Dragon Age: Absolution Trailer Reveals Cast

Dragon Age: Absolution Voice Cast Revealed Alongside New Trailer

Dragon Age: Absolution, which was announced in June, is scheduled to hit Netflix on December 9 and its newest trailer has finally given viewers insight on its voice cast. Netflix also released some more key art for the animated series to go along with the new footage.

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The trailer previews the adventure and some of the drama, violence, and magic viewers can expect in its six half-hour episodes.

Netflix revealed only eight of its cast members, many of whom are prevalent actors in video games and animation. The cast is:

  • Kimberly Brooks as Miriam, a closed-off and “pragmatic elven mercenary who escaped enslavement in Tevinter”
  • Matthew Mercer as Fairbanks, who is a “veteran freedom fighter” that leads the “heroes with a warm-hearted sense of adventure, a pair of daggers, and a dashing smile to boot”
  • Ashley Burch as Qwydion, a “bubbly Qunari mage with a penchant for explosions” and is “open-hearted, easily-distracted blabbermouth who can level a building or cure a hangover, depending on the situation”
  • Sumalee Montano as Hira, an “idealistic mage” with a “terrible secret” who also “hopes to rekindle her relationship with Miriam while advancing her relentless crusade against Tevinter”
  • Phil LaMarr as Roland, a “charming” man that “possesses unmatched grit”
  • Keston John as Lacklon, a “dwarven Lord of Fortune” that is a “gruff fighter, a born brawler, a complete glory hound, and just enough of a coward to make sure he stays alive”
  • Josh Keaton as Rezaren, who was “born to privilege and plagued by tragedy” and “sees himself as a good man in a wicked world” and is “determined to build a better future for everyone in Tevinter, no matter the cost”
  • Zehra Fazal as Tassia, who is “dutiful and hardworking” and “turns a blind eye to everything that doesn’t meet her moral standards” but can’t “ignore the sins of Tevinter (or Rezaren) forever”

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The new key art pictured below also shows some of these characters, too.

Dragon Age: Absolution Trailer Reveals Voice Cast

Red Dog Culture House, most known for The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, is developing the series alongside BioWare, the studio behind the game series. Mairghread Scott is writing, executive producing, and acting as the showrunner. Chris Bain, Matthew Goldman, and John Epler are also executive producers. Mae Catt and Tim Sheridan are also writing the show, while Ki Yong Bae is directing.


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