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Wes Johnson (born June 6, 1961) is an actor and voice artist who voiced multiple characters in Fallout 3, its add-ons Operation: Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel and Point Lookout; Fallout 4 and its add-on Nuka-World; as well as Fallout 76 and its update Wastelanders.

Work on the Fallout series

Fallout 3

In Fallout 3, Johnson voices Mister Burke, all super mutants (including Fawkes and Uncle Leo), the sentry bots, the Protectrons, Scribe Bigsley in Broken Steel, and swampfolk in Point Lookout.

Fallout 4

Johnson returned to the series for Fallout 4, voicing Moe Cronin, the Silver Shroud, and reprised his role as the Protectrons, as well as several minor super mutants. However, he did not reprise his role as sentry bots.[1]

Fallout 76

Johnson also reprised his role as the Protectrons in Fallout 76, in addition to voicing Gabe Ramses, Randy Calloway, Timothy Wolfe, as well as the various vendor bots in the game. He also voiced the Fasnacht Protectrons, introduced in Wild Appalachia, as well as various Collectrons. He also voiced the Silver Shroud again, this time as part of JES-2R's voice lines, introduced in Nuclear Winter.

For the Wastelanders update to Fallout 76, Johnson reprised his role as the Protectron officer Boomer, as well as voicing Professor-bot and Sunny.

Credits

Fallout series

YearTitleCredited as/for
2008Fallout 3Mister Burke
Fawkes
Dean Dewey (uncredited)
Masterbrain (uncredited)
Shakes (uncredited)
Uncle Leo (uncredited)
Deputy Weld (uncredited)
Protectrons (uncredited)
Sentry bots (uncredited)
Super mutants (uncredited)
2009Operation: AnchorageStrike team sentry bots (uncredited)
2009The PittFactory protectrons (uncredited)
2009Broken SteelScribe Bigsley (uncredited)
Sparky (uncredited)
Enclave sentry bots (uncredited)
Presidential metro sentinal unit (uncredited)
2009Point LookoutTrackers (uncredited)
Protectron (uncredited)
Voice-activated security system (uncredited)
2015Fallout 4Moe Cronin
Protectron
Silver Shroud
Buddy (uncredited)
Super mutants (uncredited)
2016Nuka-WorldDoc Phosphate (uncredited)
Eagle (uncredited)
Hawk (uncredited)
One-Eyed Ike (uncredited)
The Giddyup Kid (uncredited)
Ticket taker (uncredited)
2018Fallout 76Boomer
Mr. Fluffy
Protectrons
Gabe Ramses (uncredited)
Randy Calloway (uncredited)
Timothy Wolfe (uncredited)
Tweed (uncredited)
The Whitespring Station vendor (uncredited)
Watoga vendor bot (uncredited)
Vendor bot Bob (uncredited)
Vendor bot Greg (uncredited)
Vendor bot Mack (uncredited)
Vendor bot Phoenix (uncredited)
Collectrons (uncredited)
Additional voices
2019Wild AppalachiaInsult Bot (uncredited)
Cheerful Beekeeper (uncredited)
Convivial Historian (uncredited)
Gleeful Butcher (uncredited)
Happy Candlemaker (uncredited)
Jolly Baker (uncredited)
Joyous Musician (uncredited)
Jubilant Decorator (uncredited)
Merry Woodsman (uncredited)
2019Nuclear WinterSilver Shroud (JES-2R)
2020WastelandersBoomer
Professor-bot
Sunny

Other work

YearTitleCredited as/for
2002The Elder Scrolls III: MorrowindBoethiah / Malacath / Molag Bal
2003Unreal II: The AwakeningAdditional Voices
2006The Elder Scrolls IV: OblivionLucien Lachance / The Grey Fox / Pelinal Whitestrake / The Arena Announcer / Dremora / Male Imperials / Herdir / Dyus / The Prophet / Malacath / Sheogorath (Shivering Isles)
2011The Elder Scrolls V: SkyrimHermaeus Mora / Dremora / Sheogorath

External links

References

  1. RossCuth: "Sorry to ask again, but who did the Sentry Bot in Fallout 4 again? lol"
    Wes Johnson: "Hmmm. The Fallout Wiki says it was ME, but I have inside information that says I WASN'T. #Fallout3Only"


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