Bode Akuna is one of the first side characters that you meet in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. He is a mercenary that has just joined Cal’s newfound crew and makes a fairly strong impression on Coruscant in the opening hour of the game. Bode has a jetpack that he uses to fly around and help Cal navigate tough obstacles as well as a blaster for his primary weapon of choice. While Bode is a fixture in Jedi Survivor, many players are more curious about the actor that voices him.
If players have experienced some of the best narrative RPGs of the past several years, they will likely recognize Bode’s voice actor. If you want to see the man behind Bode in Jedi Survivor, keep reading the guide below.
Who voices Bode in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor?
Bode is voiced by actor Noshir Dalal in Jedi Survivor, who also did the motion capture for Bode’s character as well. Dalal is most well-known for voicing Charles Smith in Red Dead Redemption 2 as well as Tenakth Marshall Kotallo in Horizon Forbidden West. The actor also voiced Gideon Fry in Deathloop and the English version of Sekiro in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
In addition to those roles, Dalal is well-versed in the Star Wars franchise. The actor has been involved with numerous video games and TV series around the franchise. Bode Akuna plays a major role in Jedi Survivor, so players should get used to hearing his voice throughout the story.
If you’re interested in the other voice actors for Jedi Survivor, here is a list of some other major characters from the game and their voice actor.
- Cal Kestis: Cameron Morgan
- Cere Junda: Debra Wilson
- Nightsister Merrin: Tina Ikev
- Greez Dritus: Daniel Roebuck
- Cody Fern: Dagan Gera
Noshir Dalal absolutely delivers a stellar performance as Bode in Jedi Survivor, and now players know exactly where they might have heard his voice before.
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