Heather Halley

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Heather Halley is a multi-talented and accomplished voice actress. Based in Los Angeles, CA Heather has taken her unique vocal and dialect talents and made an astounding career in television, radio, video games, animation and film. Her many years of professional experience include on-air promotion, live-event announcing, character animation, gaming and anime. In the beginning of her career, Heather quickly became a regular on HBO’s successful sitcom “Not Necessarily the News”, where she worked alongside Damon Wayans and Colin Quinn.

Most well known for playing the iconic character ‘Paramedic’ in the popular ‘Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence, Metal Gear Portable Ops video game series, Heather’s video game credits also include: ‘Betty Boop’ in Betty Boop Dance Card, ‘Elka, ‘Kyla’ and ‘Kelsey Louise’ in Dead Rising 3,‘Chloe Valens’ in Tales of Legendia, ‘Hagumi Hamamoto’ in Honey and Clover, ‘Edda and ‘Young Martin’ in The Syfy Channels TV series, Monster, ‘Vanessa’ in Final Fight: Street Wise, ‘Chase Turner’ in Eco Rangers, several characters in Terminator Salvation: The Machinima TV Series EverQuest II: Desert of Flames, ‘Miyoko’ and ‘Angela’ in Rogue Galaxy: Event 16, ‘Talia’ and ‘Ailani’ in Lil’ Bratz Partytime DVD, ‘Mirabelle’ in Bounty, and many more.

In addition to voicing game characters, Heather has also performed as dozens of characters in animation, children’s DVDs and toys including several for the award-winning Nick Jr. series ‘Olivia The Piglet’, Cartoon Network’s ‘Ben 10’ and ‘Secret Mountain Fort Awesome’, Barbie Dolls, many Bratz titles and dozens of toys for Fisher Price and Mattel.

Among her many extraordinary voice career highlights, Heather has had the distinguished honor of being cast as Live Announcer for the 51st Grammy Awards, the 4th and 5th annual Video Game Awards and the 10th Kids Choice Awards. Perhaps her proudest moment came when she was selected by the National Association of Broadcasters Foundation to narrate the Award Ceremony in Washington D.C. where Sir Elton John was presented the esteemed Leadership Award for his work in the fight against AIDS.

Heather’s commercial and on-air promotion voice work is extensive, including hundreds of TV and Radio spots for such national brands as CBS Television (American Country Music’s Superstar Duets, Big Brother, Criminal Minds), May Company Department Stores, Kuerig, Nissan, McDonalds, Clorox, Burger King, The Home Depot, Publix, Netflix, Taco Bell, Hyundai, T-Mobile, Fantastic Sam’s, Sea World, Cooks Ham, US Cellular, Taco Bueno, Public Storage, Shrek Babies, Little Tykes. California Psychics and Baby Bjorn.

An accomplished theater actress, Heather trained with the likes of Tim Robbins’ award-winning company The Actor’s Gang, Brian Drillinger at Larry Moss’ Edgemar Center for the Arts. She performed Improv with the Acme Theatre Company and Second City, and also studied the art of puppetry with The Jim Henson Company in New York, working alongside master puppeteers Kevin Clash, (Elmo) and Rick Lyons, the Tony Award winning puppeteer/creator of “Avenue Q”.

A former professional dancer and choreographer, Heather studied under master choreographer and teacher, Patsy Swayze at Swayze’s studio in Simi Valley, California where Heather was given the opportunity to teach autistic, deaf and blind children. Her experience with those children encouraged her to study and become fluent in American Sign Language; a skill she holds close to her heart.

Most recently in 2013, Heather studied under famed TV Host instructor and coach, Markie Costello. It wasn’t long before she combined her dream of TV Hosting with her passion for paranormal studies. In late 2013, Heather traveled to Connecticut to interview her long time friend, paranormal investigator and inspiration for the Warner Bros. feature film The Conjuring, Lorraine Warren. The popularity of that YouTube video exploded almost immediately and soon after, Heather was being asked to audition to be Katie Couric’s “Host for a Day”; a national contest that attracted thousands of auditions and one in which Heather became a finalist; her video submission being seen by millions on Katie’s last televised show.


2015Ghost Squad
Restaurant Patron

2014 Betty Boop Dance Card (Video Game)
Betty Boop

2013 Dead Rising 3 (Video Game)
Elka (voice)

2012 Syndicate (Video Game)
Additional Voices (voice)

2009-2012 Olivia (TV Series)
– Charmed Life, Making a Friend (2012) … (voice)
– Olivia’s Dogwash/Meteor Mania (2011)
– Tip Top Tapper/Olivia Plans a Tea Party (2011) … Varies (voice)
– Olivia: Princess for a Day (2011) … (voice)
– Puppy Love/Magnificent Magnet Girl (2011) … (voice)

2012 Bratz: Desert Jewelz
Annouce (uncredited)

2011 Secret Mountain Fort Awesome (TV Series)
Additional Voices
– Party Slog (2011) … Additional Voices (voice)

2010 The 3rd Birthday (Video Game) (voice)

2010 Final Fantasy XIV (Video Game) (English version, voice)

2009 The People I’ve Slept With

2009 Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series (TV Series)
Various female voices / Various
– Episode #1.6 (2009) … Various (voice)
– Episode #1.5 (2009) … Various (voice)
– Episode #1.4 (2009) … Various female voices (voice)
– Episode #1.3 (2009) … Various female voices (voice)
– Episode #1.2 (2009) … Various female voices (voice)

2009/I You
Coffeeshop Patron

2008 The Young and Evil (Short)

2008 Armored Core: For Answer (Video Game) (voice, uncredited)

2008 The Red Dress (Short)

2007 Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation (Video Game) (English version, voice, uncredited)

2007 The Violin (Short)

2006 Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops (Video Game)
Para-Medic (English version, voice)

2006 Hitman: Blood Money (Video Game) (voice)

2006 Final Fight: Streetwise (Video Game)
Bar Owner

2005 Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (Video Game)
Para-Medic (English version, voice)

2005 Honey and Clover (TV Series)
Hagumi Hamamoto
– Chapter 24 (2005) … Hagumi Hamamoto
– Chapter 23 (2005) … Hagumi Hamamoto
– Chapter 22 (2005) … Hagumi Hamamoto
– Chapter 16 (2005) … Hagumi Hamamoto
– Chapter 21 (2005) … Hagumi Hamamoto

2005 EverQuest II: Desert of Flames (Video Game) (voice)

2005 Tales of Legendia (Video Game)
Chloe Valens (English version, voice, uncredited)

2005 Rogue Galaxy (Video Game)
Angela Seas / Miyoko (English version, voice)

2005 Monster (TV Series)
Edda / Young Martin
– The Man Who Saw the Devil (2005) … Edda / Young Martin (English version, voice)

2005 Shadow of Rome (Video Game)
Iris (voice)

2004 Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (Video Game)
Para-Medic (English version, voice)

2004 EverQuest II (Video Game)
Additional Voices (voice)

2004 Diary of an Affair (TV Series)

2004 Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper (Video)

2001 The Barrio Murders
News Reporter

1999 The Big Tease
Beauty Shop Girl (uncredited)

1989 Nightmare Classics (TV Series)
Bar Maid
– The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1989) … Bar Maid

1989 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)
– My Dad Can’t Be Crazy… Can He? (1989) … Student

1986 Playing for Keeps
Dancer (uncredited)

1982 Not Necessarily the News (TV Series)
Actor (1989-1990)