Meet the Voice Actors of Metro Exodus’ Voice Cast
Chris Parson – Artyom
Chris Parson once again lends his voice to the English version of Artyom, the protagonist of the Metro series, further expanding his roles that feature different dialects. Alongside providing the dialogue for the Russian Ranger in Metro Exodus, he is best known for his work as Yusuf Tazim in Assassin’s Creed: Revelations and Junkrat in Overwatch.
Anna Graves – Anna
Sharing the name of her in-game character, Anna Graves has had numerous well-known supporting voice acting roles in video games and television over the last decade. Since 2001, she has lent her voice to multiple Star Wars properties in each medium, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV), Star Wars Rebels, and Disney Infinity 3.0.
Despite the fact that Graves’ character, Anna, isn’t the protagonist of the Metro series, her voice is often associated with it more than her husband Artyom, as she provides a lot of narration and back and forth dialogues with other characters.
Jamieson Price – Miller
Few characters in the Metro series are as experienced as Colonel Miller, a survivor of the battle for D6 and an all-around general badass. So it makes sense that veteran voice actor Jamieson Price is responsible for the deep vocals of the head of the Rangers of the Order. Fighting game fans will recognize him for his role as Paul Phoenix and Heihachi Mishima in Tekken and Iron Tager from the BlazBlue series.
Matt Reidy – Tokarev
Another experienced and talented artist, Matt Reidy should be a pretty familiar face to many across television and video games. He is Henry Lammott in Mad Men, Col. Davis in Call of Duty: WWII, and Mike Haggar in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Reidy plays Tokarev in Metro Exodus.
Boris Kievsky – Idiot
Boris Kievsky plays the role of Idiot, the ironically self-named resident philosopher aboard The Aurora in Metro Exodus. The former Soviet Union native has played plenty of english versions of Russian characters in games, voicing additional parts in shooters Call of Duty, Wolfenstein, and Ghost Recon.
Mark Ivanir – Krest
Metro Exodus certainly isn’t Mark Ivanir’s first voice acting role. The Ukrainian-born Israeli played Mikhail Bulgakov in Psychonauts and Prince Selim in Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. He has even appeared in the series before as a completely different character, Pavel Igorevich in Last Light.
Steve Blum – Sam
Fans will be racking their brains as to who Sam is in Metro Exodus. That’s because he’s voiced by one of the most well-known voice actors in anime, television, movies, and video games, Steve Blum. He is best known as Spike in Cowboy Bebop, Grayson Hunt in Bulletstorm, and Grunt in Mass Effect 2.
Ari Rubin – Alyosha
Alongside voicing the Blind Mutant in Metro Exodus, Ari Rubin is Alyosha, the scout specialist who revels in the thought of adventure. The majority of his previous credits are additional voices in Diablo III, but you may also remember him as the guy you can have the best conversation with ever in Fallout New Vegas, HELIOS One technician Mr. Fantastic.
Leonid Mendel – Damir
One of the newest voice actors on the scene, Leonid Mendel plays Damir, a medic with unwavering loyalty. This is his first documented role in any form of entertainment.
Dimitry Rozental – Duke
Another charismatic Ukrainian, Metro Exodus is Dimitry Rozental’s first role in a video game. Before playing Duke, an eager young Ranger, he has appeared in multiple shorts, as well as Mikhail in the massive shark thriller Megalodon.
Anastasia Baranova – Katya
Anastasia Baranova is Katya, a trained nurse hailing from the Southern Urals that makes her debut in Metro Exodus. While this may be her latest in a short list of video game characters, Baranova is a well-known television actress, landing leading roles as Jennifer “Scout” Lauer in Scout’s Safari and Addison “Addy” Carver in Z Nation.
Brad Grusnick – Stepan
Stepan is a human tank with years of service with the Spartans and Colonel Miller in Metro Exodus, playing a pivotal role in the Rangers’ success. This imposing figure is played by Brad Grusnick. Alongside his voice work in God of War and Asura’s Wrath, Grusnick is also an accomplished writer. So far he has already finished two books in his Vagrant series
Sofia Prokhorova – Nastya
The daughter of Katya, Nastya makes her debut in Metro Exodus. Along with her mother, Nastya fell in with Silantius and the Church of the Water Tsar, but she quickly renounced the religion, voicing her strong dislike for it frequently. She is played by first-time actress Sofia Prokhorova.
Kyle Arem – Kirill
Kyle Arem can add the Russian apocalypse to his resume in regards to characters he has voiced, playing Kirill in Metro Exodus. Even though he is newer, his voice may sound familiar, as he’s voiced Chris in Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma and Talcott Hester in Final Fantasy XV: Comrades.
JB Blanc – Yermak
JB Blanc plays Yermak in Metro Exodus, one of the few surviving Metro personnel from before the war. He has been busy as of late, providing the voice for Caustic and Kuben Blisk in the highly popular Battle Royale game Apex Legends.
Cindy Robinson – Giul
Cindy Robinson is a veteran of anime, video games, and movies. If you feel a tinge of anxiety when you hear her voice, it’s probably because you remember her as the voice of the women behind the Purge Emergency Broadcast System in The Purge movie series. In Metro Exodus, she plays Giul, a Caspian survivor and expert sniper.