Video game voice actor Ken Lally has diedat the age of 52 on Tuesday, October 10. At time of writing, the circumstances of his passing haven’t been revealed, but it wasconfirmed by actor Eva La Dare, who worked with him onCapcom’sResident Evil 5.
“It’s still so hard to believe. We will miss you and your amazing talent,”she wrote. “Love you, Ken. Rest well.”
Lally voiced NPCs in video games such asSpider-Man:Miles MoralesandCall of Duty:Infinite Warfare. He also had in main roles in titles likeMortal Kombat 9(as Smoke, Shinnokand Goro), the remakes forResident Evil 2andResident Evil3(Robert Kendo), andWolfenstein II:The New Colossus(Wayne Woods).
Outside of games, he did guest roles in Heroes and Star Trek:Enterprise.
“He brought Smoke, Goro, and Shinnok back to life in Mortal Kombat (2011),”wrote NetherRealm on X. “Rest in Peace Ken Lally, you will be missed.”