Cyberpunk 2077 Voice Actors We Know So Far
With only four months to go until CD Projekt RED releases the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077, fans are looking to find out everything they can about the title. That said, a new event will be taking place in a few weeks that should hopefully provide more details about the game, but we’ll be focusing on the voice actors that will helping bring Night City to life for right now.
The full cast and crew for Cyberpunk 2077 have yet to be revealed, but we do know a handful of the voice actors who will be providing their talents for the upcoming experience. Here’s who we know so far:
V – Cherami Leigh / Gavin Drea
Cyberpunk 2077’s lead protagonist is V, who can be customized in a myriad of ways, including gender, starting lifepath, and so much more. When it comes to the English version, V will be voiced by either Cherami Leigh or Gavin Drea, depending on which version of V is chosen.
Jackie Welles – Jason Hightower
Some of you may recognize Jackie as the former gang member that has been featured in previous Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay videos. In the E3 2019 trailer, we saw Jackie meet his untimely demise, which makes one wonder what exactly took place before that moment. We are sure to learn more about the character this fall, but we do know that he is voiced by Jason Hightower, who has provided his voice for the likes of Star Wars Resistance, Final Fantasy XV, Fallout 76, and more.
Lizzy Wizzy – Grimes
We don’t know a ton about Lizzy Wizzy, but we certainly do know what she looks like. Fans may recognize her as the woman featured in previous Cyberpunk 2077 videos who seems to be able to remove her jaw. The character is a musician and influencer who is mostly cybernetic after taking her own life onstage during a show. Lizzy is voiced by Canadian musician Grimes, who’s most recently best-known as the person that had a son with Elon Musk and then gave him quite the interesting name.
Johnny Silverhand – Keanu Reeves
One of the biggest surprises to come out of the Cyberpunk 2077 hype train is the fact that Keanu Reeves is not only in the game via face, but also by voice. Reeves will be lending his talents to the cast as rocker Johnny Silverhand, the lead singer of Samurai (who is essentially being played by real-life band Refused). It’s unknown exactly how Johnny plays into everything, but he is possibly the result of a faulty chip inside of V. Needless to say, there is much to learn about this character, which happens to be Keanu’s second time playing someone named Johnny in a cyberpunk environment.
Dexter “Dex” DeShawn – Michael-Leon Wooley
We received a good look at Dex and what he is all about in the 2019 Cyberpunk 2077 video as he was the one giving V a difficult time. DeShawn is known as fixer in Night City, meaning players will likely be working with him quite a bit during their playthrough. This character is voiced by Michael-Leon Wooley, who may be best-known as Darkseid in Injustice 2 or Judge Grady in GTA IV. Wooley is also a television and Broadway actor with 20 years’ experience.
Doctor Paradox – Mark Holden
Not much is currently known about Doctor Paradox outside of their name. It is possible that they are another Ripperdoc in Night City, not unlike Victor Vector, who we saw install some cybertech in V in a previous Cyberpunk 2077 video. However, it is also possible that Doctor Paradox is something completely different. In any case, we do know that Paradox is voiced by Mark Holden, who has been in other games such at Battlefield 1, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and more.
Delamain A.I. – Samuel Barnett
Much like Paradox, we know very little about Delamain, which is apparently the artificial intelligence that is sort of in charge of a handful of things around Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City, such as taxicabs and the like. Delamain is voiced by British actor Samuel Barnett, who is best known as the titular character in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. He has also been featured in Penny Dreadful and Fable III.
Placide – Lovensky Jean-Baptiste (rumored)
Placide is a high-ranking member of the Voodoo Boys, Night City’s Haitian gang that can be found in Pacifica. It is said that facing off against him is akin to “being locked in a room with a grizzly bear.” It is rumored that Lovensky Jean-Baptiste is providing the voice for Placide, but it is not confirmed at this time. The Haitian actor has been in a handful of television shows, including Lethal Weapon, Animal Kingdom, 24, and more.
Cyberpunk 2077 is set to arrive on September 17th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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