A composer has revealed that Billie Eilish's mother has voiced characters in popular video game series, including mass action and Saints Row.
Maclaine Diemer, who composed music for the PC game Guild Wars 2, tweeted the revelation that Maggie Baird, an established spokeswoman and television actress, featured in the popular mass action and Saints Row Series. Baird is also Eilish's mother.
Look, I really like Billie Eilish and I'm not afraid to admit it. But do I admit that after finding out that her mother was the voice of Samara, the lawyer in Mass Effect 2 and 3, I might like her * more *? Could be…
– Maclaine Diemer (@maclainediemer) February 3, 2020
Diemer later wrote that his tweet had been "blown up overnight" and sent confirming links to Baird to various excited Twitter users who had looked into his comments.
One user wrote, "I think I love Billie even more now," while another praised Eilish for "not bringing this fact" to the bank "through her mother.
Props to Ms. Eilish for not bringing this fact to the bank.
Agent: It's called "Billie Eilish, daughter of the voice actor behind Samara in the Mass Effect series"
Billie: No … It's important that I do that … For myself.
– eudaimo (@eudaimo) February 4, 2020
Baird is also a musician and screenwriter and counts Limit your enthusiasm. The X-Files, friends and Six feet below among their actors. She also wrote, co-produced and created the soundtrack for the 2013 film Life from the inside out.
The voice actress portrayed Samara in Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 as a teammate with whom the players can have a romantic relationship. She also spoke in different characters saint line and Sacred Row 2including Stilwater & # 39; s Resident.
Her voice actor roles in other video games include Battlezone II: Combat Commander, and EverQuest II, as well as play Anezka in Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemptionand Amni Rhyza in rogue squadron,
Eilish has been criticized in other news after he recently said in an interview that rappers "lie" in their music.
The singer is the current cover star for Fashion and she made the comments about hip hop artists to the release.
"Just because the story isn't real doesn't mean it can't be important," said Eilish of her use of alter ego in her songs. "There is a difference between lying in a song and writing a story. There are tons of songs that people just lie in. There is a lot of it in rap right now, by people I know who raps. "