Adam Harrington (voice actor)

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Adam Harrington
Born (1970-06-18) June 18, 1970 (age 47)
San Francisco, California, United States
Occupation Voice actor
Years active 2001–present

Adam Harrington (born June 18, 1970[1] in San Francisco, California, United States) is an American voice actor, who has appeared in various video games, often working with developers Telltale Games and Riot Games. Recently, he was the voice for the main character Bigby Wolf in the episodic story driven action-adventure The Wolf Among Us developed by Telltale Games, for which he was nominated for a "Best Performer" BAFTA Award.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source
2001 Blood Wake Narrator, Announcer    
2003 Disaster Report Eric Lu, Albert Sims    
2003 The King of Route 66 Announcer, Soul Man, various truckers    
2004 Blood Will Tell Narrator, Jyukai    
2006 25 to Life Additional voices    
2006 The Godfather Johnny Trapani, Cuneo Racket Boss, additional voices    
2007 UB Funkeys Dali    
2009 Tales of Monkey Island Moose, LeChuck Chapter 1: "Launch of the Screaming Narwhal"
Chapter 3: "Lair of the Leviathan"
 
2009 Modern Combat: Sandstorm Soldiers    
2009 League of Legends Karthus (original), Ryze (original), Mordekaiser, Kassadin, Shaco    
2010 Star Trek Online Kar'Ukan, Madred, Rugan Skyl, Franklin Drake    
2010 Infinite Space Balik, Generic Male    
2010 Heroes of Newerth King Crab, Liberator Jereziah, Syphon    
2010 Iron Man 2 A.I.M. Soldiers, S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents   [3]
2010 Nelson Tethers: Puzzle Agent Issac Davner    
2010–11 Back to the Future: The Game Matches Episode 1: "It's About Time"
Episode 2: "Get Tannen"
[3]
2011 Test Drive Unlimited 2 Kalua Man, Ad Man, Business Man, Bouncer    
2011 Rift Orphiel Farwind, Swarmlord Khargroth, Mertin Latham, Elf Stylist, Asache the Woodsman, Cletus Redfield, Phineas Bower, Prince Casimar, Q'Uelas Swarmlord, Jultharian, Human Barber, Praegon, Scotty Malm, Diago, Psychophage Primaker, Toad Lick Hallucination    
2011 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard Commander Danko, Engineer, Phoenix Terrorists    
2011 The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn Captain Haddock, Sir Francis Haddock iOS only  
2011 Puzzle Agent 2 Foreman Isaac Davner, Repairman Scruffman    
2011 Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation Narrator, Popovich, Russian Soldier    
2012–13 The Walking Dead Andrew St. John, Jerry, Leland Episode 2: "Starved for Help"
Special Episode: "400 Days"
[3]
2012 The Amazing Spider-Man Robot Tech Gear, OsCorp Guard Alongside Brian Bloom  
2012 Wild Blood King Arthur    
2013 Neverwinter Various characters    
2013–14 The Wolf Among Us Bigby Wolf, The Woodsman   [3][4]
2014 Dawngate Kahgen, Kensu Cancelled  
2014 KatataK Announcer, Benny, Dr. Katze   [5]
2015 Tales from the Borderlands Kroger    
2016 Minecraft: Story Mode TorqueDawg Episode 6: "A Portal to Mystery"  
2016 2064: Read Only Memories Doctor Yannick Fairlight    
2016 Mafia III Additional voices    
2017 Halo Wars 2 Additional voices    
2017 Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Groot, Alien 4    
2017 XCOM 2: War of the Chosen Reaper Soldier    
2017 Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Grandmaster Meio   [6]
2017 Raw Data Male player character    
2017 Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Nemesis Orcs    

Television[edit]

List of voice performances in Television
Year Title Role Notes Source
2010 I (Almost) Got Away With It Lane Slettvet Episode: "Got to Pick Up a Hooker"  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Picshers". Blogspot. 18 June 2008. It's also Paul McCartney's 66th, and... ADAM HARRINGTON'S 38TH!! Happy birthday, youngster! 
  2. ^ "2015 BAFTA Games Nominations". BAFTA. 10 February 2015. Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Behind The Voice Actors – Adam Harrington". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved June 27, 2015.  – green check mark indicates roles that have been verified by BTVA through closing credits
  4. ^ "The Wolf Among Us Credits". Giant Bomb. 2013-10-11. Retrieved 2014-02-16. 
  5. ^ "WE MADE A GAME". YouTube. 2014-12-28. 
  6. ^ Capcom. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Capcom. Scene: Credits, "Cast". 

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