Man of Medan voice actors and cast

Learn more about each of the featured cast and voice actors in Man of Medan, the new title from Supermassive Games.


The developers at Supermassive Games had a bold vision for Man of Medan, and part of putting that plan into motion meant tapping on the talents of several voice actors. As the game puts a big emphasis on drama and horror, the cast of the first entry in The Dark Pictures anthology had plenty of chances to flex their talents when bringing the characters to life. Keep reading to learn more about the featured cast members and voice actors in Man of Medan.

Voice actors and featured cast in Man of Medan

Here are each of the major voice actors and performance capture artists featured in the cast of Man of Medan. Game, TV, and film buffs will likely learn some new information with this guide, as many of the actors in the latest Supermassive release are relative newcomers to the voice acting scene.

Julia - Arielle Palik

Man of Medan voice actors Julia Arielle Palik
Julia is voiced by Arielle Palik

The character of Julia in Man of Medan is voiced by Arielle Palik. According to a profile featured on the Reisler Talent website, Palik was born and raised in Sherbrooke, Quebec, and earned her DEC from Dawson College's Professional Theatre program. Man of Medan is her second voice acting credit behind Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and Palik has also been featured on television series Imposters as well as TV documentary Fatal Vows.

Brad - Chris Sandiford

Man of Medan voice actors Brad Chris Sandiford
Brad is voiced by Chris Sandiford

Brad is voiced by Montreal, Quebec-borne actor Chris Sandiford. Sandiford's first acting gig was on TV documentary Fatal Vows alongside Arielle Palik, and his other early credited roles include series such as 19-2, This Life, and Patriot. Sandiford would later land roles in Skal, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, and Cavendish, where he plays Dr. Green. The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is his first video game voice acting credit.

Fliss - Ayisha Issa

Man of Medan voice actors Fliss Ayisha Issa
Fliss is voiced by Ayisha Issa

Man of Medan character Fliss is voiced by Montreal, Quebec native actress Ayisha Issa. Keen-eyed movie buffs may recognize her from Immortals, which was one of her first film roles. Since then, she's starred in TV series 12 Monkeys, Dark Matter, and Workin' Moms, alongside big screen roles in Warm Bodies, Brick Mansions, and The Hummingbird Project. Man of Medan is her second video game voice acting role behind 2016's Far Cry Primal, where she voiced the character of Jayma.

Alex - Kareem Tristan Alleyne

Man of Medan voice actors Alex Kareem Tristan Alleyne
Alex is voiced by Kareem Tristan Alleyne

Alex is voiced by Quebec-borne actor Kareem Tristan Alleyne. Some of Alleyne's earliest roles came in 2016, a time when he was featured in TV series People of Earth and Quantico as well as Ubisoft release Watch Dogs 2. He's since gone on to star in Fatal Vows, 19-2, 21 Thunder, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, The Magicians, and body-swapping sci-fi series Altered Carbon. After voicing Son of Ra in Assassin's Creed: Origins, Man of Medan makes his third video game voice acting credit.

Conrad - Shawn Ashmore

Man of Medan voice actors Conrad Shawn Ashmore
Conrad is voiced by Shawn Ashmore

The voice of Conrad is provided by Shawn Ashmore. Hailing from British Columbia, Canada, Ashmore is perhaps best known for playing the immensely powerful mutant Bobby Drake/Iceman in the X-men film franchise. Ashmore has large number of acting credits under his belt, including roles in films such as Underclassman, The Quiet, and Frozen, as well as roles in TV series like Quantum Break, Relationship Status, Conviction, and The Rookie. Man of Medan is his third video game voice acting credit following X-Men: The Official Game and the Quantum Break video game.

The Curator - Pip Torrens

Man of Medan voice actors The Curator  Pip Torrens
The Curator is voiced by Pip Torrens

Pip Torrens, the only non-Canadian actor on our list, provides the voice of The Curator in Man of Medan. An English actor with a frankly tremendous resume, Torrens is probably best known for his roles in films such as Pride & Prejudice, Tomorrow Never Dies, and 2015 release The Danish Girl. With a list of over 180 TV and film roles stretching back to 1984, it's rather surprising to learn that The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is Torrens' first video game voice acting credit.

