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Stephan Weyte, is a voice actor in computer games, one of his more well known roles was as the voice for the main character Caleb in the computer game Blood and its sequel Blood II: The Chosen. He is also known for starring in a variety of Humongous Entertainment's children's games, most notably the Pajama Sam and Freddi Fish series. During the late 1990s he was involved with Monolith Productions, voicing the aforementioned role of the protagonist, Caleb, in the Blood videogame series, as well as further voice work in titles such as Claw and Get Medieval (as well as the Monolith published Gorky 17, otherwise known as Odium). He has also voiced a variety of other games, many of which were published by Sierra Online.
Stephan Weyte played Jack Stern in the 2004 film Mixing Karma.
Stephan Weyte has voiced for these Video Games (this list is incomplete):
- Torin's Passage (1995), Sierra Online.
- Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It’s Dark Outside (1996), Humongous Entertainment.
- Rama (1996), Sierra Online.
- Betrayal in Antara (1997), Sierra Online.
- Blood (1997), Monolith Productions.
- Blood - Plasma Pak (1997), Monolith Productions.
- Claw (1997), Monolith Productions.
- Blood II: The Chosen (1998), Monolith Productions.
- Get Medieval (1998), Monolith Productions.
- Police Quest: SWAT 2 (1998), Sierra Online.
- Starsiege (1998), Dynamix.
- Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch Shell (1998), Humongous Entertainment.
- Blood II: The Chosen - The Nightmare Levels (1999), Monolith Productions.
- Gorky 17 (1999), TopWare Interactive.
- Total Annihilation: Kingdoms (1999), Cavedog Entertainment.
- Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head To Your Feet (2001), Humongous Entertainment.
- Haunted Childhood (2003), InFluid Software.
- Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance (2005), Intelligent Systems.
- Mario Party 8 (2007), Nintendo/Hudson Soft.
- Metroid: Other M (2010), Nintendo/Team Ninja.