Eager to learn more about the Wolfenstein: Youngblood voice actors? You're in the right place. Like many releases from popular game developers, the folks at Arkane Studios and MachineGames made sure to break out the big guns when it came to voicing the game's many characters. Dedicated players will hear a few familiar voices return from past Wolfenstein releases, but there are a number of other top talents in the mix as well. Read on to learn more about the featured cast members and voice actors in Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
Voice actors and cast in Wolfenstein: Youngblood
Here are the biggest voice actors featured in Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Before we go any further, spoiler warning: The character names below may give away some of the plot or themes in Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Reader discretion is advised.
Jess Blazkowicz - Valerie Lohman
The voice of Jess Blazkowicz in Wolfenstein: Youngblood is provided by Valerie Rose Lohman, an actress who may be immediately recognizable for having voiced Edith Finch in What Remains of Edith Finch. Though Lohman has a relatively small amount of acting credits, she can be seen in a number of short films, including The Callback, Falling Out, Needles, and Intrepid.
Soph Blazkowicz - Shelby Young
Shelby Young provides the voice of Soph in the latest Wolfenstein release. A Florida-borne actress with a penchant for both TV and games, players may recognize her from her work in games Dead Rising 3, Battlefield 1, and Final Fantasy 15. She also provided the voice of Minnie Smith in Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus.
Abby "Super Spesh" Walker - Jasmin Savoy Brown
Super Spesh is voiced by up-and-coming actress Jasmin Savoy Brown, whom players may have seen in TV series such as Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Stitchers, The Leftovers, and For The People. According to her IMDb page, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is Brown's very first video game credit.
William Joseph "B.J." Blazkowicz - Brian Bloom
Legendary voice actor Brian Bloom provides the voice for none other than B.J. Blazkowicz himself in Wolfenstein: Youngblood. A true veteran of the voice acting game, Bloom has credits dating all the way back to 1980s film and television series. He first broke into the world of games by voicing several characters in Everquest 2, and would go on to provide voices for games such as Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Yakuza, Command and Conquer 3, Halo 3, Mass Effect, Dead Space, StarCraft 2, Dragon Age 2, XCOM 2, Marvel's Spider-Man, and many others.
Anya Oliwa - Alicja Bachleda
Anya is voiced by Alicja Bachleda, a Mexico-borne Polish actress who found her road to stardom through roles in films such as Trade, Summer Storm, and The Girl Is in Trouble. Fans of the Wolfenstein series will no doubt recognize her as the voice of Anya in previous releases Wolfeinstein: The New Order and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. To date, Bachleda only has three video game voice acting credits, all of them playing Anya in Wolfenstein games.
Grace Walker - Debra Wilson
Another veteran voice actor on our list, Debra Wilson plays the role of Grace Walker in the latest Wolfenstein release. Animated TV fans have almost certainly heard her voice in series such as The Boondocks, Family Guy, or Black Dynamite, but her list of video game credits is no less impressive, including the likes of Halo 3, Metal Gear Solid 4, inFamous 2, Grand Theft Auto 5, Pillars of Eternity, Final Fantasy 15, and Horizon Zero Dawn.
Maria Laurent - Karen Strassman
TV fans will almost certainly recognize the voice or even the face of Karen Strassman, who voices Maria in Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Known for TV series such as Silicon Valley, God Eater, Lego Friends, and Marseille, Strassman has perhaps the largest amount of video game voice acting credits of anyone else on this list, with roles in over 250 games. Aside from Youngblood, players may recognize her voice from Left Alive, Dead or Alive 6, Mortal Kombat 11, Team Sonic Racing, Kingdom Hearts 3, Resident Evil 2 Remake, and Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition — and that's just from this year so far.
Julie "Juju" Brandt - Tamar Baruch
The voice of Juju is provided by Dutch actress Tamar Baruch, who may not be immediately familiar to consumers of American film, television, and video games. Baruch started her acting career in the early 1970s on the series De kleine waarheid, and through the decades would land roles in series such as Willemspark, Deadline, Docter Deen, and Family Business. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is her first and only video game credit so far.
Alain Leblanc - Jean-Michel Richaud
French actor Jean-Michel Richaud provides the voice of Alain Leblanc in the latest Wolfenstein release. His career includes notable roles in several recognizable films and TV shows, including General Hospital, Entourage, Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie, Frozen, and Passengers. Video game fans have likely heard his voice in games such as Ghost Recon 2, Call of Duty 3, Jeanne d'Arc, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Uncharted 3, and Uncharted 4.
Alais Fontaine - Monia Ayachi
The voice of Alais Fontaine in Wolfenstein: Youngblood is provided by Belgian/Tunisian actress, producer, writer, and director Monia Ayachi. Television fans may recognize her from roles in series such as Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, Voodoo Vanessa, and E! News International, while film buffs may have seen her in films such as The Purpose of Apples, Millions of Drops, and For The Love Of Hate. While she has worked a lot in the voice-over world, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is her first video game voice acting credit.
Lothar Brandt - Mike Davies
English actor Mike Davies plays the role of Lothar Brandt in Wolfenstein: Youngblood. Like other actors on this list, Davies has starred in a number of films and TV shows that may not be familiar to American audiences, including The Fatal Image, Engagements of the Heart, and Strayed. Keen-eyed viewers may recognize him for two spots on 90s series Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop or for a brief role in 2014 film Taken 3. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is Davies' only video game voice acting credit.
Looking to learn even more about the voice actors and cast of Wolfenstein: Youngblood? If so, find a complete list of acting credits featured over on the game's IMDb page. To discover more of the voice and performance capture artists in today's hottest games, head on over to Shacknews' voice actors home page.