Square Enix has shared the main cast of Hitman: Absolution, making the point that not only did the actors lend their voices to the characters of Absolution but also their bodies.
The actors’ performances were captured at the esteemed motion capture facility of Giant Studios; responsible for work featured in films such as The Lord of the Rings, Iron Man, I Am Legend, Avatar and many more.
THE HOLLYWOOD CAST OF HITMAN: ABSOLUTION
Agent 47 - William Mapother (Motion Capture), David Bateson (Voice)
previous work includes: Lost, Another Earth
Diana Burnwood - Marsha Thomason
previous work includes: Lost, White Collar
Benjamin Travis - Powers Boothe
previous work includes: The Avengers, Deadwood, Sin City
Birdie - Steven Bauer
previous work includes: Breaking Bad, Scarface
Blake Dexter - Keith Carradine
previous work includes: Cowboys & Aliens, Dexter, Deadwood
Sheriff Clive Skurky - Jon Gries
previous work includes: Napoleon Dynamite, Get Shorty
Layla Stockton - Traci Lords
previous work includes: Blade, Underworld
Sanchez - Issac Singleton
previous work includes: Planet of the Apes, Pirates of the Caribbean
LaSandra Dixon - Vivica A. Fox
previous work includes: Kill Bill, Batman & Robin, Independence Day
Wade - Larry Cedar
previous work includes: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Deadwood
Cosmo Faulkner - Jonathan Adams
previous work includes: Bones, 24, Boston Legal, Burn Notice
Jade - Shannyn Sossamon
previous work includes: 40 Days and 40 Nights, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Victoria - Isabelle Fuhrman
previous work includes: The Hunger Games, Orphan
Hitman: Absolution, developed by IO Interactive and published by Square Enix is set to be released globally on November 20th, 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
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