The Quarry Voice Actors: Full Cast List
Now that The Quarry, Supermassive Games' latest interactive drama horror video game, has arrived, it's perhaps no surprise that many are wondering who the game's voice actors are.
Developed by the Until Dawn team, The Quarry is an interactive, cinematic horror experience set in upstate New York available now on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC. Here's a breakdown of the full voice actor cast list in The Quarry.
The Quarry Voice Actors: Full Cast List
Here is the main cast for The Quarry and the characters they play, including some choice previous credits.
- Laura Kearney – Siobhan Williams ("Forsaken")
- Max Brinly – Skyler Gisondo ("The Social Dilemma")
- Travis Hackett – Ted Raimi ("Evil Dead," "Spider-Man")
- Eliza Vorez – Grace Zabriskie ("Armageddon," "Wild at Heart")
- Dylan Lenivy – Miles Robbins ("Halloween" (2018), "Blockers")
- Emma Mountebank – Halston Sage ("X-Men: Dark Phoenix," "Paper Towns")
- Ryan Erzahler – Justice Smith ("Detective Pikachu," "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom")
- Kaitlyn Ka – Brenda Song ("Dollface," "The Social Network")
- Jacob Custos – Zach Tinker ("13 Reasons Why")
- Nicholas "Nick" Furcillo – Evan Evagora ("Star Trek: Picard")
- Abigail Blyg – Ariel Winter ("Modern Family")
- Chris Hackett – David Arquette (Scream franchise)
- Bobby Hackett – Ethan Suplee ("The Wolf of Wall Street")
- Jedediah Hackett – Lance Henriksen ("Aliens," "The Terminator")
- Constance Hackett – Lin Shaye (Insidious franchise, "The Grudge")
Siobhan Williams plays Laura Kearney, who's described by Supermassive as "excited to spend a quiet summer in the woods as a camp counselor alongside her boyfriend Max. It's the perfect way to apply her resourceful, curious nature before she returns to her veterinarian studies in the fall. For Laura, everything's falling into place."
Williams has had leading roles on many feature films and series, most recently including John Cassar's "Forsaken" and AMC's acclaimed series "Hell On Wheels."
Skyler Gisondo plays Max Brinly, who's described by Supermassive as "a class clown who has trouble applying himself and seeing things through, unlike his girlfriend Laura. Fortunately, his friendly attitude and unfaltering loyalty make them a great match, provided she doesn't get sick of his lack of ambition — which won't cut it if their plan to go to college together has any hope of success."
Gisondo is also known for acting roles in "Licorice Pizza" (2021), "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" (2014) and "The Amazing Spider-Man" (2012).
Ted Raimi plays Travis Hackett, the sheriff of the small town of North Kill. As described by Supermassive, "Travis swore an oath to protect and serve — and that's exactly what he does."
Raimi is an actor and writer, best known for playing Hoffman in the first Spider-Man trilogy and various characters in the Evil Dead series. He's also brother to director Sam Raimi.
Grace Zabriskie plays Eliza Vorez, the ominous narrator who "knew you were coming."
Zabriskie has had starring roles in "Armageddon" and "The Grudge." Fans of "Twin Peaks" will also recognize her as recurring character Sarah Palmer.
Miles Robbins plays Dylan Lenivy. As described by Supermassive, "campers and counselors alike love Dylan's oddball humor and deep musical knowledge, broadcast daily over the camp's PA system. But beneath the affable, edgy persona of his radio voice, a much different person lies in wait, terrified of rejection."
Robbins is an actor known for performances in "Blockers" (2018), "Halloween" (2018) and "Daniel Isn't Real" (2019).
Halston Sage plays Emma Mountebank, who's described by Supermassive as "something of a documentarian, capturing and commenting on nearly everything through her phone's front-facing camera for her loyal followers. As a talented actress and enterprising influencer, she runs the camp's drama activities, teasing out the best and worst in everyone she meets."
In 2019, Sage portrayed the first live action appearance of the Marvel Comic's character, Dazzler, in the film "X Men: Dark Phoenix." In 2015, Sage played Lacey Pemberton in the film "Paper Towns" (2015), based on the 2008 novel of the same name by John Green.
Justice Smith plays Ryan Erzahler. As described by Supermassive, "most won't 'get' whatever's coming through his headphones, but Ryan lives for connection, even if he does lean into the whole brooding, handsome loner thing. Beneath the reclusive persona is the heart of a hero, determined to prove himself to those he cares about."
Smith is known for performances in "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" (2018), "Pokémon: Detective Pikachu" (2019) and "Paper Towns" (2015).
Brenda Song plays Kaitlyn Ka. As described by Supermassive, "Kaitlyn embraces the idea of living out loud; always going toward the fun and never afraid to stir the pot a little. Her amiable nature and ingenuity mean she can adapt to any social environment, often allowing her to slip into the de facto role of "leader," though she sometimes struggles to express her own needs in stressful situations."
Song starred as London Tipton, the hotel owner's spoiled daughter, in the Disney Channel sitcom "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody" (2005). Song also played Christy in "The Social Network" (2010).
Zach Tinker plays Jacob Custos. As described by Supermassive, "Jacob is accustomed to being the most popular guy around. Despite some self-centeredness and obnoxious bravado befitting your typical jock, Jacob's got a charming streak and genuinely wants his fellow counselors to have a good time, especially Emma."
Tinker is most known for his one-off role as Grayson in "13 Reasons Why," but has also had recurring roles in American soap operas, "The Young and the Restless" and "Days of Our Lives."
Evan Evagora plays Nicholas "Nick" Furcillo. As described by Supermassive, "soft-spoken Nick strikes that perfect balance between handsome athleticism and nerdy vulnerability. His fatal flaw is an unwillingness to drop his stoic guard and let people in."
Evagora is relatively new to acting, but has played a high-profile role as Elnor in "Star Trek: Picard."
Ariel Winter plays Abigail Blyg, who's described by Supermassive as someone "so deeply buried in her sketchbook that she can't see how well her artistic skills and kind disposition are appreciated by her peers. Socially awkward but sweet and sincere, she's dying to find some romance before the summer is out."
Winter has had notable roles in both television and film, starring on ABC's critically acclaimed and Emmy-winning hit series, "Modern Family" (2009).
David Arquette plays Chris Hackett. As described by Supermassive, "as the friendly owner, operator and all-around father figure of Hackett's Quarry summer camp, Chris is devoted to making sure his campers surrender their cell phones and enjoy the wonders of nature."
Arquette is famously known for playing Deputy Dewey Riley from the Scream series, though he's also starred in TV comedies such as "My Name is Earl" and "Friends." He also once held the WCW World Heavyweight Champion title.
Ethan Suplee plays Bobby Hackett, a mysterious character who lives in the local area who also "can’t wait to meet you."
Suplee is known for playing Toby Welch in "The Wolf of Wall Street" (2013), as well as Randy Hickey in the comedy TV series "My Name is Earl."
Lance Henriksen plays Jedediah Hackett, another mysterious character who "can’t wait to meet you." There sure are a lot of those in this game.
Henriksen has played Bishop in both "Aliens" (1986) and "Aliens vs. Predator" (2004), as well as a variety of other films including "The Terminator" (1984).
Lin Shaye plays Constance Hackett, another mysterious character who "can’t wait to meet you." Woof.
Shaye has been acting since the 1970s, including in horror films "The Grudge" (2020) and the Insidious series (2010 - present).
For more on The Quarry, feel free to check out our coverage of whether or not you can save Max and Kaylee.