Earlier on, we told you about the excellent new character trailers that Rockstar unleashed for Grand Theft Auto 5, giving another insight into the three main characters – Michael, Trevor and Franklin. Now though, we switch our attention to other matters, with rumors on a new voice actress featuring in the game – but with a slight twist.
Rockstar are known for their ultra secrecy on GTA-related material slipping out before they have announced it, but it looks like another little piece of information regarding a voice actress is now public knowledge. It was only last week that we told you about a secret live-action GTA V trailer being filmed in Mexico.
Now, it looks like actress Shari Albert is going to play some part in the game – maybe the part of character Amanda as seen at the very start of the GTA V trailer 2 if rumors are to be believed. Amanda is seen as the mother of a rebel daughter in the trailer and this could be the role that Shari Albert is playing.
Her role in GTA V has now been included on her IMDB page, along with past credits in other games such as Alan Wake and TV shows such as Ugly Betty and Law and Order – what are the odds. Albert’s Twitter page initially had some clues on her appearance in GTA V as spotted by Nowgamer, but they have since been deleted due to Rockstar becoming aware of the situation we’re guessing.
With the game due out on September 17, how long is it going to be until actors and actresses are officially ‘allowed’ to say that they are working on the game? It does make us wonder what other famous people are going to be included in the game, that Rockstar has managed to keep secret all this time.
There has to be some big names attached to the game – what do you think? As we await further confirmation on the inclusion of Shari Albert, let us know what actors you would like to see in GTA V . If Activision can get the likes of Michael Madsen and Ray Liotta in Black Ops 2, we’re sure Rockstar / Take Two can pull out some big names as well.
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