The world of Athia in Forspoken is chock-full of interesting characters, all of which have voice actors behind them. From the delightful and plentiful quips of Cuff to the sassy responses from Frey, each character in Forspoken has their own voice actor, some of which players might recognize from previous media. If you’re curious about where you might have heard a voice before or simply want to know who gave which performance, we’ve got it all laid out for you here.
Forspoken voice actors
During the course of the story in Forspoken, you’ll meet dozens of characters. Some have smaller parts than others, but there are plenty of prominent speakers in Athia. In this guide, we’ll be going over who voices these main and side characters.
- Frey – Ella Balinska
- Cuff – Jonathan Cake
- Auden Keen – Monica Barbaro
- Robian – Anthony Skordi
- Olevia – Tajinae Turner
- Johedy – Keala Settle
- Tanta Sila – Janina Gavankar
- Tanta Prav – Pollyanna McIntosh
- Tanta Olas – Claudia Black
- Tanta Cinta – Kendal Rae
Those are the biggest characters throughout Forspoken. While there are certainly other characters that you’ll see in Athia and its different regions, you’ll hear from those characters more than anyone else.
Many of the characters are making their video game voice actor debut in Forspoken. Ella Balinska, who voices Frey, and Monica Barbaro, voice of Auden, both have been in prominent movies and TV shows recently, but neither had done a video game before now. Balinska was featured in the Resident Evil TV series while Barbaro was a character in Top Gun: Maverick.
The most seasoned video game voice actor of the bunch is Robian, voiced by Anthony Skordi. He has had his work appear in games like the Assassin’s Creed series, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and Mass Effect over the years. Claudia Black, the voice of Tanta Olas, also worked on the Mass Effect series.
If players heard a voice in Forspoken that they recognize from a recent game, it’s likely Tanta Sila, who is voiced by Janina Gavankar. Gavankar is the voice of Sinmara in God of War: Ragnarok.
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