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Tears Of The Kingdom Voice Actors: The Legend of Zelda TOTK Complete List

Discover the complete list of voice actors in The Legend of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom game. Dive into the immersive world of Hyrule and uncover its secrets.

Set off on an enchanting journey as we explore Tears Of The Kingdom voice actors and the magical world of Zelda. At the same time, we intricately detail each noteworthy character and the exceptional voice artists who breathed life into them. Experience different storytelling, where we intricately fold each actor’s rich history, prior notable roles, and their portrayed character’s significance within Tears Of The Kingdom.

You won’t just be reading about the voices behind these legendary characters; you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped right into the enchanting kingdom itself.

Link – Kengo Takanashi

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Kengo Takanishi lends his voice to Link in Tears of the Kingdom, and while he is still primarily a silent protagonist, he does make many grunts, attack sounds, and response noises. 

For Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Breath of the Wild, and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, Takanishi voiced Link. Takanishi has appeared in several video games, including Final Fantasy 14: Endwalker, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, and Scarlet Nexus, where he plays the role of Wataru Frazer.

Role of Link in Tears Of The Kingdom

In Tears Of The Kingdom, Link has an imperative role. Tasked with restoring peace in the kingdom, the silent hero embarks on a new adventurous journey. The combination of bravery, determination, and compassion, expressed with the unique voice artistry, highlights Link’s character attributes.

Princess Zelda – Patricia Summersett

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There was a lot of excitement when Zelda’s voice was finally heard in the Breath of the Wild teaser. In Tears of the Kingdom, Patricia Summersett will once again provide her voice to the Triforce of Wisdom’s keeper position.

Summersett has also been in The Disappearance, The Bold Type, and many other television programs.

Role of Princess Zelda in Tears Of The Kingdom

In Tears Of The Kingdom, Princess Zelda is not just a damsel in distress. She is elegantly portrayed as a strong, decisive leader who aids Link in his mission. The voice actress successfully conveys every facet of Zelda’s character through her caring whispers to her powerful commands, contributing significantly to the character depth and game narrative.

Ganondorf – Matthew Mercer

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In Tears of the Kingdom, Matthew Mercer, arguably the most famous voice actor on this list, becomes part of the Legend of Zelda cast as Ganondorf.

Mercer is one of the most well-known voice actors in recent years because to his significant work in the industry and his prominent role on the Critical Role YouTube channel.

Role of Ganon in Tears Of The Kingdom

As the central antagonist in Tears Of The Kingdom, Ganon poses the biggest threat to the tranquility of the kingdom. His relentless pursuit of power and destruction is perfectly mirrored in the voice actor’s performance, adding to the suspense and thrill of the game.

Impa – Andi Gibson

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Tears of the Kingdom features the comeback of the legendary Impa. Andi Gibson returns from Breath of the Wild but in a reduced capacity. After all, Impa’s role in Zelda mythology is as crucial as Link’s and Zelda’s.

Gibson’s resume as an actor only goes back to 2010. Yet Gibson has contributed to other works, like Bear with Me and Bobby the Hedgehog.

Role of Impa in Tears Of The Kingdom

Impa’s role in Tears Of The Kingdom is to constantly support the protagonists. She is there every step of the way, guiding and advising. Through her timeless wisdom and unwavering calmness, voiced beautifully by the actress, she adds balance to the intense journey ahead.

Princess Mipha – Amelia Goth

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Mipha is one of the original Champions of Hyrule, and she aids Zelda and Link in their quest to thwart Calamity Ganon and prevent him from ruling the kingdom for a century. Mipha, voiced by Amelia Goth, is a pivotal character in the games as the Zora princess.

In addition to Final Fantasy and Let It Die, Goth has voiced characters for several major video game series.

Daruk & Yenobo – Joe Hernandez

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Joe Hernandez voices both Daruk and Yenobo’s primary Goron characters. Therefore, he performs commandingly, especially for his work, in his portrayal of the mysterious Daruk.

Over 60 video games include Hernadez’s voice work, including such titles as Lost Ark, Saints Row, and Transformers: War for Cybertron. 

Revali, Teba & The Great Deku Tree – Sean Chiplock

zelda Revali Teba The Great Deku Tree Sean Chiplock

It took work for Sean Chiplock to take on the Zelda series. Chiplock voiced the Great Deku Tree and the major Rito roles in both Revali and Teba.

Chiplock was famous for his role as a voice actor in Japanese animation. But more recently, he lent his voice to God of War and Midnight Suns.

Urbosa & Riju РElizabeth Maxwell 

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If anybody could do justice to the challenging, elite warrior nature of the Gerudo women in the Zelda franchise, it would be Elizabeth Maxwell, who plays both Urbosa and Riju. Maxwell lends her voice to not one but two Gerudo leaders in the Zelda series; the most recent Zelda teaser for Tears of the Kingdom featured her as Riju.

Maxwell has many voice-acting credits and roles, including My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan RWBY.

Prince Sidon – Jamie Mortarello

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Fans of The Legend of Zelda instantly adopted Prince Sidon as a beloved character. After waking up a century later, Link becomes friends with the towering and flamboyant Rito prince, who helps him in his quest to defeat Ganon.

Mortarello has voiced characters in the recent gaming hits Horizon Zero Dawn and the 2016 Hitman videogame, in addition to his work in the Zelda franchise.

King Rhoam – Bill Rogers

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King Rhoam’s voice has to sound authoritative and harsh, fitting for the father of Princess Zelda. Enter Bill Rogers, who portrayed the role brilliantly.

Rogers, who’s been around for a while, can boast a long record of accomplishments in his field. Most people will recall his voice from his role as Brock in the Pokemon series.

Tulin – Cristina Vee

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Teba, a Rito warrior who helped Link in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, has a son named Tulin. Tulin is a character from Breath of the Wild that players will likely recall. This Rito, however, has a far more significant part in Tears of the Kingdom and is therefore spoken this time around.

American voice actress and director Cristina Vee. Most of her career has been spent providing her voice for English-language dubs of anime, animation, and video games. Mio Akiyama in K-ON!, Sailor Mars in Sailor Moon, and Homura Akemi in Madoka Magica are just a few of her roles.

Rauru – Chris Hackney

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A fresh face When it comes to Tears of the Kingdom, Rauru is one of the most noteworthy newcomers. As King Roam did in Breath of the Wild, the first King of Hyrule, Rauru, helps Link in his quest to defeat Ganondorf and restore his kingdom. He is the head of the Zonai people and provides insight into their history in the Legend of Zelda.

Chris Hackney provides the voice of Ruaru. Among the many characters he has voiced, Hackney is recognized for his portrayals as Dimitri Alexandre Blaiddyd, Illumi Zoldyck, and Khun Aguero Agnes.A new

Yona – Lauren Mayfield

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The fact that Prince Sidon has found love and settled down with a wife is one of the most tragic revelations in Tears of the Kingdom. After Link tracked down the fan-favorite Zora, he discovered that the Zora he was engaged to was named Yona. 

Lauren Mayfield provides Yona’s vocals. Mayfield has yet to do much as a voice actor. Thus, his resume is thin. Even so, she has guest-starred in several shows and games, including Genshin Impact and Smash Legends.

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By Jupiter Hadley

Jupiter is an avid indie gaming journalist that covers lesser titles. She highlights thousands of game jams and independent games on YouTube. She judges several jams and events and oversees, a global game jam calendar.