notes Source[34]
2008 Resident Evil: Degeneration Angela Miller Limited theatrical release
2012 Mass Effect: Paragon Lost Kamille Limited theatrical release [10]
2014 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Kid Trunks, Gotenks Gotenks shared w/ Kara Edwards
limited theatrical release
[10]
2016 Only Yesterday Nanako Okajima Limited theatrical release
2022 Fruits Basket: Prelude Tohru Honda Limited theatrical release
[71]

Direct-to-video and television films[edit]

List of voice performances in direct-to-video and television films
Year Title Role Notes Source[34]
2002–06 Dragon Ball Z films Trunks (Young), Gotenks, Dende [10]
2004 Blue Gender: The Warrior Marlene Angel ADR Director [10][7]
2005 Farewell to Nostradamus Julia   Resume
2006 A Four Course Meal Clara, Lisa, Mary   Resume
2006 Origin: Spirits of the Past Minka   [72]
2006–10 Case Closed films Serena Sebastian [10]
2010 Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back Kilowatt, Computer, Girl Reporter, Instar Receptionist   [10]
2011 Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations Xing Huo   Resume
2012 The Swan Princess Christmas Odette As Elle Deets[a] [10][73]
2012 Sengoku Basara: The Last Party Oichi   [10]
2013 Monster High: Friday Night Frights Lagoona Blue   [10]
2013 K-On: The Movie Nodoka Manabe   Resume
2013 Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite Poison Ivy, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn   [10]
2013 Monster High: 13 Wishes Headmistress Bloodgood, Lagoona Blue   [10]
2014 JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time Dawnstar   [10]
2014 The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale Odette As Elle Deets [10][74]
2015 Tiger and Bunny: The Rising Pao-Lin Huang / Dragon Kid   [75]
2015 Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts Cheetah, Newscaster   [10]
2015 Monster High: Boo York, Boo York Elle Eedee, Headless Headmistress Bloodgood, Lagoona Blue   [10]
2016 Justice League vs. Teen Titans Angela Chen   [10]
2016 The Swan Princess: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today Princess Odette As Elle Deets [76]
2016 Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell Ana, others   [10]
2021 Injustice Lois Lane, Rama Kushna   [77]
2021 Power On: The Story of Xbox Narrator    

