Jedi: Fallen Order Character & Cast Guide

Jedi: Fallen Order brings the Star Wars franchise's world-building and characterization to the video game world, much to the credit of its cast.

Jedi Fallen Order Character & Cast Guide

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is EA's answer to Star Wars fans who have been awaiting another story-focused, single-player video game based on the franchise. As such, it is chock-full of cutscenes and characters, given life by the Jedi: Fallen Order cast. Developed by Respawn Entertainment - creators of Titanfall 2 and Apex Legends - Jedi: Fallen Order takes place between Star Wars: Episode 3 and A New Hope, when the remaining Jedi are on the run from the Galactic Empire.

The game follows Cal Kestis, a former Jedi Padawan who escaped the carnage of Revenge of the Sith's Order 66. Following Cal's reveal, some Star Wars fans felt it was strange Jedi: Fallen Order didn't have an alien hero, instead opting for yet another young, white, and male Star Wars protagonist. The game's director explained at the time Respawn wanted players to have a "real, human connection" to the main character, and said the team went with a male character rather than a female one because Rey was "kind of the thing for Star Wars" at the time.

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Instead, Respawn landed on Gotham's Cameron Monaghan to portray the voice and appearance of Fallen Order's central actor. Given the game's many technical issues at launch and other rough patches, like Fallen Order's useless gear customization, many Jedi: Fallen Order reviews listed the game's story as its most compelling element, likely due in no small part to the efforts of Monaghan and Jedi: Fallen Order's other cast members. Included here are all the major characters' voice actors for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Additional voice actors in the game not listed below include Luke Cook as Sorc Tormo, Liam McIntyre as Taron Malicos, Sumalee Montano as Mari Kosan, Travis Willingham as Jaro Tapal, and Ben Burtt as BD-1. (Note: The final entry in the following list is a SPOILER.)

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Cal BD-1

Cameron Monaghan as Cal Kestis - Cal is a former Jedi Padawan on the run from the Empire. Monaghan plays Ian Gallagher in Shameless and played a young Joker in Gotham.

Debra Wilson as Cere Junda - Cere is a former Jedi Knight who enlists Cal's help to restore the Jedi Order and offers to complete his Jedi training in return. Wilson portrayed Grace Walker in the rebooted Wolfenstein series and has provided voices for The Outer Worlds, Gears 5, and more.

Daniel Roebuck as Greez Dritus - Greez is Cere's friend and the crew's ship pilot. Roebuck has appeared in a number of TV shows, including Lost, Glee, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Forest Whitaker as Saw Gerrera - Saw made his debut as a freedom fighter in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and then appeared as a radical Rebel leader in Rogue One: A Star War Story - a role he continues in Jedi: Fallen Order. Whitaker is perhaps best known for his roles in The Last King of Scotland and Lee Daniels' The Butler, and he has also appeared in movies like Black Panther and TV series such as Empire.

Elizabeth Grullon as Second Sister - A part of the Empire's Jedi-hunting Inquisitors, the Second Sister serves as the game's main antagonist, hunting down Cal and the others. Grullon has appeared in TV series such as Criminal Minds and in the 2016 game The Technomancer.

Misty Lee as Ninth Sister - Another Inquisitor, the Ninth Sister also hunts down Jedi like Cal and Cere. Lee has provided voices for many games and TV series, including Code Vein, Remnant: From the Ashes, and Lego City Adventures.

JB Blanc as Prauf - Prauf is Cal's close friend whose rescue at the beginning of the game leads to Cal's outing as a Jedi. Blanc is another frequent voice and TV actor, appearing in titles like Mortal Kombat 11, World of Warcraft, and Barry.

Scott Lawrence as Darth Vader - Darth Vader is Star Wars' most iconic villain, and one who makes a surprise appearance near the end of Jedi: Fallen Order. Lawrence plays Jarek Yaeger in Star Wars: Resistance and has played Vader in several other Star Wars video games.

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order released for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on November 15, 2019.

Source: IMDB

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