Voiceover for Gordon Freeman

A list of best candidates to play Gorson Freeman from Half-Life videogames
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Gideon Emery
Actor, Teen Wolf
An award-winning actor best known for his role as Deucalion in Teen Wolf and his namesake Gideon in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Emery was raised in both England and South Africa. While a student, he was discovered by lauded stage actor Bill Flynn and began performing voice-overs in between his studies...
 
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Crispin Freeman
Crispin is the oldest of three. He has a younger brother, Clark, and youngest sister, Cassidy. All three attended the Latin School of Chicago, where Crispin graduated in a class of 60 in 1990. Crispin had a Mac in 1985. To this day he is still an avid computer geek. He played no official team sports in school...
 
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Liam O'Brien
Liam O'Brien was born on May 28, 1976 and was raised in Weehawken, New Jersey, USA. He worked in the theatre during his early career, before branching out into work in animation, video games, and film. He has been married to Amy Kincaid since July 6, 2002. They have two children.
 
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Yuri Lowenthal
Born in Alliance, Ohio, which was the first of many homes for Yuri; he's lived in Virginia, Tennessee, West Africa, Japan, New York and resides in Los Angeles. Yuri discovered his talent and passion for acting near the end of high school and since then has made a reputation of being a committed and creative artist on both stage and screen internationally...
 
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Jon Curry
Actor, Avatar
Originally from Seattle, WA, Jon attended Mercer Island High School and went on to receive his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington School of Drama. He received his M.F.A. in Acting from Temple University in Philadelphia and later studied with Uta Hagen at HB Studios in NYC. He has worked extensively in film...
 
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Danny Wallace
Writer, Yes Man
Danny Wallace is a writer, producer and television and radio host. The Warner Bros adaptation of his book, Yes Man, grossed $226m worldwide. His award-winning ShortList magazine column in the UK reaches 1.3 million readers weekly. His first novel, Charlotte Street, is an international bestseller, published in 18 countries...
 
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Roger Craig Smith
Born in St. Joseph, Michigan and raised in Tustin, California, Smith always had an interest in the entertainment industry. After receiving a degree in screenwriting from Chapman University Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Smith briefly pursued writing for the big screen as a career. Though he gained recognition as a finalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting competition...
 
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Sam Riegel
Sam is also on the show "Critical Role", a live-streamed Dungeons and Dragons game on Geek and Sundry. The show has been streaming since 2015. He plays the game with fellow voice actors Matt Mercer, Taliesin Jaffe, Travis Willingham, Laura Bailey, Liam O'Brien, and Marisha Ray. He is known for the playing the characters Scanlan Shorthalt and Taryon Darrington.
 
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Adrian Hough
Adrian Hough's extraordinary talent was first spotted at the young age of 11 when he was selected to go into a Saturday morning program for gifted children. It was there that he was introduced to a course called Mime and Creative Drama and he was hooked. Inspired by British performers, Adrian decided to be a classical actor and set off to the UK where he spent 9 years training and working...
 
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Jim Ward
Actor, WALL·E
 
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Robin Atkin Downes
Miscellaneous Crew, Rogue One
Robin Atkin Downes has an extensive and distinguished career in all aspects of the film and television industry, not only as an accomplished actor but also as a director, producer, voice-over artist, motion capture artist and music producer. Born and raised in the U.K., he was trained in the United States, with a Masters of Fine Arts degree from Temple University in Philadelphia...
 
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Nicholas Boulton
Born in 1968 in Gibraltar, educated in Dublin (Ireland) and Sherborne (England), Nicholas studied acting at the Guildhall School of Music And Drama in London. His extensive career has encompassed stage, screen, and radio. He has played leading and major supporting roles for many British stage productions including for the Royal Shakespeare Company...
 
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Paul Hopkins
Paul Hopkins was born on July 12, 1968 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is an actor, known for The Art of War (2000), RED 2 (2013) and for his portrayal of Michael "Mouse" Tolliver in Armistead Maupin's More and Further Tales of the City (1998, 2001). His father was an engineer and college teacher. His mother founded and ran a Christian Montessori school in Ottawa called Bishop Hamilton School...
 
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Elias Toufexis
Elias Toufexis has become an actor with a fan base and cult following around the world. He has played dozens of major characters on television in shows like. Bitten, Lost Girl, Alphas, Stargate Atlantis, Smallville, Eureka, Houdini & Doyle and particularly memorable characters on Supernatural and The Expanse Elias has amassed quite a following in the Science Fiction/Fantasy community...
 
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Andreas Apergis
Andreas Apergis has been working as an actor, director and translator for over twenty years in both French and English. Recent screen credits include Pawn Sacrifice, Ed Zwick's biopic about Bobby Fischer, Brian Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past and Guy Maddin's Séances project. He played Commander Krone in Riddick 3 as well as the mercenary Ritter in Rolland Emmerich's White House Down...
 
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Matthew Del Negro
Actor, Scandal
Matthew Del Negro has built a solid career with varied roles in features, television and theater. His hot start to 2015 is simply a continuation of a busy 2014 where he had significant arcs on several hit shows, including ABC's Scandal and Mistresses, MTV's Teen Wolf, and CBS's NCIS: Los Angeles...
 
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Raphael Sbarge
Born into a theatrical family in New York City (his mother, a Broadway costume designer; his father, a writer, painter and filmmaker), he was named after the painter Raphael. He began his acting career at the age of 4; doing several episodes of a new show for PBS called, "Sesame Street" (1969), but in fact...