The Valorant Voice Actors Behind All Agents

Here we’ll check out all the Valorant voice actors for all agents.
The Valorant Voice Actors Behind All Agents




All agents in Valorant have their own voice actor which brings their character to life. Their voice acting even helps us know basic information such as when the team forgets the spike.

But who is the voice actor behind voice lines for agents in Valorant? Well stick around as here we’ll see the Valorant - all voice actors behind agents!



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Voice Actor behind Announcer - Cynthia Kaye McWilliams

Out of all Valorant voice actors, players most often forget Cynthia Kaye McWilliams who provided her voice acting for the Announcer! The voice lines behind Thrifty, Team Ace, Ace, and even when a match is found, that’s Cynthia’s voice acting.



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Voice Actor behind Astra - Effie Nkrumah

The iconic voice lines of Astra come from the Australian-Ghanian voice actor Effie Nkrumah. Being the Astra voice actor and voice acting, in general, isn’t Effie’s only concern though. She’s also an artist, and has starred as a side character in “The Great Gatsby”!



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Voice Actor behind Breach - David Menkin

The rough and tough voice acting behind Breach was given to us by David Menkin. David’s from Norway, and he has starred in lots of animated shows aside from video game voice acting. But you can find his voice in popular releases such as “Assassin's Creed Valhalla”, “Control”, and “Horizon Zero Dawn”.



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Voice Actor behind Brimstone - Steve Blum

One of the most accomplished voice actors here is Steve Blum with the voice lines behind Brimstone. His voice acting has spanned decades by now, and he doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon. Steve’s voice can be found in games like “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4” to animated shows like “Cowboy Bebop”.



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Voice Actor behind Chamber - Hugo Pierre Martin

The thick French accent of Chamber comes from Hugo Pierre Martin. Aside from voice acting, Hugo Pierre Martin has also starred in TV shorts and series such as “Westworld”. But if you want to find his video game voice, you’ll have to search in “The Last of Us: Part 2” and “Ghost of Tsushima”.



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Voice Actor behind Cypher - Nabil Elouahabi

“Where is everyone hiding?”...that’s Nabil Elouahabi’s voice telling us the enemies’ location behind Cypher! Nabil has starred and acted in countless TV shows for a very long time. And if you’re a fan of Elden Ring, you may have noticed Nabil’s video game voice acting as he has voiced characters like the traveling merchant Kale!



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Voice Actor behind Fade - Selin Cuhadaroglu

Fade is one of the scariest agents in Valorant, and out of all voice actors, Selin Cuhadaroglu is responsible for that. Her voice acting falls short when it comes to games, as Valorant’s her first project. But she has acted in countless Turkish TV series and shorts, which is pretty cool!



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Voice Actor behind Jett - Shannon Arrum Williams

One of the very first Valorant agents to get released was Jett with Shannon Arrum Williams as the voice actor. Not only is her voice beautiful in Valorant, but Shannon was also a K-POP star debuting with the song “Daybreak Rain”. With all of that, now Shannon’s a streamer with over 300K followers on Twitch!



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Voice Actor behind KAY/O - Gabe Kunda

The KAY/O voice actor Gabe Kunda may not sound like the KAY/O robot in real life, but unlike the other Valorant voice actors, he definitely made players think that! He has voiced characters in lots of English anime adaptations like “Attack on Titan” and ”My Hero Academia”. His game voice acting doesn’t fall short either as he has voiced “Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands” and “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War”.



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Voice Actor behind Killjoy - Eva Feiler

Killjoy’s marvelous voice acting was done by Eva Feiler. Even though she hasn’t voiced game characters previously, she did an absolutely great job with Killjoy. She has mostly experience in theatrical shows, but Eva has also appeared in the TV show “The Crown” as a young Margaret Thatcher!



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Voice Actor behind Neon - Vanille Velasquez

The Filipino accent of Neon was voiced and done by Vanille Velasquez. She has voiced and dubbed characters in TV shows for kids like “Jelly, Ben & Pogo”. But her most popular voices have to be in both of Riot Games’ most popular games: Neon in Valorant and Zeri in League of Legends!



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Voice Actor behind Omen - Jason Marnocha

The creepy and eerie feeling you get when Omen announces he has used his ultimate is courtesy of Jason Maroncha. Like we saw with KAY/O’s Gabe Kunda from the Valorant actors, Jason has also voiced characters in anime shows like “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure” and “Vinland Saga”.



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Voice Actor behind Phoenix - Afolabi Alli

Afolabi Alli’s British accent is what made Phoenix so memorable in Valorant. Phoenix was even declared as the face of Valorant for some time because of his appearance in almost every cinematic! Aside from being the Phoenix voice actor, Afolabi Alli doesn’t seem to be voicing in other video games, but he has been seen in some TV shows!



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Voice Actor behind Raze - Carolina Ravassa

“Boom boom” goes Raze’s bomb with Carolina Ravassa as her voice actor! Carolina has voiced tons of video game characters, most notable being Sombra in Overwatch. Alongside Sombra, she has also voiced in “Far Cry 6”, “GTA 5”, “Legends of Runeterra”, etc. You can also find Carolina in kids’ TV shows like “Scooby-Doo and Guess Who”.



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Voice Actor behind Reyna - Karina Altamirano

Karina Altamirano is a Mexican voice actor that voiced Reyna in Valorant. Her performance was outstanding, but aside from that she isn’t around gaming all that much. Though if you watch Spanish dubbed anime, you may find Karina’s voice there, with the most notable performance being as Luffy in “One Piece”.



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Voice Actor behind Sage - Naomi Yang

If you ever need healing, Sage with her soothing voice of Naomi Yang will be there for you. Like some of the other Valorant voice actors we saw, Sage’s portrayal of Naomi was her very first time voicing a game character. But her performances don’t stop there, as Naomi has appeared in multiple TV shows like “Brave New World” and “Peaky Blinders”.



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Voice Actor behind Skye - Miranda O’Hare

Lore-wise, Skye comes from the farms. And the portrayal of Skye’s voice and pronunciation was done by the Australian voice actor Miranda O’Hare. She has appeared in other TV shows and movies, though fans most notably know Miranda for her TikTok account!



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Voice Actor behind Sova - Aaron Vodovoz

The Russian way of speaking that Sova does in Valorant was made possible by Aaron Vodovoz. Aaron is an excellent voice actor with appearances in games like “Total War: Warhammer III”. He’s also appeared in TV series and movies such as “The King’s Man”.



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Voice Actor behind Viper - Ashly Burch

The scary voice of Viper has been done by Ashly Burch. And Ashly is no beginner like some of the voice actors here. She’s starred in tons of games, like Tiny Tina in “Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands”, “Spider-Man: Miles Morales”, “The Last of Us: Part 2”, “Borderlands 3”, “Horizon Zero Dawn”, and much more. She’s even made appearances in cartoon shows as a writer and voice actor like “Steven Universe” and “Adventure Time”!



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Voice Actor behind Yoru - Daisuke Takahashi

Last but not least is the voice behind Yoru: Daisuke Takahashi. If you thought Yoru sounded too good, well don’t get tricked as Daisuke has experience in voice acting. You may notice Daisuke’s voice in games like “Final Fantasy XV: Comrades “ and TV series and anime like “Devilman Crybaby”.

And that’s it for Valorant’s voice actors. Each voice brings in a new and unique way of making Valorant a more special game than the rest of FPS shooters. Which voice actor is your favorite? Make sure to visit our Youtube channel and let us know!



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