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Your Favorite Elden Ring Voice Actors

Elden Ring is a vast, unique game set in a beautiful open world. The Lands Between features a huge cast of interesting and diverse characters, ranging from an enigmatic moon witch to a sentient warrior jar! Of course, none of these characters could exist without the amazing actors and actresses who voiced them. In today’s article, we’ll be listing some of your favorite Elden Ring voice actors.

We won’t be covering every single voice actor in the game, just some of the ones who played the most well-known characters. We’ll be going a bit into who they are and some of their past voice acting roles.

Let’s get right into the article!

Melina — Martha Mackintosh

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The first actress on this list is Martha Mackintosh, who does the voice of the maiden Melina! Melina plays a very important role in the game. She gifts you your trusty steed, Torrent, and is the one responsible for helping you level up after you collect enough runes. She’s a fan-favorite who plays a very crucial role in helping you become Elden Lord.

Mackintosh has done jobs for several other video games in the past. She played as Company Captain Yorshka from the FromSoftware game Dark Souls III. She also played as a woman named Katie Jackson in the TV show, Stella!

White Mask Varre — Pip Torrens

“Oh? Tarnished, are we?” “Unfortunately, for you, you are maidenless.” These are the two most recognized and iconic lines from White Mask Varre, played by the actor Pip Torrens. He’s one of the very first NPCs you meet, and quickly gained meme status due to his insult that the player has no maidens.

Pip Torrens is a famous actor who has done many, many roles over the years. While he doesn’t have much of a space in the gaming world, he’s known for many roles across TV and movies, including Doctor Who and Black Mirror.

Iron Fist Alexander — Kevin Howarth

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Now for one of my favorite characters in all of Elden Ring — the legendary warrior jar, Iron Fist Alexander! He’s a fan-favorite character first encountered out in the wilds, where he’s tipped over and stuck in the ground. After helping him out, you can later find him during the festival in Ranni’s questline. He is a very memorable character, and his voice actor did a really good job.

He was voiced by a man named Kevin Howarth. In addition to voicing Iron Fist Alexander, he also did roles for several other creatures in the Lands Between, including the Wormfaces. He also played Georgie in the 2013 game The Wolf Among Us, and a minor role in the 2012 Pixar movie, Brave!

Margit, the Fell Omen — Anthony Howell

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You may recognize Margit, the Fell Omen as one of the first major bosses you encounter in Elden Ring. He’s located at the gates of Stormveil Castle, and he acts as a gatekeeper for the rest of the Lands Between (although you can technically skip him). Many players have painful memories of fighting him again, and again, and again. And hearing his voice quips again, and again, and again…

This isn’t actor Anthony Howell’s first time voicing for a video game. He also played roles in Alien: Isolation, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Demon’s Souls, and many other great titles. Anthony even played a role in one of my favorite horror games, SOMA! Considering his past role in Demon’s Souls, it’s no surprise FromSoftware cast him to play as Margit, the Fell Omen in Elden Ring.

Godrick the Grafted — Ramon Tikaram

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Next up on our list for your favorite Elden Ring voice actors, we have Godrick the Grafted! He is the king of Stormveil Castle and a major boss you’ll likely encounter on your adventure. Despite his similarities to Margit, he does enough to stand out and give you a very memorable fight. And his fight wouldn’t have been nearly as memorable if not for his amazing voice acting!

The voice actor for Godrick the Grafted is none other than Ramon Tikaram. He is a voice actor from Singapore known for his roles in other video games, including Dragon Age: Inquisition, the 2016 game Hitman, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. You will probably be shocked to know he also played the voices of the Pumpkin Head Berserkers, another enemy in Elden Ring.

Blaidd — Scott Arthur

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Now for everyone’s favorite part-man, part-wolf, Blaidd. Blaidd is the personal bodyguard of Ranni the Witch, gifted to her to watch over and protect her. He has a short quest in the starting area of the game and plays a very major role in Ranni’s questline. It is no surprise that this character is so beloved.

His voice actor is a man named Scott Arthur, a Scottish actor who has done roles in a huge variety of different TV series. In addition to voicing the half-wolf Blaidd, he also plays the voice of certain merchants found throughout the Lands Between. Due to Blaidd’s popularity, the actor has been invited for a variety of interviews and video projects on YouTube, one of which you can watch by clicking here.

