Liam O'Brien

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Liam O'Brien
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O'Brien at WonderCon in 2017
Born (1976-05-28) May 28, 1976 (age 47)
Occupation(s)Voice actor, writer, director
Years active2001–present
Amy Kincaid
(m. 2002)

Liam Christopher O'Brien (born May 28, 1976) is an American voice actor, writer, and director. He is a regular cast member of the Dungeons & Dragons actual play series Critical Role, playing Vax'ildan ("Vax"), Caleb Widogast, and Orym.[1] He has been involved in many video games, cartoons, and English-language adaptations of Japanese anime. His major anime roles include Gaara in Naruto, “Naruto Shippuden”, “Boruto” Vincent Law in Ergo Proxy, Captain Jushiro Ukitake in Bleach, Lloyd in Code Geass, Kenzo Tenma in Monster, Akihiko Sanada in Persona 3, and Nephrite in the Viz Media dub of Sailor Moon.

In cartoons, O'Brien has voiced characters in shows such as Star Wars Rebels, Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Avengers Assemble, Wolverine and the X-Men, and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.. In video games, he voiced Gollum in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and its sequel, Caius Ballad in Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, War in Darksiders, Asura in Asura's Wrath, Ieyasu Tokugawa in Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes, Illidan Stormrage in World of Warcraft and Heroes of the Storm, Yasuo in League of Legends, Grimoire Weiss in Nier and Nier: Replicant ver.1.22474487139..., the Warden in For Honor, and Barker in Titanfall 2.

He is an automated dialog replacement writer for anime and has provided voice direction for over 300 episodes of anime such as Naruto. He has also voice directed for video games such as The Last of Us, Evolve, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6.[2]

Early life[edit]

Liam Christopher O'Brien was born in Weehawken, New Jersey,[3] on May 28, 1976.[4] His mother, Lois Wiltse O'Brien, worked as an educator as well as a quality assurance trainer and consultant.[5] He has a sister named Cara.[5] His family were Reformed Christians,[6] and he was "raised by a Christian mother and attended 15 years of Christian schooling", but would later describe himself as agnostic.[7] He began acting in high school at St. Peter's Preparatory School. After moving to New York City to attend the New York University Tisch School of the Arts,[8] he worked in theater on various productions around the country.[3][9][10] He met Crispin Freeman while working on a production of Romeo & Juliet in Cincinnati, Ohio, which helped him get voice-over work back in New York.[8]


O'Brien affirms that he often plays characters that are insane or evil geniuses, although he has also voiced comedic characters such as Fukuyama in Girls Bravo. He describes Cumore from Tales of Vesperia as "slightly unhinged". In Darksiders, he voices the lead character War, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. He describes his voicing as deeper than his usual voice, and that he portrayed War as a fairly old soul who isn't surprised at the events around him. In the video game-based film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, he voiced Red XIII.[8] In addition to voice acting, he has worked as a voice director and writer on various video games and anime shows.[8]

He is also a cast member of the popular web series Critical Role, in which he and other voice actors play Dungeons & Dragons.[2][11] Critical Role was both the Webby Winner and the People's Voice Winner in the "Games (Video Series & Channels)" category at the 2019 Webby Awards;[12] the show was also both a Finalist and the Audience Honor Winner at the 2019 Shorty Awards.[13] After becoming hugely successful, the Critical Role cast left the Geek & Sundry network in early 2019 and set up their own production company, Critical Role Productions.[14][15][16][17] Soon after, they aimed to raise $750,000 on Kickstarter to create an animated series of their first campaign, but ended up raising over $11 million.[18] In November 2019, Amazon Prime Video announced that they had acquired the streaming rights to this animated series, now titled The Legend of Vox Machina;[19] O'Brien reprised his role as Vax'ildan.[20] In June 2021, O'Brien was added to the cast of Exandria Unlimited, a spinoff of Critical Role.[21][22][23] O'Brien is also one of the narrators for the audiobook edition of the novel Critical Role: Vox Machina – Kith & Kin (2021).[24][25]

Personal life[edit]

O'Brien married voice actress Amy Kincaid in 2002.[8][26][27] The couple have two children: a daughter, Zoe and a son, Owen. They live in Los Angeles.[28]

He suffers from hyperacusis, a hearing disorder that makes him unusually sensitive to everyday noises.[29]



