Friday, March 1, 2024

All of the Life is Strange: True Colors voice actors

Life is Strange: True Colors is almost here, so what better time to find out more about the voice actors that you’ll come to love as you sit down and play? That’s right, there’s no time like the present!

The original Life is Strange voice actors had a variety of musicians, TV, and even movie stars. Hannah Telle, the voice of Max Caulfield, started off in shows like iCarly and has since gone on to release music. In comparison Ashly Burch, the voice of Chloe Price, was well-known and already well-loved by many due to her role as Tiny Tina in Borderlands, as well as her gaming web series ‘Hey Ash, Watcha Playing?’ Her role as Chloe led to her winning Performance of the Year at the Golden Joystick Awards in 2015.

As for the Life is Strange: True Colors voice actors, they lean more towards the Telle side of things as newcomers. That, of course, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t expect anything less than incredible talent, though. After all, this is a Life is Strange game.

With that in mind, here are all of the Life is Strange: True Colors voice actors that have been confirmed so far:

  • Alex Chen – Erika Mori
  • Gabe Chen – Han Soto
  • Steph Gingrich – Katy Bentz
  • Ryan – Eric Emery
  • Riley – Danielle Renee Vivarttas
  • Jed – Stephen F. Austin
  • Charlotte – Exzinia Scott
  • Eleanor – Karen Slack
  • Mac – Dwight Braswell
  • ‘Duckie’ – Jim Hunt
  • Ethan – Ignacio Garcia-Canteli
  • Valkyrie – Suzu the Cat
  • Pike – Cody Lyman
  • Diane – Anastasia Davidson

As you can see, not all of the voice actors are new. Katy Bentz is reprising her role as Steph, and Han Soto having worked in film and TV such as Black Box and Preacher.

Life is Strange: True Colors promises to be an emotional rollercoaster, and we’re super excited to see how these actors will do in portraying such a heavy, but thrilling story when it releases on September 10th, 2021.

Aimee Hart

[She/They] Aimee Hart is Editor-in-Chief of Gayming Magazine. She specializes in queer fandom, video games and tabletop, having started her career writing for numerous websites like The Verge, Polygon, Input Magazine and more. Her goal now is to boost LGBTQ+ voices in the video games industry.