Roger Craig Smith | Character Behind the Character

In the latest edition of GAMINGtruth's Character Behind the Character, we interview Roger Craig Smith.

Smith, 37, broke into the video game voice-over scene in the late '90s. However, one of his first major roles came in 2004 when he took the role of Chris Redfield in Resident Evil: Outbreak - File #2.

He has also provided the voice of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, as well as SEGA's famous blue mascot, Sonic the Hedgehog.

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LaWiiG1876d ago

He seems like he is making such a huge impact in the industry. More of a splash. Voice acting gives shape to characters, it's just weird that body stature is starting to play a role. Really, really, really weird.

Cam_is_16bit1876d ago (Edited 1876d ago )

I've actually heard about physical ability taking a role in modern-day voice acting. It was one of the reasons Ubisoft used to explain why it won't bring back Michael Ironside to voice Sam Fisher in Splinter Cell Blacklist. The younger voice actor, Eric Johnson, is more capable of motion capture.


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