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This is a list of Characters in the Grand Theft Auto series, listed between the letters F and I, 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 may appear in other Rockstar Games titles, such as Manhunt and Bully, 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, or there is speculation they appear (such as Jimmy Hopkins supposedly appearing in GTA IV). 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
Manhunt M Bully B

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Character Information Notes
Fabrizio Fabrizio is a member of the Rednecks gang. He is the son of Pa Wayne and has many siblings, including Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Boff, Sammy Jo, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Bonny, Jonny W., Billy Bob and Bobby Bill. Appears in: 2
Jeremy Fagin Jeremy Fagin is a supporter for the Citizens United Negating Technology For Life and People's Safety. He resides in Los Santos. Appears in: LCS
Anna Faustin Anna Faustin is the daughter of Mikhail and Ilyena Faustin. At one point she dated Jason Michaels of The Lost Brotherhood. She had lived with her parents in Beachgate, Broker until her father was killed by Niko Bellic, who had killed her boyfriend. Anna begins to date again but Niko puts a stop to the relationship. Appears in: IV
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Ilyena Faustin
Ilyena Faustin is the widow of Mikhail Faustin and mother of Anna. She meets Niko Bellic through her husband and after his death, asks Niko to help end her daughters new relationship, for fear Anna is being convinced to become a stripper. Voiced by: Marcy Maguigan.
Appears in: IV
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Mikhail Faustin
Mikhail Faustin is the forty-five year old leader of the Faustin Family, husband of Ilyena and father of Anna Faustin. He owns the Perestroika cabaret club and runs his criminal empire through Dimitri Rascalov. He employs Niko Bellic and later has him kill Lenny Petrovic, which leads to his own death at the hands of Bellic on orders from Rascalov and Konstantin Petrovic. Voiced by: Karel Roden.
Appears in: IV
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Fedrico
Fedrico is a criminal and drug dealer based in Trenton, Liberty City in 2000/2001. He is killed by Mike on orders from Vinnie and the Mafia (presumed to be the Leone Family). Appears in: A
Betty Feeley Betty Feeley is a campaigner who in 1984 was looking to change American economic policy. She had been a manager for American Motors for eighteen years before being laid off due to the influx of cheap imported cars. She then went on welfare and became a prostitute to support herself. Appears in: VCS
Felipe Felipe is an American businessman based in Liberty City who uses the Outsource for America group. Appears in: IV
Jimmy Fence Jimmy Fence was a member of the band The Toilet, which also involved Bernard Gordon (Crow). Fence is reportedly the reason for the group breaking up, wanting royalties for songs he claimed to have wrote. Appears in: LCS
Fernandez Fernandez is a member of Los Cabrones who is sent by Umberto Robina to pick up a package from Downtown, Vice City, in competition with Victor Vance. The player can kill Fernandez. Appears in: VCS
Fingers Fingers works for Jack Parkinson and robs a bank, using the protagonist as a getaway driver. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Trudy Fink Trudy Fink is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Adam First Adam First is the co-host of The Wave 103 in 1984 and, by 1986, the stations sole host. He dislikes music videos and enjoys hand gliding. In 1992 he phones in to the WCTR show Area 53 saying that he saw a man at a trailer compound performing strange rituals with a Domestabot. Voiced by: Jamie Canfield.
Appears in: VC, SA and VCS
Colonel Fitzgibbon Colonel Fitzgibbon is a retired army colonel who works with 'victims of liberalism' in Liberty City. Appears in: III
Mitt Fitzsimmons Mitt Fitzsimmons is the retiring LCPD police commissioner in 2008. Appears in: IV
Pat Flannerdy Pat Flannerdy, known as Mr. Zoo, is interviewed on KCHAT in 1986. He is removed from the studio by his doctor and reveals that he is just a very mentally sick man and is taken to a mental clinic Voiced by: Carl Dowling.
Appears in: VC
Martha Fokker Martha Fokker is, in 1984, a female athlete who lives in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Beatrix Fontaine Beatrix Fontaine is the host of the Public Liberty Radio show The Séance. Voiced by: Ilyana Kadushin.
Appears in: IV
Darius Fontaine Darius Fontaine is the founder of Inversion Therapy who in 1992 phones into WCTR's Entertaining America. The shows host, Lazlow, has a restraining order on Fontaine. He is a rival of Cris Formage. Voiced by: Danny Burstein.
