RoboCop: Rogue City Voice Actors and Cast

Discover the talented cast behind every character in RoboCop: City with the help of this guide.

As a beloved franchise, Teyon will surely be picking the RoboCop: Rogue City cast carefully for voice actors who fit the role. With this game taking place before RoboCop 3, expect to see some familiar faces as part of the cast. In this article, let’s introduce you to the people behind the voice in RoboCop: Rogue City.

Who is the Voice behind RoboCop (Alex Murphy) in Rogue City?

Teyon impressively brought back the legendary Peter Weller to voice RoboCop once more in RoboCop: Rogue City. Peter did voice RoboCop back in 2019 for Mortal Kombat 11 when he was a guest fighter for the roster. To this day, RoboCop still remains as his most iconic role and there’s no one who can do a good job as Alex Murphy quite well as Peter Weller.

The Voice behind RoboCop in Rogue City

Full list of Voice Actors in RoboCop: Rogue City

Here are the voice actors for RoboCop: Rogue City:

  • Peter Weller as RoboCop (Alex Murphy)
  • Adam Sims as the Old Man
  • Ako Mitchell
  • Brandon Lee Sears
  • Bruce Lester Johnson
  • Cameron Bernard Jones
  • Christopher Ragland
  • Colin Stinton
  • Corey Lawson
  • Demetri Goritsas
  • Eric Meyers
  • Eric Sirakian
  • Eric Underwood
  • Federico Louhau
  • Gina Murray
  • Glenn Wrage
  • Jane Perry
  • Jay Rincon
  • John Schwab
  • Joseph Capp
  • Joseph May
  • Jules de Jong
  • Kerry Shale
  • Kosha Engler
  • Lachele Carl
  • Laurel Lefkow
  • Laurence Bouvard
  • Lorelei King
  • Mark Holden
  • Martin T Sherman
  • Meili Bond
  • Michael S. Siegel
  • Natalie Beran
  • Nathan Osgood
  • Nezar Alderazi
  • Nicola Peluso
  • Paul Courtenay Hyu
  • Peter Brooke
  • Taylor Clarke Hill
  • Vincent Lai

The Old Man does make an appearance in RoboCop: Rogue City and he’s voiced by Adam Sims. He also did voices for Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened and Atomic Heart. You may have seen him as Private Zielinski from Band of Brothers.

Given that the original cast for RoboCop goes all the way back to 1993, it’s understandable that they couldn’t get everyone to voice-act their own characters from the movie. We aren’t sure who everyone else is playing, as Teyon didn’t list their characters on the credits screen.