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Where You've Seen The Cast Of Saints Row Before

The "Saints Row" reboot is one of the most anticipated games of 2022, even after a massive delay pushed the release back by several months. That might well be because the last installment in this popular series arrived way back in 2013 in the form of "Saints Row 4." But now Volition is once again making players the Boss of their very own gang as they wreak havoc and beat out all their rivals through extreme violence and shady business dealings.

As the game rapidly made its approach, the developer began revealing more and more information about the game. Some of the biggest announcements have centered around the voice cast and the characters they will be playing. Thanks to a string of cast interviews and announcements, fans now know exactly who will be playing the various members of the Saints, including the actors responsible for voicing eight different versions of the protagonist. That's right; players will be able to pick one of several voice pre-sets when they customize their character. Each player's Boss character can look wholly unique, and some of the following voices help bring them to vivid life!

What's more, many of the people voicing the various stars of "Saints Row" will sound familiar to players. Pretty much every member of the cast is an established actor in the industry and has appeared in a range of television shows, high-profile movies, and hugely popular video games. Read on to find out where you've seen (or heard) the cast of 2022's "Saints Row."

Greg Chun - Kevin

Greg Chun is something of an all-rounder in the world of show business, having worked as an actor, voice artist, and musician. In the upcoming "Saints Row" he will play Kevin, who Chun calls a guy who enjoys looking after his crew and friends over everything else. According to a biography on the game's site, Kevin is a partygoer who acts as the publicist and fixer for the gang. Growing up in a foster home, he became obsessed with pleasing other people, which led him to his current job in PR.

Over the course of his career, he has appeared in video games such as "Lost Judgement," "League of Legends," and "Fallout 4." He has also had roles in a wide array of television series, from "American Dad!" and "Demon Slayer" to "One Punch Man" and "Naruto Shippuden." 

Outside of acting, Chun has also collaborated with the musical comedy group The Lonely Island. According to an interview with Stanford Magazine, Chun worked with the group to compose music for the 2015 Emmys and "Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special." Chun's original goal may have been to be a professional singer, but he's parlayed his various talents into a full and exciting career.

Max Mittelman - Boss Voice 1

Max Mittelman is slated to provide one of the voices for the Boss in the upcoming "Saints Row" game. The protagonist of the story is fully customizable, meaning they can look like anything the player wants, giving the voice actors plenty of creative freedom in how they interpret the character. According to an official interview on the game's YouTube channel, Mittelman will portray Voice 1 of the protagonist, a self-confident version of the character who greets everything he does with enthusiasm. 

Speaking in the interview, Mittelman confirmed that he was unaware what game he was actually auditioning for at first, as the project was initially given a codename. However, he had always wanted to portray the main character in an open-world game, so "Saints Row" was something of a dream job for him.

The voice actor will likely be familiar to any regular video game player or anime watcher. He is probably best known for portraying Saitama in the English dub of "One-Punch Man," but his list of credits is far more extensive than that, with more than 200 projects to his name. He has had roles in anime hits like "Your Lie in April," "Mob Psycho 100," "Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt," and "The Seven Deadly Sins." He's also worked on a variety of video games, from "The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel I" to "Borderlands 3." More recently, gamers heard him a Ed in Bethesda's "Ghostwire: Tokyo."

Erica Lindbeck - Boss Voice 2

Playing Boss Voice 2 in "Saints Row" is Erica Lindbeck, a voice actor who has appeared in a vast number of video games and television series over the last decade. The 30-year-old spoke about the role in an interview for the game, revealing that her version of the character "is a badass ... and she loves her friends" above all else.

Lindbeck's voice to fans of Barbie dolls, because she served as the official voice of the character between 2015 and 2017. Speaking in an interview with Cosmopolitan, the actor revealed that this involved providing the voice of the doll for marketing materials, games, and DVD features that showcase the character. This was one of her first major roles in the industry, but she has since expanded, as her resume makes very clear.

