3. David (The Last of Us)
This entry contains spoilers for The Last of Us.
Though Naughty Dog didn't tap Nolan North to voice The Last of Us's Joel (that honor was passed to Troy Baker), it didn't leave him out of the job entirely. Instead, he was included on the cast as David, the leader of a group of survivors that Ellie encounters during the second half of the game. David, like many of North's best roles, cast the actor in an atypical role--one that sounded totally different from his normal voice. From this place came brilliance, and one of the more memorable villains of the generation.
David's calm voice was a perfect foil to Joel's mature, abrasive tone; he sounded nicer, friendlier, and more reserved in the face of the apocalypse. But beneath his kind face and soft voice was the mind of a psychopath with despicable intentions. North perfectly balanced David's two personas--one of a man interested in attempting to rebuild the world, and one of a sexual deviant cannibal who would do terrible things to Ellie had he been allowed it.