Red Dead Redemption 2 Character Voice Actors

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Highlights

  • Rockstar Games allocated significant resources to finding talented actors for Red Dead Redemption 2, resulting in incredible voices for the game’s memorable characters.
  • The voices behind main characters like Arthur Morgan, Dutch Van Der Linde, John Marston, Colm O’Driscoll, and others contribute to the immersive and likable nature of the game.
  • From the gruff voice of Roger Clark as Arthur Morgan to the seasoned performances of actors like Benjamin Byron Davis, Rob Wiethoff, and Ellen Harvey, the cast of voice actors in RDR2 brings the characters to life.

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While there’s no doubt that Rockstar Games spent an incredible amount of money on Red Dead Redemption 2, a significant portion of the studio’s resources must’ve been allocated to finding some of the best actors in the industry, as made evident by the incredible voices behind some of RDR2’s most memorable characters.

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If you’ve grown attached to any of the main characters in RDR2’s main story, or perhaps more specifically, their voices, then you’ve hitched your curiosity to no finer spot than this humble web page. Folks must consider you a good navigator; the internet can feel as expansive as the Wild West did.

There are plenty of memorable characters you meet in Red Dead Redemption 2, but sadly, not every person you meet can be included. Although who you define as a “main” character may differ slightly from the characters mentioned, those who made the cut were evaluated for their roles and presence in the main story.

Major spoilers ahead; if you’re worried, there’s no better time than the present to start or finish your own playthrough of RDR2.

12 Arthur Morgan

Arthur Morgan seen wearing a leather jacket, black cowboy hat, and drinking from a metal cup.

RDR2 wouldn’t be the same without Arthur Morgan, the gruff, imperfect main protagonist who doesn’t necessarily have to be defined by his oftentimes violent past. Arthur Morgan, however, wouldn’t be nearly as likable or immersive without the talented voice of Roger Clark.

If you’re unfamiliar with Clark, a New Jersey native who ended up being raised in Ireland, there’s a chance you heard his voice in Tactics Ogre: Reborn, Fort Solis as Jack Leary, or in Back 4 Blood. Did you know Clark has worked in over 40 different countries?

11 Dutch Van Der Linde

Dutch Van Der Linde seen holding his arms up, wearing a nice black coat and a red and white checkered mask.

Dutch is a well-dressed, charismatic man leading the Van Der Linde gang who frequently devises grand plans with the aim of finally making it big and ditching the outlaw life for good. Matching and projecting that charisma is Benjamin Byron Davis, an actor whose first video game appearance was in a radio commercial in GTA: San Andreas.

Since then, Davis has been able to land more impactful gigs, performing the voice of Dutch in the original Red Dead Redemption, and Paul Kadarowski in L.A. Noire. While Davis’ career has largely revolved around TV shows, it’d be great to see him again in future video games.

10 John Marston

John Marston, seen with a scraggly beard and a dirty brown cap.

It wasn’t that much of a shock to see Rockstar Games loop John Marston, the incredibly popular main protagonist of RDR, into RDR2. Indiana native Rob Wiethoff is the voice behind John Marston, an actor with a surprisingly limited acting history. However, sparse history isn’t a problem if you enjoy quality over quantity.

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With Wiethoff being the voice of John Marston in RDR, it just makes sense that he’d be asked to play that role again. Wiethoff must really like Marston as a character, too, considering he agreed to do new voice lines eight years after RDR was originally released.

9 Colm O’Driscoll

Colm O'Driscoll, seen with a gray beard and long hair, wearing formal black and white attire and a green tie.

It’d be impossible to leave out Colm O’Driscoll, the infamous leader of the O’Driscoll gang that Dutch won’t let you forget. As it turns out, it’s hard to end a blood feud and let the past remain in the past since getting revenge by shedding more blood tends to get you caught in a vicious cycle.

While it’s a bit of a shock to see Andrew Berg, a newcomer to the acting industry, voice such a pivotal character in RDR2, it makes more sense when you consider just how infrequently you hear Colm O’Driscolls voice at all; he’s quite elusive.

8 Leviticus Cornwall

Leviticus Cornwall, an aged man with thinning hair and a full beard, wearing opulent accessories and formal attire.

Well, it turns out your actions have consequences, and blowing up the train of the incredibly wealthy Leviticus Cornwall eventually bites you in the butt; those with immense wealth and capital don’t give up their place among the elites willingly, after all.

