Voice actors and cast in Red Dead Redemption 2

Learn the voice actors behind many of Red Dead Redemption 2's most prominent characters.

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The team at Rockstar Games took their sweet time with Red Dead Redemption 2, and their efforts show. Not only is the game packed with content and collectibles, it also features some of the finest voice acting talents in the games industry. Players who are interested in learning who voices Arthur Morgan, Dutch Van der Linde, Abigail Roberts, and many more are in luck, because we've outlined some of the game's biggest stars and most notable voice actors below.


Featured voice actors in Red Dead Redemption 2

Before reading ahead, please note that some of the voice actors featured below may potentially spoil character reveals for Red Dead Redemption 2. This is your spoiler warning — reader discretion is advised.

Arthur Morgan and Roger Clark
Roger Clark voices Arthur Morgan

Arthur Morgan - Roger Clark

Red Dead Redemption 2 lead protagonist Arthur Morgan is played by American actor Roger Clark, whom fans might recognize from his roles in 2014's A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Wild West, and animated series Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers.

Dutch van der Linde and Benjamin Byron Davis
Benjamin Byron Davis voices Dutch van der Linde

Dutch van der Linde - Benjamin Byron Davis

Van der Linde gang leader Dutch is played by Massachusetts native actor Benjamin Byron Davis, who also voiced Dutch in the previous Red Dead Redemption release. Aside from video games, fans may recognize him from his roles in Rizzoli & Isles, Parks and Recreation, How I Met Your Mother, and Bones.

Cali Elizabeth Moore voices Abigail Roberts
Cali Elizabeth Moore voices Abigail Roberts

Abigail Roberts - Cali Elizabeth Moore

Abigail Roberts was voiced by Cali Elizabeth Moore, an actress and stuntwoman whose resume includes roles in television series Broad City and 30 Rock as well as a role in short film The Shvitzing.

Javier Escuella and Gabriel Sloyer
Gabriel Sloyer voices Javier Escuella

Javier Escuella - Gabriel Sloyer

The Van der Linde Gang's resident hard-hitter Javier Escuella is played by none other than Gabriel Sloyer, an actor fans may recognize from his roles in television series like Orange is the New Black, Narcos, Power, Jessica Jones, and Limitless.

Bill Williamson and Steve J. Palmer
Steve J. Palmer voices Bill Williamson

Bill Williamson - Steve J. Palmer

Beard grower and noted flannel enthusiast Bill Williamson is played by New York native actor Steve J. Palmer, a returning cast member from the previous Red Dead Redemption credited with roles in TV series like Queen Gorya, House of Lies, and Deadwood.

Sadie Adler and Alex McKenna
Alex McKenna voices Sadie Adler

Sadie Adler - Alex McKenna

The role of Sadie Adler is played by Hollywood native Alex McKenna, an actress with several major credit film and television roles including The Legend of Korra, Dallas, 90210, What Women Want, and The Trouble with Larry.

Micah Bell and Peter Blomquist
 Peter Blomquist voices Micah Bell

Micah Bell - Peter Blomquist

The remarkably unsavory role of Micah Bell is played by actor Peter Blomquist, who voiced Dr. Harlan Fontaine in Rockstar Games' L.A. Noire. Fans may also recognize him from his role in television series Get Hit, where he plays Garlyn Thornquist.

John Marston and Rob Wiethoff
Rob Wiethoff voices John Marston

John Marston - Rob Wiethoff

John Marston was once again voiced by Rob Wiethoff, a relative unknown in the industry whose only other working credits include appearances in Double Tap, The Outside, and 16 Blocks, as well as a role voicing Lazarus in 2013 video game release Codename Cygnus.


Now that you're familiar with the most prominent voice actors featured in Red Dead Redemption 2, catch up other big highlights of Rockstar Games' latest open-world release by heading over to Shacknews' extensive Red Dead Redemption 2 walkthrough and guide.

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