Ace Jones

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Character
Ace Jones
Appearances GTA V
Full Name Ace Jones
Status

Deceased

Gender Gender::Male
Nationality American
Home Los Santos

{{infobox character| |image = |game_1 = GTA V |name = Ace Jones |aka = |status = Deceased |gender = M |dob = |dob-comment = |pob = |dod = |dod-comment = |home = [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]] |nationality = United States |family = |affiliations = |vehicles = |businesses = |voice = }} '''Ace Jones''' is a character in the [[HD Universe]] who is mentioned in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. ==Character history== Ace Jones was, in the 1930s, a baseball player who had retired by [[1941]] when he starred in the film [[Curse of Triton]] playing the films lead role [[Willie La Roche]]. He is said to have 'more beards than a terrorist training camp' and his sexuality is also questioned by users of [[Classicvinewood.com]] where user suggests he is 'gayer than Christmas' while another responds that he was a 'legendary Vinewood womanizer'. He was later given a star on the [[Vinewood Walk of Fame]]. {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1={{characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtav characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtav characters2|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Characters|Jones, Ace]] [[Category:Characters in GTA V|Jones, Ace]] [[Category:Characters in HD Universe|Jones, Ace]] [[Category:Deceased Characters|Jones, Ace]] [[Category:Unseen Characters|Jones, Ace]]

Ace Jones is a character in the HD Universe who is mentioned in Grand Theft Auto V.

Character history

Ace Jones was, in the 1930s, a baseball player who had retired by 1941 when he starred in the film Curse of Triton playing the films lead role Willie La Roche. He is said to have 'more beards than a terrorist training camp' and his sexuality is also questioned by users of Classicvinewood.com where user suggests he is 'gayer than Christmas' while another responds that he was a 'legendary Vinewood womanizer'. He was later given a star on the Vinewood Walk of Fame.