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10 facts About Apex Legends Voice Actors

Apex Legends is a new free-to-play battle royale game that has garnished more than 50 million players since its release. It only took 24 hours for it to gain more than 2 million players! Electronic Arts' stock went up as a result of Apex Legends' success among other reasons. Of course, a well-known video game company like Electronic Arts wanted to get in on the battle royale hype—and they did so with flair! You've already played the game, and now, it's time to learn about the games' awesome voice actors.

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Unquestionably, the success of Apex Legends is related to its voice actors. Each character was voiced by a different person who was already well-known in the business. Below you'll find the team who voiced your favorite Apex Legends characters. These are 10 facts about Apex Legends voice actors.

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10 Shantel VanSantan (Wraith) Has Over 800,000 Followers On Instagram

This voice actor behind the character Wraith is fairly new to voice acting. Some may recognize her from the television series Shooter where she plays Julie Swagger.

Wraith is one of the most amusing Apex Legends characters to experience. With the ability to use portals, she can travel between two locations in a flash. Voice actress Shantel VanSatan provided her followers with exclusive footage of the making of Apex Legends via her Instagram. As one of the characters on the game’s cover, Wraith is one interdimensional skirmisher you don’t want to mess with.

9 Mela Lee (Lifeline) Showed Voice Talent At A Young Age

Mela Lee is no stranger to the video game and film industry as she has voiced numerous characters. From an early age, Mela Lee displayed a talent for the arts; she was into singing and performance theatre.

In video games, she has voiced characters in games such as Faiâ emuburemu musou, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, Ghostbusters, Pillars of Eternity: The White March, and numerous other games. As the character Lifeline in Apex Legends, Mela Lee voices lines like "Huh, you ain't that bright if you want to me on" and "They don't call me Lifeline because I save a life."

8 Roger Craig Smith (Mirage) Voiced Batman

Roger Craig Smith has a hefty job portfolio that backs Respawn Entertainment's decision to cast him as Mirage. As one of the most experienced voice actors in this list, Roger Craig Smith has voiced characters in games such as Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection and Batman: Arkham Origins, and characters in television series such as Avengers Assemble and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.

 As someone who has voiced iconic characters such as Batman and Sonic the Hedgehog, it's no wonder why Respawn Entertainment felt comfortable casting him in the widely successful Apex Legends.

7 Chris Edgerly (Pathfinder) Was In A Movie Called "Pathfinder"

In addition to being a crew member in a movie called "Pathfinder," Chris Edgerly provides a robotic-like voice for Pathfinder in Apex Legends. Chris Edgerly does a phenomenal job of voicing Pathfinder, "MRVN (Mobile Robotic Versatile eNtity) modified to specialize in location scouting and surveying."

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Chris Edgerly's official website can be found at chrisedgerly.com and shows a collection of his various projects. On his website, you can see clips from his works in movies such as Passengers, J. Edgar, The Wild, and other television series and video games.

6 Allegra Clark (Bloodhound) Is Most Proud Of Her Work In Dragon Age: Inquisition

Bloodhound is hands down the best character to select for tracking. For those people who like to hide in the shadows, Bloodhound is a worst nightmare. Allegra Clark provides her voice for the Bloodhound character in Apex Legends.

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You may remember Allegra Clark's voice acting for Knight Captain Valyri and Sister and Sister Solari in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth. In a princessvsperil.com interview, Allegra Clark said, "While it’s not my first gig since graduating, Dragon Age is definitely my largest one, and the one I am most proud of."

5 Erica Luttrell (Bangalore) Voices Numerous Characters In "The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants"

Apex Legends character Bangalore is popular in the game because of her fast movement and harrowing Rolling Thunder ultimate ability. Rolling Thunder's area of effect is quite large. Bangalore is also an excellent character choice because of Erica Luttrell's voice acting.

Erica Luttrell not only voices Bangalore, but she also has acted in a variety of roles. Television series such as Steven Universe, Voltron, Salvation, and As Told by Ginger give her much cred in the business. Moreover, her parts in The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants made her a fitting choice for Apex Legends.

4 JB Blanc (Caustic) Voices Kano In The Not Yet Released Mortal Kombat 11

Caustic is known for saying lines such as "Marvelous! So many willing test subjects." While playing Apex Legends, you'll also hear Caustic saying "My methods are only controversial to those who lack imagination." Caustic was a brilliant scientist, who may have squandered his talents by becoming a toxic trapper.

JB Blanc voices Caustic in Apex Legends. JB Blanc is also known for providing his voice in video games such as Metro Exodus, Darksiders III, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, World of Warcraft, and soon, you'll get a chance to hear his voice as Kano in Mortal Kombat 11.

3 Zehra Fazal (AI Announcer) Was Born In Libertyville, Illinois

This character may not be the first one you think of when you think of Apex Legends, but AI Announcer is still an integral part of the game. The AI Announcer announces shifts in the game such as a new kill leader and the elimination of the kill leader. The announcer also declares who your champion is in a game.

Contrary to what many people might think, the AI Announcer is not real artificial intelligence but is instead voiced by Zehra Fazal. Zehra Fazal is a South Asian voice actor who has provided her voice in games like Final Fantasy XVUncharted 4: A Thief's End, Blade & Soul, and Titanfall 2.

2 Nicolas Roye (Octavio ‘Octane’ Silvia) Voices Apex Legends' Newest Character

Apex Legends' newest addition to their roster is the first character to be added to the game. Octane is a hardcore stuntman who can create a jump pad allowing himself and teammates to launch high in the air.

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Nicolas Roye speaks the part of Octane in Apex Legends, and it's not the first time he's voiced a significant role. Nicolas Roye lends his voice in video games such as Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Final Fantasy XV, Mafia, III and television series like Digimon Series, Naruto: Shippûden, Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures, and Mecard.

1 Branscombe Richmond's (Gibraltar) Father Was A Famous Actor

Interestingly enough, Branscombe Richmond is the son of a movie stuntman named Leo C. Richmond. Leo C. Richmond was often the villain in movies such as Commando and Hard to Kill.  You may have heard Branscombe Richmond from recent films such as The Scorpion King, Mortal Kombat, They Live, and Forgetting Sarah Marshal.

We, of course, love Branscombe Richmond's take on the character of Gibraltar. Undoubtedly, quality voice acting is a reason why Apex Legends stands out from other battle royale games like Fortnite.

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