Turok gets Hollywood talent

Voice actors named.

Disney has named the Hollywood stars picked to lend their vocals to characters in the upcoming Turok game.

Among the better known of the line-up are Timothy Olyphant, currently playing the role of Agent 47 in the Hitman film, and Wahlberg sibling Donnie, who played the angry father who was also a policeman in Saw II.

There's also the fabulously named Powers Boothe from Deadwood, 24, and Sin City, as well as William Fichtner most recently in Prison Break as FBI chap Alexander Mahone.

"The actors who lent their voices to Turok are a testament to both the magnitude of the project and the interest of top-notch talent," said Josh Holmes, big cheese at developer Propaganda Games.

"The characters in the story are paramount to the experience and we have assembled an outstanding cast to assure high quality performances across the board."

Turok is a first-person shooter based around Joseph Turok and his elite special forces gang, who've been sent to a different planet to track down bad guy Roland Kane. However, the spaceship transporting the fancy fighters is soon shot down, leaving the group stranded in the dinosaur-populated world.

The full version is due out on 360 and PS3 next February.

A cast list can be found below.


  • Joseph Turok - Gegory Norman Cruz
  • Cowboy - Timothy Olyphant
  • Slade - Ron Perlman
  • Shepard - Donnie Wahlberg
  • Logan - William Fichtner
  • Cole - Mark Rolston
  • Jericho - Chris Judge
  • Gonzales - Lomboardo Boyar
  • Reese - Gideon Emery
  • Parker - Josh Gomez
  • Foster - John Curry
  • Carter - Jason Harris
  • Henderson - Steve Van Wormer


  • Roland Kane - Powers Boothe
  • Grimes - Sean Donnellan

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