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Actor Who Voiced Baldur's Gate 3's Kissing Noises Announces Charity Stream With Hilarious TikTok Video

Voice actor Alex Jordan isn't afraid to kiss and tell.


Larian Studios has put quite a bit of effort into Baldur's Gate 3's kisses, from fixing bugs that made shorter characters struggle with trouble locking lips to releasing game updates that give each companion character unique kissing animations. But this week, the Internet was introduced to Alex Jordan, the actor responsible for voicing the game's smooches, when he uploaded an amusing TikTok video referencing his role in the game and announcing a charity stream for Special Effect, an organization that works to connect physically disabled games with the tools they need to play games.

"Yes, I made sex noises for Baldur's Gate 3," Jordan declares at the beginning of the video. "Yes, I stood in a booth and kissed the back of my hand."

The video takes a comedic turn when Jordan's hand--which has a pair of cartoon eyes drawn on it--interrupts the actor's spiel to address their relationship issues.

"I've been better," the hand says after an awkward introduction.

"Oh, well I'm just trying to let people know about a charity stream that I'm doing," Jordan replies, before mentioning Special Effect.

The actor's hand agrees that the charity is a "good cause," but it has a bone to pick with the actor himself.

"Why haven't you called?" the hand finally blurts out. "It's been months, and I haven't heard a thing."

"I mean, I don't know what you want me to say," the bewildered actor replies.

"You do this sort of thing often?" the hand pushes on.

Jordan attempts to get back to the subject at hand, but his scene partner just won't let the topic of their on-screen "romance" go.

"I don't want to hurt you," Jordan tells his hand, before revealing that the only reason he locked lips with his seemingly sentient extremity was for a paycheck.

Clearly shocked, the hand tells Jordan it "needs some time" to process things, finally giving him a chance to reveal the Special Effect charity stream's date and time: Thursday, February 29 at 2 PM ET / 5 PM PT.

Alex Jordan has appeared in a number of other games, recently voicing Mr. Hands in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty and various members of the British Navy in Skull and Bones.

Baldur's Gate 3 won Game Of The Year at 2023's The Game Awards (and here at GameSpot), with Astarion voice actor Neil Newbon taking home the award for Best Performance.

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