War Councilor Iji — Aneirin Hughes

Another personal favorite of mine is the War Councilor Iji! He is another loyal servant of Ranni the Witch and serves as a blacksmith. He can be found peacefully reading a book in an isolated spot of the Lands Between, offering his smithing work to anyone with runes. Iji is fairly popular among other Elden Ring fans due to his friendly personality, cool character design, and soothing voice.

Aneirin Hughes does most of his acting for a variety of different TV shows and movies, with video games being a not-so-common gig for him. The man is a Welsh actor, and is known for roles in EastEnders and Cameleon.

Ranni the Witch — Aimee-Ffion Edwards

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Halfway through our list of all your favorite Elden Ring voice actors, it’s the moon witch, Ranni! Her fantastic design and enigmatic personality make her one of the most popular and beloved characters in the game, and she also plays a major role in one of the possible endings of the game.

Her voice actress is named Aimee-Ffion Edwards, and she has played roles in several other video games besides Elden Ring. She played Mio in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and appeared in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla as well. She’s also played in several TV shows, with one of her most notable roles being Esme Shelby in Peaky Blinders.

Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon — Mali Harries

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Next up, we have Ranni the Witch’s mother — the Moon Queen Rennala! This interesting and beautiful character is a major boss in the legacy dungeon, Raya Lucaria Academy. Once you’ve fought her, you can revisit her later to respec your character. Her boss fight is one of the most memorable in the entire game, and she is a fairly popular character in Elden Ring.

Her voice actress, Mali Harries, is a Welsh actress known for her role in Leap Year, as well as the TV series New Blood. Despite her role in Elden Ring, she does not have any roles in any other video games. It would be interesting to hear her voice again in a future FromSoft game, as she did an excellent job in Elden Ring.

Sellen — Kezia Burrows

Next up, we have the mage Sellen! Sellen was banished from the Raya Lucaria Academy for trying to practice forbidden sorceries. Her quests give you access to some of the most overpowered spells in the entire game, making her very popular among mage players.

Her actress is named Kezia Burrows, and she regularly does roles for other video games besides Elden Ring. She played Cass Vallon in the game Star Citizen and was a UK soldier in the hit strategy game XCOM 2. In addition to her roles in games, she also does acting roles in TV series such as Doctor Foster: A Women Scorned.

The Loathsome Dung Eater — Jim Johnson

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Next up, we have The Loathsome Dung Eater! This very…unique character is first introduced in the opening cutscene of Elden Ring, and you’ll need to talk to him if you want to get one of the possible six endings for Elden Ring. The character quickly reached meme status after Elden Ring’s launch due to his name and is still a decently popular character.

His voice actor is Jim Johnson, who has done several voices in other games, including Mass Effect: Andromeda and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Jim even appeared in an episode of The Amazing World of Gumball!

Malenia — Pippa Bennett Warner

Now for one of the most hated, despised characters in the entire game — Malenia, Blade of Miquella, who has never known defeat. Of course, you’d already know that if you have fought her in-game before. Many players have died countless times to this katana-weilding boss, only to hear those exact words repeated. Again. And again. And again.

Malenia’s voice actress is named Pippa Bennett Warner. When it comes to video games, she has only ever done voice work for World of Warcraft before landing her role for Elden Ring. Instead, she prefers to do acting work for various TV shows. You may recognize her from Gangs of London, Chloe, and Roadkill.

Miriel, Pastor of Vows — Matthew Marsh

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Last but most certainly not least on our list for all of your favorite Elden Ring voice actors, we have Miriel, Pastor of Vows! He is a giant turtle (dog?) who watches over the Church of Vows. He is a kind and wise old turtle who is willing to teach you various spells and incantations in exchange for runes. Due to his unique design and kind-hearted nature, he became a popular character in Elden Ring’s fanbase.

The voice actor for this wise old turtle is Matthew Marsh. He is a London actor who has done roles in other video games before. He played the voice of Karl Marx from Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, as well as AL-AN from Subnautica: Below Zero. His popularity extends to various different TV shows, such as Knightfall and Father Brown.

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