Characters by Surname (C-D)

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This is a list of Characters in the Grand Theft Auto series, listed C-D, and lists characters by surname. When surnames are not available, first names are used and then nicknames. To find characters whose names are known but are better known by nicknames (such as Melvin Harris, known better as Big Smoke), you can use the Find function. To access this, press the Control (Ctrl) and F keyboard buttons at the same time.

Some characters listed appear in other Rockstar Games titles, such as Manhunt, but are listed here as they are in so way related to the Grand Theft Auto series. The characters listed either appear or are mentioned in a Grand Theft Auto game. The games are written as short hand IDs, which are as follows:

Game ID Game ID
Grand Theft Auto 1 1 Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 L 1969
Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961 L 1961 Grand Theft Auto 2 2
Grand Theft Auto III III Grand Theft Auto: Vice City VC
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas SA Grand Theft Auto Advance A
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories LCS Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories VCS
Grand Theft Auto IV IV Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars CW
The Lost and Damned TLAD The Ballad of Gay Tony TBOGT
Manhunt M

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Cabot Cabot is a criminal who attempts continually backstabs others, including the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 on two occasions, first when robbing a diamond bank with Pablo Vercotti in Liberty City and again when he/she worked for El Burro in San Andreas. The protagonist later kills Cabot.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Maurice Caine
Maurice Caine is a resident of London and one of the possibilities for protagonists in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 and Grand Theft Auto: London 1961. His name is a reference to the British actor Michael Caine, whose real name is Maurice.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (protagonist option)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (protagonist option)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Caleb Caleb is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs out of Star Junction, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Trish Camden Trish Camden is a resident of Vice City, originally from the United Kingdom, and in 1984 is the co-host of the Wave 103 radio station alongside Adam First. Camden argues with First about the future of music and talks about wanting to become a video jockey. By 1986 she had left her position at Wave 103.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Wave 103 co-host) Voiced by: Anouchka Benson
Sonny Cangelosi Sonny Cangelosi was a resident of Liberty City and the Don of the Gambetti Family until his death in 1978. He was the uncle of Jon Gravelli, who succeeded him as Don.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in Liberty City Police Department police database) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Michelle Cannes
Michelle Cannes is a resident of Downtown, San Fierro, the owner of Michelle's Auto Repair and a possible girlfriend of Carl Johnson.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (after Back to School) Voiced by: Vanessa Aspillaga
Feuman Capote Feuman Capote is a resident of Anywhere City, a member of the Rednecks. His name is a reference to the American author Truman Capote.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Jimmy Capra
Jimmy Capra was a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Messina Family who was killed by Huang Lee on orders from Rudy D'Avanzo, who thought he was a rat.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (Oversights) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Michaela Carapadis
Michaela Carapadis is a resident of Vice City and a female activist, who wrote the book Being and Seeing, From Freud to the Building Sites, a Woman's Journey into the Male Psyche. She is interviewed by Amy Sheckenhausen on K-CHAT, who suggests that Michaela dressed like a man.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (K-CHAT - guest) Voiced by: Mary Birdsong
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Uno Carbine
Uno Carbine is a resident of the Industrial District of Anywhere City where he is the leader of The Zaibatsu Corporation. He employs Claude Speed to attack rival gangs the Hare Krishna and the Russian Mafia. Carbine later attempts to kill Speed, after he had worked for the Hare Krishna and Russian Mafia, but is killed himself.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
Carey Carey is a resident of Liberty City and is the Director of Communication for Mayor Roger Hole's office. She e-mails Ned Burner of the Liberty Tree to complain about the lack of positive publicity for Mayor Hole after she had agreed not to press charges after he had fondled her.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Carlos
Carlos is a resident of Liberty City and the boyfriend of Mrs. Chonks, the wife of Bitch'n' Dog Food Factory owner Marty Chonks. Marty employs Claude to bring Carlos to the factory, intending on killing him and turning him into dog food, but is killed by Carlos for failing to repay his debts. The player can choose to kill Carlos.
Grand Theft Auto III (Her Lover) Voiced by: Unknown
Carl Carl is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. His "old lady" was arrested by the police but was rescued by members of The Lost Brotherhood.
The Lost and Damned (mentioned) Voiced by: None Applicable
Carlos Carlos is a resident of Vice City and a member of the Cubans/Los Cabrones, led by Umberto Robina, who sends Carlos along with many other gang members to collect a package from Downtown.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Nice Package) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Avery Carrington
Avery Carrington is a resident of Vice City, originally from Texas, and a property magnate and real estate mogul, having built his business up using any methods necessary, including arson and murder. Carrington, who is also responsible for violent slum clearance, is a client of lawyer Ken Rosenberg, who introduces him to Tommy Vercetti. Carrington later hires Vercetti to help him in property development, including structurally damaging a building and starting a gang war, whilst telling his protégé Donald Love to take notes. In 1998 he goes to Liberty City with plans to gentrify Fort Staunton with the Colombian Cartel, with Love and Toni Cipriani killing him for his plans.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (The Party - Shakedown)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Panlantic Land Grab)
Voiced by: Burt Reynolds (GTA Vice City)
Chris Carruthers Chris Carruthers is a resident of Liberty City and the crime correspondent for the Liberty Tree newspaper, writing an article entitled From Baseball Bats to Rocket Launchers: Liberty City is over-run with unregistered weapons.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Franco Carter
Franco Carter was a member of a European gang who, in 1986, go to Vice City in order to rob a bank. The gang are, however, killed by Tommy Vercetti on orders from Mr. Black. His name is a reference to Frank Carter, the protagonist of The Getaway.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Autocide) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Harold Cartwright
