Quantic Dream Reveals Three New Actors from Detroit: Become Human's Cast
Detroit: Become Human will feature three actors whose work has previously been featured in both TV and film.
Coming off of the coattails of last week’s announcement of the release date for Detroit: Become Human, developer Quantic Dream decided to continue building hype towards launch by revealing some noteworthy actors that will be featured in the game.
The announcement was made via the official Detroit: Become Human Twitter account where three new actors in total were unveiled. The first of these three is Clancy Brown who is well-known for voice acting in roles such as Mr. Krabs from Spongebob Squarepants as well as being featured in notable films like Shawshank Redemption. Next up is Lance Henriksen who is likely known best for his portrayal of the android Lance Bishop from the James Cameron classic Aliens. Last but certainly not least, Friday Night Lights’ Minka Kelly was also revealed to be apart of the Detroit: Become Human cast.
Brown, Henriksen, and Kelly join other actors Bryan Dechart, Valorie Curry, and Jesse Williams to help fill out Detroit: Become Human’s cast. Of course, in a character-driven game like Detroit: Become Human, there will surely be a litany of other actors in the game though it’s uncertain if their previous credits will be of the same caliber of the three newly revealed cast members.
The original tweet in which Brown, Henriksen, and Kelly were announced to be apart of the cast can be found below. In case you didn’t hear, Detroit: Become Human will be available later this spring on May 25, exclusively for PS4.
— Detroit Become Human (@Detroit_PS4) March 2, 2018