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Tears of the Kingdom Character English Voice Actors Started Revealing Their Roles

As with Advance Wars and some other games, Nintendo doesn’t say which voice actor voices which character in the credits for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Instead, it listed all of the people playing major characters at once. However, many of the performers took to social media to confirm their roles. (Though, in the cases of some, they’re withholding their virtual identities for a time.) Still, thanks to those reveals, we already know a number of people who are either back or debuting as certain residents of Hyrule.

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Here is the list of all of the English voice actors for major The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom characters who confirmed their roles online.

We also know Amelia (Mipha) Gotham, Heather Gonzalez, Katherine “Kate” Higgins, Sean (Revali) Chiplock, and Daniel Riordan play major characters. From the story segments, I’d say Higgins is Purah, though the actress has yet to confirm she plays the role.

The credits also listed the following people as English Voice Support for the game:

  • Austin Krier
  • Charlie Gondak
  • Diamond Desirae
  • Eric Garcia
  • Julia Bianco Schoeffling
  • Kerri Shak
  • Logan Nyman
  • Maihan Tran
  • Mark Camperell, CAS MPSE
  • Robert Kinsfather
  • Scott Crisp
  • Shellynne Philips-Vonture
  • Sofia O’Connell
  • Stacey Gray
  • William “Chip” Beaman

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available for the Nintendo Switch.


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