Harold Cartwright was a resident of London and was one of the main criminals in the city. Cartwright employs the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto: London 1969/Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 to do various tasks. Cartwright had claimed that he feared nobody, but later reveals his fear for Albert and Archie Crisp, who later send the protagonist to kill him.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (missions)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (missions)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Officer Carver Officer Carver was to be a character in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas who was deleted before the release of the final game. Carver, an LSPD police officer, was close to closing the net on C.R.A.S.H. officers Frank Tenpenny, Eddie Pulaski and Jimmy Hernandez, and was going to arrest Poncho in the hopes he would talk. Frank Tenpenny would then send Carl Johnson to kill him in the mission Doberman.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (deleted, scheduled for Doberman) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Giovanni Casa
Giovanni Casa was a resident of Liberty City who ran a delicatessen in Chinatown. Ma Cipriani viewed him as being a better man than her son, resulting in Toni following him and photographing him in a diaper with two prostitutes. His mother was unimpressed and Casa stopped paying his protection money, resulting in Toni killing him and delivering his chopped up corpse to his own deli.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Snappy Dresser - Dead Meat) Voiced by: Joel Jones
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Daisie Cash-Cooze
Daisie Cash-Cooze is a debutante from London, United Kingdom and a resident of Liberty City. Cash-Cooze comes from a wealthy family and has a cocaine addiction She met Luis Fernando Lopez at the Maisonette 9 nightclub and later slept with him. She is also known to have known Chris Hunt, giving him a handjob, which was filmed and later broadcast at Star Junction. After this, she returns to London and becomes engagaed to Bertie, later e-mailing Luis to announce their plans to get married.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Club Management) Voiced by: Elizabeth Jasicki
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Mary-Jo Cassidy
Mary-Jo Cassidy is a resident of Little Havana, Vice City and the sister of Phil Cassidy and Louise Cassidy-Williams, sister-in-law of Marty Jay Williams and the aunt of Mary Beth Williams. She meets Victor Vance in 1984 and seemingly has a crush on him, being jealous of her sister, but does show concern when she is kidnapped by Marty and later Armando Mendez. It is implied that after the death of her sister, she takes care of her niece Mary Beth.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (D.I.V.O.R.C.E. - Light My Pyre) Voiced by: Cathy Trien
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Phil Cassidy
Phil Cassidy is a retired soldier, resident of Liberty City, owner of Phil's Army Surplus in Rockford, the brother of Mary-Jo and Louise and uncle of Mary Beth. Phil, a former solider, became an alcoholic after leaving the army and opened a depot and shooting range in Viceport. In 1984 he befriended, assisted and employed Victor Vance on Vance's rise through the criminal underworld, although he lost his sister Louise in the same year. Two years later he befriend and assists Tommy Vercetti in robbing a bank, before hiring him to protect his new business. He also lost his left arm in 1986, in an explosion, and claims to have been left blind in his left eye. Between 1986 and 1998 he moved to Liberty City. In 1998 he owns Phil Cassidy's Fully Cocked Gun Shop and took a supply of weapons from Toni Cipriani, who had stolen them from the Yakuza for Toshiko Kasen. In 2001 corrupt police officer Ray Machowski sends Claude to protect his business from the Colombian Cartel.
Grand Theft Auto III (Arms Shortage)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (The Shootist - Boomshine Saigon)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (More Deadly Than the Male)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Cleaning House - Over The Top)
Voiced by: Hunter Platin (GTA III)
Gary Busey (GTA Vice City & GTA Vice City Stories)
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Louise Cassidy-Williams
Louise Cassidy-Williams was a resident of Vice City, sister of Mary-Jo and Phil, wife (later widower) of Marty Jay Williams and mother of Mary Beth. She becomes a love interest of Victor Vance, who rescues her after being kidnapped by Marty Jay Williams, who is later killed by Vance. She moves in with her sister in Little Havana but is kidnapped again by Jerry Martinez, who leaves her badly beaten. She continues her friendship with Vance until she is again kidnapped by Armando Mendez, who later kills her.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Shakedown - Light My Pyre) Voiced by: Chelsey Rives
Jimmy Cast Jimmy Cast is a resident of Liberty City and a criminal expert who discusses mobsters to the Liberty Tree as being "vain" and fighting for both social control and financial power within the city.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Catalina
Catalina was a resident of Liberty City, the leader of the Colombian Cartel in 2001 and cousin of Cesar Vialpando. Catalina, residing in a cabin in Red County, San Andreas, meets Carl Johnson at the suggestion of her cousin Cesar. The two then begin to commit various robberies across the county's four towns, with the two becoming an item. She later dumps Carl and begins dating Claude, eventually leaving San Andreas. The two spend the next nine years heading towards Liberty City, where she dumps and attempts to kill Claude, leaving him for dead and becoming the leader of the Colombian Cartel. She begins to increase the manufacture of the drug SPANK and begins to attack rival organisations, resulting in Claude destroying a SPANK factory and actively attacking Cartel operations for Asuka Kasen. Catalina later kills Asuka and Miguel, who had been kidnapped by Asuka, and kidnaps Maria Latore, who is later rescued by Claude after he kills Catalina.
Grand Theft Auto III (Introduction - The Exchange)
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (First Date - End of the Line)
Voiced by: Cynthia Farrell
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Maxwell Caughlin
Maxwell Caughlin is a resident of Bohan, Liberty City who is wanted by the Liberty City Police Departement for gang related violence. The player can choose to have Niko Bellic kill Caughlin.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Most Wanted side-mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Max Cavalera Max Cavalera is a resident of Liberty City and is the host of the Liberty City Hardcore station in 2008, as is Jimmy Gestapo.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Liberty City Hardcore host) Voiced by: Himself
Cazza Cazza is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs out of Hove Beach, Broker.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
DJ Mister Cee DJ Mister Cee is a resident of Liberty City and the co-host of The Beat 102.7 radio station, alongside DJ Green Lantern.
Grand Theft Auto IV (The Beat 102.7 co-host) Voiced by: Himself
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The Celebinator
The Celebinator is a resident of Liberty City who spreads bad publicity about "Gay" Tony Prince's clubs on his website. Luis Fernando Lopez later attacks him and drops him out of a helicopter, rescuing him shortly before he was killed.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Blog This!... - ...Blog This!) Voiced by: Unknown
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Chad
Chad is a resident of Liberty City and an employee at a drug rehabilitation center where he attempted to help Billy Grey beat his heroin addiction. NHe later attempts to phone Grey, who refuses to speak with him.
