‘Hitman: Absolution’ full voice cast revealed

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We’d heard previously of a few of the highlights from the Hitman: Absolution cast, but now we’ve got the complete list. Check it out right here:

Agent 47 – William Mapother (Motion Capture), David Bateson (Voice)
previous work includes: Lost, Another Earth

Diana Burnwood – Marsha Thomason
previous work includes: Lost, White Collar

Benjamin Travis – Powers Boothe
previous work includes: The Avengers, Deadwood, Sin City

Birdie – Steven Bauer
previous work includes: Breaking Bad, Scarface

Blake Dexter – Keith Carradine
previous work includes: Cowboys & Aliens, Dexter, Deadwood

Sheriff Clive Skurky – Jon Gries
previous work includes: Napoleon Dynamite, Get Shorty

Layla Stockton – Traci Lords
previous work includes: Blade, Underworld

Sanchez – Issac Singleton
previous work includes: Planet of the Apes, Pirates of the Caribbean

LaSandra Dixon – Vivica A. Fox
previous work includes: Kill Bill, Batman & Robin, Independence Day

Wade – Larry Cedar
previous work includes: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Deadwood

Cosmo Faulkner – Jonathan Adams
previous work includes: Bones, 24, Boston Legal, Burn Notice

Jade – Shannyn Sossamon
previous work includes: 40 Days and 40 Nights, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Victoria – Isabelle Fuhrman
previous work includes: The Hunger Games, Orphan

If you don’t know what Hitman: Absolution is, having simply clicked on this post accidentally or out of curiosity, it’s the upcoming title in a long-running series of stealth, third-person shooting games. Players take control of Agent 47 who, in this game, follows the strings of a dark, twisted conspiracy of betrayal, perpetrated by those he used to trust.

Pretty exciting stuff, right? Better yet, the game comes out in less than a month, on November 20, on PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.

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