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[34][78]
2002 BloodRayne Rayne   Resume
2003 Deus Ex: Invisible War Female Alex Denton   Resume
2003 RoadKill Love Talk No. 1   Resume
2003–16 Dragon Ball series Trunks (Young), Gotenks, others Gotenks shared w/ Kara Edwards [10]
2004 BloodRayne 2 Rayne   [10]
2005 Spikeout: Battle Street Min Hua   [10]
2005 Æon Flux Una, Hostesses   [10]
2008 Klonoa Hewpoe   [10]
2008 World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Jaina Proudmoore, others   Resume
2008 Tales of Vesperia Gauche   [10]
2008 Infinite Undiscovery Dominica, Svala, Faina, Leif   [79]
2008 Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World Marta Lualdi   [79]
2008 Valkyria Chronicles Isara Gunther   [10]
2008 Persona 4 Rise Kujikawa   [10]
2008 Disgaea 3 Absence of Justice Raspberyl [79]
2009 Ar tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica Luca Trulyworth   [5]
2009 Star Ocean: The Last Hope Reimi Saionji, Welch Vineyard   [10]
2009 Street Fighter IV Chun-Li   [10]
2009 Ghostbusters: The Video Game Spider Queen, others   Resume
2009 Dissidia: Final Fantasy Cloud of Darkness [10]
2009 MagnaCarta 2 Claire   [10]
2009 League of Legends Akali   Resume
2009 Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight Siren As Elle Deets [10]
2009 Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles Sherry Birkin   [10]
2009 Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Dahlia Mason Uncredited[b] Resume
2009 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers Belle As Elle Deets Resume
2010 Final Fantasy XIII Serah Farron   [10]
2010 Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight E.V.A.   Resume
2010 Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love Gemini Sunrise   [80]
2010 Nier Kainé   Resume
2010 Super Street Fighter IV Chun-Li   [10]
2010 Persona 3 Portable Female Protagonist   [81]
2010 BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Platinum   Resume
2010 Valkyria Chronicles II Isara Gunther   Resume
2010 Quantum Theory Lainie, Elev   [82]
2010 Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes Oichi   [83]
2010 Arcania: Gothic 4 US Cast   [84]
2010 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 Anko Mitarashi, Ayame   [85]
2010 Fallout: New Vegas Christine Royce, Starlet, Julie Farkas, Doctor Usanagi, Carrie Boyd   [10]
2010 Sonic Colors Blaze the Cat Nintendo DS version [10]
2010 Shira Oka: Second Chances Naoko Ogawa, Suzu Inoue   [86]
2010 Tron: Evolution The Grid   [10]
2011 Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Chun-Li   Resume
2011 Knights Contract Gretchen   [10]
2011 Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy Cloud of Darkness   [10]
2011 The Sims Medieval Sim   Resume
2011 Hunted: The Demon's Forge E'lara   [10]
2011 Dungeon Siege III Various   Resume
2011 Catherine Catherine   [10]
2011 Resistance 3 Jean Rose, Prisoners   [10]
2011–15 Skylanders games Persephone, Ninjiini / Mini Jini [10][87][88]
2011 Might & Magic Heroes VI Valeska   Resume
2011 Cabela's Survival: Shadows of Katmai Dr. Karen West  
2011 Sonic Generations Blaze the Cat, Omochao   Resume
2011 The Lord of the Rings: War in the North Andriel   Resume
2011 Saints Row: The Third The Boss (Female Voice 1)   [10][89]
2011 Star Wars: The Old Republic Kira Carsen   [90]
2012 Final Fantasy XIII-2 Serah Farron   [10]
2012 NeverDead Nikki Summerfield   [10]
2012 Soulcalibur V Pyrrha Uncredited[b] Resume
2012 Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Gwyn Anwy   [91]
2012 Binary Domain Faye Lee Also likeness and motion capture [10]
2012 Street Fighter X Tekken Chun-Li   [10]
2012 Tales of Graces F Cheria Barnes   [92]
2012 Armored Core V Carol Dorry, AC Pilot   [93]
2012 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations Anko Mitarashi, Kurotsuchi   [10]
2012 Kinect Star Wars NPCFemPadawan, pad4, padFem   [94]
2012 Men in Black: Alien Crisis Catyana Ibrovsky / Agent C, Isabel Ramirez, Nethera   [10]
2012 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dawnguard Serana   Resume
2012 World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Jaina Proudmoore   Resume
2012 Resident Evil 6 Helena Harper   [95][96]
2012 Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask Angela Ledore As Elle Deets
Grouped under "Voice Actors"
[97]
2012 Halo 4 Rivera Also motion capture [98]
2012 Persona 4 Golden Rise Kujikawa   Resume
2012 Mass Effect 3 Ensign Rodriguez, Dr. Eva Coré, Oriana Lawson, Lt. Kurin   Resume
2012 Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward Luna Uncredited
2013 Fire Emblem Awakening Lucina   [99]
2013 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Kushina Uzumaki, Kurotsuchi   [10]
2013 Gears of War: Judgment Alex Brand   [10][100]
2013 BioShock Infinite Lady Comstock   [10]
2013 The Last of Us News Reporter,various   Resume
2013 Saints Row IV The President (Female Voice 1)   [10][89]
2013 Lost Planet 3 Mira   Resume
2013 The Wonderful 101 Alice MacGregor   [10]
2013 Wipeout: Create & Crash Various   Resume
2013 Lego Marvel Super Heroes Black Widow, Jean Grey, Mystique   Resume [10]
2013 Batman: Arkham Origins Voiceover Talent   [101]
2013 Knack Charlotte   [10]