The Lost and Damned (Clean and Serene) Voiced by: Ryan Woodle
Chalkie Chalkie was a resident of London who had been working for Harold Cartwright. He, at one point, dumped Cartwrights' wizz whilst being chased by the police, with the protagonist later collecting the wizz and killing Chalkie.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (mission)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (mission)
Voiced by: None
Endeavour Chambers Endeavour Chambers is a secret agent who has followed Hans Nemesis to London. He begins to flirt with Jack Parkinsons girls, so Parkinson sends sends the protagonist to steal his car, with the protagonist discovering that Nemesis has control of a missile, stopping him from using it.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (mission)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (mission)
Voiced by: None Applicable
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Charlie
Charlie was a resident of Liberty City and an undercover LCPD police officer. Charlie is investigating Elizabeta Torres who sends Niko Bellic, Johnny Klebitz and Playboy X to a drugs deal with Charlie, who begins to act nervously and blows his cover, being killed by Niko Bellic.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Blow Your Cover)
The Lost and Damned (Buyer's Market)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Maurice Chavez Maurice Chavez is a resident of Vice City and the host of Vice City Public Radio in 1984 and 1986, working alongside Jonathan Freeloader and Michelle Montanius. He once dated Montanius who became pregnant, with Montanius threatening to have an abortion if Chavez did not marry her, which may have occured as Chavez mentions having an ex-wife in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (VCPR - Pressing Issues host)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (VCPR - Pressing Issues host)
Voiced by: Philip Anthony-Rodriguez
Cheaves Cheaves is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based on Charge Island.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Johnny Cheque Johnny Cheque is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Cheryl (right)
Cheryl is a resident of Liberty City who works as a prostitute. She is seen giving Vincenzo Cilli a blowjob whilst he was talking to his mother on the telephone.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Hot Wheels) Voiced by: None Applicable
John Chesapeake John Chesapeake is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for Weazel News.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - Weazel News article) Voiced by: None Applicable
Mr. Chesterfield Mr. Chesterfield is one of the fictional stars of Just the Five of Us who, with his wife, adopt Jimmy. Mr. Chesterfield is played by actor Claude Maginot.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (mentioned by Claude Maginot on K-Chat) Voiced by: John Mauceri
Chesti-Kov Chesti-Kov is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Russian Mafia who helps Claude Speed to attack the Hare Krishna. His name is a reference to chesty cough.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Chewy Chewy is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based in Fishmarket South, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Rudy Chi Rudy Chi is a resident of Liberty City and a store owner who dislikes President George W. Bush.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Wu Chi Wu Chi is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of Fishmarket South, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Chico
Chico is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer who sells Maria Latore and tells her about an illegal party in Atlantic Quays.
Grand Theft Auto III (Chaperone) Voiced by: Hunter Platin
Chief Chief is the chief of police for the Vice City Police Department in the radio program Moorehead Rides Again, who is reluctant to allow Gordon Moorehead and Molly Malmstein on to cases, before relenting. In the program broadcast in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, he also provides Moorehead with "friendly napalm" to kill Pete Banbury.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (VCPR - Moorehead Rides Again) Voiced by: Jeff Steitzer
Howard Child Howard Child is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Alexandra Chilton
Alexandra Chilton is a twenty-nine/thirty year old resident of Middle Park East, Algonquin, Liberty City who can date Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. She has a profile on craplist.net and blogsnobs.org, going under the name Liberated Woman, and owns a pink limousine. It is suggested that she is bisexual and rich, although when drunk she states that she hates herself. She may be named after 1960s musician Alex Chilton.
Grand Theft Auto IV (after contacting her on craplist.net) Voiced by: Samantha Soule
Chow Chin Chow Chin is a resident of Liberty City and a Triad with connections to Zhou Ming. Ming, during 2009, requests a meeting with him and Chun Chun Fung, with Huang Lee driving them to a safe meeting place and killing members of the paparazzi along the way. He claims to be wanted by forty-nine states for arson.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (The Fandom Menace) Voiced by: None Applicable
Ho Ching Ho Ching is a resident of Woodhill, San Andreas, where he owns the Belching Buddha restaurant. He pays protection money to Uncle Fu, which the protagonist collects.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Chink Chink is a resident of Liberty City who runs a re-spray shop.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mentioned]) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Lee Chong
Lee Chong was a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Triads. Chong owned a noodle stand in the Chinatown, from which he sold the drug SPANK, until he was killed by Claude on orders from Joey Leone.
Grand Theft Auto III (Farewell "Chunky" Lee Chong) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Marty Chonks
Marty Chonks was a resident of Liberty City, the husband of Mrs. Chonks and the owner of the Bitch'n' Dog Food factory in Trenton (although Love Media also claims ownership of the business). Chonks, who was deep in debt, hires Claude to bring a banker, two thieves and his wife to the factory, where he turns them into dog meat. He planned on doing the same to Carlos, his wifes boyfriend, who killed Chonks with a shotgun.
Grand Theft Auto III (The Crook - Her Lover) Voiced by: Chris Phillips
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Mrs. Chonks
Mrs. Chonks was a resident of Liberty City, the wife of Marty Chonks and the girlfriend of Carlos. She lived an expensive lifestyle, which her husband could no longer afford due to his mounting debts. Marty employs Claude to bring her to the Bitch'n' Dog Food factory, where he kills her and turns her body into dog food. Her boyfriend, Carlos, later kills Marty.
Grand Theft Auto III (The Wife) Voiced by: Unknown
Melissa Chowder Melissa Chowder is a resident of Liberty City and the host of Breathing World on Liberty City Free Radio. In 1998 she interviews Crow.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (LCFR - Breathing World host) Voiced by: Ashley Albert
Chuck Chuck is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. He helps Johnny Klebitz during the gang wars.
The Lost and Damned (Gang Wars) Voiced by: None Applicable
Forrest Chump Forrest Chump is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean. His name is a reference to Forrest Gump.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks - website)) Voiced by: None Applicable
Wun Tun Chun Wun Tun Chun is a resident of San Andreas who works for Uncle Fu. Chun betrayed Yu Pong, with the protagonist planting a bomb in Pong's car.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Chung-Hee Chung-Hee is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of Bohan Industrial, Broker. A character with the same name appears in Midnight Club: Los Angeles, another Rockstar Games title.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Vincenzo Cilli
Vincenzo Cilli, known as Lucky, was a resident of Liberty City and a caporegime of the Leone Family. Cilli rose through the ranks of the Leone Family in the 1990s before being made, and in 1998 employs Toni Cipriani to do various jobs, until Cipriani decides to stop working for him after Cilli had Cipriani collect a car being watched by the Liberty City Police Department. Cilli later asks for a truce but is killed by Cipriani, who had been led to an ambush in a freighter.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Opening cutscenes - The Portland Chainsaw Masquerade) Voiced by: Joe Lo Truglio
Cindy Cindy is a resident of Liberty City and a waitress at the Maisonette 9 nightclub.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Boulevard Baby and Maisonette 9) Voiced by: Unknown
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Antonio Cipriani
Antonio "Toni" Cipriani is a resident of Liberty City, son of Ma Cipriani and a caporegime of the Leone Family. In 1994 he killed a high ranking member of a rival family and went into hiding, returning to the city in 1998, where he began to work his way up the ranks of the Leone Family, killing many people and working for many criminal elements in the city, including the Yakuza. He was later made, resulting in his mother calling off a hit she had put on him. By 2001 he moves back in with his mother at her restaurant. He later employs Claude after he acted as his chaperone, later having Toni work against the Triads, including destroying their fish processing factory.
