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Meet the Notable Voice Actors of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

Takuya Hiya
Meet the Notable Voice Actors of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

A crew of talented voice actors bring more life to the thrill of a video game's action and storyline. Meet some of the notable names in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance.



A great recipe for a high-quality video game is a balance between graphics, narrative, gameplay, and delivery from the voice actors. The latter artists are responsible for making you fall in love with your favourite characters, get thrilled about plot twists, and be disappointed when the tale doesn't go your way. 


If those cases sound all too familiar with your experience playing Activision’s 2006 Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, then you should meet on this page some of its leading cast members. Get to know who they are and their past projects.


  1. Scott MacDonald as Nick Fury (also Corsair and Dum Dum Dugan)

Scott MacDonald is an American actor on TV series, Broadway, films, and video games. He is best known for playing iconic recurring characters in the former field, such as CBS’ Threshold, HBO’s Carnivale, and Star Trek: Enterprise. For the latter, on the other hand, he mostly appeared in Marvel games like Thor: God of Thunder and X-Men Legends. 


  1. Clive Reville as Doctor Doom

Clive Revill is a well-known New Zealand artist who has worked in theatres, films, and television series. His performance in Avanti! in 1972 earned him nominations from two of the industry's most prestigious awards: twice in Tony Award and one in Golden Globe Award. He also lent his voice to video games such as The Hobbit and Star Wars: The Old Republic, to name a few.


  1. Trev Broudy as Captain America

Trev Broudy has only appeared in two video games: the MUA and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent, in which the latter played Cole Yeager. He is better known for his role in the independent (indie) film The Fluffer. It was a part of the 51st Berlin International Film Festival's official selection.


  1. Quinton Flynn as Spider-Man (also Arcade)

Quinton Flynn is an American voice actor for video games, animated films, TV series, and live-action. The former field ranges from multiple genres like anime, action, and action-adventure, hence explains why he only has a few Marvel projects. That said, the ones he was a part of were well-received by critics, such as the 2004 X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse.


  1. Cameron Clarke as Thor, Heimdall, Daredevil, and Weasel

Cameron ‘Cam' Clarke is a voice actor from the U.S. with a career spanning more than five decades. Animated projects, video games, and advertisements are among his most well-known fields. His portrayals as Leonardo and Rocksteady in the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are considered classics. In addition to his MUA, another Marvel project he took part in was the iconic role of Professor X in Anime: X-Men.


  1. Tom Kane Roberts as Professor X (also Grey Gargoyle, Kurse, Triton)

Tom Kane is an American voice actor, bearing a remarkable filmography in films, live-action, video games, and best of all, TV shows. The MUA might be one of the only Marvel games he joined because speculations report that he will likely retire in the entertainment industry after suffering a stroke in 2020. 

Takuya Hiya
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