Biography - A Short Wiki
Laura Bailey is an American voice director and voice actress who do English voice overs for the English versions of animes, games, and animations. She made her debut by voicing a character in the anime Dragon Ball Z. She has a long list of animes and video games which she has voiced over.
Here is a short summary of Laura Bailey's career:
Laura was discovered by Kent Williams during one of her plays in college, and he invited her to an audition in Funimation. She was first given the role of Kid Trunks on Dragon Ball Z, where she played with a raspy voice. Later on, she voiced the role of Marlene Angel in the first project of the Funimation blue gender. She also cast for the role of Tohru Honda in the anime Fruits Basket, Sana Kurata in the film Kodacha and also voiced the role of Luts in Full Metal Alchemist.
Family and Personal Life
Bailey’s private life has also been hidden from the public eye; hence little is known about her. While she was making at Funimation, Bailey shared a room with voice actor and director, Colleen Clinkenbeard. Later in 2007, Laura moved to Los Angeles. On September 25th, 2011, Laura and Travis tied the knot in a private ceremony, and on the 28th of June 2018, their son Ronin Willingham was born.
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||Travis Willingham (m. 2011 – present|
|Children/Kids||Yes 1 (Ronin Willingham)|
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Laura Dawn Bailey|
|Age (as of today)||41 years|
|Date of Birth||May 28, 1981|
|Place of Birth||Mississippi, USA|
|Height||1.65 m, 5 feet 5 inches|
|Weight||54 kg, 119 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$2 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Laura Bailey's height is pretty average measuring 1.65 m. The voice actress weighs 54 kg. Being born on May 28, 1981, translates to an age of 41 years as of todays date (November 30, 2022).
I think starting in anime, like I did, gave me a good idea of how to approach games that come from Japan. Japanese developers can be very different from companies here in the western market.Laura Bailey
I guess anime helped me understand the Japanese culture a little better and makes me want to honor certain language nuances that don’t always translate to English.Laura Bailey
It’s nice, because after you’ve worked with various directors and producers enough times, they start to know your voice and what you’re capable of.Laura Bailey
It’s fun to grow with a character over the course of a TV series. Video games are usually a much more condensed process.Laura Bailey