Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 remake makes some significant changes to the original 1999 PlayStation game, with perhaps one of the most notable overhauls being that of the game’s audio and voice acting. It’s a necessary evil in bringing the classic up to date for release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, but isn’t so bad when done right. This time around, we think you’ll agree that it was, which is probably why a lot of people are asking: “Who plays Jill Valentine in Resident Evil 3 remake?”
Stick with us to learn who replaced original RE3: Nemesis voice actress Catherine Disher as the Jill Valentine Resident Evil 3 remake actor.
Who plays Jill Valentine in Resident Evil 3 remake?
The longstanding Resident Evil series has an incredibly dedicated fanbase, so any new casting must be done with great care. Thankfully, the Jill Valentine Resident Evil 3 remake voice actress does a great job of modernizing the character while also giving an occasional nod to Jill’s cheesy ’90s roots. The actress responsible for providing Jill Valentine’s RE3 remake voice is Nicole Tompkins.
Tompkins is primarily an on-screen film and television actor, whom horror fans might recognize from her appearances in American Horror Story: Hotel and The Amityville Terror. In terms of video game work, playing Jill Valentine in Resident Evil 3 remake is just Tompkins’ second gig, having first appeared in 2017’s Middle-Earth: Shadow of War as Idril / Helm’s Daughter.
Who is the Jill Valentine Resident Evil 3 remake game voice actress?
- Jill Valentine Resident Evil 3 remake voice actor
- Nicole Tompkins
- Jill Valentine Resident Evil 3: Nemesis voice actor
- Catherine Disher
Whether or not Nicole Tompkins will continue to play Jill Valentine in future Resident Evil games is currently unknown. To see Tompkins’ full acting credits, you can visit her IMDB page.