2014 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Gotenks, Kid Trunks   [10]
2014 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Serah Farron   [10]
2014 Infamous Second Son Abigail "Fetch" Walker Also motion capture [10][102][89]
2014 WildStar Belle Walker, Marauder, Luminai Female, Mordesh Female   [103]
2014 The Wolf Among Us Rachel, Aunty Greenleaf   [10]
2014 Infamous First Light Abigail "Fetch" Walker   [10][102]
2014 Spider-Man Unlimited Spider-Woman   [10]
2014 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Kushina Uzumaki, Kurotsuchi, Anko Mitarashi   [104]
2014 Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Black Widow, Sif Grouped under "Voice Talent"
Starting with version 2.0
[105]
2014 Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Ioreth   [10]
2014 Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Wonder Woman, Catwoman   [106][107][108][10]
2014 World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Voice Over Cast   [109]
2014 Dragon Age Inquisition Bianca Davri, Dagna   [89]
2014 Sunset Overdrive Wendy Tarth, Calista [110]
2014–15 Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Lucina   [111]
2015 Game of Thrones Gwyn Ep. "The Lost Lords" [112]
2015 Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. Lucina   [113]
2015 Infinite Crisis Mecha Wonder Woman   [114][115]
2015 Heroes of the Storm Jaina Proudmoore, Valla World of Warcraft crossover [116][117]
2015 Batman: Arkham Knight Voiceover and Mocap Talent   [118]
2015 Disney Infinity 3.0 Voice Talent   [119]
2015 Mad Max Talent   [120]
2015 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Soldiers, Extras   [121]
2015–16 Lego Dimensions Wonder Woman, Dorothy Gale, Omochao Grouped under "Voiceover Talent" [122][123]
2015 Halo 5: Guardians Olympia Vale Also motion capture [124][125]
2016 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Kushina Uzumaki, Kurotsuchi, Sarada Uchiha   [126]
2016 Street Fighter V Chun-Li   [10]
2016 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Nadine Ross Also motion capture [10][127]
2016 Batman: The Telltale Series Selina Kyle / Catwoman Won–BTVA Award for Best Female Lead
Vocal Performance in a Video Game
[128]
2016 Gears of War 4 Kait Diaz   [129]
2017 Injustice 2 Supergirl   [130]
2017 Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Nadine Ross Nominated–BAFTA Award for Best Performer [131][132][133]
2017 Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Black Widow   [10]
2017 Middle-earth: Shadow of War Eltariel   [134]
2017–18 Batman: The Enemy Within Selina Kyle / Catwoman, others   [10][135]
2018 Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Cloud of Darkness   [10]
2018 Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Xoti, Vex'ahlia
2018 World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Jaina Proudmoore Credited as "Voice Over Cast" [136]
2018 Marvel's Spider-Man Mary Jane Watson   [137]
2018 World of Final Fantasy Maxima Serah Farron   [138]
2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Lucina Archive audio, uncredited   [139]
2019 Days Gone Lisa Jackson   [10]
2019 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Black Widow, Danger Room Computer   [10]
2019 Catherine: Full Body Catherine   [140]
2019 Gears 5 Kait Diaz Nominated–The Game Awards for Best Performance [10]
2020 Dota 2 Wei (a.k.a. The Disciple's Path)    
2020 The Last of Us Part II Abby Also motion capture
The Game Awards for Best Performance[141]
British Academy Games Award for Performer[142]
[143][144]
2020 Marvel's Avengers Black Widow   [145]
2020 World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Jaina Proudmoore  
2020 The Pathless Hunter   [146]
2020-21 Jurassic World Aftermath Dr. Amelia "Mia" Everett
2021 Nier: Replicant ver.1.22474487139... Kainé   [147]
2021 Teppen Oichi   [148]
2021 BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites Rayne [10]
2021 Call of Duty: Vanguard Lt. Polina Petrova Also motion capture performance
2021 Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Miss Fortune [149][150]

Live-action[edit]

List of acting performances in film and television
Year Title Role Notes Source[34]
2001 Walker, Texas Ranger Roberta Episode: "Saturday Night" Resume
2003 Graduation Day Marni [151]
2007 Four Sheets to the Wind Francie   Resume
2007 Mr. Brooks Flight Attendant   Resume
2007 Thief   1 episode[c] Resume
2007 The Staircase Murders Margaret Peterson Television film [152]
2007 Ruffian Cassie Television film Resume
2007 One Tree Hill Girl No. 2 Episode: "It Gets Worse at Night" Resume
2007 Underbelly Sara Hotchkiss Resume
2015 To Have and to Hold Jane Pierce Resume
2015–present Critical Role
Cast member
RPG web series
[153][154][155]
2015 Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana Lemley Cast member
RPG web series
[156][157]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b 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.
  2. ^ a b This game did not list any English voice actor credits
  3. ^ Bailey was credited for an episode of Thief but her scene was cut from the broadcast.

References[edit]

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