Gamedaily takes a look at gaming's famous voice actors.
- Michael Madsen has been in such movies as Kill Bill and Reservoir Dogs, has also lend his voice for GTA III, Driver 3 and Narc.
-Patrick Stewart well known for his role as Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation, has also voiced various X-Men projects as Professor X (including X-Men Legends and X-Men: The Official Game), but as well rpg fans will recognize him as Emperor Uriel Septim VII from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
-Ron Perlman portrays Lord Hood in the Halo games; voices the lead role in THQ's Conan; plays Batman in Justice League Heroes; has a role in the upcoming Turok game; and is voicing the lead anti-hero in the upcoming Hellboy game
-Michael Rapaport is known known for his TV roles in My Name Is Earl and The War At Home. He voiced Troy in Saint's Row; means business as the tough-talking Joey Leone in the original GTA III; and gets knee deep in the drug trade in Scarface: The World Is Yours.
-Keith David, you can hear him as the Arbiter in Halo 3; issuing commands as Captain David Anderson in Mass Effect; or talking smack as Julius in the GTA clone Saint's Row. He also lays some smack down in Transformers: The Game as Barricade
-James Woods has portrayed the animated villain Hades in Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts games; he's featured as George in Sierra's crime epic Scarface: The World Is Yours; and who could forget his character Mike Toreno in GTA: San Andreas.