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Who is Ramattra’s Voice Actor in Overwatch 2? – Answered

Who voices the latest, powerful Omnic?

by Shawn Robinson

Overwatch 2’s characters, in terms of lore and performance, are great and truly sell each character quite well. Their voice actors give one hell of a performance full of emotion, something the upcoming PvE mode will likely showcase in full force. With so many voice actors, there’s bound to be quite a few you’ve heard of. With that, you may be wondering why the newest tank sounds so familiar. Here is who Ramattra’s voice actor is in Overwatch 2.

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Who Voices Ramattra in Overwatch 2?

Ramattra’s voice actor is none other than Ramon Tikaram. That name might not mean much off name alone, but we can guarantee you’ve heard or seen him somewhere. As far as games go, his biggest roles include the reworked Aatrox in the MOBA League of Legends, alongside the boss Godrick the Grafted in Elden Ring. He’s also well known as Dorian from BioWare’s incredible Dragon Age: Inquisition.

He’s also known for being in the entertainment industry as an actor. One of his most recent roles is as Victor Aziz in the crime drama Pennyworth. Some other minor roles of his include being in Law & Order: UK, Wired, Jupiter Ascending, and Vampire Academy. Needless to say, Tikaram’s acting chops are spread far and wide, and he seems to give quite the performance in whatever role he’s placed in.

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To finish things off with a bit of background, Tikaram was born in Singapore in 1967 to parents Fatimah Rohani and Pramod Tikaram. After a brief stint in military school, he went on to study English at Kent University, where he would discover acting. Following his education, he’s had a long career across all forms of entertainment. Hopefully, we’ll get to see him in a few more video games before he retires.

Shawn Robinson

Shawn's been playing games for well over a decade now, dabbling in all sorts of genres but always willing to try new things. Some of his favorite games include first-person shooters like Left 4 Dead and Titanfall, though narrative games like Life is Strange are held near and dear.