Fans of SyFy’s series Lost Girl will know Amos as the charming Vex. Others may remember him as Mister Gold in the 2013 series Captain Canuck. Amos plays the newest stealth killer Jacob Frye in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, but he isn’t alone this time.
Atkin first made her star turn as Jason and Jasmine Costello in Hollyoaks Later. Shortly afterwards, she played Camilla in The Girl’s Guide to Depravity, and she joins the cast of Syndicate as Jacob’s twin sister, Evie. She’s currently filming for two movies, Haunted and The Downside of Bliss.
Faulkner is certainly the youngest of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’s cast at the age of 14, but she’s not new to the voice acting game. Besides playing young informant Clara O’Dea, she’s voiced Annie for the animated series Creative Galaxy. Outside of those, she played Katerina Kittycat in the kids show Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.
You won’t hear Newman’s voice talents until the Jack the Ripper DLC, but it doesn’t make him less worthy of recognition. Even discounting Jack, he’s had a busy year; he’s currently on FX’s The Bastard Executioner as Leon Tell, voiced various characters in Soma and Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, and provided the voice of Graden in The Witcher 3.
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Another former cast member of Lost Girl (he played Bo’s on/off/on/off werewolf boyfriend Dyson), Kris Holden-Reid plays the Templar Grand Master Starrick. He’s also played Adam Reynolds in the TV series The Listener and the titular hero Captain Canuck.
Aside from a bit role as a co-pilot in the recent Everest movie, Singh has had guest roles on shows like Law & Order: UK and Casualty, in addition to roles in TV movies like Stains of Staines and Bradford Riots. In Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, he voices Duleep Singh, a friend of Henry Green.
Surprisingly, Richings has had roles other than Death on Supernatural. He’s been on Hannibal, Orphan Black and the Transporter series, but he’s also had movie roles like in Man of Steel and X-Men 3. Aside from voicing Charles Darwin in Syndicate, he’s got six short films he’ll have roles in that are all currently in post production.
Voicing Henry Green in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is Deol’s second video game role, with the first being Zaki Malik in 2012’s Forza Horizon. He’s mostly made a name in live action films such as London Kahanis, Honeycomb Ledge, and Casting Nina.
Schneider is no stranger to the Assassin’s Creed series, first making her debut as Rebecca Crane in AC2. She returns in her role as the tech genius once again in Syndicate, but her voice roles don’t stop there. She’s the voice of Arecia in Final Fantasy Type-0, Mags and Bat Spin in Skylanders, and Stella in the Honest Hearts DLC of Fallout: New Vegas. Of course, when Schneider’s back as Rebecca, that also means the return of…
Like Schneider, Wallace first joined the series with AC2 and returns as snarky Brit Shaun Hastings for Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Wallace has been in every game since AC2, but he’s also been Alan in Volume, the Narrator in Thomas Was Alone, and provided some of the writing for AC3.
Aside from playing Piers in the TV show Young Dracula and a guest role on Luther, Mark Rowley plays Alexander Graham Bell in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Next year, he’ll have the title role as Macbeth in a new play. He also made it into London’s Top 1000 progressive people this year. Congrats!
Crane has mostly had guest roles on shows like Call the Midwife, Agatha Christie: Poirot, and Casualty. He also has had recurring roles on Doctors and Desperate Romantics. In Syndicate, he voices Frederic Abberline, the Chief Inspector of London who frequently works with the Assassins on cases.
Jeannin has provided a lot of voice work over the years. Not only is he Àlvaro Gramática in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, he’s also been in Deus Ex: Human Revolution as Wayne Haas, multiple roles in previous AC games, Bo Baxter in Arthur, and George Washington in Civilization V.
Returning for Syndicate as Juhani Otso Berg (who made a previous appearance in last year’s AC Rogue), Apergis has also done voices for Outlast, Deus Ex Human Revolution, and Rainbow Six Vegas. He’s also had numerous live action roles on shows and films like SyFy’s Being Human, Brick Mansions, and X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Also returning to Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is Kate Todd as Assassin member Bishop, who previously showed up in last year’s Unity. Todd was one of the main stars in the 2011 series My Babysitter’s a Vampire and a regular on Life with Derek. She’s also guest starred on Degrassi, Lost Girl, and Rookie Blue.
McAleer arrives in Syndicate as the famous playwright Charles Dickens. Outside of this, he’s had roles in the TV series Silent Witness, Field of Blood, and The Bill. He was also Joe Hogan in the TV series Trainer.
Miller is probably best known for singing the hit Queen song Bohemian Rhapsody…as performed by over two dozen of the most annoying music voices in the industry. Outside of that hilarious video, he’s provided voice roles for cartoons such as *deep breath* Atomic Betty, My Dad the Rock Star, Erky Perky, Berenstain Bears, Time Warp Trio, Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Totally Spies, and Beyblade. For Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, he voices Winston Churchill and Karl Max, the latter role he shares with Matthew Marsh.
Playing the young Arthur Conan Doyle in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate isn’t the young actor’s first journey into this universe. Stocks previously voiced a character in the Dead Kings DLC for Unity named Leon, and he also played young Brian Mulroney in the Mulroney opera.
Young showed up earlier in the year as the Countess Gisella Almassy on an episode of the CW’s Reign, but she’s also been in films like Orphan, Adam’s Wall, and Affinity. In Syndicate, she voices Ned Wynert, the series first transgender character.