Grand Theft Auto III (Cipriani's Chauffeur - Blow Fish)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (protagonist)
Voiced by: Michael Madsen (GTA III)
Daniel Mastrogiorgio (GTA Liberty City Stories)
Ma Cipriani Ma Cipriani is a resident of Saint Marks, Portland, Liberty City, the mother of Antonio "Toni" Cipriani and the owner of the Momma's Restaurante restaurant. Ma, a widow, often compares Toni to her late husband, often saying that Toni will never be the man her husband was, and at one point puts a hit on him, only calling it off when Toni is made. She also compares Toni to others, including Giovanni Casa, as he at least keeps in contact with his mother (unlike Toni, who between 1994 and 1998 was in hiding), with Toni setting out to prove his mother wrong. She also appears to run a protection ring, as Casa pays her protection money. She also phones Chatterbox FM to complain about Toni, who later moves back in with his mother. In 2001 she continues to berate her son, resulting in Toni phoning Chatterbox FM to complain about her.
Grand Theft Auto III (The Pick-Up - Triads and Tribulations)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Snappy Dresser - Making Toni)
Voiced by: Sondra James
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Cisco
Cisco was a resident of Wichita Gardens and later Francis International Airport Liberty City, originally from Colombia, the leader of the Colombian Cartel and the owner of a shoe manufacturer, which he uses to smuggle drugs. He meets Mike when he was sent by King Courtney to kill him, with Cisco offering Mike employment and help in finding Vinnie's killer. Mike eventually loses the services to Asuka Kasen, who asks Mike to rescue Yuka (after Mike had kidnapped her for Cisco). Cisco, however, does employ Mike later on but is killed by Vinnie, who had faked his own death.
Grand Theft Auto Advance (Fine Dining - Decoy Disaster) Voiced by: None Applicable
Paul Civille Paul Civille is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Beverly Clamhopper Beverly Clamhopper is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (game manual) Voiced by: None Applicable
Sergeant Dud Clark Sergeant Dud Clark is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Claude
Claude is a resident of Liberty City. Claude was born somewhere in San Andreas and owned a run down garage in Doherty, San Fierro, which he gave away as a prize to Carl Johnson after an illegal race. He and girlfriend Catalina then leave for Liberty City, spending nine years travelling across America commiting crimes. They reach Liberty City in 2001 and rob a bank, with Catalina shooting Claude and leaving him for dead. He then begins to work for various criminal elements in the city, including the Leone Family and Yakuza, before killing Catalina, rescuing Maria Latore in the process.
Grand Theft Auto III (protagonist)
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Wu Zi Mu - Farewell, My Love...)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Clay Clay is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of Firefly Island, Broker.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Lyle Cleethorpes V
Lyle Cleethorpes V is a resident of Liberty City and a member of a rich family, who funded the building of the Cleethorpes Tower in Hatton Gardens, Algonquin. He is believed to run a human trafficking ring and own sweatshops in South East Asia.
Grand Theft Auto IV (LCPD Database) Voiced by: None Applicable
Cletus Cletus is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Clucky Clucky is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of Rotterdam Hill, Broker.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
DJ Clue DJ Clue is a resident of Liberty City and the host of The Liberty Jam in 1998.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (The Liberty Jam host) Voiced by: Himself
Tyler Cobb Tyler Cobb is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Frenchie Cockmaven Frenchie Cockmaven is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper, who reports about Liberty City being named the worst place in America for the eighth time in twelve years.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (game manual) Voiced by: None Applicable
MC Codebreaker MC Codebreaker is a resident of Liberty City and the co-host of MSX 98 (in 1998) and MSX FM (in 2001), alongside DJ Timecode.
Grand Theft Auto III (MSX FM co-host)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (MSX 98 co-host)
Voiced by: Himself
Coffey Coffey is a resident of Liberty City who takes a drug shipment from the protagonist.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Julius Cohen Julius Cohen is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Winston Cole Winston Cole is a resident of Liberty City and was the chief engineer and project manager for the Porter Tunnel, connecting Portland, Staunton Island and Shoreside Vale. In March 2001 he informs the FBC Financial Group that the tunnels completion will be six months late.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Filthy Colin Filthy Colin is a resident of London who stolen blow-up dolls filled with TNT, which the protagonist is sent to retrieve. The dolls, however, blow up. It is unknown whether Filthy Colin survived the explosion.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (mission)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (mission)
Voiced by: None Applicable
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Phil Collins
Phil Collins is a British singer who in 1984 is in Vice City as part of his world tour. He is managed by Barry Mickelthwaite who is deep in debt to the Forelli Family, who attempt to kill Mickelthwaite and Collins. Victor Vance, however, protects them on three occasions. Collins later performs his concert in the city.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Kill Phil - Phil Collins: Live in Vice City concert) Voiced by: Himself
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Colonel Cuddles
Colonel Cuddles is the name of a male user of love-meet.net and a resident of Liberty City.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - love-meet.net) Voiced by: None Applicable
Conan Conan is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. He helps Johnny Klebitz during the gang wars.
The Lost and Damned (Gang Wars) Voiced by: None Applicable
Corey Conner Corey Conner is a resident of Liberty City and a Public Liberty Radio reporter who has been kidnapped, according to Weazel News.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - Weazel News report) Voiced by: None Applicable
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The Cook
The Cook was a resident of Liberty City and a cook on the Platypus ship whilst on its way to the city. He adds diamonds to a cake mix, which he later sells to "Gay" Tony Prince. Ray Bulgarin, believing that the diamonds were his, later decapitates the Cook and leaves his head in a box for Luis Fernando Lopez to find..
