Resident Evil 4 is renowned for its distinctive and unforgettable characters, and the highly anticipated Resident Evil 4 Remake will not disappoint in that aspect. One of the memorable characters is Ashley Graham, the daughter of the US President, who has been abducted by a sinister group. Leon S. Kennedy, the protagonist from Resident Evil 2, is sent to rescue her.
While the English voice actor for Ashley has yet to be officially announced, we do know the name of the voice actor for the Japanese version. Below, we'll share more information about Ashley's character.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Ashley Graham Voice Actor
Whilst the English language voice actor is not yet listed but is rumored to be Nicole Tompkins. Tompkins is a modern Resident Evil stalwart who has voiced Jill Valentine in the Resident Evil 3 remake, as well as Daniela Dimistrescu, and Elena Lupu in Resident Evil Village. She also performed motion capture for Village’s Shadows of Rose DLC.
- Who voices Ashley Graham in Resident Evil 4 Remake - Nicole Tompkins (unconfirmed), Akari Kitō (Japanese)
The confirmed Japanese voice actor is Akari Kitō. The singer and actor is known for voicing Kamado Neszuko in Demon Slayer: Kimestsu no Yaiba. In video games, she was the voice of Aibo in AI: The Somnium Files.
After being found by Leon, Ashley Graham accompanies him as they try to escape the Los Illuminados group. She is largely defenseless and requires Leon to keep an eye on her in case she’s recaptured. In the remake, Leon will be able to direct her far more easily than in the original game.
That’s what we know about Ashley and her voice actor for now. For more on the game please check out our hands-off preview before it launches on the PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X on 24th March.
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