Compilation of all Valorant Voice Actors
The popularity of Valorant continues to soar, despite the fact that it is a relatively new game with a large number of competing for hero-shooter titles to contend with. Infatuations with the broad and colorful array of Agents have begun to develop among the more ardent fans, causing many players to speculate as to who is actually behind the vocal lines of each individual character.
Voice actors are an essential element of video games, and in titles such as VALORANT, they are the ones that give each hero his or her own distinct personality. The voice actors behind VALORANT have done an incredible job bringing the heroes to life, and we wanted to take a closer look at the people that made this possible.
Here’s some information about every agent’s voice actor in VALORANT:
Announcer Voice Actor - Cynthia Kaye McWilliams
You may be asking who the Announcer is in Valorant, as technically, they aren't a character. However, the Announcer is the one giving important callouts throughout your matches and announcing your defeat or triumph. Whenever you or your mate land that gigantic clutch or ace, it's Cynthia Kaye McWilliams voice you're likely cheering over!
Brimstone Voice Actor - Steve Blum
Viper Voice Actor - Ashly Burch
Omen Voice Actor - Jason Marnocha
When it comes to his career, the Omen's voice actor isn't all that secret. Known for his work in anime and video games, Jason Marnocha is a well-known American voice actor. One Punch Man and Hunter x Hunter are just a few examples of the wide range of titles that fall under this category. Jason has appeared in a number of video games, including World of Warcraft and Smite.
Killjoy Voice Actor - Eva Feiler
Cypher Voice Actor - Nabil Elouahabi
The ultimate intel operative hailing from Morocco, Cypher is voiced by Nabil Elouahabi. Elouahabi is a British-Moroccan actor who’s been acting for well over two decades. His breakthrough came in 2003, landing a role in the iconic and long-running British soap opera EastEnders, where he played Tariq Larousi for two years, appearing in 165 episodes. Outside of several other film and television roles, Elouahabi voiced multiple characters in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Sova Voice Actor - Aaron Vodovoz
Originally from Russia, Aaron Vodovoz was born in the United Kingdom but grew up with a British mother and Russian father. Aaron, a veteran actor with over two decades of experience, made his video game debut in Valorant. The King's Man, Killing Eve, and Messiah were among his most notable film roles. However, he has a role in the next Tetris movie, which is due out in 2022.
Sage Voice Actor - Naomi Yang
It's no surprise that Sage, a Chinese-born Sentinel who is committed to protecting her companions, is a popular choice among new players. Besides being one of Valorant's most popular characters, Sage is voiced by Beijing-born and Manchester-raised Naomi Yang. Brave New World, The Salisbury Poisonings, and Wolfe are just a few of Naomi's television and Netflix credits.
Phoenix Voice Actor - Afolabi Alli
To a great extent, reactions to Phoenix's words seem to hinge on whether or not the listener enjoys a British accent. Afolabi Alli plays the London-based Duelist Phoenix. As a performer, Afolabi is best known for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company in London, where he has appeared in more than a dozen productions.
Jett Voice Actor - Shannon Arrum Williams
Shannon Arrum Williams, better known as Shannon, is the British-Korean actor who voices Jett. She used to be a K-POP idol who rose to fame after appearing on SBS's Star King a decade ago, and now she's a Twitch broadcaster with a large following. Shannon has garnered over 250,000 Twitch followers since taking on Jett's role as a voice actor, and she now plays Valorant on a regular basis.
Reyna Voice Actor - Karina Altamirano
The voicer actor behind the sinister, soul-sucking Reyna is Karina Altamirano. Best known for providing Spanish voiceovers for several cartoon faces, this Mexican actress has worked on Digimon Data Squad, Dragon Ball Kai, Love Hina, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles among other shows.
Raze Voice Actor - Carolina Ravassa
Known to many in the gaming community as Carolina Ravassa, the Columbian voice actress behind the Brazilian Duelist Raze, is no stranger to the industry. More recently, the actor has appeared in Grand Theft Auto V and Cyberpunk 2077, in which he voices Sombra, as well as other games. Carolina has also appeared in a number of television episodes and short films, including Mr Robot as if that wasn't enough to make her stand out.
Breach Voice Actor - David Menkin
While Breach is a Swedish agent, voice actor David Menkin is Norwegian, which adds to the impressiveness of Sova's voice lines. David has been doing voice work for nearly two decades, which explains his ability.
Actually, David's resume is quite lengthy. He has been in successful children's shows such as Bob the Builder and Thomas & Friends, as well as feature films such as Zero Dark Thirty. The actor and voice actor is also no stranger to the world of video games. Battlefield 3, Horizon Zero Dawn, World of Warcraft, and Valorant are among his appearances.
Skye Voice Actor - Miranda O'Hare
Skye, an Australian Agent, has a unique voice that many Valorant players try to imitate at the best of times. Miranda O'Hare, who has been studying as an actress since she was 12 and now has a huge TikTok following because of her role in Valorant, provides this voice. " Aside from Home and Away, she's appeared in other television shows and short films. These days, it's possible to see her live streaming from time to time.
Yoru Voice Actor - Daisuke Takahashi
Daisuke Takahashi provides the voice of Yoru, a dimension-tearing Japanese native. Daisuke Takahashi, the voice actor, is not to be confused with Daisuke Takahashi, the Olympic figure skater. He has voiced characters in Devilman: Crybaby, Kingdom Hearts III and Kuruko's Basketball. He also appears in The Forest of Love: Deep Cut, a Netflix miniseries.
Astra Voice Actor - Effie Nkrumah
Ghanaian Controller, Astra, is one of the most underappreciated Agents in Valorant and is highly strong when used appropriately. Astra is voiced by Effie Nkrumah, a Ghanaian-Australian performer, and it's obvious to see that Nkrumah was perfect for the task. Her work in poetry, dance, and more routinely confronts Ghanaian culture, racial conceptions, and diaspora. It makes it fitting that a strong Agent such as Astra would have an important, creative Ghanaian woman behind her!
KAY/O Voice Actor - Gabe Kunda
The suppressive robot agent known as KAY/O is voiced by Gabe Kunda. Kunda is a Texas-born actor and voice actor with credits in several popular anime titles, like My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan, One Piece, Fairy Tail, and others. He’s also done an extensive amount of voiceover promo work.
Chamber Voice Actor - Hugo Pierre Martin
The elite designer and sniper-sentinel out of France is voiced by Huge Pierre Martin, a native French speaker. He’s an accomplished actor who’s appeared in shows such as Westworld and I Am The Night, as well as films such as Glass. He’s also lent his voice to a handful of popular video games such as Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us: Part II, and Days Gone.
Neon Voice Actor - Vanille Velasquez
Neon is voiced by Vanille Velasquez, a professional voice actor from the Philippines with a wealth of expertise. Despite the fact that this is her first time working with Riot Games, Velasquez has been participating in the voice acting industry since she was eleven years old. Velasquez, who has past experience voicing anime and video game characters, did an excellent job bringing VALORANT's newest agent to life on screen.
Fade Voice Actor - Selin Çuhadaroğlu
Selin Çuhadaroğlu (Cuhadaroglu) is the voice of Fade, the new Valorant Turkish Agent.
Selins's interest in acting dates back to when she was young and participating in plays with friends while also enjoying photography as another hobby outside of work.
She is known for her work on the shows Akinci, Let's Kick It, and Further Instructions.