Grand Theft Auto IV (The Cousins Bellic)
The Lost and Damned (Diamonds in the Rough)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Frosting on the Cake - In the Crosshairs)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Eastwood Cooper Eastwood Cooper is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Anthony Corrado
Anthony Corrado was a twenty-eight year old associate of the Pegorino Family who Don James Pegorino claims to have raised like a son. Corrado, an FIB informant, is threatened by Pegorino over the phone, resulting in Corrado suffering a heart attack. Corrado is taken to the hospital where he is killed by Niko Bellic, who turns off his life support machine.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Flatline) Voiced by: Robert Furano
Joe Corrola Joe Corrola was a thirty-eight year old member of the Pavano Family and is believed to be in charge of the family's heroin distribution racket. Corrola, the ex-boyfriend of Don Mary Valvona, had connections with the North Holland Hustlers and the Humboldt River Dock Workers Union, which the Liberty City Police Department believe he used to improt heroin.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Liberty City Police Department police Database) Voiced by: None Applicable
Flambo Cortez Flambo Cortez is a resident of the Residential District, Anywhere City and a member of The Zaibatsu Corporation. He is sent by Red Valdez to kill the Claude Speed but is himself killed.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Greatest Hits!) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Colonel Juan Cortez
Colonel Juan Garcia Cortez is a Latin American criminal once based in Vice City, originally from an unnamed Central American country, father of Mercedes Cortez, widower to an unnamed wife and the leader of the Cortez Crew. Cortez survived thirty coups and nine death sentances in his home country, being promoted after each coup. He later sends Gonzalez, his right hand man, to Vice City to establish his gang in the narcotics trade. By 1986 he moved to the city and became an influential figure, throwing parties on his yacht. Cortez, who helped establish a drug deal between the Forelli Family and Vance Crime Family, agrees to help Tommy Vercetti discover who was behind the deals ambush, whilst also employing him. He later sets him up with work for Ricardo Diaz, the man he thinks responsible for the ambush, and later asks Tommy for his help in fleeing from French agents. He later asks Tommy to look after his daughter in his abscence.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (The Party - All Hands on Deck!) Voiced by: Robert Davi
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Mercedes Cortez
Mercedes Cortez is a resident of Vice City and the daughter of Juan Cortez. She is introduced to Tommy Vercetti by her father and becomes a love interest for Tommy, who later introduces her to Love Fist and star in a porn film alongside Candy Suxxx.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (The Party - Dildo Dodo) Voiced by: Fairuza Balk
Mark Cosgrove Mark Cosgrove is a British national who knew Kent Paul before he moved to Vice City. Paul claims that Cosgrove threatened to kill him for starring at his mother whilst she was in the bath. Paul later smashed up Cosgrove's car after he became romantically involved with Paul's girlfriend May.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Kent Paul's [1]) Voiced by: None Applicable
Cosmo Trouble Cosmo Trouble is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Loonies who employs Claude Speed in an attempt to ambush him with Zaibatsu hitmen. Speed, however, escapes the ambush.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Who's Behind You!) Voiced by: None Applicable
Costas Costas was a resident of Liberty City and the chauffeur of Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince until an LCPD officer shot him through his cars windshield whilst he attempted to help Prince and Luis Fernando Lopez escape a bungled diamond deal with The Lost Brotherhood.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Frosting on the Cake) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Cougar
Cougar is a resident of Vice City and a member of the Biker gang led by Mitch Baker, who sends him and Zeppelin to race Tommy Vercetti to see if Vercetti could prove himself. Cougar is later assaulted by the Sharks when they steal Baker's motorcycle.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Alloy Wheels of Steel - Hog Tied) Voiced by: Blayne Perry
Henrietta de Courcy Henrietta de Courcy was the wife of Hollow Kost until her death on an operating table following a motor accident, which resulted in extensive head wounds.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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King Courtney
King Courtney is a resident of Liberty City and the leader of the Uptown Yardies. In 2000 he employs Mike to work against the Colombian Cartel and begins to help him investigate the death of Vinnie, later turning against him when he began working for Cartel leader Cisco. In 2001 Courtney tries to kill Mike but is almost killed himself, although Mike spares his life and later employs Claude to work against the Diablos and sides with the Cartel's new leader Catalina to sell SPANK. Courtney later sends assassins strapped with bombs to try and kill Claude, who survives the escape.
Grand Theft Auto III (Bling-bling Scramble - Kingdom Come)
Grand Theft Auto Advance (Race to Run - Assault Joint)
Voiced by: Walter Mudu (GTA III)
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Darren Covey
Darren Covey is a resident of Liberty City and a criminal wanted by the Liberty City Police Department for arms dealing. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Most Wanted side mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Miranda Cowan
Miranda Cowan is a celebrity who, in 2008, appeared on Fizz! who is known by the paparazzi as "The Sillicone Splatter".
The Ballad of Gay Tony (television - Fizz!) Voiced by: None Applicable
Jenny Louise Crab Jenny Louise Crab is a female child resident of Vice City who was left an orphan twice, when her parents were killed in a car accident and her adoptive parents were murdered. She is heavily addicted to mood elevators and appears on Pressing Issues on Vice City Public Radio, hosted by Maurice Chavez after being named Vice City's Civilian of the Year for 1985.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (VCPR - Pressing Issues) Voiced by: Mary Birdsong
Officer Cracker Officer Cracker is a resident of Vice City and a Vice City Police Department police officer..
