Vikings Star Katheryn Winnick Thanks Call of Duty: WWII Family For Creating Marie Fischer

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She might be known for playing a Norse warrior in the Vikings TV series but Katheryn Winnick won the hearts of gamers everywhere when she provided the voice of Marie Fischer in Call of Duty: WWII. Needless to say, the actress is proud of being part of the video game and has thanked her Call of Duty family on social media.

Winnick shared a photo of her game character on her official Instagram account. The Dark Tower star tagged Sledgehammer Games Creative Director Cameron Dayton and added a sweet caption. Take a look at her post below.

Some of Winnick's followers were actually surprised that she was part of Call of Duty: WWII. Others admitted that they only endured the game's Nazi Zombies mode because of the actress. This might be the first time that Winnick has lent her voice to a video game but fans are hoping it won't be the last.


Winnick has not yet confirmed if she will be returning as Marie in future Call of Duty games. In the meantime, the Canadian actress will be back as Lagertha in the second half of Vikings Season 5. The character is set for some interesting changes following her defeat to Ivar the Boneless (Alex Hogh Andersen) and will be escaping to Wessex to gain the favor of King Alfred (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo).

Will Winnick's character change her fate? The truth could be revealed this November.

Catch Winnick in action in the back half of Vikings Season 5 which airs on the History Channel on November 28.

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