Shadowheart is a sweetheart in Baldur’s Gate 3. What makes Shadowheart great is of course her voice actor. I love how she degrades me and makes me feel bad about myself. Don’t say anything bad about my tsundere waifu Shadowheart or you and I will have a major problem. So are you ready for it? Shadowheart voice actor is Jennifer English, Shadowheart voiced by her. Jennifer English was also voiced various characters in another Larian Studios game, Divinity Original Sin 2.

Go on and check out her Instagram page. Next, I will hit you up with some Shadowheart quotes, videos and actors other works.

 

Shadowheart quotes:

All right. Some company wouldn’t hurt on the road –  especially if there’s trouble.

You’re not the kind of company I’d keep willingly, but all things considered… you’ll do.

You pry too much. Any further, and you’ll regret it, understand?

Something the matter?

As you can see, she really hates me… I still love her though.

Jennifer English Voices

shadowheart voice actress

Most of us found out about her after Baldur’s Gate 3 Shadowheart performance. However, Jennifer English was also in another Larian masterpiece, Divinity Original Sin 2. She voiced Leya and various other characters in DOS2. Larian must have really satisfied with her work that they decided to offer her one of the most important character, Shadowheart in Baldur’s Gate 3. Lets find see her other works, Jennifer English Voices:

  • Baldur’s Gate 3 – Shadowheart (2020)
  • Don’t Mention the B Word – Nicky (2020)
  • The Killer Beside Me – Sandy Berfield (2019)
  • Augmented Empire – Willa (2017)
  • Divinity: Original Sin II – Leya / Various other characters. (2017)

We will probably hear her voice in many games in the future. Afterall, she really has a natural talent in voice acting. I can’t wait to see her other works.

My sweet princess Shadowheart, i am in love with you and I will be romancing you. I told you about my toxic relationship. Now it’s your turn. Tell me what do you think about Shadowheart and her voice actor Jennifer English. Thanks for reading. You might also want to check our Baldur’s Gate 3 origin characters page. See you later.

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