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Voice of Max Payne, James McCaffrey, Passes Away at 65 

Actor James McCaffrey, voice of Max Payne and Alex Casey, died at 65 after battling cancer. 

McCaffrey was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, according to TMZ. 

He had a career spanning over 30 years in film and TV before his video game voice acting. 

McCaffrey's breakout role was on Fox's "New York Undercover" in the late '80s and early '90s. 

He played firefighter James Xavier "Jimmy" Keefe on FX's "Rescue Me" (2004). 

McCaffrey voiced Max Payne in all three games of the popular third-person shooter series. 

He also voiced FBI agent Alex Casey in "Alan Wake" (2010) and its recent sequel "Alan Wake 2." 

McCaffrey's contributions to "Max Payne 3" included both voice acting and motion capture. 

The actor had roles in other video games like "Control" (2019) and "Alone in the Dark" (2008). 

James McCaffrey is survived by his wife Rochelle Bostrom and daughter Tiernan McCaffrey. 

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