She has portrayed Loona in the web series "Helluva Boss" and Black Cat in the video game "Marvel's Spider-Man." Before that, she had roles in "Persona 5," "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," and "Street Fighter 5," along with performances in Netflix dubs of films including "NiNoKuni" and "Bubble." Lindbeck will also provide the voice of Hrist in the upcoming PlayStation game "God of War: Ragnarök."

Catero Colbert - Boss Voice 3

Catero Colbert is a Chicago-born voice actor who portrays Boss Voice 3 in the upcoming "Saints Row" game. In his own official interview about his role, he described his version of the character as a protagonist who is much more chill and relaxed than the other portrayals of the Boss. He also spoke about his love for the color purple, a striking coincidence considering the close association the series has with that color, and the fact that he had enjoyed many of the earlier games in the past before being cast for the reboot. However, he was only considered for the Boss after he had already voiced several NPCs in the game and impressed the director.

Colbert will likely be a known voice to fans of "Naruto," as he appeared in both the anime series and its sequel "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" as Killer B. The actor has also provided voices for various characters in a wide variety of films and games, including "Superman Vs. The Elite," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" video game.

Although he has worked primarily as a voice actor, Colbert has also had some recognizable live-action roles. Most prominently, he played Dedrick in "Love in the Time of Corona" alongside his godmother L. Scott Caldwell, who told The Washington Post that she recommended him for the role after he helped her with her garden. Prior to that, he had a regular role as Harley in "Briarpatch."

Bryce Charles - Boss Voice 4

Bryce Charles is one of the eight voice actors who will portray the Boss in "Saints Row," with her take listed as Boss Voice 4. According to her interview on the "Saints Row" YouTube channel, Bryce's version of the Boss will be a more lighthearted and fun character who isn't afraid to be sarcastic. However, this boss is not afraid to come down hard on anyone who threatens their friends. The actor also confirmed that some of her favorite moments of recording dialogue for game came when she was able to scream outlandish profanities.

Outside of "Saints Row," Charles has a fairly limited list of credits, as she is still at the beginning of her career. Her first notable role came in 2017 as Mindy in "Fuller House" and she followed this up by appearing in "Black-ish" for two episodes in the role Crystal. Since then, she has had roles in "Tales of the City" and "Nightmare Time" along with her appearances in the podcast series "The AM Archives." Earlier in 2022, she portrayed Dee Dee Holloway in "Big Nate," an animated television adaptation of Lincoln Peirce's books of the same name.

Antony Del Rio - Boss Voice 5

Antony Del Rio is a seasoned voice actor who is credited as Boss Voice 5 in "Saints Row," making him yet another person who will portray the protagonist in the open-world action-adventure game. Talking in a cast interview, Del Rio explained that he was portraying a Hispanic version of the Boss and felt that this game was "easily the hardest, most fun, and definitely most rewarding project" he'd ever taken part in. The actor also spoke about how his version of the Boss is probably more motivated by fun than anything else.

At just 21 years old, Del Rio was chosen to portray Pit and Dark Pit in 2012's "Kid Icarus: Uprising," the third installment in the acclaimed series. During an interview with Nintendo Life about the role, he revealed that he had not intended to have a career in voice acting. However, he kind of fell into it when he was cast as the Marvel hero Reptil in the Cartoon Network series "The Super Hero Squad Show." Since then he has appeared in various video games, such as "Injustice 2" and "Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes," as well as several television series. Just a few of the exciting credits to his name included "Rugrats," "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe," and "Star Wars Resistance."

Emily O'Brien - Boss Voice 6

Emily O'Brien is an actor who has made a career for herself in a healthy mix live-action and voiceover projects. In "Saints Row," the British actor will play Boss Voice 6, bringing a different kind of vibe to the protagonist. According to O'Brien, who took part in a cast interview on YouTube, the character is a classier and more cultured version of the Boss compared to many of the other options.

Since 2020, O'Brien has played the regular role of Gwen Rizczech on the daytime soap "Days of Our Lives." Prior to that, she was probably best known for her portrayal of Jana Hawkes Fisher on "The Young and the Restless," a role that garnered her several Daytime Emmy Award nominations between 2008 and 2011 for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.