Appears in: SA
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Bryan Forbes
Bryan Forbes is a government agent, who also uses the name Agent BF, who in 1984 employs Lance and Victor Vance. Lance and Victor kidnap Forbes, after finding out that he is an undercover agent, and eventually kill him after a failed escape attempt. Voiced by: Daniel Oreskes.
Appears in: VCS
Jenna Forbes Jenna Forbes is an actress based in Los Santos who is interviewed by Lazlow on WCTR's Entertaining America in 1992. Voiced by: Laura Bykowski.
Appears in: SA
Franco Forelli Franco Forelli is the Don of the Forelli Family in 1998. He controls Mayor Roger Hole until Hole is killed. Franco may have died when Fort Staunton was blown up by Toni Cipriani. Appears in: LCS
Giorgio Forelli Giorgio Forelli, also spelt Georgio Forelli, is a high ranking member of the Forelli Family who in 1984 is a loan shark. By 1986, however, he was on trial for fraud and was being represented by Ken Rosenberg. The charges were later dropped after Tommy Vercetti 'persuaded' the jurors. Giorgio is the cousin of Sonny Forelli. Appears in: VC and VCS
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Mike Forelli
Mike "Lips" Forelli is a high ranking member of the Forelli Family who is killed by Claude in 2001, on the orders of Joey Leone. Appears in: III
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Sonny Forelli
Sonny Forelli is a high ranking member of the Forelli Family and is suspected to be the Don of the family in 1986. He manages to get Tommy Vercetti released from prison and sends him to Vice City to get a stake in the drugs trade. This fails and, when Tommy establishes himself in the city, Sonny goes to take over but is killed by Tommy. Sonny had resided in Liberty City and is the cousin of Giorgio Forelli. Voiced by: Tom Sizemore.
Appears in: VC
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Dwayne Forge
Dwayne Forge is an Afro-American ex-convict who was sent to prison in the early 1990s and was released in 2008. He employs Niko Bellic to help get his life back on track, although Niko can later has the choice to kill him or Dwayne's former protege and power rival Playboy X. If Dwayne is spared, he heads the North Holland Hustlers once again and later sends help to Niko when needed. Voiced by: Devin Richards.
Appears in: IV
Lianne Forget Lianne Forget is the news anchor on WCTR in 1992 and is dating reporter Richard Burns. She may also be the news reader in Liberty City in 1998, as the voice is performed by Sharon Washington. Voiced by: Sharon Washington.
Appears in: SA
Cris Formage Cris Formage is the founder of the Epsilon Program. He is a guest on WCTR's Entertaining America in 1992 to discuss the Epsilon Program. He is a rival of Darius Fontaine. Voiced by: Fred Melamed.
Appears in: SA
Forrest Chump Forrest Chump is a member of the Rednecks gang and is a resident of Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Forth Right MC Forth Right MC is, in 1992, the DJ for the Playback FM radio station in San Andreas. Voiced by: Chuck D.
Appears in: SA
Mary Fortune Mary Fortune is a resident of Liberty City who follows the Epsilon Program and appears to have become a prostitute since following the program. Appears in: SA
Cedric Fotheringay Cedric Fotheringay, also known as Wayne, is the leader of the Biker gang in Liberty City. He briefly dates Maria Latore but is killed by Toni Cipriani after hitting Maria. Appears in: LCS
Tommy Francovic Tommy Francovic is, in 2008, a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for racketeering. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Frank Junior Frank Junior is, in 1998, a child resident of Liberty City who was blinded by his brother Jeremy after playing with Vivisection. Appears in: LCS
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Frankie
Frankie is Reni Wassulmaier's assistant in 1984 and is at one point fired, although he continues to assist Reni. Voiced by: Garth Kravits.
Appears in: VCS
Dean Frantz Dean Frantz is the host of Futuro FM. Appears in: 2
Freddy Freddy is a member of the Los Santos Vagos who lived in Los Flores before being killed by Carl Johnson and OG Loc (Jeffrey Cross). Freddy had insuated that he and Loc engaged in homosexual activities whilst in prison, which leads to Loc and CJ killing him. Appears in: SA
Freddy Freddy is an associate of Jonnie who has, according to Jonnie, 'been playing me for a fool with marked cards'. Jonnie sends Mike to collect some money from Freddy, as he owes money to King Courtney. The player has the chance to kill Freddy if they wait for him to get more money. Appears in: A
Freddy Freddy is a British man who in 1986 resides in Vice City. He phones K-CHAT asking Gethsemanee Starhawk Moonmaker to spank him. By 1992 he has opened up a company called Hampshire Nannies. By 2001 he has moved to Liberty City and asks Lazlow about nannies in America, stating he needs to be spanked. Appears in: III
Jonathan Freeloader Jonathan Freeloader is co-host of VCPR, alongsideMichelle Montanius, from at least 1984 and until at least 1986. He has a disliking of Maurice Chavez. Voiced by: Pat Olsen.
