Looking for all of Valorant’s voice actors? We’ve got the full cast right here for you, from Jett to Chamber.
Valorant has taken the gaming world by storm, with Riot’s hit FPS bringing people around the globe together in a fight to save Future Earth. Featuring a whole roster of mysterious Agents, there’s a handful of characters for players to pick.
With every new addition, a new voice actor from joins the fray. This article will focus on the English-speaking voice actors in Valorant, and you might even know a couple of them based on their previous roles.
Not all of the voice actors are known, but we will update this as more information arises — and as more Agents are released!
- All Valorant Voice Actors
- Announcer: Cynthia Kaye McWilliams
- Astra: Effie Nkrumah
- Breach: David Menkin
- Brimstone: Steve Blum
- Chamber: Hugo Pierre Martin
- Cypher: Nabil Elouahabi
- Fade: Selin Cuhadaroglu
- Jett: Shannon Williams
- KAY/O: Gabe Kunda
- Killjoy: Eva Feiler
- Neon: Vanille Velasquez
- Omen: Jason Marnocha
- Phoenix: Afolabi Alli
- Raze: Carolina Ravassa
- Reyna: Karina Altamirano
- Sage: Naomi Yang
- Skye: Miranda O’Hare
- Sova: Aaron Vodovoz
- Viper: Ashly Burch
- Yoru: Daisuke Takahashi
Technically, the announcer isn’t a character. However, given how frequently you hear the voice of McWilliams, she deserves a mention. In Victory or Defeat, you’ll hear her call out the important things in-game, including the forever-triumphant Ace notification.
The woman behind Astra’s singing and adorable quips is Australian-Ghanaian voice actor, Effie Nkrumah. The perfect personality to tame the space-age Agent, Effie has a long history both in the creative and promoting Ghanaian culture.
Mostly focused on poetry and non-fiction writing, Effie has released multiple African-focused books under the pen name Benumah.
Breach may be Swedish, but Norwegian voice actor David Menkin does a pretty good job of playing the ginger-bearded Initiator. After all, he’s a professional who’s been mastering his craft for 20 years.
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Outside of Valorant though, he’s more than just a voice actor, appearing in Florence Foster Jenkins, and even the Angry Birds Movie. Plus, he’s also played Malos in Xenoblade Chronicles, and even helped Blizzard with WoW’s Battle for Azeroth expansion.
Steve Blum is one of gaming’s most well-known voice actors, so it makes sense he voices one of the faces of Valorant, Brimstone. The attitude of the stern American controller fits Blum’s iconic deep voice.
Blum has been on dozens of credits — everything from Dota 2 to Maplestory, Mortal Kombat to Starcraft 2, and even some anime dubbing in Cowboy Bebop, Demon Slayer, Sword Art Online, and more. It’s easier to count what Blum hasn’t done!
Strutting his way onto Future Earth is Hugo Pierre Martin, the voice actor behind French Sentinel Agent, Chamber.
Appearing as a Deputy in HBO’s adaption of classic sci-fi Western film, Westworld, he also lends his voice to characters in Ghosts of Tsushima and Shin Megami Tensei.
Valorant’s Moroccan Agent, Cypher, is voiced by native Nabil Elouahabi. While we don’t see a lot of Cypher, his smooth voice is certainly loved by fans.
Valorant is actually Elouahabi’s first video game role, previously starring on BBC shows like Casualty and EastEnders.
Valorant’s fearsome Turkish agent is voiced by native Turk Selin Cuhadaroglu. Valorant is actually Cuhadoraglu’s first foray into video games, having worked in TV beforehand.
Narrative Writer Ryan Clements called her “perfect” for the role of Fade, adding that Riot were lucky to be “able to work with her on bringing an authentic (badass) Turkish voice onto the team.”
Shannon Williams is a K-Pop star turned voice actor, having broken onto the scene on SBS’s Star King in 2010. It’s a bit different from her singing career, but her voice lines are some of the most iconic alongside Phoenix.
Williams herself is an avid Valorant player and streamer, known to play as the character she voiced and surprise her teammates with renditions of Jett’s iconic quips. If you happen to bump into her in-game, you might be able to ask her for a little grab!
While Texan-born Gabe Kunda is the voice behind Future Earth’s terrifying terminator, KAY/O, his voice has been heavily edited to give it that very robotic feel.