As a voice actor, she has had roles in Netflix's "Love, Death & Robots" and "Constantine: City of Demons," in which she played DC Comics character Renee Chandler. O'Brien has also worked extensively in video games, with parts in "God of War," "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4," "Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series," "Batman: The Enemy Within," and "NieR: Reincarnation." However, her most famous performances in a game came arguably arrived in "Death Stranding," in which she portrayed Amelie and Bridget.

Adam Michael Gold - Boss Voice 7

Adam Michael Gold has had something of a varied career in show business. He has worked as a writer, stuntman, and actor who will voice Boss Voice 7 in "Saints Row." As part of his cast interview on the official "Saints Row" YouTube channel, Gold spoke about his version of the protagonist. He said that he will give a Western performance to the character, providing a voice inspired by cowboys of the Old West. This version is motivated by a sense of freedom and being able to be his own person and take charge of situations.

Gold hails from Arizona and found success in voiceover work after working extensively as an actor and stunt performer. He quickly amassed a large number of voice acting credits, including performances in games such as "Wasteland 3," "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4," and "NEO: The World Ends with You". Gold also had a role in Marvel's "WandaVision," portraying the Yo-Magic Shark in the episode "All-New Halloween Spooktacular!"

Rachel Butera - Boss Voice 8

Rachel Butera is a comedian and voice actor who will portray Boss Voice 8 in "Saints Row." Her interview on the official YouTube channel for the game revealed that her version of the character is a gun for hire who is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. She described the role as the first major part she has had in a game and explained that she is a big fan of the humor in the game, especially the way that the Boss interacts with Kevin.

Some people might recognize Butera from Season 9 of "America's Got Talent," where she impressed with her act impersonating a number of celebrities, including Rosie O'Donnell, Whoopi Goldberg, and Joan Rivers. She then went on to provide numerous character voices for "Star Wars: Episode 8 – The Last Jedi." In addition to joining that galaxy far, far away, Butera has worked on a variety of television shows, including "Pokémon" and "High School USA!" In 2015, she impressed comics book and animation fans when played Kraang Prime in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."

Butera's got a zillion different voices, many of which you can hear on her website

Jeannie Tirado - Neenah

Jeannie Tirado is set to portray Neenah in "Saints Row." As explained on the official site for the game, Neenah an expert getaway driver who grew up learning all about cars from her mechanic parents. Speaking in a cast interview for the game, Tirado explained that the character was originally part of another gang but left after feeling like she was being overlooked. The actor also spoke about the satisfaction that came from voicing Neenah during the scenes where she finally gets revenge for some of the terrible things that have happened to her.

Tirado told The Nerdy Basement that she chose to become a voice actor after growing up as a fan of Disney animated films such as "The Little Mermaid." Since getting her break in the industry, she has racked up nearly 200 credits, with roles in everything from animated films to video games. Animation fans likely recognize her best as Principal Arroyo in Pixar's "Soul" and Pan in "Dragon Ball Super." Tirado has also voiced characters in video games such as "Far Cry 6," "Doom Eternal," and "Resident Evil Village." She will soon be heard as classic Superman supporting character Lana Lang in the animated series "My Adventures with Superman."

Eugene Byrd - Eli

In "Saints Row," Eugene Byrd portrays Eli, a young tech specialist. According to an official "Saints Row" interview with Byrd, Eli is a fun and easygoing character who acts as the brains of the operation. In the same video, the actor explains that his favorite part of voicing the character came when he put on a posh British accent for no reason when Eli ordered a drink at a bar. Developer Volition gave more information about Eli's backstory, revealing that he is of Nigerian descent and always dreamed of setting up his own business.

Although he's had many notable voice acting roles, Byrd will likely be familiar to live-action audiences as well. He played Wink in Eminem's "8 Mile" and would go on to play Dr. Clark Edison in "Bones" over the course of 36 episodes. In "Arrow," he played the Andy Diggle, the villainous and conflicted brother of John Diggle, the Green Arrow's closest partner. He's also been seen in the shows "True Blood" and "Daybreak," as well as heard through voice roles in "Gears of War 4," "Spidey and His Amazing Friends," and "Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."