January 30, 1972
Goose Bay, Canada
Actress Jennifer Hale is best known as a voice artist, having compiled over 200 appearances in various television series, motion pictures, and video games since the late 1980s. The Canadian-born Hale began working as a production assistant for a local film studio during high school, and after graduation pursued an acting career with a role in the 1988 TV movie "A Father's Homecoming." Further acting roles in film and TV followed, before Hale began focusing on voice work. Subsequent video game titles that Hale has lent her voice to include the popular titles "Knights of the Old Republic," "Tales of Symphonia," and "Brütal Legend." She has also appeared on such children's animated TV shows as the comic book-inspired "Iron Man" and "Spider-Man," as well as the original comedy "Totally Spies!." Hale has also made guest acting appearances on such popular television shows as the supernatural fantasy "Charmed" and steadily voices the characters Cinderella and Princess Aurora in Disney-related productions.