• Marisha Ray is a producer and voice actress, best known for her role in the web series “Critical Role”.
• She has a net worth of over $700,000, earned through her various projects.
• She started her career as an actress but found more success in web series and voice acting projects.
• She is also highly active online, with a strong presence on Instagram and Twitter.
• She is married to “Critical Role” co-star and Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer.

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Who is Marisha Ray?

Marisha Ray was born on 10 May 1989, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, and is a producer as well as a voice actress, perhaps best known for being one of the cast members in the web series entitled “Critical Role”. She serves as the studio creative director too, and has also voiced numerous popular characters in video games.

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The Net Worth of Marisha Ray

How rich is Marisha Ray? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $700,000, earned through success in her various endeavors. She has been partly responsible for the huge success of “Critical Role”, and her other projects have added to her wealth. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life and Online Beginnings

Very little is known about Marisha’s life before her rise to fame online as she has shared very few details regarding her family, childhood, and education. She pursued acting projects early in her career, but her only television appearance was in the Spike TV series entitled “1000 Ways to Die”. The show recreates unusual supposed deaths reported in the past and debunks urban legends. Each death also has the show interviewing experts to determine the science beneath each death. The show usually ended each episode showing actual footage of dangerous situations which nearly resulted in someone’s death. However, the show was later cancelled due to low ratings after cast members ran a strike against the network.

Marisha Ray

She then began appearing in a number of web series on YouTube. Some of her projects during this period include “8.13”, “School of Thrones”, “Shelf Life”, and “Batgirl: Spoiled”. She also found her way to voice acting projects, though mainly did uncredited roles to begin with.

Voice Acting Beginnings and Critical Role

One of Ray’s first few projects included “The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel” which is a part of the long running “The Legends of Heroes” franchise. She voiced the character Laura S. Arseid, and reprised her role in the continuation “The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II”. She also worked on projects such as “Fire Emblem Fates”, and “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” which is Hideo Kojima’s final work with Konami. The game is set nine years after the events of “Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes”.

What really elevated her to fame was when she joined the cast of the show “Critical Role”, for which she later assumed the role of creative director. It is a web series in which a group of professional voice actors play the tabletop role playing game “Dungeons & Dragons”. The show aired through their own Twitch channel with a video on demand (VOD) broadcast later available to subscribers while a recorded version was released on YouTube. The show is set in a campaign with storyline that passes over many story arcs in multiple episodes, leading to the characters developing in terms of their strength, backstory, and towards a resolution of the entire campaign.

Recent Projects

While working on “Critical Role”, Marisha continued to do voice acting projects, and had a lot of Lego video game-related work, including “Lego Dimensions”, “Lego Marvel’s Avengers”, “Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, and “Lego DC Super-Villains”. She also voiced her “Critical Role” character Keyleth in the video game “Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire”, as well as voicing another character in the game, named Maia. Other projects of hers include “Metal Gear Survive”, “Final Fantasy XV: Comrades”, and “Fire Emblem Warriors”.

She continued to work on “Critical Role”, as after the conclusion of their first campaign, they began a second campaign in 2018 following the exploits of a new party called The Mighty Nein. The campaign is now set on a different continent called Wildemount, which was briefly visited during the first campaign of Vox Machina. The second campaign is set 20 years after the first party had a final battle against one of the greatest villains of “Dungeons and Dragons”, Vecna. The show has proven immensely popular and cast members frequently appear in conventions. Responses to “Critical Role” have been overwhelmingly positive, and even caught the attention of the publishers of D&D, Wizards of the Coast.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, it is known that Ray married “Critical Role” co-star and Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer in 2017 – the two were known to be in a relationship since the start of the show. She describes herself as an uber-nerd, and is an avid gamer, having discovered video games when she was three years old – one of her earliest favorites was “Mario Bros.” – and she carries her love for video gaming in her career.

