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Darin De Paul is a voice actor. He was a guest player in the first campaign and appeared in several specials.

Critical Role Productions

Darin De Paul appeared as a guest player in "The Fear of Isolation" (1x105) and "The Endless Atheneum" (1x106) as Sprigg, also joining to the after-show discussion. In March 2020, he appeared in the "Doom Eternal One-Shot" (Sx52) playing the non-player character Dr. Samuel Hayden, reprising his role of the character from the 2016 Doom and Doom Eternal video games on which the one-shot was based.

Darin made a brief appearance after the gameplay of "Trial of the Take: Part 4" (1x21)[2] and was also mentioned by Slayer's Take huntmaster Vanessa Cyndrial, as a friend of the guild and a member of the city's finest performance troupe who shared cookies with her.[3]

Darin appears as Kerrion Stonefell in The Legend of Vox Machina animated series.[4]

Player characters

Other work

De Paul voices Reinhardt in the video game Overwatch. He is one of three of Overwatch's main voice cast, alongside Matthew Mercer and Anjali Bhimani, and one of four of its overall voice cast, as Travis Willingham has a minor role in the game, to appear in Critical Role productions. His other video game voice work includes Revenant in Apex Legends, Ardyn Izunia in Final Fantasy XV, and Emperor Calus in Destiny 2.

Trivia

  • Darin De Paul previously played D&D with Matthew Mercer's mother in the early 1980s.[citation needed]
  • On Talks Machina, the host Brian Wayne Foster likes to "#ThankMyGuests" with names that are either mispronounced or wordplay that sounds close to their names. Here are the names for Darin De Paul:
    • Da-Rin "The Rock" Johnson
    • Darling of All

References

Art:

  1. Photograph of Darin De Paul, by Brad Buckman (source). This file is a copyrighted work. Its use in this article is asserted to qualify as fair use of the material under United States copyright law.

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