Jennifer Hale

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Jennifer Hale

Born

1/30/1972, Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Birth Name

Jennifer R. Hale

Gender

Female

Also Known As

Carren Learning
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Jennifer Hale is an American voice actress who has provided her talents for over one hundred video games since she began her voice acting career in 1993. She has also provided voice-work for many animated programs, movies and commercials, though she also enjoys acting in movies herself.

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  • She is amazing!

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    Jennifer Hale is an amazing voice actress. She is the voice of several videow game characters like Samaus Aran. She also stars in several tv shows like the Grim Advantures of Billy and Mandy, Totaly Spies, Wolverine and the X-men, The Powerpuff Girls... She has also stared in Schooby Doo movies. I really enjoy hearing her voice. She adds such character to every role that she plays and none of her characters have the same personalities or voices that even sound anything alike. The only simularities that I have noticed about the characters that she plays is that most tend to have red hair. I think that Jennifer is very talented and think that she is one of the best voice actress that I have every heard of.moreless
  • A great actress no doubt about it!

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    Jennifer Hale is probably one of the greatest voice actresses that ever lived. She has voiced lots of characters over the years, and she still has that energy that only she can provide to the characters. Some of her best parts are Ivy from the series "Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?", the leader of the eco-goth rock band The Hex Girls, Thorn from the "Scooby-Doo" franchise, and of course, let us not forget about her part as Number 86 from the series "Codename: Kids Next Door" or as Samantha "Sam" Simpson from the series "Totally Spies!". All and all, she has done so far a great job, providing voices to many characters, and I hope she continues that way for many years to come. In a scale from 1 to 10, I give her an 11!moreless
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