|Lifetime||August 6, 1969|
|In||EA's The Third Age|
|Portrayed||Aragorn and Éomer|
|In||EA's The Battle for Middle-earth Anthology|
Christopher Edgerly (August 6, 1969) is an American comedian and voice actor. He was hired to replace Viggo Mortensen, who had walked out because of compensation issues, in EA's The Return of the King. Edgerly voiced Aragorn uncredited, and was only credited as a Rohan Soldier. He went on to voice Araogorn in The Battle for Middle-earth Anthology, and provided the voice of the ranger Elegost in EA's alternative fellowship-game The Third Age.
- 2006 - The Battle for Middle-earth II - The Rise of the Witch-king - Aragorn and Éomer
- 2006 - EA's The Battle for Middle-earth II - Aragorn and Éomer
- 2004 - The Battle for Middle-earth - Aragorn, Éomer, additional voices
- 2004 - The Third Age - Elegost
- 2003 - The Return of the King - Rohan soldier, Aragorn (uncredited)
- "I couldn't do Viggo when he was talking low. I can't do him if he's like this, but if he [he starts yelling] yells or skewers an orc with his sword...[laughs][he stops yelling] which is basically what video games are."
- ― Chris Edgerly on mimicking Viggo Mortensen, 2007 ComicCon.