Apex Legends Voice Actors
You may want to know who the Apex Legends voice actors are, as the hero shooter battle royale has 21 unique personalities that are brought to life by the people behind them. Since its launch in 2019, Apex Legends has become an immensely popular FPS, and each player has found their favourite legends amongst the cast of characters. So if you want to know who's behind the legend you love to play as, check out the list of Apex Legends voice actors.
Apex Legends Voice Actors List
There are currently 21 different playable legends - with Apex Legends Vantage also set to join very soon - and an announcer in the game, who are all voiced. Below is the full list of characters along with their respective voice actor.
Announcer - Zehra Fazal
The game's announcer is a voice you will be familiar with after hearing it during every game, so you may also recognise some of Zehra's voice work over the 15 years she has been in the business. Most recently, she voiced Jane Foster or Lady Thor in the Marvel's Avengers game, and also lent her voice to Amara in Borderlands 3 a few years back.
Ash - Anna Campbell
Anna Campbell has seemingly spent the majority of her acting career in live action roles, with a guest role on a recent season of NCIS, and even Mad Men back in 2007. Starting with Lost Planet 3 in 2013 though, she started to venture into voice acting for video games more, debuting as Ash in Titanfall 2 and reprising the role for Apex.
Bangalore - Erica Luttrell
Erica Luttrell is a veteran actor of over 20 years, taking roles in Goosebumps, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Steven Universe, and Arrow to name a few. She's had a fair few high profile roles in video games too, providing voices for the Diablo III Witch Doctor, Dishonored 2's Emily Kaldwin, and Zo in the recent Horizon: Forbidden West.
Bloodhound - Allegra Clark
Allegra Clark is certainly busy these days, lending her voice to 12 different roles during 2021 alone. She's also a veteran of video game voice acting, with credits in Smite, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Tyranny, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Fortnite, and World of Warcraft, to name a few.
Caustic - JB Blanc
JB Blanc is another veteran of the acting trade, and someone that players may actually recognise due to his roles in Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, and most recently Barry. He's lent his voice to a multitude of high-profile video series, with credits for Assassin's Creed, Diablo, Batman: Arkham, Fallout, and more. He's also an accomplished voice director, using his experience to guide other talents in titles like the upcoming Diablo 4.
Crypto - Johnny Young
Johnny Young doesn't have the number of credits that many voice actors on this list do, but he's no slacker either, with roles in Overwatch shorts, the Far Cry 4 miniseries, and even the World War Z game. In 2021, he was also a member of the sound department for the smash Netflix hit, Squid Game.
Fuse - Ben Prendergast
Ben Prendergast's first video game voice role was as Patroclus for the huge indie roguelike Hades, and since continuing into the interactive medium as Fuse, he's claimed roles in Fallout: The Frontier mod, Call of Duty: Vanguard, and is even set to voice Tyr in the upcoming God of War: Ragnarök.
Gibraltar - Branscombe Richmond
Branscombe Richmond has been in the acting game for a long while, with his first acting credit coming back in 1976. Perhaps his biggest role came in the 90s, when he starred in the TV series Renegade for its whole run, and he's gone on to star in tonnes of supporting roles in movie and TV, with The Scorpion King, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and Just Go with It, as a few examples.
Horizon - Elle Newlands
Elle Newlands has been acting professionally for nearly 20 years, racking up many roles over that time. Her most recent role was as the Maykr Facility voice in DOOM Eternal, but she's also lent her voice to World of Warcraft, LEGO, Final Fantasy, and BioShock over the years.
Lifeline - Mela Lee
Mela Lee's first role was in 2001, but she didn't venture into the world of video games until 2009, where she has been a frequently been a part of English dubs for Japanese titles such as BlazBlue, Fire Emblem, Xenoblade Chronicles, and Pokémon. She also let her voice to the horrifying Jade in Mortal Kombat 11 back in 2019.
Loba - Fryda Wolff
Despite having a main voice role in 2003's PlanetSide, Fryda Wolff didn't start to really find her footing in video game voice acting until the 2010s. Since then, she has starred in games like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, The Elder Scrolls Online, and much more, along with a main role as Sara Ryder in Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Mad Maggie - Nicola Kawana
Nicole Kawana made her start in the theatre, and has gone on to star in a number of New Zealand-based theatre productions, while also acting in film and TV. Apex is her only video game role as of now, but who knows what the future holds.
Mirage - Roger Craig Smith
Roger Craig Smith is a man that hardly needs an introduction as a true veteran of video game voice acting. From Ezio Auditore in Assassin's Creed, to Chris Redfield in Resident Evil, and even Sonic in… Sonic. His voice acting credits number in the hundreds, and he's showing no signs of stopping any time soon.
Newcastle - Gabe Kunda
Gabe Kunda is one of the younger actors on this list, but since his first role in the English dub of the One Piece anime, he's lent his voice to over 70 different roles. Recently he voiced Kay/O in VALORANT, has starred in Attack on Titan, and multiple Barbie series.
Octane - Nicolas Roye
With over a hundred credits since his debut in the English dub of Sailor Moon in 1992, Nicolas Roye has been slowly building his name in the voice acting world, while also starring in TV series like Malcolm in the Middle and CSI. His other video games roles include Hal in Cyberpunk 2077, Echo-216 in Halo Infinite, and Hakan in Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
Pathfinder - Chris Edgerly
Chris Edgerly has been in a number of roles over his nearly 30-year career, appearing in over 173 episodes of The Simpsons, a one-off appearance in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and even DreamWorks Dragons as Gobber. He's consistently lent his voice to video games, with credits for Diablo, Mass Effect, and more, while playing Spider-Man in The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man theme park ride at Universal Studios Japan.
Rampart - Anjali Bhimani
Anjali Bhimani spends more time acting than voice acting, racking up roles in the recent Ms. Marvel, as well as Silicon Valley, Modern Family, and The Sopranos. However, gamers may also recognise her as Symmetra in Overwatch, or Yasmin in Fallout 76: Steel Dawn.
Revenant - Darin De Paul
Darin De Paul's first acting credit came in 1989 when he guest-starred in an episode of Miami Vice, but it wasn't until the 2010s when really began to consistently pick up roles. Many players may recognise him as Reinhardt in Overwatch, Samuel Hayden in DOOM and its sequel, and Ardyn in Final Fantasy 15.
Seer - Iké Amadi
Since 2008, Iké Amadi has been in numerous video games, starring in series like Mass Effect, Grand Theft Auto, Wolfenstein, Halo, and much more. He's also set to star in a currently undisclosed role in Starfield.
Wattson - Justine Huxley
Justine Huxley doesn't have a huge amount of voice acting credits, coming in at under 20 since her debut in Grand Theft Auto V as random pedestrians. Since then, she performed a similar role in Red Dead Redemption 2, and even starred in both Lost Ark and Relayer in 2022 alone.
Wraith - Shantel VanSanten
Shantel VanSanten only has one video game credit as Wraith in Apex, but she's certainly recognisable due to her high-profile roles as Becca Butcher in The Boys, main character Karen Baldwin in For All Mankind, and a number of credits in One Tree Hill, The Flash, and more.
Valkyrie - Erika Ishii
Erika Ishii has provided her voice work for a number of games, but she may be most well known as a host for various Critical Role productions and Geek and Sundry shows. She guest-starred in an episode of Critical Role season three, and has lent her voice to Deathloop, Cyberpunk 2077, Fortnite, Destiny 2, and Code Vein over the years.
That's all for our breakdown of the Apex Legends voice actors, and now you know a little about the people behind your favourite characters.