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KAY/O Valorant Voice Actor: Who is it?

Who is the person behind the voice of Valorant's newest Agent KAY/O? You may not know his name, but you've definitely heard him. | Photo by Riot Games
Who is the person behind the voice of Valorant's newest Agent KAY/O? You may not know his name, but you've definitely heard him. | Photo by Riot Games

As with the release of Episode 3 for Valorant, its newest Agent, KAY/O, has been receiving popularity for his interesting abilities and gameplay. However, who is the person that voices the self-proclaimed Radiant killer?

Gabe Kunda, the voice actor for KAY/O, is the voice behind the bot in Valorant. His announcement came with the addition of the Agent on Twitter which a lot of fans of the game and his work praised him soon after in the replies.

KAY/O Valorant Voice Actor: Who is it?

Though the public may not know him, people have most likely heard his voice before. Kunda is an American voice actor who has worked with various companies such as Disney, Warner Bros and even Funimation.

His voice has become part of the popularity of trailers for movies like Tenet or Wonder Woman 1984, as he is the voice that narrates the advertisements or promotions for shows, films and other companies. Yes, he is that deep voice we can hear in the movie trailers.

Kunda's talents are not limited to just being the voice in the trailers however. He has worked with Funimation as well to be a voice actor in the popular anime and manga series, My Hero Academia, where he provided the voice for Ken Takagi, or Rock Lock, a supporting character in the series. On top of that, he's also provided as additional voices in Attack on Titan and had roles in Dragon Ball Super as both Rubalt and Zirloin.

This is not his first venture into voice acting for video games as Kunda has also worked for titles like Orcs Must Die, Far Cry and The Legend of Heroes on top of his work in Valorant as KAY/O.

Simply put, Kunda is an experienced actor in the field and his work with KAY/O definitely shows that with quippy and stern lines alike that define the rogue training bot as a unique, but instantly loveable character in the game.