There are a plethora of characters that make up the world of The Last of Us Part 2. Many of these characters are new to the franchise and are making their debut in the sequel. One of these new characters for the sequel is Abby, who is the main antagonist against Ellie for the game thanks to her committing a grievous act against her in the beginning. However, one of the unique aspects of the game is that players get the ability to play as Abby for a significant period, which has led plenty members of the community to wonder who the actor is that players the central character. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know about the actor behind this main character covered for you. 

The Last of Us Part 2 Abby Actor

Players will find that Laura Bailey is the voice actor who brings the emotion and strength to the character of Abby in the high-profile sequel. Bailey has had some significant roles in the gaming industry with multiple appearances on Critical Role. She also is the person behind Gears 5 main protagonist Kait Diaz and Mary Jane Watson in Marvel's Spider-Man. Now, with the release of this particular game, Bailey has another iconic role in the video game world to add to her already impressive resume. 

The Last of Us Part 2 Abby Actor

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There is no doubt that the character of Abby is an integral part of this title. She wouldn't be able to deliver the same level of emotion to the role if it was not the hard work and talent of Laura Bailey who gave her all in bringing this character to life for all of us to experience in what is sure to be one of the most talked-about games in some time. 

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