Voice Actor Who Played Fallout 3 Radio Host Three Dog Wants to Be in Fallout TV Show Season 2

The voice actor behind the popular Fallout 3 radio host Three Dog has expressed interest in appearing in season two of the Fallout TV show.

Erik Todd Dellums played Three Dog in Bethesda’s 2008 post-apocalyptic role-playing game and became the sound of the wasteland for many players. While Three Dog remains Dellums’ only role in Fallout so far, his performance is a memorable one, given the character’s prominence on the in-game radio station, Galaxy News Radio, and how he would comment on various actions of the Lone Wanderer through his radio broadcasts.

In a tweet, Dellums said he would love to voice a new DJ in Fallout Season 2, one “Darker than Three Dog, but just as funny and alluring!” He added: “I’ve got something new to unleash!”

I would love to voice a new DJ in the #FalloutOnPrime series! Darker than ThreeDog, but just as funny and alluring! I’ve got something new to unleash! Seeking #ToddHoward! #ShareLove #ThreeDog https://t.co/eED16BKJ2D

— ErikToddDellums (@ErikToddDellums) April 13, 2024

There’s a good reason why it’s unlikely Dellums would be able to reprise his role as Three Dog in Fallout Season 2 even if he wanted to: the TV show looks like it’s heading towards another West Coast location, whereas Three Dog is holded up in the Galaxy News Radio building in Washington D.C., assuming he’s still alive by the time the show kicks off in 2296 — 19 years after the events of Fallout 3.

But perhaps, should Bethesda development chief Todd Howard be up for it, Dellums could play a new DJ in Season 2, which is so far unannounced but seems like a decent bet given the popularity of Season 1.

IGN has plenty of Fallout TV show coverage to keep you going, including a report on Fallout’s Vault-Tec phone number, which may point to an Easter egg, how fans are debating Lucy’s XP level, and more. IGN has also rounded up 111 details in the Fallout show that have been pulled straight from the games, leading to a season finale that sets up a new adventure in a beloved setting. And since we’re talking about Lucy here, be sure to check out How Lucy MacLean and Her “Okey Dokeys” Became Fallout’s Secret Weapon.

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