Appears in: VC and VCS
Lino Friddell Lino Friddell is, in 2008, a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for a hit and run. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
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Uncle Fu
Uncle Fu is a criminal who resides in San Andreas and provides protection for various businesses. He is reportedly over one hundred years old and employs the protagonist to collect his protection money. Appears in: 1
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Colonel Fuhrberger
Colonel Fuhrberger is a retired colonel who resides in East Beach, Los Santos. He stores many weapons in his home, which are stolen by Carl Johnson and Ryder (Lance Wilson) in 1992. Appears in: SA
Hana Funabashi Hana Funabashi is the girlfriend of Johnny Zoo, head of the Yakuza in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Doris Fung Doris Fung is, in 2008, a city councillor for Liberty City who has long been suspected of having links to the Triads. Appears in: IV
The Funktipus The Funktipus is the DJ for the Bounce FM radio station in 1992 San Andreas. Voiced by: George Clinton.
Appears in: SA

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Julio G Julio G is the DJ for Radio Los Santos in 1992. Voiced by: Julio G.
Appears in: SA
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Gal
Gal is, in 1992, a member of the Varrios Los Aztecas who resides in Los Santos. Along with Hazer and Sunny, he helps Carl Johnson and Cesar Vialpando take back El Corona from the Los Santos Vagos. Appears in: SA
Frank Gallo Frank Gallo is the thirty-one year old nephew of Phil Bell and is an associate of the Pegorino Family. Niko can kill Gallo, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Gama Rei Gama Rei is a member of the Yakuza who is driven to a safehouse by Claude Speed, fearing an assassination from the Loonies. Appears in: 2
Anul Garbaskar Anul Garbaskar is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 1998. Appears in: LCS
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Pedro Garcia
Pedro Garcia is a gun runner who is operating in Vice City in 1986 and is a rival of Phil Cassidy, who employs Tommy Vercetti to take Garcia's weapons shipment and kill him. Appears in: VC
Rico Garlik Rico Garlik is, in 1998, a resident of Liberty City. Appears in: LCS
Frank Garone Frank Garone is, in 2008, a thirty-one year old Capo for the Ancelotti Family. He is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Gerald McReary. Appears in: IV
Panjit Gavaskar Panjit Gavaskar is the DJ for Radio Del Mundo in 1998 Liberty City. Voiced by: Hajaz Akram.
Appears in: LCS
Dee Generate Dee Generate is a prostitute who resides in Vice City in 1984. Appears in: VCS
Georgie Georgie is an associate of Pat in 2000/2001, who is sent by Pat to kill Mike, although Mike kills him. Appears in: A
Gerald Gerald lives in South Camberwell, London and works for Lenny Smith. Gerald dies in a car explosion, caused by the protagonist fitting his car with a bomb. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Jimmy Gestapo Jimmy Gestapo is, in 2008, the host of the Liberty City Radio radio station. Voiced by: James Drescher.
Appears in: IV
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Vladimir Glebov
Vladimir Glebov is a Russian loan shark based in Hove Beach in Liberty City. He attempts to impress other Russian criminals, such as Mikhail Faustin, owns the Comrades Bar and is owed money by Roman Bellic. He employs Niko Bellic, Roman's cousin, until Niko discovers he has had an affair with Roman's girlfriend Mallorie, resulting in Niko killing him. Voiced by: Misha Kuznetsov.
Appears in: IV
Clint Glen Clint Glen is a reporter for the Liberty Tree in 2001. Appears in: III
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Cherise Glover
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Cherise Glover is the ex-girlfriend of Dwayne Forge. Dwayne sends Niko Bellic to collect Dwayne's money she and Jayvon Simson (her boyfriend) had planned to spend. The player can kill Cherise, depending on the players choice. If he allows her to live, she later has Niko warn her new boyfriend not to hit her. Voiced by: Ja'Tovia Gary.
