Rage 2 is an expansive open world shooter that’s full of things to see and quirky characters to meet. Many of them will have voices that you recognize. Here are the voice actors who make up Rage 2’s voice cast.
Walker (Female) – Amanda C. Miller
Right at the start of the game, you get to choose whether your Walker is male or female. The female version is played by Amanda C. Miller. While you may know her voice as Boruto Uzumaki in the Naruto series, you’ll recognise her from other video games too. She has played characters in the likes of NieR: Automata, Agents of Mayhem, PlanetSide 2, and World of Warcraft.
Walker (Male) – Sam Riegel
The male version of Walker, however, is played by Sam Riegel. You’ll likely know him best for playing Donatello in the TMNT TV show, but he’s also lent his voice to a lot of video games. Most notably, he’s played Teddie in Persona 4 and the spin-offs, Peter Parker in the Amazing Spider-Man movie tie-ins, and smaller roles in the likes of Halo 4, Bioshock Infinite, and The Last of Us.
Loosum – Courtenay Taylor
Loosum is one of the characters you meet early on in Rage 2 that you complete mission for and she is played by Courtenay Taylor, who is a very experienced video game actor. During her career, she has played the player character in Fallout 4, Scarlett Rhodes in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and Amanda Holliday in Destiny 2.
Dr. Kvasir – Neil Ross
One of a few actors in Rage 2’s voice cast to return after being in the first game, Neil Ross plays Dr. Kvasir. Away from the series, you may also know him from playing the Codex Narrator in the Mass Effect games, Colonel Volgin in Metal Gear Solid 3, and the Narrator in the original Call of Duty. His experience playing narrator/announcers doesn’t stop there though, as he also played Museum Narrator in Back to the Future: Part II in 1989.
Klegg – Jason Spisak
Jason Spisak is another pretty experienced member of Rage 2’s voice cast, in which he plays Klegg. You’ve likely heard his voice very recently, having played Raymond ‘Skizzo’ Sarkoski in Days Gone and Karney in Anthem. Before this year though, he has played Scorpion in Marvel’s Spider-Man and Carrus in Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
Lily – Carla Tassara
Carla Tassara is another member of Rage 2’s voice actor cast who has played a lot of characters in other games recently. You’ll likely know her as Knight Lucia / Katherine Pinn in Fallout 4, Tekla in Wolfenstein: The New Order, and RAY n Mighty No. 9. She plays Lily, your character’s sister in Rage 2.
Marshall – Jason Hightower
While Jason Hightower might be most known for his voice work in animated shows from Star Wars Resistance to Clash-A-Rama!, he has some video game credits that you’ll know. He is El Yayo in Ghost Recon: Wildlands. In Rage 2, he plays Marshall, who’s another of the characters that you complete missions for.
Cross – Josh Petersdorf
Josh Petersdorf’s acting credits may not be plentiful, but most gaming fans will know one voice actor role in particular. He has played Terminus in Paladins, Storm Tech Chaac in Smite, and Duma in Fire Emblem Heroes, but you’ll know him mostly for playing Roadhog in Overwatch. He plays Cross in Rage 2.
Desdemonya Cold – Julianne Grossman
While Julianne Grossman is known mostly for playing the Discovery Computer in Star Trek Discovery, and roles in DC animated shows, she has lent her voice to video games before too. You might know her as Angela Wagner in Prey: Mooncrash, Ranja in For Honor, or Supreme Chancellor Saresh in Star War: The Old Republic. She plays Desdemonya Cold in Rage 2.
RUCKUS – Andrew WK
You’ll probably know Andrew WK more for his music, and particularly his performance at Bethesda’s E3 show last year, when the game was announced. Not only is he tied to the game with his music, but he is a voice actor for a character too. Ruckus is the character that you might recognise if you picked up the collector’s edition of Rage 2.
Phoenix – Lynda Carter
Your car in Rage 2, Phoenix, talks to you as you make your way from point to point in the open world. You’ll likely know the voice too as the car is played by Lynda Carter of Wonder Woman fame. This isn’t Carter’s first video game role though, as she has also played Magnolia in Fallout 4 and Azura in The Elder Scrolls Online and Skyrim.