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Latest revision as of 00:39, 19 June 2014

Character
Mani
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Appearances GTA V
Full Name Mani
Aliases Manny (game credits)
Status

Alive

Gender Gender::Male
Nationality Mexican
Home Los Santos
Occupation Actor
Voiced by Julian Alvarez

{{infobox character| |image = Mani-GTAV.jpg |caption = |game_1 = GTA V |name = Mani |aka = Manny (game credits) |status = Alive |gender = M |dob = |dob-comment = |pob = |dod = |dod-comment = |home = [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]] |nationality = Mexico |family = |affiliations = |vehicles = |businesses = |occupation = Actor |voice = [[Julian Alvarez]] }} '''Mani''', listed as '''Manny''' in the game credits, is a character in the [[HD Universe]] who appears as a random character in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. Mani is voiced by [[Julian Alvarez]]. ==Character history== Mani is a [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]] based [[Mexico|Mexican]] actor who can be found at the [[El Café Rojo de Madera]] at the corner of [[Elgin Ave]] and [[Hawick Ave]] in [[Alta]]. There he tells passers-by about his troubles with life in the [[United States of America|United States]] and in particular in [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]] due to being a Mexican national. He speaks in Spanish due his limited English, which prevents him from getting acting work except as a gang member, janitor, dance instructor or the pool guy in a pornographic film. Due to this, he claims that if a producer gave him a paying job he would blow him in the street as he is so desperate. He believes that Mexicans or Mexican-Americans make up 'fifty percent of the population' but are treated like 'a comedy, like a canival booth'. He does not fear being deported and calls the United States the "country of lies" due to Mexicans not being treated equally. He also states that he studied the works of [[Spain|Spanish]] playwright [[:wp:Lope de Vega|Lope de Vega]], presumably before living in the United States. ==Trivia== *Mani can be killed by the player, as any of the three protagonists, and will not re-appear if killed. *Mani is scared of [[Trevor Philips]] and will be rude to both [[Michael De Santa]] and [[Franklin Clinton]]. {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1={{characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtav characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtav characters2|state=collapsed}} {{Protagonists|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Characters|Mani]] [[Category:Characters in GTA V|Mani]] [[Category:Characters in HD Universe|Mani]]

Mani, listed as Manny in the game credits, is a character in the HD Universe who appears as a random character in Grand Theft Auto V. Mani is voiced by Julian Alvarez.

Character history

Mani is a Los Santos based Mexican actor who can be found at the El Café Rojo de Madera at the corner of Elgin Ave and Hawick Ave in Alta. There he tells passers-by about his troubles with life in the United States and in particular in Los Santos due to being a Mexican national. He speaks in Spanish due his limited English, which prevents him from getting acting work except as a gang member, janitor, dance instructor or the pool guy in a pornographic film. Due to this, he claims that if a producer gave him a paying job he would blow him in the street as he is so desperate. He believes that Mexicans or Mexican-Americans make up 'fifty percent of the population' but are treated like 'a comedy, like a canival booth'. He does not fear being deported and calls the United States the "country of lies" due to Mexicans not being treated equally. He also states that he studied the works of Spanish playwright Lope de Vega, presumably before living in the United States.

Trivia