Graham Greene Has A Minor Role In Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar Games is known for its quality over quantity formula and it perfectly stands out when it comes to its games’ voice acting and performances. In a recent interview with Vulture, Rockstar Vice President Dan Houser revealed that Graham Greene has a minor role in their upcoming Wild-West paragon Red Dead Redemption 2.

Of a total of 1200 actors performing for Red Dead Redemption 2, 700 with dialogues of each having around 80 pages of script, Graham Greene was Dan’s favourite. The Academy Award nominee has a small role, but close to Dan’s heart. Graham’s character signifies everything that’s compelling about the game, be it the history or politics.

Dan says, “He did such a brilliant job of bringing this chief character to life. The government is coming down on him hard. He’s losing his rights as an independent king, and he’s a gentle soul in that violent world. [Greene] bought this great depth to [the story].”

Graham Greene

If you’ve played Grand Theft Auto V, you’d know how commendable Steven Ogg’s performance was as the psycho-maniac Trevor Phillips. It’s even said that Steven recorded his lines wearing underwears to pour his heart in his character.

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