List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source
2001 Boogiepop Phantom Yoji Suganuma, others CA
Gokudo Tei
2002 His and Her Circumstances Hideki Asaba, Fukada Kohei
Revolutionary Girl Utena Mamiya Chida
2003 Figure 17 Toru
Wolf's Rain Soldier [30]
DNA² Junta Momonari CA
K.O. Beast Bud Mint
2004 Yukikaze Various characters
Texhnolyze Man C
.hack//Legend of the Twilight Tom
Gad Guard Truck Driver
R.O.D. Various characters Also as William Markham
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
Paranoia Agent Mitsuhiro Maniwa, Man on Phone 2
Comic Party Taishi Kuhonbutsu
Gungrave Executive A, Researcher, Sam
Marmalade Boy Akira Mizutani, Alex
2005 Girls Bravo Kazuharu Fukuyama [8][31]
Rumiko Takahashi Anthology Ryuichi, Mover, Odagiri, Zashiki Warashi, Gorgeous CA
Mermaid Forest Yuta
Samurai Champloo Young Yamane, Eel Shop Owner, others
Daphne in the Brilliant Blue Various characters
Koi Kaze Kei Odagiri, Man, Friend A
Duel Masters: Season 2 Shobu Kirifuda
Tenjho Tenge Shin Natsume
The Melody of Oblivion Horu, Person of the Cape
Mermaid Forest Yuta, others
DearS Various characters
Ghost Talker's Daydream
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Gino, others
Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo Andrea Cavalcanti
Saiyuki Reload Various characters
Scrapped Princess Furet
Leave it to Piyoko! Thin Blob OVA
2006–09 Naruto Gaara, Kotetsu Hagane
2006–07 Haré+Guu Dr. Clive [32][33]
2006 Boys Be... Makoto Kurumizawa Voice director and script writer [34]
Kannazuki no Miko Tsubasa CA
Saiyuki Reload Gunlock Rin's Captor, Subordinate
Gun Sword Ray Lundgren, Wild Bunch C
Kamichu! Shika, Inu Osho, Konoha Kamaitachi, others
The Prince of Tennis Nanjiro Echizen, Arai
Fate/stay night Archer
Ergo Proxy Vincent Law
Paradise Kiss Seiji Kisaragi
2007-14 Bleach Jushiro Ukitake, Sora Inoue
2007 Blue Dragon Dolsk
To Heart Various characters
Cutie Honey Seiji's Contact Live-action dub
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Baseball Team Captain
The Third: The Girl With the Blue Eye Various characters
Phoenix Ohtomo
2008 Code Geass series Lloyd Asplund
Buso Renkin Gota Nakamura, Hideki Okakura
Descendants of Darkness Hisoka Kurosaki
2009–10 Monster Kenzo Tenma
2009–19 Naruto: Shippuden Gaara
2010 Slayers series Rezo Revolution and Evolution-R [35][36]
2013 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan - Demon Capital Hidemoto Keikain [37]
2012 Redline Frisbee
2012-2013 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic Jamil, Markkio and Issac
2013–15 Digimon Fusion Deckergreymon, Neptunmon, Mercurymon, others [38]
2013 Fate/Zero Kariya Matou [38]
2014–15 Sailor Moon Nephrite Viz dub [39]
2015 Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin Gihren Zabi   [40][41][42]
Sailor Moon Crystal Nephrite [43]
2016 Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement Ieyasu Tokugawa   [44]
2018–19 Baki Atsushi Suedou, Valentin Sokolov Netflix ONA [38][45][46]
2019 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Gaara [47]
Ultraman Dan Moroboshi Netflix ONA [38][48]
2020 Marvel Future Avengers Red Skull, Doctor Strange [38]


