Life is Strange’s main protagonist, Max, and also popular girl Courtney is voiced by Hannah Telle. You may have heard her before in Murdered: Soul Suspect as Iris and Rose Campbell. Other than these two characters, Telle hasn’t really hit the video games scene yet. Her acting career has been more focused on short films such as Paste, Franchise, and 30 Square Miles. TV fans may recognize her from the likes of iCarly as the harp player, Days of Our Lives as the waitress in a few episodes, and also as Unusual Suspects’ Diann Anthony.
Following her excellent performance in Life is Strange, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Telle popping up more often on the video game scene from now on.
Ashly Burch is the actress behind Chloe Price, Stella Hill, and Taylor Christensen in Life is Strange. You may recognize her from the hilarious YouTube show Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin’, co-written by and co-starring herself. Burch has also lent her voice to a number of video game performances such as Mortal Kombat X’s Cassie Cage, or Rise in Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Any Gearbox fans out there may also place her voice correctly behind Borderlands 2’s Tiny Tina.
Burch’s career also includes TV shows ranging from the current smash hit Adventure Time where she voices Cheryl and Breezy to manga classics such as Dragon Ball Z Kai and Sasha Braus in Attack on Titan.
Shriner is not shy to the acting scene, although this was his first casting for a video game. Nik is most famous for his castings as Cory in Gossip Boy, Dude WTF as Jake, and as himself in Magic Kid II.
The range of voices that he demonstrated in his characters in Life is Strange as Daniel Da Costa, Luke Parker, Trevor, and troublemaker Nathan Prescott was fantastic, and we can only hope he’ll be cast for more roles in future games.
A singer, actress, and songwriter from South Africa, Dani Knights currently has only 6 credits to her name. Before lending her voice to Life is Strange’s Victoria Chase, Dana Ward, and Brooke Scott, her most notable appearance is as Danielle in 2014’s Restored Me.
She’s currently filming the upcoming TV show When I Grow Up and will star as Lily.
First hitting the scene with a cameo appearance in Grey’s Anatomy in 2012 as Chuck, Luna has gone on to feature in films such as 2015’s Body High as Juan and as the Client in I Am Gangster. Life is Strange was his first time voice acting in a video game, lending his voice to Warren Graham, Evan, and Justin. He has recently finished filming the short movie The Toss Up.
Cissy Jones has quite a few credits on the video games scene, most notably for Katjaa in Telltale’s Walking Dead: Season 1, and Shel, the Guard, and Howe’s Intercom in Season 2.
For those with a keen ear for additional voices in video games, Jones may sound familiar. It’s more than likely that you’ve heard Jones’ voice quite a few times in games whether you realize it or not. She’s been credited with the voices of the local population in Grand Theft Auto V, and additional voices in both InFamous: Second Son, and First Light. She’s currently recording for the upcoming game Firewatch where she will voice Delilah.
Known best for his work on Midnight Movie, Dragonquest, and Fate, Bonjour has also been credited for minor roles in Hitman: Absolution as Landon, and some additional voices in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. He’s also most recently appeared in the 5th season of smash hit TV show The Walking Dead, as Aiden Monroe for a few episodes.
Life is Strange saw Bonjour lend his voice to Arcadia Bay’s drug dealer, Frank.
Nominated for 2014’s IAWTV Award for Best Ensemble performance for her role as Harriet Smith in the show Emma Approved, Hutton is no slouch on the acting scene. Best known for her role as Harriet, Hutton has also been credited for her performances as Stacey Bell in Classic Alice, and 2013 movie G.B.F’s Christian Kid. Life is Strange saw her voice the trio of Alyssa, Juliet Watson, and Kate Marsh.
Derek Phillips is big on the video games scene with quite a lot of credits over the past few years. He has been credited most recently with additional voices in the likes of The Last of Us and Battlefield: Hardline but has voiced larger roles such as Officer Scott in Murdered: Soul Suspect, and Dishonored’s Lord Treavor Pendleton.
Life is Strange had Phillips using his talent to voice Samuel, Zachary Riggins, and the creepy photography teacher, Mark Jefferson.
Don McManus should be a familiar face to any fan of the classic movie Shawshank Redemption where he played Guard Wiley. McManus is a big hitter on the cast list for Life is Strange, with credits in The Maze Runner, Air Force One, and National Treasure. Off the movie screen, McManus has also had cameo appearances in Seinfeld, Star Trek: Voyager and Dexter.
Prior to voicing David Madsen, Hayden and Logan in Life is Strange, McManus has only been credited with voice acting in one other game, Code Blue as Bert Mungle. We hope to see him feature in more games soon.
Eric Morgan Stuart isn’t known much on the voice acting scene for video games, but instead is best known for his appearances in Another World as Chris Madison and Damien in Reality Bites. He voiced Principal Ray Wells in Life is Strange.
Joe Ochman played a relatively small, but crucial role in Life is Strange as William Price, Chloe’s father. You may recognize him from a film featuring a ginger cat that just loves lasagna called Garfield where he played one of the engineers. In the video game world, you may have observed that William Price sounded a little like Red Dead Redemption’s Professor Harold Mac Dougal.
Other notable voice acting credits include Jiminy Cricket from Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix, and Adam Grantham, Gus Harvey, and Nathan Pope from Murdered: Soul Suspect. His most recent movie appearances include The Purge: Anarchy, and family short Iesodo: Forgiveness where he voiced Joey Lotsko.
PaSean Wilson lent her voice to the privacy conscious Professor Grant. Life is Strange was the start of her career as a voice actor for video games, with her most notable credits prior to this being Dana Kramer in Another World, Striptease’s Sabrina Hepburn, and Scary or Die’s ‘clowned’ Frances.