Roy Zito

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Character
Roy Zito
Appearances GTA IV
Full Name Roy Zito
Aliases Roy Z
Status

Alive

Gender Gender::Male
Date of Birth 1973
Place of Birth Broker, Liberty City
Age Now 41
Nationality American
Home Liberty City
Businesses Dry cleaning

Roy Zito is a character in Grand Theft Auto IV. He is the thirty-five year old underboss of the Gambetti Family, a role he took over when Sammy Bottino went into hiding. Zito runs a number of Gambetti owned dry cleaners throughout Liberty City that specialize in removing forensic evidence. Fiercely loyal to his Don; rumor has it that when Jon Gravelli was facing kidney failure Zito offered him his kidney. Gravelli refused the offer but Zito countered by removing his own kidney with a knife and delivering it to Gravelli in a bucket of ice. He is most likely to be the successor to Gravelli. Tony Prince mentions that he knows from "personal experience" that Roy Zito is a closeted homosexual, although if asked he would say Tony spiked his drink.[1]

LCPD Database information

Surname: Zito

First Name: Roy

Age: 35

Place of Birth: Broker, Liberty City

Affiliations: Gambetti Crime Syndicate

Criminal Record:

  • 1990 - Grand Theft Auto
  • 1992 - Armed Robbery
  • 1995 - Manslaughter
  • 2006 - Racketeering

Notes:

  • Reported to be the right hand of Jon Gravelli since Sonny Bottino went into hiding.
  • Controls several legitimate business including a chain of dry cleaners that specialize in removing forensic evidence from clothing.
  • Believed to have offered one of his kidneys to the ailing Jon Gravelli in tribute. When Gravelli refused the offer, it is reported that Zito cut the kidney out himself and gave it to the boss in a bucket of ice.

Reference

  1. From the mission Blog This!...:
    Tony Prince: "I know where you're coming from. The shit I got into after my night of indiscretion with Roy Zito. Whoa! Trying to claim I spiked his drink."
    Luis Lopez: "Roy Z's a homo?"
    Tony Prince: "He ain't a very good one."