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bryony Craddock Bryony Craddock is a resident of Vice Citywho in 1984 appears on a Pressing Issues broadcast on Vice City Public Radio. Craddock, a patriotic American mother of sixteen children who believes in strong family and religious values, despite knowing her husband cheats on her with prostitutes. She gives birth to her sixteenth child on the air and states that she dislikes Crow and patriarchal inventions.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (VCPR - Pressing Issues) Voiced by: Shelagh Ratner
John Craig John Craig is the author of the book A Few Good Hens, located in some safehouses in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (referenced on books) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Bernie Crane
Bernie Crane, born Florian Cravic, is a thirty year old resident of Middle Park West, Liberty City, originally from Yugoslavia, who is dating Deputy Mayor Bryce Dawkins. Bernie fought alongside Niko Bellic, Darko Brevic, Goran, Mijo, Dragan, Dmitar and eight others in a fifteen man army unit in the Yugoslav Wars, which was eventually ambushed. Crane survived, as did Niko and Darko, and moves to Liberty City where he becomes an open homosexual and starts a relationship with Bryce Dawkins. Niko later tracks him down in Liberty City and discovers that Bernie did not set up the army unit and helps him hide his relationship with Dawkins, although the relationship later becomes public.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Weekend at Florian's - Mr and Mrs Bellic) Voiced by: Timothy J. Alex
Joshua Crane Joshua Crane is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for Public Liberty Online.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - Public Liberty Online website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Kenny Crane Kenny Crane is a resident of Vice City and a redneck who is interviewed on the Bait and Switch program, suggesting a new form of baiting involving the use of deer urine.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (VCPR - Bait and Switch) Voiced by: Christopher Murney
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Jock Cranley
Jock Cranley is a resident of Vice City who works as an actor and stunt double. Cranley warns against the use of drugs, having been an addict. He was once arrested by the Vice City Police Department but was released after claiming his stunt double was to blame.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (website and Wave 103 - advertisement) Voiced by: Unknown
Thomas Crapper Thomas Crapper is an American businessman who had planned on building a factory in Liberty City, before deciding against his plans.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Alan Crawford
Alan Crawford was a resident of Los Santos and manager of Madd Dogg until he was killed by Carl Johnson on orders from aspiring rapper OG Loc (Jeffrey Cross). His death sends Madd Dogg spiralling into depression until he is saved by Carl Johnson.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Management Issues) Voiced by: Unknown
Marcel Crayon Marcel Crayon is a resident of Carcer City and a supporter of the Citizens United Negating Technology For Life and People's Safety campaign. He was, he states, a happily married man with two children, had a mistress and an interest in strippers but after finding the internet spends his time planning family holidays and helping his children learn about history./small>
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Citizens United Negating Technology For Life and Peoples Safety website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Callum Crayshaw Callum Crayshaw is a twenty-three year old resident of Vice City and the 'socialist activist and extreme liberal' son of an unnamed conservative businessman. Crayshaw wants to help the poor, although in completely unfeasible ways, and runs the "Speaking for the Underdog" organisation for this purpose. Crayshaw shares his concerns with Maurice Chavez on Pressing Issues on Vice City Public Radio but is mocked by conservative Congressman Alex Shrub.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (VCPR - Pressing Issues) Voiced by: Sean Modica
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Albert Crisp
Albert Crisp is a resident of London and the co-leader of the criminal network alongside his brother Archie. Albert, considered the brains of the two, hires the protagonist to work against their rivals Harold Cartwright and Jack Parkinson, including killing Cartwright's sister Beryl.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (missions)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (missions)
Voiced by: None Applicable
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Archie Crisp (left)
Archie Crisp is a resident of London and the co-leader of the criminal network alongside his brother Albert. Archie, considered the brawn of the two, remains silent whilst his brother hires the protagonist to work against their rivals Harold Cartwright and Jack Parkinson, including killing Cartwright's sister Beryl.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (missions)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (missions)
Voiced by: None Applicable
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Jeffrey Cross
Jeffrey Cross, known better as OG Loc, is a resident of Ganton, Los Santos and a former rap star. Cross, wanting to become a Grove Street Families gangster, committed numerous petty crimes before being sent to prison, where he meets Los Santos Vagos gangster Freddy. Loc and Carl Johnson later chase and kill Freddy, before Loc employs Carl to help his rap career, including stealing Madd Dogg's rhyme book and killing his manager Alan Crawford, after which Madd Dogg spirals into depression, allowing Loc to rise to fame under the management of Big Smoke. Later, however, Carl and Madd Dogg join forces and cut Loc's career short.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (OG Loc - Cut Throat Business) Voiced by: Jonathan Anderson
E. Crume E. Crume is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree - website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Doctor Cubana Doctor Cubana was a Latin American resident of Anywhere City and a biologist for The Zaibatsu Corporation. The Yakuza kidnap Cubana and began to torture him for information, with Trey Welsh, leader of The Zaibatsu Corporation in the Downtown District, employing Claude Speed to kill Cubana to stop the Yakuza getting Zaibatsu secrets.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Armored Car Clash!) Voiced by: None Applicable
Chris Cummings "Cocksure" Chris Cummings was a participant in the Venturas Poker Challenge. Whilst no winner is proclaimed at the end of the television show, it is implied that Cummings was the winner.
Grand Theft Auto IV (TV - Venturas Poker Challenge) Voiced by: None Applicable
Curtly Curtly was to be a character in Grand Theft Auto III who was deleted before the final release of the game.
Grand Theft Auto III (deleted) Voiced by: Curtis L. McClarin

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Rudy D'Avanzo
Rudy D'Avanzo was a fifty-five year old resident of Liberty City and a mobster connected to an unknown Commission family, although he is said to have a long time rivalry with the Messina Family. He employs Huang Lee to identify rat and later has him kill Jimmy Capra, who he incorrectly suspected of being the rat. He is later by killed by Lee after he is informed by Hsin Jaoming that Capra was not an rat and that his relationship with the Messina Family has been ruined by Lee and D'Avanzo.
Grand Theft Auto IV (LCPD Database)
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (Grave Situation - A Rude Awakening)
Voiced by: None Applicable
D-Ice D-Ice is a resident of Liberty City and the leader of the Red Jacks, a sub-group of the Southside Hoods based out of Wichita Gardens, Shoreside Vale. D-Ice employs Claude to work against the Purple Nines, another sub-group, who have been taken over by and are selling the drug SPANK. Claude eventually succeeds in destroying the Purple Nines as a force.
Grand Theft Auto III (Uzi Money - Bullion Run) Voiced by: Walter Mudu
DB-P DB-P was an American actor who was killed by Toni Cipriani on orders from "Father" Ned for not giving an interview to Liberty City Free Radio over the Liberty Tree newspaper, which Ned works for. DB-P was going to promote an upcoming film, in which he co-starred with Faith W. and Black Lightman.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (False Idols) Voiced by: None Applicable
DJ Dai DJ Dai is a resident of Anywhere City and the host of the Lo-Fi FM radio station.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Lo-Fi FM host) Voiced by: Unknown
Daisy Mae Daisy Mae is a pig resident of Anywhere City and is owned by a member of the Rednecks.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dalgetti Dalgetti is a resident of Liberty City and the owner of a re-spray shop, who initially refuses to accept a car from the protagonist but later does, after a phone call.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Daniel Daniel is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of Hatton Gardens, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Morgan Daniels Morgan Daniels was the lead actor in the television show Yuppie and the Alien and was touted as being the "next big thing", before being arrested. He is now "doing the rounds" in Atlantic City and small scale holiday resorts.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (radio advertisements and Kent Paul's website) Voiced by: Unknown
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Talbot Daniels
Talbot Daniels is a resident of Liberty City who shows pictures or artwork on a board in Star Junction, Algonquin. He also helps Niko and Roman Bellic to find Florian Cravic, now known as Bernie Crane.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Weekend at Florian's, also at Star Junction) Voiced by: Unknown
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Danny
Danny is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of Meadows Park, Dukes. He gives Huang Lee advice on drug dealing, before fleeing an Liberty City Police Department bust.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (Tricks of the Triad and afterwards) Voiced by: None Applicable
Sister Daphne Sister Daphne is a resident of Vice City and a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love, led by Brother Marcus.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Darius Darius is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of Northwood, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Brother Davey Brother Davey is a resident of Vice City and a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love, led by Brother Marcus.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Bryce Dawkins
Bryce Dawkins is a resident of Owl Creek Lane, Westdyke, Alderney and is the Deputy Mayor of Liberty City, in a different state to the one in which he lives. Dawkins is married but has an affair with Bernie Crane, which Dimitri Rascalov attempts to make public on numerous occasions, being thwarted by Niko Bellic. Bernie rewards Niko with Bryce's Infernus, which has a wire tap (installed by Johnny Klebitz). Dawkins relationship with Crane is later exposed, although he claims their relations is platonic but does enter rehabilitation to sort out "issues".
