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The Quarry cast: Full list of voice actors in the game & how you know them

Including such horror icons as David Arquette, The Quarry has one impressive cast.

Detective Pikachu's Justice Smith looks photo-real thanks to The Quarry graphics.
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Published: Tuesday, 21st June 2022 at 3:12 pm
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New horror game The Quarry boasts an impressive cast of voice actors from series and films you might not necessarily expect.

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From the makers of Until Dawn, The Quarry game features the vocal cords, as well as the physical likenesses, of stars such as David Arquette and Ted Raimi.

Other members of the cast have also been in their fair share of horror projects, including Deadly Class, Hell on Wheels, The Quick and the Dead and The Blacklist.

The cast is definitely one of the biggest strengths in the game, working together with the high-end graphics and The Quarry soundtrack to create a living, breathing horror film experience.

So, if you're playing The Quarry game and wondering who's in the cast and where you recognise them from, keep on reading and we'll run through all the actors you need to know about.

The Quarry game cast and voice actors list

Skyler Gisondo, Siobhan Williams and Ted Raimi.
From left to right: Skyler Gisondo, Siobhan Williams and Ted Raimi.

Check out the full cast of The Quarry game below:

  • Siobhan Williams plays Laura Kearney
  • Skyler Gisondo plays Max Brinly
  • Ted Raimi plays Travis Hackett (the cop)
  • Grace Zabriskie plays Eliza Vorez
  • Miles Robbins plays Dylan Lenivy
  • Halston Sage plays Emma Mountebank
  • Justice Smith plays Ryan Erzahler
  • Brenda Song plays Kaitlyn Ka
  • Zach Tinker plays Jacob Custos
  • Evan Evagora plays Nicholas Furcillo
  • Ariel Winter plays Abigail Blyg
  • David Arquette plays Chris Hackett
  • Ethan Suplee plays Bobby Hackett
  • Lance Henriksen plays Jedediah Hackett
  • Lin Shaye plays Constance Hackett
  • Emily Axford plays Grace Corvin
  • Brian Murphy plays Anton Anderson
  • JJ Dunlap plays Beasts
  • Mark Silverman plays the voice in the tutorials

One of the first members of The Quarry's cast that you meet is Skyler Gisondo, who plays Max in the game. You might recognise him from The Amazing Spider-Man movies (where he played Gwen Stacy's brother Howard), or his more recent work in the likes of Licorice Pizza, The Righteous Gemstones and Santa Clarita Diet. He also starred in the comedy flick Vacation.

The first character you control in the game is Laura, played by the actress Siobhan Williams. You might recognise her from Deadly Class, Hell on Wheels or Billy the Kid, not to mention her work in the series Sacred Lies.

It's not long before you bump into a creepy cop played by Ted Raimi, the brother of film director Sam Raimi. Over the years you may have seen him in the likes of Twin Peaks, Ash vs Evil Dead or his brother's Spider-Man films (where he played Hoffman, a put-upon employee of J Jonah Jameson).

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Lance Henriksen, Justice Smith and David Arquette.
From left to right: Lance Henriksen, Justice Smith and David Arquette.

Later on, you'll meet some other familiar faces. Among them is Lance Henriksen, who plays Jedediah Hackett, and is best known for his role as Bishop in Aliens. He's also appeared in projects like Hard Target, The Quick and the Dead and The Blacklist.

You'll also get to know Ryan, played by Justice Smith, who is known to many as the (human) star of Detective Pikachu. You also might've seen him in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Paper Towns and All the Bright Places.

Horror fans will also get a kick out of seeing David Arquette, star of the Scream films, showing up in The Quarry as Chris Hackett. As well as multiple Scream movies (including the recent relaunch), Arquette has appeared in the likes of Never Been Kissed, Eight Legged Freaks and 12 Hour Shift.

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