Alan Wake 2 voice actors: All cast & characters
Alan Wake 2 has made its grand debut, showcasing a stellar lineup of characters given life by a skilled voice acting ensemble. Discover who’s behind each voice and where you might have heard them before.
Over a decade since the first game, the sequel presents a grimmer narrative with our hero, Alan Wake, confined to the Dark Place, and newcomer Saga Anderson unraveling a related mystery in the haunting town of Bright Falls.
As you progress through the story, you’ll meet plenty of interesting characters who have all been brought to life by a talented cast of voice actors, and you’ll likely recognize some of them from their previous work in games and TV.
So, here’s a rundown of every voice actor in Alan Wake 2.
Alan Wake 2 voice cast
There are six actors portraying Alan Wake 2’s main characters, and you can find a rundown of them all below. The cast members are:
- Alan Wake – Matthew Porretta
- Saga Anderson – Melanie Liburd
- Mr. Door – David Harewood
- Alex Casey – James McCaffrey
- Ahti – Martii Suosalo
- Kiran Estevez – Janina Gavankar
Alan Wake 2 voice actors
Alan Wake / Matthew Porretta
Returning from the previous game, Matthew Porretta again stars as protagonist Alan Wake. The actor has appeared in various film and television roles over the years, including Dan Rubin on Beverly Hills, 90210 and Will Scarlet O’Hara in Robin Hood: Men in Tights.
In addition to playing Alan Wake in other Remedy Games like Quantum Break, Porretta also played Control‘s Dr. Casper Darling. Other video game roles include additional voices in Grand Theft Auto 5 and Red Dead Online.
Saga Anderson / Melanie Liburd
Alan Wake 2’s second playable character is Saga Anderson, an FBI agent and the subject of the story Wake is writing. Saga is played by Melanie Liburd, a British actress known for her roles on various TV shows. Major credits include Zoe Baker on This Is Us, Red Priestess on Game of Thrones, and Jenna on The Idol.
Alan Wake 2 is Liburd’s first video game credit.
Mr. Door / David Harewood
After being referenced in Control, Remedy fans will finally learn more about Mr. Door in Alan Wake 2. He’s played by David Harewood, who is best known for his roles as David Estes on Homeland and J’onn J’onzz/Martian Manhunter and Hank Henshaw/Cyborg Superman in Supergirl.
Harewood’s other video game roles include Staff Sergeant Usef Omar in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Captain Quinton Cole in Battlefield 3.
Alex Casey / James McCaffrey
James McCaffery plays Alex Casey, Saga’s FBI partner who shares a name with the an in-game book series written by Alan Wake. The character has been teased in other Remedy titles and, like Mr. Door, players will finally be able to learn more about him in this game.
Gamers, particularly Remedy fans, will likely recognize McCaffery for his role as Max Payne. He also played Zachariah Trench in Control. Other credits include Jimmy Keefe in Rescue Me, Gordon Specter on Suits, and Maximillian “Max” Tatum on Jessica Jones.
Ahti / Martii Suosalo
Reprising his role from Control, Finnish actor Marii Suosalo is back as mysterious “janitor” Ahti – a performance that earned him a BAFTA. Most of Suosalo’s roles are in Finnish film and television, including Toivo Parikka in Laugh or Die and Irwin Goodman in The Rose of the Rascal.
Kiran Estevez / Janina Gavankar
American actress Janina Gavankar plays Federal Bureau of Control agent Kiran Estevez, a character that was mentioned in Control. She is best known for television roles such as Eva “Papi” Torres on The L Word, McKenna Hall on Arrow, and Luna Garza on True Blood.
Gavankar also has some gaming credits, including Amita in Far Cry 4, Freddie in Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical, and Sinmara in God of War Ragnarok.
That’s what you should know about Alan Wake 2’s main voice cast. For more on the game, check out our other guides below:
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