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This South Park Voice Actor Has A Bonkers Video Game Resume (Including TLOU)

One has to assume that doing voice work for television shows, movies, and video games has got to be an exciting job. One can be a prolific voice actor, and perhaps only a few people could pick out said actor from a crowd, unlike the forward-facing celebrities — a great example being Eliza Schneider. Schneider has had a long and prolific career that has spanned mediums and genres, and she pops up in some of the earliest episodes of "South Park" between 1999 to 2003.

Schneider channeled her lifelong talent for sound and voice in "South Park" as characters like Liane Cartman, Sharon Marsh, Principal Victoria, Wendy Testaburger, Mrs. Crabtree, and many other female characters on the popular show. Considering this range of characters in just one show, it should come as no surprise that Schneider is credited as additional voices for the video game "The Last of Us." However, the prolific voice actor definitely channeled different characters than the previously mentioned group — nobody remembers Sharon Marsh in "The Last of Us!" Joking aside, Schneider's career is much more than just "South Park" and "The Last of Us."

Schneider pops up in a tremendous amount of well known video game franchises

As noted by Eliza Schneider's official website, Schneider is not only a voice actor, but also offers dialect coaching services. Beyond Schneider's willingness to teach others, her website also shows off several clips of her work, which include video games like "Skylanders," "Kingdoms of Amalur: The Reckoning," and "Sly Cooper." In addition, Schneider also uses her talents in several franchises like "World of Warcraft," "Call of Duty," "Final Fantasy," "Diablo," "Kingdom Hearts," "Grand Theft Auto," "Fallout," "Assassin's Creed," and "Saint's Row" to just name a few. This means that if one has ever played any of these games, there is a good chance that they heard Schneider at some point.

During an interview with VO Boss, Schneider was asked how her life came to be dominated by voice work and other similar endeavors, and she replied, "Well, I mean, my dad was a drama teacher and a math teacher. So the sort of art and science of things is always somewhat integrated. I was a Suzuki violin kid from like age seven, and that's an ear training method, and it's about immersion. So I've merged dialects, accents, language, music, and it is all sounds to me. And it's just a huge part of my identity. It's how I, It's how I interact with the world, and so um it's just kind of who I am. It's not really a choice."