Suchet made Detective Poirot famous through his well-known portrayals of the character in an array of television appearances.
"We're thrilled to add David Suchet's talent to the Agatha Christie video game series," said Richard Wah Kan, President and CEO of DreamCatcher, Inc. "When players step into our games, we want them to become fully immersed in the excitement and adventure of solving an Agatha Christie-style mystery and the addition of Mr. Suchet's distinctively recognizable voice will certainly heighten that element. We can't wait to give players the delight of interacting with the Hercule Poirot they've come to love through the popular television movies."
Suchet has become recognizable worldwide not only based on his role as Detective Poirot, but he has also graced the theatrical stage and been a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company since 1973. Suchet has a multitude of television, film and stage roles to his credit from Little Drummer Girl and Falcon and the Snowman to A Tale of Two Cities and his Tony nominated Broadway stage performance in Amadeus. More recently, he starred in The In-Laws and A Perfect Murder with Michael Douglas, Executive Decision with Kurt Russell, and in the independent film Sunday which won the Best Film Award at the Sundance Film Festival.
Agatha Christie: Murder on the Orient Express, due out this fall, will beckon travelers to step aboard a luxury train and become part of a murder mystery where the player and Hercule Poirot must rely on their superior detective skills to find the killer in a heinous murder.
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