Rhythm action game Hi-Fi Rush
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Meet the Voice Actors of Hi-Fi Rush’s Cast

Man, they sound familiar.

The action rhythm game Hi-Fi Rush follows Chai, an aspiring rockstar with bionic limbs, as he defeats corporate enemies with his electric guitar. But who are the voice actors behind the characters of Hi-Fi Rush? Here is everything you need to know.

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The Heroes of Hi-Fi Rush

Robbie Daymond as Chai

Chai is voiced by Robbie Draymond, best known for his roles in Critical Role, Spider-Man, and Final Fantasy XV.
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Chai, the ambitious slacker who gained his musical robot abilities from a secret corporate experiment turned disaster, is voiced by Robbie Daymond. Daymond voices Dorian Storm and Mateo ‘Sandy’ Sandoval in the TV Series “Critical Role” and Peter Parker in “Spider-Man.” His video game credits include voicing Goro Akechi and Crow in “Personal 5 Royal” and Prompto Argentum and Ixal in the English version of “Final Fantasy XV.”

Erica Lindbeck as Peppermint

Peppermint is voiced by Erica Lindbeck, known for her voice acting in Spider-Man, DC Super Hero Girls, and God of War: Ragnarok.
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Robotics expert extraordinaire, Peppermint is voiced by Erica Lindbeck. Lindbeck voices Black Cat on the TV Series “Spider-Man” and Mera on “DC Super Hero Girls.” Her video game credits include voicing Celica in “Fire Emblem: Engage” and Hrist in “God of War: Ragnarok.”

Gabe Kunda as Macaron

Macaron is voiced by Gabe Kunda, whose video game credits include Code Geass and Apex Legends.
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Macaron, the tank with a heart of gold, is voiced by Gabe Kunda. Kunda voices Kaburagi on the TV Mini-Series “Deca Dence” and Gueldre on “Black Clover.” His video game credits include voiceing Qujappat in “Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;Surrection” and Newcastle in “Apex Legends.”

Sunil Malhotra as CNMN

CNMN is voiced by Sunil Malhotra, voice actor from Fallout 4.
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The uncomfortably blunt robotic analyst CNMN (pronounced “Cinnamon”) is voiced by Sunil Malhotra. Malhotra has voiced Stripes in the children’s show “Blaze and the Monster Machines” and Gilmore and Zanror in “The Legend of Vox Machina.” His video game credits include Stripes in “Blaze and the Monster Machines: Axle City Racers” and Shank in “Fallout 4.”

The Villains of Hi-Fi Rush

Misty Lee as Rekka

Rekka is voiced by Misty Lee, best known as Freya McCloud in the TV series "Lego City Adventures."
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Boss villain Rekka is voiced by Misty Lee. Lee voices Freya McCloud on the TV Series “Lego City Adventures” and Kabae on “Aggretsuko.” Her video game credits include voicing The Ninth Sister Inquisitor in “Starwars Jedi: Fallen Order” and Koda Steelclaw in “World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.”

Todd Haberkorn as Zanzo

Todd Haberkorn, best known as the voice of Danath Trollbane and Toki in "World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth," plays programmer villain Zanzo.
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Programmer Zanzo is voiced by Todd Haberkorn. Haberkorn voices Natsu Dragneel in “Fairy Tail” and Luche Lazarus in “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV.” His video game credits include his work as Danath Trollbane and Toki in “World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth” and Ken, Aleister, and Naritaka in “River City Girls 2.”

David Fane as Roquefort

Roquefort is voiced by actor David Fane. Hi-Fi Rush is Fane's first video game role.
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Roquefort, the penny-pinching finance villain, is played by David Fane. Fane is an experienced actor and voice actor with a wide range of credits, including Fang in “Our Flag Means Death,” Jeff da Maori in “Bro’Town,” and Mr. Va’a in “The Tattooist.” Hi-Fi Rush is Fane’s first video game credit.

Roger Craig Smith as Kale Vandelay

Kale, the evil CEO, is voiced by Roger Craig Smith, best known for his voice acting in Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection and "Batman: Arkham Origins."
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Evil CEO Kale Vandelay is voiced by Roger Craig Smith, an Emmy award-winning voice actor with a lengthy list of credits. He voices Captain America and Steve Rogers in the TV Series “Avengers Assemble” and Mouse, Moose, and Skeleton in “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.” His video game credits include Ezio in “Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection” and Batman and Bruce Wayne in “Batman: Arkham Origins.”


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