Warner Bros. Announces Voice Cast for Hogwarts Legacy

Simon Pegg will voice Headmaster Phineas Black.
Simon Pegg will voice Headmaster Phineas Black. / Warner Bros. Games

The voice over talent for upcoming Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy has been revealed, featuring Simon Pegg, Sebastian Croft and Amelia Gething.

Hogwarts Legacy is the upcoming RPG from Warner Bros. Games, set in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter during the 1800s. Ahead of its release on Feb. 10, the studio has revealed the voice talent that will be featured throughout the game.

British actor Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Star Trek) plays Phineas Nigellus Black, the Headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Pegg's previous video game voice work includes Fable 3 and Star Wars Battlefront: Bespin.

Sebastian Croft and Amelia Gething will voice the playable avatar, fifth-year students entering Hogwarts for the first time.

Other cast members include Lesley Nicol as Professor Matilda Weasley, Kandace Caine as Professor Onai and Sohm Kapila as Professor Satyavati Shah.

Luke Youngblood, who played Lee Jordan in the Harry Potter film series, will provide the voice of Everett Clopton, and Asif Ali voices fellow Ravenclaw student Mahendra Pehlwaan. Jason Anthony voices both Nearly Headless Nick and the Sorting Hat.

Hogwarts Legacy is scheduled to launch worldwide for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC on Feb. 10. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will launch on April 4 and a Nintendo Switch version on July 25.