‘Modern Warfare 2 (2022)’ voice actors list

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

Modern Warfare 2 comes packed with a full campaign starring iconic characters like Price, Soap, and Ghost. It takes you to many new locations, like Al Mazrah, which is the setting for the new Warzone 2 map at launch. It’s largely business as usual, and luckily that means an amazing voice cast filled with returning actors from previous games.

While playing Modern Warfare 2 you will no doubt recognise a few voices. Many of the characters are voiced by actors that have worked on other games. Some even feature performances from actors that have voiced multiple Call of Duty games.

To help you put a face to some of the voice performances in Modern Warfare 2, we’ve put together this voice cast list. This is for the 2022 game, which is a sequel to the somewhat rebooted Modern Warfare series. Let’s take a look at the Modern Warfare 2 voice cast.

Modern Warfare 2 (2022) voice actors list

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Credit: Infinity Ward.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Credit: Infinity Ward.

Here’s the voice cast for Modern Warfare 2, these are found throughout the game, in the campaign and in multiplayer:

  • Thomas Beaudoin – Reyes
  • Barry Sloane – Captain John Price
  • Elliot Knight – Gaz
  • Samuel Roukin – Ghost
  • Neil Ellice – Soap
  • Alain Mesa – Colonel Alejandro Vargas
  • Glenn Morshower – General Shepherd
  • Ibrahim Renno – Major Hassan Zyani
  • Rya Kihlstedt – Kate Laswell
  • Warren Kole – Phillip Graves
  • María Elisa Camargo – Valeria Garza
  • Claudia Doumit – Farah Karim
  • Ramon Fernandez – Diego Salgado

That’s the voice actors list for Modern Warfare 2 (2022). For more on the game be sure to check pout our guide on the best Modern Warfare 2 weapons. Elsewhere there’s our look at getting all three safes open in the campaign.

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