10 video game voice actors who are also in your favorite TV shows

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Nerd culture has hit a boom and it's only getting bigger.

It's long past the point where we as an audience have been surprised by the A-list celebs that pop up in seasonal blockbusters with fantasy, sci-fi, and comic book origins... but we still manage to be impressed when we realize what faces are behind some pretty big video game voice credits. 

Here are 10 voice actors you probably know much better for their appearances in the hottest TV shows to date.

Published Aug. 11th 2015
  • GameSkinny Staff
    Can Michael Hogan just be in everything? Please?
  • Rothalack
    Master O' Bugs
    I may or may not be watching Advent Children again after paging through this. That last gif, omg.
  • Curtis Dillon
    As much as I love The Last of Us, Ashley Johnson will always be Gretchen from Recess to me!
  • Stan Rezaee
    Featured Contributor
    An excellent collection of memorable actors who have also done voice work in video games. As much as I love 24, I felt Kiefer Sutherland performance as Big Boss doesn't add anything to character while making me feel like I'm playing as Jack Bauer. On a side note, I'm going to miss Dinklebot.
  • x4kGamehound
    david hayter is not on the list?
  • Stephanie Tang
    Featured Columnist
    Nope, he's a super-prolific voice actor and Solid Snake forever, but he isn't exactly known for his live-action work as a TV show actor.
  • Ainyan
    All of that and you DON'T mention Nathan Fillon? XD Or Claudia Black? Or Tricia Heffler? Or Freddy Prinze Jr.? XD
  • Stephanie Tang
    Featured Columnist
    TIME FOR A NEW LIST. D: I love all of the above!
  • x4kGamehound
    the amount of XD is real.
  • Zietlogik
    The voice acting in MGS:V is top notch, and George Takei in RA3 was memorable to say the least. "All your base are belong to us"
  • Stephanie Tang
    Featured Columnist
    I've always felt (and you of all people will know how limited my experience with MGS is) that the original voice acting in the series has always felt more "tell" than "show", it's interesting to see it take a different turn lately.

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