Grand Theft Auto IV (in game posters) Voiced by: None Applicable
Mrs. Dawkins Mrs. Dawkins is a resident of Owl Creek Lane, Westdyke, Alderney and is the wife of Liberty City Deputy Mayor Bryce Dawkins. She is unaware of her husbands relationship with Bernie Crane, later finding out when the relationship was exposed, although her husband continued to deny the story.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dayton Dayton is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of North Holland, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Kelly Sue DeConnick Kelly Sue DeConnick is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto III (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Phil DeGirth Phil DeGirth is a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Biker gang led by Wayne.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Decjuan DeMarco Decjuan DeMarco is a resident of Vice City and a member of the Cholos, until the gang were pushed out of Vice City by Victor Vance and Los Cabrones leader Umberto Robina. His name is a reference to the film Don Juan DeMarco.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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DeSean
DeSean is a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Uptown Riders motorcycle gang. DeSean and Malc help Johnny Klebitz on a number of occasions in 2008, including to help take over a tollbooth to stop a van full of cocaine.
The Lost and Damned (Hit the Pipe - Shifting Weight/random encounter) Voiced by: Craig Grant
Duane DeVane Duane DeVane is a resident of Vice City and is a member of the Sharks gang, who has a similar appearance to Moe Lester.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Decjuan Decjuan is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer based out of South Bohan, Bohan.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Patsy Decline Patsy Decline is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean. Her name is a take on the American country singer Patsy Cline.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Samuel Deever
Samuel Deever (born 1969) is a resident of Vice City and a former Vice City Police Department corrupt police officer, having been arrested for suspected cannibalism on a stakeout, malicious wounding of a fellow officer (five times), incestuous practices and sexual harassments, amongst other things. He was dismissed in 1997 and later hires the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 to help his narcotics trade and to work against The Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Lola Del Rio
Lola Del Rio is a resident of Liberty City and a prostitute who, according to the LCPD Database hangs around at Star Junction and the docks in Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto IV (LCPD Database) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dell Dell is an incarcerated resident of Vice City who is rescued by the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 from an ambush after leaving the court house in Central Coral City.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Ken Dellamonica Ken Dellamonica is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Doris
Doris is a resident of Vice City and the dispatcher for the Kaufman Cabs taxi company. Tommy Vercetti buys Kaufman Cabs in 1986, with Doris informing the drivers (including Ted) that Vercetti is going to protect the company from its rivals. She later gives Tommy the locations of passengers to pick up when he does work for the firm.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (after purchasing Kaufman Cabs) Voiced by: Deborah Harry
Clive Denver Clive Denver is a resident of Cedar Grove, Shoreside Vale, Liberty City who describes to the Liberty City Police Department the death of Catalina at the hands of Claude.
Grand Theft Auto III (final cutscene) Voiced by: Unknown
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Derek
Derek is a resident of Red County, San Andreas and an employee at a Gasso gas station in Dillimore, which is robbed of a tanker full of gas. Derek and a fellow employee give chase but eventually lose control of their vehicle, crashing into another gas station in Flint County. He can be killed by Carl Johnson, depending on the players choice.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Tanker Commander) Voiced by: Unknown
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Derek the Dodo
Derek the Dodo is a fictional cartoon character used by Ammu-Nation to entice children into using guns at Saturday Safety Fun.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (website) Voiced by: Unknown
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Dessie
Dessie is nineteen/twenty year old resident of Liberty City and the bodyguard and doorman of Maisonette 9, owned by "Gay" Tony Prince. He can be killed by Luis Fernando Lopez, his friend, depending on the players choice, although Dessie always returns as the clubs doorman.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (missions and Club Management missions) Voiced by: Wilhelm Lewis
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Destiny (unknown)
Destiny is a resident of Vice City and a prostitute who, along with Mystique, won the Vice City Scratch Off Jackpot of $250,000, spending half her winnings in the first week and returning to prostitute by the second week.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (game manual) Voiced by: None Applicable
Billy Dexter Billy Dexter was a resident of Los Santos and host of Entertaining America on West Coast Talk Radio in San Andreas until he was fatally shot by guest Jack Howitzer. He had planned to call the show Stack the Dex.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (WCTR - Entertaining America host) Voiced by: Peter Marx
Al Di Napoli Al Di Napoli is an Italian-American resident of Liberty City and an actor starring in the play Leg-Less at the Amdram Theatre. He employed Luis Fernando Lopez to drive him to Oscar Gomez so he could purchase some drugs, although Lopez later drives him to the Amdram Theatre and evades the Liberty City Police Department. A police officer later recognises him and considers him a suspect from their bust with Gomez, although Di Napoli pays some prostitutes to give him an alibi.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Club Management side mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Joseph DiLeo
Joseph DiLeo, known as Joe Tuna, was a twenty-seven year old resident of Liberty City, a waste collector and an associate of the Pegorino Family, led by James Pegorino. DiLeo, Luca Silvestri and Johnny Barbosa collect diamonds for Pegorino caporegime Ray Boccino, eventually deciding to steal the diamonds for themselves, resulting in their deaths at the hands of Niko Bellic on orders from Boccino.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Meltdown) Voiced by: Pete Pavio
Lori Diangelo-Stockton Lori Diangelo-Stockton is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for Weazel News.
