When you play Final Fantasy 16, you may hear a few familiar voices - as Square Enix has put together quite the ensemble to bring the characters of the Realm of Valisthea to life.


This is why we have taken it upon ourselves to help you remember that name on the tip of your tongue with our guide on the FF16 cast: All confirmed voice actors and how you know them.

There are many movers and shakers in Valisthea and the game takes place through different points in time with frequent flashbacks showing characters at different ages.

With so much ground to cover, we’ll go over the main characters and who they are played by and what other media they have been in, be it film, TV or video games.

With that said, there’s so little time to release and we’ll no doubt be locking ourselves in our rooms for hours on end playing FF16 - so we’ll get stuck in straight away!

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FF16 cast: All confirmed voice actors

  • Ben Starr plays Clive Rosfield
  • Nina Yndis plays Benedikta Harman
  • Ralph Ineson plays Cidolfus Telamon
  • Susannah Fielding plays Jill Warrick
  • Logan Hannan plays Joshua Rosfield
  • Alex Lanipekun plays Hugo Kupka
  • Stewart Clarke plays Dion Lesage
  • David Menkin plays Barnabas Tharmr

Where do you know the FF16 cast from?

Firstly, Ben Starr (visible in the Tweet below) plays Clive Rosfield, FF16’s protagonist. Starr is perhaps most well-known for his portrayal of Dr Christopher Priestly in Jamestown - from the creators of Downton Abbey - or as Captain James Hawdon in BBC One’s Dickensian. He also appeared in Netflix's You as a character named Niko Leandros.

Ralph Ineson (pictured at the top of this page) plays Cidolfus Telamon, and his gravelly voice have been seen and heard as William in Robert Eggers' The Witch, Dagmer Cleftjaw in HBO’s Game of Thrones, Chris Finch in Ricky Gervais’ The Office and Nikolai Tarakanov in HBO’s Chernobyl. He has been known to dabble in the realm of video games before FF16, most recently providing his voice for Diablo 4’s Horadrim Lorath Nahr.

Nina Yndis (seen talking about the role in the Tweet below) plays Benedikta Harman. She featured as Kavetka in an episode of BBC’s Peaky Blinders, Kira Sokolov in FBI: International and has provided voice acting as Uimet in Final Fantasy 14: Shadowbringers, Elsera Snow in Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series, and as Katarzyna ‘Kotya’ Belitskaya in Encased: A Sci-Fi Post-Apocalyptic RPG.

Fans of Asobo Studio’s ears will twitch when they hear Logan Hannan (Joshua Rosfield) bringing Clive’s younger brother off the page, as he portrayed Hugo in both A Plague Tale: Innocence and A Plague Tale: Requiem. He also lent his voice to multiple characters such as Archie Bickle, Lucan Brattleby and Francis Doyle in Hogwarts Legacy.

Susannah Fielding (pictured with Ben Starr below) plays Jill Warrick. She is no stranger to video games as she has provided the voice for Amy Simpson in the Forza Horizon series and Shani in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. She also played Poirot’s lover Katherine in Death on the Nile, Brooke in the sitcom The Great Indoors, Jennie Gresham in This Time with Alan Partridge.

Alex Lanipekun (Hugo Kupka) played Ben Kaplan in BBC One’s Spooks and Nil in Guerilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West.

Stewart Clarke has played multiple characters in Netflix’s The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, Ethan Reed and additional voices in Guerilla Games’ Horizon Forbidden West, Eygon in Square Enix’s Valkyrie Elysium and multiple voices in Troy: A Total War Saga.

David Menkin was Luke Skywalker in TT Games’ Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Dag in Ubisoft Montreal’s Assassins Creed: Valhalla and recently provided voices for multiple characters in Diablo 4.

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