The developers at Supermassive Games knew they'd need to make the game's sense of terror hit home. Suffice to say that the Man of Medan voice actors certainly fit the bill. To learn more about the latest horror-fueled release in The Dark Pictures anthology, be sure to drop by Shacknews' Man of Medan home page.

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    August 28, 2019 2:20 PM

    Kevin Tucker posted a new article, Man of Medan voice actors and cast

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      August 28, 2019 2:37 PM

      Has Shacknews done an article about the Man of Medan online and local co-op options yet?

      They’re both really unique and worth spreading the word about.

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        August 28, 2019 6:25 PM

        Simply put: local “Movie Night” co-op, up to 5 players each pick a character. If you get offed, too bad, you’re out of the game and will just have to watch everyone else. Considering characters can make decisions that could directly impact another character’s survival, things are going to get spicy on that sofa!

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          August 28, 2019 6:31 PM

          Meanwhile, online co-op supports 2 players and the game will choose which player makes a decision for a character at any given moment, including forcing players to play each other’s characters for better or worse, while the silent player will have to do their darndest to find a way to convey what they wish the other player will do.

          Like one player might have a choice to rush a bad guy, while the other player is gagged and can’t say shit about it.

          The game was designed from the ground up to maximize the competitive or cooperative impulses of the players, as a meta fun factor. Really fantastic ideation in this game.

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        August 29, 2019 8:54 AM

        I talked about the online and co-op stuff in my review and we also did a quick little article explaining the modes.

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      August 28, 2019 3:55 PM

      I am excited to play this tomorrow night. I really really loved Until Dawn. Purchased and preloaded on my Xbox1X, 4K HDR here I come!

      and the next day is Blair Witch! Control is also to fuggin amazing to stop playing, yikes what to do?!?!

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        August 28, 2019 4:04 PM

        Awww. If you were on PS4, I’d co-op it with ya. 14 different endings!!

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          August 28, 2019 6:07 PM

          wow 14? that's insane. Me and my family (me, wife, 14yr old son)are psyched to play movie night mode. Each person controls a characters decisions. The one thing im sad about is the PS camera support is gone. UD was killer with a PS camera that would record you right before a scare. If the PS4 version had that it would of been a instant buy. I went with the xbox version for the slightly higher resolution. Tomorrow night is gonna be fun, im stoked!

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            August 28, 2019 6:16 PM

            Abrasion specifically asked me to ask production at E3 about camera mode. It wasn’t a Sony exclusive, so it couldn’t be included, as one very common console submissions standard is feature parity across all platforms.

            HOWEVER, the good news is SuperMassive has a yet to be revealed Sony exclusive in the works that got announced last November, so having all those fun features coming back could still be a possibility!

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            August 28, 2019 6:20 PM

            Also those 14 endings include at least one that all the devs and actors have said was so completely holy-shit-beyond-insane, that they couldn’t believe they actually went there. Gonna be very fun.

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              August 28, 2019 7:20 PM

              hahahaha I love it! What a steal for $30.

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                August 28, 2019 7:28 PM

                Other tidbits: they want to bring the other 2 parts out in fast succession. They wouldn’t give any dates, but I wouldn’t be surprised for the next episode to come out for Halloween and the last one for the holidays.

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      August 28, 2019 7:04 PM

      Pip Torrens, currently playing villain Herr Starr in Preacher...

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        August 28, 2019 7:05 PM

        Oh also, what is "DEC"? Digital Entertainment Certificate? I kept coming up with Declan Donnelly every time I Googled.

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      August 28, 2019 7:36 PM

      Thread Jack: I’m ClamClub on PSN and am ready, willing and able to play this game as many times with as many Shackers as there are out there.

      Pre-ordering gets you a second “cut” playable on a second play through with new characters and POVs.

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