You'd know that voice anywhere. It belongs to the Oscar-winner, the action star, the Cylon, or even a Wonder Woman.
Here's a look at 16 video-game characters voiced by some of Hollywood's most familiar faces. See if you can unmask them before we do.
So, let's see, who on Earth (or Takodana) could've voiced this wise old tavern owner? Hmm...
Yes, the Academy Award-winning Nyong'o revived her "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" role for the Lego Star Wars adventure.
Here's one more gimme. Let's just say the video game doesn't fall far from the 2007 movie.
Yup. In the game as in the original franchise, Franco is on board as Peter Parker's buddy-gone-bad.
Finally, a challenge. Our clue ties into the voice actor's most acclaimed role yet: The brooding ruler of Albion is brutal.
Fassbender picked up his second career Oscar nomination for playing a slave owner in "12 Years a Slave."
This woman is the hero's prospective girlfriend, and not much else, in this action-adventure game.
No worries. Stone will get to flex her muscles as trailblazer Billie Jean King in the upcoming film, "Battle of the Sexes."
The Normandy's AI knows its way around a starship.
Helfer played Number Six on the "Battlestar Galactica" reboot of the 2000s.
You don't want to mess with the namesake of this fighting game.
You don't want to mess with most of the characters played by Jackson, either.
Who's your daddy in this role-playing action game?
The avenging action star of the Taken franchise says his one of his sons was "pissed off" to discover he couldn't "escape" his real-life father while playing "Fallout 3."
It's said this character from the fantasy-action game "allows nothing to stand in the way of what she desires." Sound familiar?
Varma plays the go-getter Ellaria Sand on "Game of Thrones."
The teenage boy is one of two main characters in this throwback, point-and-click adventure from 2014.
The still-boyish Lord of the Rings star liked the idea of Broken Age so much he kicked into its Kickstarter campaign.
For more than 15 years, the spirit animal of this action-game franchise was voiced by David Hayter. But then a recast happened.
Sutherland assumed Snake's skin for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. Series creator Hideo Kojima said he wanted a "more subdued performance."
Who doesn't love an outdoorsman who loves "collecting vintage furniture"?
And, seriously, who doesn't love the geek-celebrating "Star Trek: The Next Generation" alum?
The unflappable CIA agent, voiced in the original Call of Duty by Ed Harris, is known as "Mr. Shades."
The "Birdman" and "Batman" star is occasionally too cool for the room himself.
This weapons dealer is a key obstacle in the shooter game based on "Wanted."
The rapper-actor played a character known as "The Gunsmith" in the "Wanted" film.
This World War II-era Russian soldier is a character in Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops I.
The British "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" Oscar nominee saw his 2015 film, "Child 44," banned in Russia by government officials who cited the Cold War tale for "distorting historical facts."
The troubled New York City police detective is on the trail of a serial killer in this 1996 point-and-click adventure.
The veteran actor is one of several familiar faces in a cast once called "the greatest ensemble of actors ever assembled for a video game." (For 1996, anyway.)
This post-apocalyptic crooner comes by her voice the old-fashioned way: The character's voice actor is a super(hero) singer.
TV's Wonder Woman has recorded four albums, including a five-song EP featuring her vocals and compositions for Fallout 4.