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 Written by John Scalzo  on September 06, 2006

News: Anthony Stewart Head is the leader of MI5, sounds about right.



Anthony Stewart Head, best known as Giles the librarian/Watcher on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, will provide the voice of one of the main characters in THQ's Destroy All Humans! 2. Head will provide the voice of Ponsonby, the head of Britain's MI5.

Ponsonby initially works with Crypto to fight the Commies in the KGB, but he shows his true colors (he's a human sympathizer!) near the end.

?When we were presented with the character Ponsonby, we needed a voice that created an extra dimension and enhanced his upper-class Englishness but hinted at a touch of deceit. Anthony Head has a wealth of acting experience and was the obvious choice. He brought Ponsonby alive in a very unique way,? commented Richard Williams, director of marketing, THQ (UK).

We'll have more on Destroy All Humans! 2 soon.



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