List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Crew role, notes Source[49]
2008–09 Wolverine and the X-Men Warren Worthington III / Angel / Archangel, Nightcrawler, Nitro [8]
2010 G.I. Joe: Renegades Captain Anatoly Krimov / Red Star, others Episode: "Union of the Snake" [38]
2012-14 NFL Rush Zone RZ6.0/Richard Zimmer, Zich, others [38]
2012-18 Sofia the First Additional voices 2 episodes
2013–17 Avengers Assemble Red Skull / Iron Skull, Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange, Blood Brother #2, Skully, Skull-Net, others [38]
2013 Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel Red Skull [38]
2014–15 Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Arkon, Red Skull, others [38]
2014 Regular Show Tango Episode: "Gold Watch" [38]
2014–17 Star Wars Rebels Supply Master Yogar Lyste, Morad Sumar, others [38][50]
2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise Underbite, Kickback, others [38]
2016 Ultimate Spider-Man Doctor Strange Episode: "Miles from Home" [38][51]
Pickle and Peanut Head Mannequin Episode: "Bats/Movie Camp Out" [52]
2019 Amphibia Additional voices 3 episodes
Carmen Sandiego Professor Gunnar Maelstrom, Vlad, Boris, ACME Agent. [53]
DC Super Hero Girls General Zod 3 episodes
2020 Spider-Man Doctor Strange, Symbiote Supreme, Robber 2, Golem 2 2 episodes
2021 Dota: Dragon's Blood Nikdo, Bandit #1, Bandit #4 Episode: "Princess of Nothing"
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Bolo, Raney, Captured Falleen, Tactical Droid, Scrapper 3 episodes
2022 The Legend of Vox Machina Vax'ildan "Vax" Vessar, Vorugal [54][55]


List of voice performances in direct-to-video and television films
Year Title Role Crew role, notes Source
2005 Aquarian Age the Movie Lancelot Army Commander CA
2006 Patlabor: The Movie Det. Kataoka Bandai Visual dub CA
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Red XIII [38]
2009 Redline Frisbee [56]
Afro Samurai: Resurrection Shichigoro [38]
2010 Planet Hulk Hiroim [38]
2012 Sengoku Basara: The Last Party Ieyasu Tokugawa [38]
2014 JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time Aquaman, Batwing Computer [38]
Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United Red Skull [38]
2015 Tiger & Bunny: The Rising Lunatic / Yuri Petrov [57]
The Last: Naruto the Movie Gaara, Kotetsu Hagane [38]
2016 Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell Doctor Strange [58]

Other dubbing[edit]

List of voice performances in other dubbing
Year Title Role Crew role, notes Source
2005 One Missed Call Hiroshi Yamashita CA

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Crew role, notes Source[49]
2004 Seven Samurai 20XX Natoe [59]
Obscure Kenny Matthews [38]
2006–18 Naruto video games Gaara, Kotetsu Hagane [38]
2006–07 .hack//G.U. series Endrance Rebirth, Reminisce, Redemption [38]
2006 Tales of the Abyss Dist the Rose [38]
Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria Lezard Valeth [38]
2007 Jeanne d'Arc Luther [38]
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Illidan Stormrage, Talon King Ikiss, Darkweaver Syth [38]
2007–present Persona (series) Akihiko Sanada [38]
2007 Eternal Sonata Waltz [38]
2008 Devil May Cry 4 Sanctus Also did the motion capture for Sanctus [38]
Professor Layton and the Unwound Future Dr. Alain Stahngun / Dimitri Allen [38]
Tales of Vesperia Cumore [38][8]
Final Fantasy IV Kain Highwind 3D remake [38]
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Marwyn [38]
2009 Dragon Age: Origins Additional voices [60]
Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight Wrath, Trash Mob B [38]
Magna Carta II Huaren Jass [38]
Resident Evil 5 Reynard Fisher, others [8][38]
MadWorld Additional Voices
Terminator Salvation Resistance Fighter
Undead Knights Lord Follis [61]
Red Faction: Guerrilla Daniel Mason [62]
The Saboteur Additional voices
2010 Lost Planet 2 [63]
Darksiders War [38]
Call of Duty: Black Ops USA Soldier
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes Ieyasu Tokugawa [64]
Fallout: New Vegas Various characters [65]
Fable III Walla Voice Actors [66]
NieR Grimoire Weiss, additional voices Uncredited in Gestalt's endgame credits; also in Replicant ver.1.22474487139... [65][67]
Supreme Commander 2 Jaran Kael Aeon Illuminate character
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days Mercenary
Mafia II Brian O'Neill [38]
Valkyria Chronicles II Baldren Gassenarl [38]
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Illidan Stormrage [38]
StarCraft II Ghost (Terran Unit) [38]
2011 Captain America: Super Soldier Howard Stark, Allied, Hydra [38]
Catherine Orlando Haddick Reprises role in the 2019 remake/expansion Catherine: Full Body [38]
Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Kain Highwind [38]
Killzone 3 Voice Talent ISA [38]
Dungeon Siege III Alexei / Roderick / Additional Voices
Rise of Nightmares Marchosias [38]
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception Hired Thugs [38]
White Knight Chronicles 2 Madoras [38]
Professor Layton and the Last Specter Clark Triton [38]
2011 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Additional voices
2012 Asura's Wrath Asura [38]
Prototype 2 Additional voices
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Caius Ballad [38]
NeverDead Alex [38]
Binary Domain Additional voices [68]
Darksiders II War [38]
Skullgirls Leviathan [38]
Spec Ops: The Line Marines, Exile Officer [38]
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Sha of Violence, Chi-Ji [38]
Call of Duty: Black Ops II Multiplayer Voice Talent Also voiced David "Section" Mason in E3 Demo
2013 Fire Emblem Awakening Inigo [38]

