Linsay Rousseau is an actor, voice-over artist, MOCAP performer and singer. She spent several decades performing on stage before making the transition to voice-over and on-camera work. The child of two National Park Rangers, she grew up all over the country and is a U.S. Army Iraq War veteran. Her brother, Bryant Burnett, is a stuntman and stunt rigger. She has trained with Larry Moss, Tom Irwin at Steppenwolf and at the Berkeley Repertory School of Theatre, Studio A.C.T. at the American Conservatory Theater, The Groundlings, The Second City, Impro Studio and the Waterfront Playhouse & Conservatory. She has extensive training in hand-to-hand combat and martial arts, firearms, military tactics, swords, staff and knives. Before turning to acting full-time, Linsay was a journalist and graduate of the University of California, Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. She was one of four Carnegie Fellows chosen to work with the Brian Ross Investigative Reporting Unit at ABC News in New York and worked as a production associate and associate producer for PBS Frontline. Her masters thesis, Frontline: Rape in the Fields (2013) went on to be produced by PBS Frontline, the Center for Investigative Reporting and Univision. The documentary has won the Alfred I. duPont-Colombia Award, John F. Kennedy Journalism Award, Public Radio News Directors Award and was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism. Prior to attending Berkeley, she served as a public affairs sergeant and combat photographer for the U.S. Army’s 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), working as a journalist, photographer and videographer. She spent a year in the northern Iraq province of Kirkuk documenting and reporting on combat and humanitarian operations. She graduated from the College of William & Mary with a BA in sociology and minor in anthropology.
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Ação, Aventura, Fantasia