Rachael Leigh Cook (born October 4, 1979) is an American actress and voice actor. She is the original starring voice of Tifa Lockhart of Final Fantasy VII since her first audial portrayal from joint Disney and Square series Kingdom Hearts. Into the Final Fantasy series, she is still currently her voice actor, first debuting in the series in the sequel movie follow up Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children in 2005.
Roles[edit | edit source]
|Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children||2006||Tifa Lockhart|
|Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-||2006||Tifa Lockhart|
|Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete||2009||Tifa Lockhart|
|Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy||2011||Tifa Lockhart|
|Final Fantasy Explorers||2016||Tifa Lockhart* Archived audio|
|World of Final Fantasy||2016||Tifa Lockhart|
|Mobius Final Fantasy||2018||Tifa Lockhart* Archived audio|
|Dissidia Final Fantasy NT||2019||Tifa Lockhart|
Related games[edit | edit source]
- Kingdom Hearts II as Tifa Lockhart
Background[edit | edit source]
Beyond the Final Fantasy series, Rachael Leigh Cook has voiced Tifa in the Kingdom Hearts series. She has stated in an interview for Kingdom Hearts II that she enjoys playing Tifa and described her as "very strong physical and emotionally, but also very sensitive," and as "very multi-dimensional". Furthermore, she has voiced characters in other video games, such as Star Wars: The Old Republic. Her career in acting includes roles in several television series and films, and she is notable for her roles in She's All That (1999) and Josie and the Pussycats (in 2001).