Obviously Carrie Fisher
has portrayed the character the most times when you factor
, so she definitely has experience with the character. She makes a great on-camera Leia, but you can hear her inexperience in voice-over in the Holiday Special
In Star Wars: X-Wing
, an Unknown Voice Actress
plays Leia. Due to the nature of the video game, Leia doesn't get much dialogue, and unfortunately, I find her voice to be a little bland and masculine sounding.
voices Leia in several
. Joyce sounds enough like Carrie to be a passable substitute voice.
Next on the docket is Catherine Taber (who is also known for being one of the main voices of Padme). It's a good voice, but it doesn't really say "Princess Leia" to me.
For The Yoda Chronicles
and Droid Tales
, Heather Doerksen
takes over the role. Heather's particular Leia is much more sassy than other versions of Leia. But I also find her voice to be a bit inconsistent. Sometimes it sounds a lot like Carrie, and other times...not so much.
is a nice change of pace for April Winchell
, who is usually cast as overbearing, loud-mouthed female characters. Not much to say about April's voice - it's passable.
voices Leia in Disney Infinity 3.0
. Anna's voice is pretty subdued and lacks the commanding tone that other actresses gave her. It's a good voice overall, but again, not one of my favourites.
For EA's Star Wars: Battlefront
, Misty Lee
takes over the role. This is probably the best Carrie-replacement of the bunch, in my opinion. Misty can hit the highs, she can hit the lows, she manages to get a lot of range while maintaining her Carrie-like voice.
My vote goes to Misty.