Video Game Voice Actor Wounded in Mumbai Terror Attack

November 27, 2008 -

The CBC reports that a Canadian voice actor with video game experience was among those wounded in yesterday's terror rampage in Mumbai, India.

Michael Rudder was one of two wounded Canadians who were part of a delegation on a trip to India...

 

Rudder, who has worked in film, theatre and television, is a voice performer who has played roles in cartoons, commercials and video games, including top sellers Assassin's Creed and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3. He has also performed in the animated PBS series Postcards From Buster.

Rudder's other game work includes:

  • Far Cry: Instincts
  • Prince of Persia: Warrior Within

GP: Thanks to GamePolitics reader Sean Bustin for the tip!


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Re: Video Game Voice Actor Wounded in Mumbai Terror Attack

Not just him. I hope the other people caught up in this clusterfuck make it out relatively safe. I wonder how long it'll take before somebody gets the idea of making a game of the Mumbai attack...*knocks on wood*

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Re: Video Game Voice Actor Wounded in Mumbai Terror Attack

Who DID he voice in Jagged Allaince 2?

Re: Video Game Voice Actor Wounded in Mumbai Terror Attack

The Dark Prince wounded! =( Hope he'll be fine.

Re: Video Game Voice Actor Wounded in Mumbai Terror Attack

All ubisoft games..

COINCIDENCE?! I THINK NOT

No coincidence at all...

They're all Ubisoft MONTREAL games.. I imagine they use and reuse a lot of Canadian talent.

Re: No coincidence at all...

It is probobley why a lot of voice actors for the games overlap with Jagged Alliance 2 as well.

Re: Video Game Voice Actor Wounded in Mumbai Terror Attack

I assume it's just that they always go with the same company when hiring voice talent for their games.

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