Prolific Voice Actours in Games
From her role as the fantastic FemShep, to her lovable role as the hot goth girl Ophelia, she definitely gets around. ” - Macabrewordsmith
He is known for playing the villainous Gabriel Roman, the exemplar of action-movie villains. Even better was his role as Teyrn Loghain Mac Tir, one of my favourite video games villains. In addition to those baddies, he also did the voice over work for Dr. Gavin Archer, the morally grey bad guy from the Mass Effect 2 add-on, Overlord.
Also, he did a great job as The Angel of Death in one of my all-time favourite TV shows: Charmed. ” - Macabrewordsmith
Gamers know him best as Alistair from Dragon Age, and Harry Flynn from Uncharted 2 and 3. Coincidentally, he also played a character named Flynn on House. ” - Macabrewordsmith
His role as the sinister Arl Rendon Howe was delicously enticing, and The Demon Emperor Doviculus is one of the most badass villains ever...of all time. Although Dio was originally chosen for the role, Curry was later selected because he better fits the role. That's an understatement, of course.
He was born for that role. ” - Macabrewordsmith
When you hear his voice over work, there's no mistaking it. You recognise him from the Dead Space series as Dr. Terrence Kyne, who probably gave the most spirited preformance in the game. Or perhaps you remember him as the narrator and detective Herschel Biggs. Another intersting role of note is Reed Wahl, the chief antagonist from the BioShock 2' add-on Minerva's Den. Of course, he's played a myriad of roles in the Dragon Age saga, but the best so far has to be Bartrand. Oh, and that Nug wrangler guy too.
Personally, I think it's a crime that his talent went wasted in Mass Effect 3. His role as the ominous and powerful Harbinger in Mass Effect 2 made him one of the most effective villains in sci-fi history. ” - Macabrewordsmith
You got to give him credit. This man has been a prince, a treasure hunter, alien robot, Mafia boss, an insane dwarf, an emotionless husk of a mage, an alien emperor, an anthropomorphic tiger, a bartender turned assassin, a space marine, a teenage mutant ninja turtle, and much more. He's just that good. ” - Macabrewordsmith
Steve Blum's voice is one you'll recognise right away, every time. How prolific is he? So prolific in fact, he won a Guinness World Record for being the most prolific voice actor in videogames, having 261 credited appearances as of May 10, 2012.
I won't even bother listing any of his appearances. If you play any number of games, or watch any anime odds are you've heard his deep voice. He may get typecast a lot, but that's for good reason; he does his job well. ” - Macabrewordsmith