Mostly Credited As: Jennifer Hale
Birth Name: Jennifer R. Hale
Date Of Birth: January 30, 1972 (Age 43)
Country Of Birth: Canada
Birth Place: Goose Bay, Newfoundland
Height: 5' 9" (1.75 m)
Jennifer Hale is one talented lady known for her extensive work in the voiceover industry. From cartoons to movies to video games, Hale has really done it all. She’s even appeared - in small roles - on TV too. Hale didn’t start out as an actress or voice artist, but was a singer first. She always preferred film acting, but never went to school for drama. After moving to Los Angeles, to focus on acting, she made her television debut in the TV movie “A Father’s Homecoming.” Throughout the years, she’s been spotted and heard all over the small screen. Some of her smaller TV spots include “Just Shoot Me,” “Charmed,” “ER” and she was even heard as an announcer on the CBS hit comedy “The Big Bang Theory.” She’s not really known for her acting gigs, but rather for voicing a variety of characters. Before she knew it, she fell into the voiceover industry, but more as a “matter of practicality.” One of her first auditions was for “Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?” She quickly realized that voicing characters was a lot of work that combined singing, acting, timing and energy. From that moment, her voiceover career took off. Some of her top voice roles include Julia Carpenter in “Iron Man,” Mallory McMallard in “Mighty Ducks,” Cinderella in “House of Mouse,” Jean Grey on “Wolverine and the X-Men,” Sam and Mandy on “Totally Spies!” and even Ms. Keane on “The Powerpuff Girls.” Like her animated characters, Hale is also extremely popular for voicing video games. So far, she’s starred in more than 100 video games. At times, she might even be referred to as the “Meryl Streep” of video gaming. Her voice can be heard in “Grandia II,” the “Mass Effect” trilogy, and “Halo 4,” to name a select few. For about 20 years, she’s been a part of the voice industry, and it doesn’t look like she’s going away anytime soon.