Jedi Survivor voice actors & cast list

Cameron Monaghan and Debra Wilson return

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a heap of massive talent, consisting of newcomers and returning voice actors alike.  The material is a little meatier this time around, allowing the actors to dig deeper into their characters, to deliver a generally more exciting narrative. Here’s the full cast list for Jedi Survivor that all helped make that possible.

Jedi Survivor voice actors & cast list

Cal Kestis – Cameron Monaghan

Cameron Monaghan plays Cal Kestis in Jedi Survivor, reprising his turn in Fallen Order. Since his start in Shameless in 2011, he was one to watch, and really grew into this role. Monaghan adds an authentic tone to the story while allowing it to breathe a bit; with some light deadpan comedic bits. It’s a subdued performance that goes unnoticed.

You can find the rest of the cast below:

  • Dagan Gera – Cody Fern
  • Greez Dritus – Daniel Roebuck
  • Cere Juna – Debra Wilson
  • Bode Akuna – Noshiir Dalal
  • Nightsister Merrin – Tina Ivlev
  • Santari Khri – Tracy Ifeachor
  • Rayvis – DC Douglas
  • The Ninth Sister Inquisitor – Misty Lee
  • ZN-A4 (Zee) – Kendal Rae
  • Eno Cordova – Tony Amendola
  • Doma Dendra – Rebecca Wiscosky
  • Kata Akuna – Tajinae Turner
  • Gabs – Britt Baron
  • Bravo – Russel Richardson
  • Caij Vanda – Verona Blue
  • Mossey Cimarron – Elizabeth Frances
  • Turgle – Richard Horvitz
  • MXNK-6 (Monk) – Chris Diamantopoulos
  • Ashe Javi – Andi Christensen
  • Mosey Cimarron – Elizabeth Frances
  • Commander Lank Denvik – Gideo Emery
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Jedi Survivor voice actors & cast list – extra voices

Above, you’ll find a full list of “extra voices” that also contributed to Jedi Survivor. Anime fans will immediately notice names like Crispin Freeman and Yuri Lowenthal, among many other voice actor veterans.

Odds are you’ve played 10 games where Steve Blum (also in this game!) plays a footsoldier.

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