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Meet the Voice Actors of Wolfenstein Youngblood’s Voice Cast

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Meet the Voice Actors of Wolfenstein Youngblood’s Voice Cast

The latest Wolfenstein game is brought to life by some superb voice acting performances, many of whom have experience across video games, film, and television. Here we’re breaking down the cast and introducing you the actors of Youngblood.

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Valerie Rose Lohman – Jess Blazkowicz

Described as an up and coming young actress who brings “spunkiness” to her performances over on IMDB, Valerie Rose Lohman’s career already span film, television, voiceover, and Theatre. Her best known on-screen performance is as Hazel in the movie Intrepid, whilst video game fans might remember her voice as Edith Finch from the hit adventure game What Remains of Edith Finch.

Shelby Young – Soph Blazkowicz

American actress Shelby Young is both credited with lead and supporting roles in video games and television on her resume. Having cut her teeth on shows such as Days of our Lives (KC), Shelby has since voiced Princess Leia in Star Wars: Forces of Destiny. Funnily enough, this isn’t Young’s first performance in a Wolfenstein game; she played Minnie Smith in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and she’s also credited as having been a script supervisor on the game as well.

Jasmin Savoy Brown – Abby ‘Super Spesh’ Walker

Jasmin Savoy Brown’s face will be familiar to those who have watched For The People. or the Netflix series ‘Love.’ Her best-known performance is perhaps as Evie Murphy in the critically acclaimed HBO’s drama series The Leftovers. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is her first role in the video game industry.

Brian Bloom – William Joseph ‘B.J.’ Blazkowicz

Brian Bloom reprises his role as the iconic B.J Blazkowicz in Youngblood, though it’s only a supporting role this time. Bloom’s vast experience voicing characters across a number of video game franchises includes recent work on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as Captain Nick Reyes, Spider-Man as the Taskmaster, and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite as Captain America. As for on-screen performances, he played Pike in The A Team.

Alicja Bachleda – Anya Oliwa

Polish actor Alicja Bachleda’s only performance in the video game industry is that of Anya Oliwa, a role she reprises having starred in previous modern Wolfenstein games. Her most notable on-screen work as Signe in The Girl Is in Trouble.

Debra Wilson – Grace Walker

Grace Walker is another returning character in Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Debra Wilson is once again the actor who plays her. If you played Days Gone earlier this year then you might recognize her as Addison ‘Addy’ Walker.<br><br>

The American actor is also known for her work on Over the Hedge, Batman: The Enemy Within, and for having played Crying Wolf in the critically acclaimed Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. On-screen work includes Oprah in Scary Movie 4.

Karen Strassman – Maria Laurent

American actor Karen Mie Strassman is known for her work on The Onania Club, Preacher, and Bosch. Roles in recent video games include Team Sonic Racing, Left Alive, and the role of Sofia Grigorievna Alexeeva in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.

Tamar Baruch – Julie ‘Juju’ Brandt

Dutch actor Tamar Baruch’s resume is mostly short film and television series that won’t be familiar to anybody outside the Netherlands. Her performance as JuJu in Youngblood is her first in a video game. You may remember her as having played the stepmother in To the Wonder, starring Ben Affleck.

Mike Davies – Lothar Brandt

Mike Davies is an English actor whose performance as Guderian in the movie T-34 is his most distinguished. The role of Lothar Brandt is the first time he’s voiced a video game.

Jean-Michel Richaud – Alain Leblanc/Civilian Francois

French actor Jean-Michel Richaud has had experience in several notable video game franchises such as Uncharted, and Call of Duty, but only in various supporting and minor roles. He was also credited with “Additional Voices” in the Disney film Frozen.

Monia Ayachi – Alaïs Fontaine

Belgian/Tunisian Actor Monia Ayachi’s performance as Alaïs is her first in a video game, but it’s little wonder she nailed the performance given that her resume includes credits not only for acting but writing, composing, and producing.

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