Silent Hill is a series steeped in mysteries, and one of the longest-running of them was solved back in April.
Screaming Wave Productions tracked down the voice actor for Harry Mason from the original Silent Hill and gained an exclusive first interview, something that has long eluded fans as he was only credited as ‘Micheal G’ in the game’s end credits.
The man behind the Mason was revealed to be Micheal Guinn earlier this year, a voice actor from El Paso, Texas who has worked on several 90’s games from Japan including a role as Count Vlad Dracula in Konami’s Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and as the announcer for Ridge Racer.
Screaming Wave Productions talked with Guinn at great length about all sorts of things concerning his life and career, and his time with Silent Hill is chief among the topics discussed.
You can listen to the interview below, but be warned, it’s a whopping two and a half hours long. For Silent Hill fans though, it’s an essential listen.
Interestingly, despite seeing scenes from Silent Hill during production, Guinn has never played the game itself in the years since.
It’s pretty timely for the elusive Guinn, as Silent Hill will be 20 years old in 2019, and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is getting a PS4 remaster next week as part of the Castlevania: Reqiuem collection.