Aliens: Colonial Marines

Dr. Richard "Rick" Levy
Tomb Raider Solarii
League of Legends Yasuo [69]
BioShock Infinite Additional voices
Fuse Guards [38]
The Last of Us The Infected, additional voices
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified Nico DaSilva, Sectoid
Saints Row IV The Voices of Virtual Steelport
Killer Is Dead David, Narrator [38]
Marvel Heroes Electro, Nightcrawler, Havok [38]
Republique Station 14 Episode 3: "Ones and Zeroes" [38]
Batman: Arkham Origins S.W.A.T. Officers
Grand Theft Auto V The Local Population
Infinity Blade III Additional voices
2014 D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die Phillip Cheney [38]
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Illidan Stormrage [70]
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Caius Ballad [38]
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Gollum [71]
inFamous: Second Son Male Pedestrian #4
The Evil Within Valerio Jimenez, Male Villager, Obese Zombie [38]
Space Run Buck Mann [72]
The Elder Scrolls Online Male Breton #1, Male Bosmer, Skeleton
Skylanders: Trap Team Luminous
Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark Autobot Flyer, Decepticon Soldier 02 [38]
2015 Lego Dimensions Gollum, Lord Voldemort (The Lego Batman Movie) [73][74]
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Enkidu [38]
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell William Shakespeare, Vlad the Impaler, Demons, Husks [38]
The Order: 1886 Finley [38]
Mad Max Gutgash [75][76]
Transformers: Devastation Motormaster, Seeker #3 [38]
Heroes of the Storm Illidan Stormrage [77]
2016 The Witness Voice director [78]
Lego Marvel's Avengers Red Skull [78]
Fallout 4: Far Harbor Allen Lee, Keith McKinney, Knight-Captain Larsen
Space Run: Galaxy Buck Mann [79]
Street Fighter V Gill Appears in later revision of closing credits, playable as DLC character in 2019 [80]
World of Warcraft: Legion Illidan Stormrage [38]
2017 For Honor The Warden (Male) [38]
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds Umnak [38]
Injustice 2 Reverse-Flash [81]
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Doctor Strange [38]
Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gollum, Daughter's Suitor [82]
Sonic Forces Infinite
2018 Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Kain Highwind [38]
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Vax'ildan Vessar, Serafen Critical Role DLC [38][83][84]
Fallout 76 Knight Tex Rogers, Doctor Kessle, Ranger Simon
Marvel Powers United VR Doctor Strange [38]
Darksiders III War [38]
2019 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Black Bolt, Destroyer Armor, Doctor Strange, Nightcrawler, Red Skull [38]
Marvel Dimension of Heroes Doctor Strange Augmented reality game for mobile devices [38]
Death Stranding AI Voice, Veteran Porter
DOOM³: BFG Edition Voice Preformers Remaster [85]
2020 Gears Tactics Richard Prescott
The Last of Us Part II The Infected, additional voices
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning Assyr
2022 Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons Archemorus

Live action[edit]

List of acting performances in film and television
Year Title Role Notes Source[49]
2015–present Critical Role
Cast member; Dungeons & Dragons web series [86][87]
2015 The Phoenix Incident Jacob Reynolds [88][89][90]
2018–present All Work No Play Himself A web series where O'Brien and Sam Riegel catch up over a drink and try a new activity each episode. The show was developed from their original AWNP podcast (2012–2017). [91][92][93]
2020 AWNP: Unplugged Himself A spinoff web series during the COVID-19 pandemic where Riegel and O'Brien caught-up via video chat. [94][95]
2021 Exandria Unlimited Orym of the Air Ashari Main role; 8 episodes [21][22][23]


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