These are the faces of Fallout 4's main voice actors: Courtenay Taylor and Brian T. Delaney. For the first time, Fallout will have fully voiced protagonists. Now we can get tired of their voices, rather than the same five voice actors Bethesda has been overworking since Morrowind. I kid.
Courtenay Taylor is a veteran of video game voice acting. She's been in some of the biggest games of the past 13 years, with her resume going back as a Judge in 2002's American Idol game, and recently as Val from Evolve. She's been in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, EverQuest II, Red Faction: Guerrilla, Mass Effect 2 and 3 (as Jack!), and way too many others to name. She's helped make more award-winning games than any single developer you could name.
Brian T. Delaney has been voice acting for video games since Kung Fu Panda in 2008. His resume is filled with a lot of secondary roles, like "Additional Voices" in Battlefield Hardline and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Fallout 4 will no doubt be his breakout roll. I like what I've heard of him from the trailers.
Here are side-by-sides of Taylor and Delaney with the default looks in the Fallout 4 character creator. Sure, they're not photorealistic dopplegangers of their in-game avatars, but they're closer looking than, say, if Hillary Clinton and Samuel L. Jackson were their voice actors.
Put in your vacation slips now. Fallout 4 is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 10.