THE VOICE ACTORS BEHIND VALORANT AGENTS

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Curious to know who’s the mysterious voice actors behind valorant agents – Your curiosity hunger shall be fed with this article.

We’ve spent countless hours in the game, Clueless about whose voice we hear after every round and game. Well, Prepare to be jaw-dropped because this article spills the beans on the voices we’ve been hearing day in and day out.

All VOICE ACTORS BEHIND VALORANT AGENTS

If you’ve been looking for these handsome chaps, Then you’re in the right place from brimstone as agent number 1 to gekko as 22, We’ve got all of them in one place. We can’t wait to see the look on your faces when you spot who’s the voice behind your favorite agent.

Just as a quick note, This article will cover the english voice actors, And as unique as valorant Is, Every agent has its own voice actors. Almost every other game has voice actors assigned to multiple roles instead of just one.

Announcer: Cynthia Kaye McWilliams

Cynthia, better known as the voice we hear the most in Valorant. She is the voice we hear every time there’s an Ace, Round Won or Lost, and so on. She is an American actress and voice-over artist born in Berlin, Germany.

Astra: Effie Nkrumah

Effie is an Australian-Ghanaian actress and voice-over artist born in Melbourne, Australia. She is the singing voice of Astra, and we can definitely say that she nailed her Ghanaian English-Accent.

Breach: David Menkin

Sad news for our Swedish friends, as we have to inform you that David voice of breach is actually Norwegian. David is a master of his job, as he has been doing voice-overs for more than 20 years. Besides Valorant, he has taken roles in World of Warcraft, Angry Birds, and the Xenoblade Chronicles.

Brimstone: Steve Blum

Steve is probably the most well-known voice actor in the scene. Having a role in more than a hundred video games, Steve is a man you cannot miss while playing games. Being the voice of Brimstone is surely one of his favorite roles he has taken in his career.

Chamber: Hugo Pierre Martin

If you’ve binge-watched Westworld, you’re probably aware of who this is. Hugo had a huge role to take, and we can comfortably say, he was the perfect choice to voice-over the Frenchman chamber.

Cypher: Nabil Elouahabi

Nabil isn’t well known in the voice-over sector, as he has only had 2 other roles apart from Valorant’s cypher in Elden Ring and Dragon Age. His career has mainly focused on acting as he has had actor roles in a lot of TV shows that have mainly aired on TV.

Fade: Selin Cuhadaroglu

While Fade may sound spooky, Selin is a lovely addition to the Valorant Voice-Actors team. The team that worked with her on the Fade voice-overs stated that she was probably the most energetic actor they had so far. That can be seen in the tweet below, as Riot published a Behind the Scene of their recordings.

Gekko: Alejandro Antonio Ruiz

Coming from beautiful East Los Angeles, Alejandro is probably what we imagined Gekko would sound like. The Mexican-American sounds super original, and his Gekko role was done as clearly as a teardrop.

Harbor: Sunil Malhotra

The community was split when Harbor was released, as some expected a “harder” Indian accent. Overall, after people got used to the voice, the general consensus is that the voice was done just fine. This is not Sunil’s first arrangement with Riot as he previously voiced Akshan from League of Legends.

Jett: Shannon Williams

Shannon is the voice actor who is most in touch with the Valorant community and the game itself. She recently reached Diamond 1, and I wouldn’t mind her Insta-Locking Jett in my games.

KAY/O: Gabe Kunda

Texas-born, but a terminator at heart. He is the voice-over of KAY/0, and has also done English dubs of the famous anime series My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan. Gabe voice was obviously engineered to sound like KAY/0, but his made-for-radio voice clutched it for the role.

Killjoy: Eva Feiler

Unsure if intended or not, but Eva voice actor of killjoy looks a lot like Klara! She is one of the few that actually matches the appearance with the voice that we hear. Apart from taking voice-over roles, she has also taken a dive into audiobooks.

Neon: Vanille Velasquez

Manila-based, Vanille is the voice actress of Neon in Valorant, but also Zeri in League of Legends. She started her acting career in Filipino children’s TV shows, which later helped her in her voice-over roles.

Omen: Jason Marnocha

The American voice actor isn’t a copy of what Omen sounds like, but with a few engineering tweaks to his voice, Jason is the perfect fit for the ominous agent. Apart from this role, he has done English dubs for Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure and Carole & Tuesday.

Phoenix: Afolabi Alli

From “skrrra” to “super high-level tactic,” Afolabi has delivered on his role as Phoenix. Almost all of us had moments where we wanted to play Phoenix just because of his iconic voice lines.

Raze: Carolina Ravassa

Carolina has one of the richest portfolios in terms of voice-overs in the gaming community. Her most popular role was Sombra in Overwatch, which was her role before Raze. In addition to these 2 roles, she has also done voice acting in GTA 5, Just Cause 4, and her latest role – Cyberpunk 2077.

Reyna: Karina Altamirano

Having her first voice-acting role as Reyna is certainly a thing to brag about. The Mexican Duelist has been voice-overed perfectly, to the point where Karina picked up Valorant and was duo-quing with Raze’s Carolina for the ultimate show. Imagine having both in your team, using voice chat.

Sage: Naomi Yang

Riot loves working with inexperienced actors, and their belief in them certainly worked out well. Sage was Naomi’s first voice-acting gig.

Skye: Miranda O’Hare

The incredibly looking Australian boomed on social media once Skye was released, and miranda did her Q&A signing session with the fans. Her TikTok had a massive following, and she even streamed afterward for a while.

Sova: Aaron Vodovoz

Aaron voice actor of sova has been in the business for more than 20 years, and Valorant is obviously not his main nor best role in his career. Voicing the Russian sniper was natural for the Israeli-Dutchman as his parents are originally from Russia, and he probably picked up the accent from them.

Viper: Ashly Burch

Another big name in the voice industry. Ashly, not Ashley, made some super iconic voice lines for viper in Valorant, and people were fangirling over her once they heard them.

Apart from her Valorant roles, she wrote on Adventure Time and won awards for her performances in Life is Strange and Horizon Zero Dawn.

Yoru: Daisuke Takahashi

The anonymous behind Yoru. There is not much known about Daisuke except that he nailed it as Yoru’s voice actor and that his majestic deep voice was used in a couple of anime series.

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