The Lost and Damned (internet - Weazel News website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Ricardo Diaz
Ricardo Diaz was a resident of the Diaz' Mansion, Prawn Island, Vice City, originally from Colombia, and the leader of Diaz' Gang. He moved to the United States in 1978, bribing the INS, and moved to Vice City in the early 1980s, establishing himself as the city's drug baron after employing Victor Vance to kill Armando and Diego Mendez, co-leaders of the Mendez Cartel. He also enlists the help of Gonzalez, the right hand man of Colonel Juan Cortez, who acts as his informant, telling Diaz about a drug deal between the Vance Crime Family (led by Victor Vance) and the Forelli Family, which Diaz ambushes. Diaz later employs Tommy Vercetti, who had represented the Forelli Family in the ambushed drug deal, to help his narcotics trade but is eventually killed by Vercetti and Lance Vance, who take control of his criminal empire.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (The Party - Rub Out)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Steal the Deal - Last Stand)
Voiced by: Luis Guzmán
Dick Dick is a member of the band Love Fist who, in 1986, travels with fellow to Vice City with his fellow band members as part of their world tour for a concert. Dick, Jezz Torrent and Percy are targetted by a psychotic fan determined to kill them but are proctected by Tommy Vercetti. Mitch Baker and his biker friends later work security for the bands concert.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Love Juice - Publicity Tour) Voiced by: Peter McKay
Dick Dick is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. He helps Johnny Klebitz during the gang wars.
The Lost and Damned (Gang Wars) Voiced by: None Applicable
Diego Diego is a resident of Vice City and a member of the Mendez Cartel. He and Victor Vance retrieve some of the Mendez Brothers' cocaine, which had been impounded by the Vice City Police Department.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (High Wire) Voiced by: Unknown
Kanye Diggit Kanye Diggit is a resident of Vice City and a member of the Sharks. His name is a take on the phrase can you dig it.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Charlie Dilson
Charlie Dilson was a European criminal who, along with his cohorts, had planned to rob a bank in Vice City, until the gang were killed by Tommy Vercetti on orders from Mr. Black.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Autocide) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Adam Dimayev
Adam Dimayev was a thirty-five/thirty-six year old resident of Liberty City, originally from Russia, who was wanted by the Liberty City Police Department and United Liberty Paper for financing terrorism in the city. Niko Bellic kills Dimayev on orders from his contact at United Liberty Paper.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Portrait of a Killer) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Dirk
Dirk is a resident of Anywhere City, a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and the grandson of Gran'pa. He meets Claude Speed and challenges him to kill three Loonies in exchange for his truck, allowing Speed to kidnap his grandfather for the Scientists to experiment on.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Gran'pa We Love You!/Race 'n' Kidnap) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dirty Sue Dirty Sue, born in 1971, was a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. He was killed in 2001 when he drove his motorcycle into a Tanker whilst drunk.
The Lost and Damned (mentioned) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Divine
Divine is one of the possibilities for protagonist in Grand Theft Auto 1.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (protagonist option) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Tyler Dixon
Tyler Dixon, also known as Ty-Dy', is a twenty-five year old resident of Liberty City and the fiancé and backup dancer of Cloe Parker. Dixon demanded $3 million dowry in response to a 900 page pre-nup that he was asked to sign. Dixon is also a drug addict, having reportedly been using PCP for twenty years.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - news reports) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dmitar Dmitar was a Yugoslavian soldier during the Bosnian Wars who fought in the same squad as Niko Bellic, Florian Cravic, Darko Brevic, Goran, Mijo and Dragan. He and eleven of his fellow squad members were killed in an enemy ambush after Brevic sold the unit out for $1,000.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned) Voiced by: None Applicable
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The Doctor (left)
The Doctor is a resident of Liberty City and and doctor based in Dukes who sells the organs of the deceased. Elizabeta Torres has Niko Bellic take Manny Escuela and Jay Hamilton's bodies to him.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Have A Heart) Voiced by: Unknown
Dodo Dodo is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Loonies. Elmo, the leader of the Loonies, sends Claude Speed to collect his Dementia limousine from the police impound, sending him to Dodo. Dodo then tells Speed to collect some weapons he left behind the Harman Hotel.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Getta Isetta!) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dogg Dogg is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. He helps Johnny Klebitz during the gang wars.
The Lost and Damned (Gang Wars) Voiced by: None Applicable
Doris Doris is a twenty-one year old resident of Vice City who appears on posters for the VC for Lovers radio station.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Terry Dorkins Terry Dorkins is a resident of London and a criminal working for the Crisp Brothers, Albert and Archie. He tells the protagonist to steal a tank from Lenny Smith, plant a bomb in Gerald's car, and to locate and kill Lenny Smith, resulting in him telling the protagonist to kill his brother Reg.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 (missions)
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 (missions)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Dot Dot is a thirty-four year old resident of Vice City who appears on posters for the VC for Lovers radio station.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dragan Dragan was a Yugoslavian soldier who fought in the Bosnian Wars in the same squad as Niko Bellic, Florian Cravic, Darko Brevic, Goran, Mijo and Dmitar. He was killed in an enemy ambush after Brevic sold the unit out for $1,000.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bo Duke Bo Duke is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean. He may be related to Davie or Luke Duke. His name is a reference to Bo Duke of the Dukes of Hazzard.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Davie Duke Davie Duke is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean. He may be related to Bo or Luke Duke.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Luke Duke Luke Duke is a resident of Anywhere City and a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean. He may be related to Bo or Davie Duke. His name is a reference to Luke Duke of the Dukes of Hazzard.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Chu Wing Dung Chu Wing Dung is a resident of Woodhill, San Andreas and the owner the Rampant Cockerel restaurant. He pays protection money to Uncle Fu, who sends the protagonist to collect it.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bill Durzbum Bill Durzbum is a resident of Liberty City.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Dwaine (right)
Dwaine is a resident of San Fierro, originally from Vice City, and a mechanic at Carl Johnson's garage in Doherty. He and friend Jethro worked as mechanics in the Boatyard in Viceport, Vice City until it was purchased by Tommy Vercetti. They later moved to San Fierro and, in 1989, befriended The Truth, purchasing drugs from him. After moving to San Fierro, Dwaine began to run a hot dog van.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (cutscene after purchasing the Boatyard)
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Wear Flowers In Your Hair - Puncture Wounds
Voiced by: Navid Khonsari


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