Turok Voice Cast Announced

gregory-cruz.jpgDisney Interactive Studios publishing label Touchstone has announced the cast of Hollywood voice talent who have signed on to play the key roles in the upcoming Turok PS3 and 360 title, with Native American actor Gregory Norman Cruz landing the starring role of Joseph Turok. Supporting Cruz as part of the Whiskey Company special forces squad are Timothy Olyphant as Cowboy, Ron Perlman as Slade, Donnie Wahlberg as Shepard, William Fichtner as Logan, Mark Rolston as Cole, Chris Judge as Jericho, Lombardo Boyar as Gonzales, Gideon Emery as Reese, Josh Gomez as Parker, Jon Curry as Foster, Jason Harris as Carter and Steve Van Wormer as Henderson. On the bad guy side of the cast, Powers Boothe is voicing Turok’s former mentor and the game’s main villain, Roland Kane, with Sean Donnellan voicing Kane’s henchman named Grimes.

“The actors who lent their voices to Turok are a testament to both the magnitude of the project and the interest of top-notch talent,” said Josh Holmes, vice president and general manager of Propaganda Games, the Vancouver, British Columbia-based developer. “The characters in the story are paramount to the experience and we have assembled an outstanding cast to assure high quality performances across the board.”

Turok ships for PS3 and Xbox 360 on February 5, 2008.

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