Similar to numerous web series stars and voice actors, she is highly active online through accounts on social media, particularly on the website Instagram on which she has over 170,000 followers. She posts a lot of personal photos on the account, showcasing her endeavors apart from her work. She is close friends with all cast members of “Critical Role”, and has travelled with them to numerous event, and has travelled around the world alongside her husband. She also has a Twitter account which has over 260,000 followers, and it is mainly used to promote some of her recent projects, and also to communicate with her fans.




The Malibu Tapes2018post-productionMorgan
Critical Role2015-2017TV SeriesKeyleth / Marisha / Snizzler
Friday the 13th: The Game2017Video GameA.J. Mason (voice)
Faiâ enburemu hîrôzu2017Video GameShanna / Oboro / Effie (English version, voice)
Talks Machina2016TV Series
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens2016Video Game voice
Baby X2016Short voice
Dead2016Video shortThe Girl
Lego Marvel's Avengers2016Video GameS.H.I.E.L.D Scientist (voice)
The Story of Vox Machina2016ShortKeyleth
Star Wars: Battlefront2015Video GameStormtrooper Female (voice)
Splinter Cell Guards2015ShortMary
Lego Dimensions2015Video GameAdditional Voices (voice)
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain2015Video GameDiamond Dog Soldier (voice)
Fire Emblem: Fates2015Video GameMikoto / Effie / Oboro (English version, voice)
Why It Would Suck to Date an Avenger2015ShortBlack Widow
Pen & Paper & Laser Guns2015TV SeriesHannah
Savant: Kali 472015ShortScreaming Girl
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II2014Video GameLaura S Arseid (English version, voice)
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth2014Video GameMargaret (English version, voice, uncredited)
Shelf Life2014TV SeriesFemmebat
Akiba's Trip 22013Video GameCat Girl (English version, voice, uncredited)
Chastity Bites2013Flashback Virgin 5
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel2013Video GameLaura S Arseid (English version, voice)
Batgirl: Spoiled2012-2013TV SeriesBatgirl Stephanie Brown
School of Thrones2013TV SeriesMelisandre
8.132010-2013TV SeriesSonia Pierce
Walk of Shame2013TV SeriesAnne
Bonjour Star Wars2012ShortPrincess Leia
BlackBoxTV2012TV SeriesJess Villarreal
Written by a Kid2012TV SeriesSally McGrease
The Grind2012TV SeriesMarisha Ray
Rob the Bounty Hunter2012ShortNews Anchorwoman
New Neighbor Part 32011ShortFrightened Girl
How to Survive a Horror Film2011TV SeriesGirl / Scream Queen
1000 Ways to Die2010-2011TV Series documentaryTina the Video Gamer / Trudie the Karaoke Girl
Game Room2011Video shortErin Smith
Balls2010-2011TV SeriesStat Girl
Night Out: Vampires2010ShortVampire
Whoreders2010Video shortThe Girls
Angie2005ShortAngie's Double (as Marisha Huber)


Chaotic Awesome2014TV Series 15 episodes
Batgirl: SpoiledTV Series creator - 2 episodes, 2012 - 2013 series written by - 2 episodes, 2012 - 2013
8.13TV Series contributing writer - 2 episodes, 2012 writer - 2 episodes, 2010


Signal Boost!2016TV Series producer - 18 episodes
Batgirl: Spoiled2012-2013TV Series producer - 2 episodes

Camera Department

School of ThronesTV Series first assistant camera - 3 episodes, 2013 grip swing - 3 episodes, 2013

Assistant Director

School of Thrones2013TV Series first assistant director - 3 episodes


The RadNerd Show2010TV Series production staff - 3 episodes

Costume Department

Batgirl: Spoiled2012-2013TV Series designer - 2 episodes


Man at Arms2013TV Mini-Series thanks - 1 episode
The RadNerd Show2010TV Series special thanks - 8 episodes


Horrified2017TV SeriesHerself
Super Power Beat Down2012-2016TV Series shortHerself - Host
Signal Boost!2016TV SeriesHerself
The Flog2015TV SeriesHerself
Chaotic Awesome2014TV SeriesHerself - Correspondent
Cracking the Hack2014TV SeriesHerself
BFD (Brain Food Daily)2012TV SeriesHerself - Host

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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