Lending his vocal talents to thousands of projects over the years, but especially the English dubs of Black Clover, My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan, he also voices Jackal in the latest season of Call of Duty: Warzone. He can be found wandering around Future Earth. So, if you come across him, be sure to ask whether or not he’s in kill mode before you try to chat!
The bright and bubbly German engineer has a voice actor to match in Eva Feiler. Funnily enough, they even own the same yellow jacket, which gives Feiler the look to match the voice.
Feiler has also featured in Urban Legends and The Crown. She has even narrated some audiobooks, including a Warhammer horror audio drama named Darkly Dreaming.
Speed queen extraordinaire and Filipino Duelist, Neon, is voiced by Manila-based actor, Vanille Velasquez.
Not only does she play Neon, she also is the vocals behind League of Legends champion, Zeri, as well as titular character Jelly in Filipino children’s TV show, Jelly, Ben and Pogo.
The ominous Omen is played by American voice actor Jason Marnocha. It’s not a carbon copy of what the actor sounds like in real life, given all the effects played over Omen’s voice, but you can feel the raw emotion Marnocha has put into it.
Marnocha has done multiple anime dubs, including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Carole and Tuesday, as well as making an appearance in WoW’s Shadowlands expansion as Prince Renathal.
Arguably the most iconic voice actor in Valorant, Phoenix’s Afolabi Alli has some very iconic quips in-game. From “super high-level tactic,” to just yelling your “skrrra,” you can hardly join a lobby with a Phoenix player without hearing them read out his lines. We’ve even spoken to Alli about what it was like to voice Phoenix!
Before Valorant, Alli has featured in a couple of British television shows, and is set to appear in the This Is Hell mini-series later in 2021.
Raze’s voice actress, Carolina Ravassa, is another popular figure in the gaming community. She’s most well known for playing Sombra in Overwatch; and so when she jumped into Valorant as Raze, many fans were hyped.
That’s not all she’s done though, having appeared in GTA V, Just Cause 4, and most recently Cyberpunk 2077. Not a bad resume at all.
Karina Altamirano is only just starting out as a voice actor, but landing the gig as Reyna has certainly been good. She doesn’t have much in her portfolio, but she absolutely killed it as the Mexican duelist.
Altamirano played into the character perfectly, and has even picked up some Valorant herself; duoing with Ravassa as Reyna and Raze back on the game’s release for a bit of fun.
Ever wonder who’s behind the lady healing your team up? That’d be Naomi Yang voicing Sage. The experienced voice actor killed it as the Chinese Sentinel, and we’re sure she gets just as annoyed when teammates ask for heals as the rest of us.
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Naomi Yang has featured in TV series and movies before, but Valorant is her first appearance in a video game. She’s set to appear in the Wolfe TV series later in 2021.
The thick accent you hear from the Australian eco-warrior? That belongs to Miranda O’Hare. Her popularity has boomed since jumping on Valorant, with many fans hitting her up on TikTok for some hotly requested voice lines. She even streams on occasion!
Like most Australian actors, O’Hare appeared at some time on the popular soap opera Home and Away before making the jump to America.
The straight-and-narrow Sova doesn’t really beat around the bush with his voice lines. Aaron Vodovoz is the man behind the Russian sniper, always scouting ahead for the team.
He’s been in the limelight for 20 years, making his first TV debut back in 2001. He’s had a long career so far, and Valorant might not even be his biggest role with an appearance in The King’s Man down the line.
Ashly Burch is another big-name voice actor who made it onto Valorant. As the woman behind Viper, her lines have been savored by die-hard fans as some of the most iconic in the game. After all, she is one of the cover stars for Valorant.
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She’s had a storied career before Valorant though. She was a writer on Adventure Time, and won awards for her Life Is Strange and Horizon Zero Dawn performances. Adding Viper onto her resume is just another string in her bow.
While not much is know about the voice actor behind the stealthy Duelist, Yoru was Daisuke Takahaski’s first-ever video game role.
His career includes several different anime roles, including supporting parts in the ‘Wake Up, Girls!’ series and several roles in “DEVILMAN: Crybaby.”
So that’s all of Valorant’s voice cast! If you’re looking to catch up on all of the voice actors behind your favorite games, we’ve also got lists of all of Apex Legends and Overwatch‘s heroes to sink your teeth into!