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Submitted by TheSuperior 957d ago | interview

Spike VGA’s 2012: Interview with Actor Arif S. Kinchen (GamersBliss.com)

At the tenth annual Spike Video Game Awards we had the pleasure to interview voice actor Arif S. Kinchen. Arif is well known to the gaming community for playing the role of Pierce Washington in the Saints Row series. Kinchen has appeared in many other games as well; Syndicate, Red Faction Guerrilla, Mercenaries 2 to name a few. He has been acting since the early 1990s and has a lot of success to show for it! He has appeared on many popular movies and TV shows such as Family Guy, Happy Feet and Celebrity Death Match. (Culture, Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third, VGA's 2012)

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TheSuperior  +   957d ago
This guy seems so cool, just like peirce! haha
SheaHoff  +   957d ago
Voice acting seems like an awesome job in general :)
Decaf_PIxel_Kat  +   957d ago
Nice interview! Seems like a cool guy.
TheGrimBunny  +   957d ago
I can't wait for Saints Row 4!!!
THESHAUNZY  +   957d ago
Pretty Awesome dude!

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