A year has past since the first time we spoke with voice actress Erin Fitzgerald, and it’s remained our most popular episode to date. So due to fan demand, we made sure there was a follow up.
This episode Erin goes into why Chie is an important role to her, shares details on how hard it was to voice the infected in The Last Of Us, and nearly makes Pan keel over by doing several Ed, Edd and Eddy voices.
(PS: Apologies that we didn’t get to everyone’s comments/questions, that’s just how it goes sometimes)
To date the single most popular episode of the podcast was when we interviewed Erin Fitzgerald. It’s been well over a year since that episode happened, and yet people still regularly let us know how much they enjoyed that episode, and that we should have Erin on again sometime.
Well good news, Erin’s coming back for episode 37. For the the newer listeners that may not be aware: Erin was the English voice of Chie Satonaka in Persona 4: Arena, Persona 4: The Golden, and Persona 4: The Animation. Not to mention the upcoming Ultimax and Persona Q!
So you know the drill, leave your questions below. As with every actor we have on, you can leave a question pertaining to any of their roles, doesn’t have to be Persona related!
At long last the day has finally come, the highly anticipated 7th Episode of S.Link FM is here for all to hear. I mean, what could be more exciting than having the mind behind the kickboxing carnivore Chie Satonaka on the podcast? It’s true, immensely talented voice actress Erin Fitzgerald was here to school us with her vast assortment of knowledge. We talked about linguistics, the voice over industry, and most importantly steak. So enjoy this one, we had an absolute blast recording it.
Hot off the heels of our fantastic chat with Dacidbro, we’re already gearing up for one hell of a show for Episode 7. This time with our most exciting guest to date, voice actress Erin Fitzgerald! Erin voiced Chie Satonaka in Persona 4: The Animation, Persona 4 The Golden, and Persona 4: Arena. She’s a veteran of the voice over industry that I’m sure will be able to provide some insight into the VO process and the projects she’s worked on over the years.
So if you have a question for Erin, be sure to leave a comment on this post or tweet @SLinkFM on twitter!