Entourage star Emmanuelle Chriqui is adding her brand of Canadian sexiness to the the upcoming “Call of Duty: Black Ops” video game. She is on board to voice one of the characters in the first person shooter game.
Her character won’t actually have a name, though. Instead she will be known by a set of numbers that weaves in and out of the game’s narrative.
Chriqui joins a voice cast of Hollywood heavyweights including Gary Oldman and Ed Harris.
“[Chriqui’s] character is someone who is mysterious, elegant, sexy and with a hint of playful. And Emmanuelle is a perfect check in every one of those boxes,” said Treyarch/Activision game director Dave Anthony. “Black Ops’ story is full of mystery and intrigue… it’s probably the most ambitious narrative we’ve ever attempted.”
Chriqui is no stranger to voice work – she was the voice of anime character Hisae Aoki in the English version of the TV series Vampire Princess Miyu.
“Call of Duty: Black Ops” will be released on November 9 for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii.
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