While he usually operates from the shadows growing his sugar empire or convincing Henry Favours to steal native land for oil extraction, Cornwall does, however, have the spine to address you and Dutch personally through the voice of John Rue, an actor with a robust history involving over 35 productions.

7 Andrew Milton

Andrew Milton, seen wearing black gloves and a coat, with a red vest underneath and a badge pinned to his coat.

Andrew Milton is a seasoned Pinkerton with a short temper when it comes to cutting deals with the people he’s been hired to track down. To back that temper, Rockstar reached out to John Hickok, a veteran of the Law and Order TV show series who played Dr. Lyle Semenko, Danville, Dennis Roberts, and Mr. McGarrett.

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It’s spectacular how accurately Hickok plays a Pinkerton; it’s almost like he was one in a past life, back when coal miners had to fight independent police forces for better wages, shorter work hours, and less exploitative conditions.

6 Catherine Braithwaite

Catherine Braithwaite, seen wearing a clean purple dress, blush, and a fancy turquoise amulet.

Catherine Braithwaite was willing to stoop as low as stealing a child, hiding them from their parents, and handing them over to another wealthy family; she shouldn’t be surprised that karma caught up to her and burned her lavish estate to the ground.

Fortunately, California native Ellen Harvey, the voice for Braithwaite, doesn’t reflect such a corrupted moral compass. In fact, Harvey was seen in season two of the Gotham TV series, playing the role of a judge; perhaps she cares a lot about justice?

5 Angelo Bronte

Angelo Bronte, seen holding a gun, and wearing red lounge clothes, and a black and white headband.

From chatting nonchalantly and drinking the finest liquor with suited men at his immaculate estate, to living out his last moments as he is drowned and fed to alligators, it’s hard to forget the eccentric Italian crimelord Angelo Bronte.

Although he’s American, Jim Pirri puts on a great accent for Bronte. Perhaps all his time spent voicing other characters in big titles, like Kraven from Spider-Man 2, Captain Mathius from Dead Space, or Birgir from God of War: Ragnarok, allowed him to perfect his craft.

4 Hercule Fontaine

Hercule Fontaine, seen shirtless standing near a brick wall with jungle flora in the background.

Meeting Hercule Fontaine is almost like being thrown into a cutscene from Far Cry 6, given his circumstance as a Haitian rebel forced to fight off the oppressors in his native land. Heck, they’re even fighting on an island, and the oppressors are Cuban; the region of Yara in Far Cry 6 is inspired by the region and climate Cuba is located in.

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Hercule is voiced by Guyviaud Joseph, who couldn’t have been a more perfect fit for the role, given that he’s Haitian-American. Since Joseph only played a small part in Grand Theft Auto 5, this role was a big step up in his video game-related acting career.

3 Henry Favours

Henry Favours, a Union colonel seen wearing typical, dark blue officer attire with polished buttons.

It was pretty awesome seeing the Union Colonel Henry Favours fall; he got what he deserved, given that he was allegedly a coward in battle and made it clear during peace talks that he had no respect for the Native Americans in the game.

Perhaps in a strange twist of fate, Favours is voiced by Malachy Cleary, an actor primarily known for his role in shows like Manifest or The Deuce, who would look surprisingly similar to the old Union colonel if you gave him the same wild facial hair.

2 Rains Fall

Rains Fall, an older native american man with long hair seen sitting near a damaged brown tent.

While some of you might’ve put Eagle Flies here instead, Rains Fall naturally has plenty of dialogue with you, not only because he seems rather wise, but also due to the duality of him wanting peace but also loving his son, who’d rather fight off colonizers than delegate with them.

Voicing Rains Fall is Graham Greene, a Canadian born at the Six Nations Reserve known for his long acting career and his roles in various films and TV shows, like The Green Mile, Dances with Wolves, The Last of Us, and Goliath.

1 Micah Bell

Micah Bell, seen with long, blonde hair, a bloody lip, and multiple bruises across his face.

Micah Bell is a pretty malevolent cowboy; although he’s certainly someone you want on your side in a bar brawl or a gunfight, his proclivity for violence as an ultimate solution to various problems makes him a terrible option for diplomatic endeavors.

Micah’s voice, which was taken on by writer, actor, and producer Peter Blomquist, might sound familiar to you if you remember any of Dr. Harlan Fontaine’s dialogue in L.A. Noire. Regardless, RDR2 gives you plenty of time to evaluate whether you like Blomquist’s voice acting.

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