"I was chasing my horse one time, we were playing, this sounds crazy, but we were playing tag in this arena and I'm chasing him around and it was a really deep, sandy arena, and I tripped, and I just did a full-on faceplant, and was like "PLUAAEH", you know, one of those things? And as I go down and I get the wind knocked out of me, I'm thinking "oh, I gotta remember that sound..."
— Hale herself during an interview with UltraNeko, telling us just how dedicated she is to her job.
Jennifer Hale is a prolific Canadian-born American actress and singer best known for her voice over work in video games and appearances in numerous animated series. With 129 appearances, she was given the title of the "Most Prolific Voice Actress in Video Games" by Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2012.Her Eastern counterpart is Mitsuki Saiga, as both actresses specialize in using a contralto voice for the majority of characters they voice.Has a Twitteraccount.
One of Us: Hale loves sci-fi. In particular, because of her love for Battlestar Galactica (Reimagined), she was even the one who recommended Tricia Helfer to play EDI and Michael Hogan to play Bailey in Mass Effect 2. Ironically, despite being the most prolific voice actress in video games, Hale has admitted that she is terrible at them and only ever played Mass Effect 2 once on a dare.
Pigeonholed Voice Actor: She usually voices action girls and redheads. She's stated in convention panels that being pigeonholed as a badass is preferable to being a damsel in distress.