Appears in: IV
Richard Goblin Richard Goblin is a famous chef who in 1998 hosts the show Coq O Vin on LCFR. Goblin is also featured in advertisements in 1992. Voiced by: Mike Shapiro.
Appears in: LCS
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Frank Gold
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Frank Gold is an American lightweight boxer who in 1992 was scheduled to face Fraser Ashley. Appears in: SA
Maurice Goldberg Maurice Goldberg is Salvatore Leone's lawyer in 2001 who successfully represents him when Salvatore was put on trial for tax evasion and racketeering. Salvatore was only fined, rather than going to prison. Appears in: III
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Tom Goldberg
Tom Goldberg is a lawyer working for Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster who is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Francis McReary. Voiced by: Jonathan Hanst.
Appears in: IV
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Alonso Gomez
Alonso Gomez, along with his brother Oscar, is a lieutenant of Willy Valerio and Teddy Benavidez of the Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Oscar Gomez Oscar Gomez, along with his brother Alonso, is a lieutenant of Willy Valerio and Teddy Benavidez of the Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers. Appears in: IV
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Gonzales
Gonzales is the right hand man of Juan Cortez who, in 1984, is stealing part of Cortez's drug shipments for himself and employs Victor Vance. He becomes involved with Ricardo Diaz, who discovers Gonzales' antics, and informs him of the planned deal between the Vance Crime Family and the Forelli Family, which he is later killed for by Tommy Vercetti. Voiced by: Jorge Pupo.
Appears in: VC and VCS
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Alonso Goralski
Alonso Goralski is a criminal based at Francis International Airport, Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for burglary. Goralski can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Goran Goran was a soldier in the Bosnian War and took part in killing Niko Bellic and Florian Cravic's army unit, having gained information from Darko Brevic. Appears in: IV
Bernard Gordon Bernard Gordon, otherwise known as Crow, is an English rock star with the bands The Ambulance and The Toilet. He had split from The Ambulance in 1984. He is interviewed by Melissa Chowder in 1998 for her radio station, Breathing World on LCFR. Voiced by: Gregg Martin.
Appears in: LCS
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Luigi Goterelli
Luigi Goterelli is a high ranking member of the Leone Family who runs Luigi's Sex Club 7, with Mickey Hamfists. He runs the club in 1992, but by 1998 loses the club to the Sindacco Family, regaining the club in 1998 thanks to Toni Cipriani. In 2001 he hires Claude to do various jobs and introduces him to Joey Leone. Voiced by: Joe Pantoliano.
Appears in: III
Judge Grady Judge Grady is the host of the Just or Unjust talk show on WKTT. Voiced by: M.L. Wooley.
Appears in: IV
Gran'pa Gran'pa is a the grandfather of Dirk who is kidnapped by Claude Speed on orders from Dr. LaBrat, who wants to perform experiments on humans. Appears in: 2
Grand Master Grand Master works for Sunbeam, leader of the Hare Krishna, and is protected by Claude Speed from The Zaibatsu Corporation. Appears in: 2
Brother Granpaw Brother Granpaw is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love and may be the grandfather of Brother Marcus. Appears in: 1
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Jon Gravelli
Jon Gravelli (1923-2008) is the Don of the Gambetti Family, having become Don in 1978, and the father of Jon Gravelli, Jr.. He became a patient at Schlotter Medical Center in 2005 and was charged with racketeering by the LCPD in 2006. In 2008 he helps Niko Bellic find Darko Brevic, pointing him in the direction of United Liberty Paper. He later dies, after Niko exacts revenge on either Dimitri Rascalov or James Pegorino, prior to stand trial. Voiced by: Madison Arnold.
Appears in: IV
Jon Gravelli, Jr. Jon Gravelli, Jr. is the son of Gambetti Family Don Jon Gravelli. He was disowned by the Gambetti Family due to his cocaine addiction. He is heavily in debt, although his father ensures that people do not collect payment on his debt. Appears in: IV
Martin Graves Martin Graves is a technologist who appears on VCPR show Pressing Issues in 1984. He believed that in the future robots would take over manual labour by 1989. Voiced by: David Deblinger.
Appears in: VCS
DJ Green Lantern DJ Green Lantern is the co-host of the The Beat 102.7 radio station in 2008, alongside DJ Mister Cee. Voiced by: DJ Green Lantern.
Appears in: IV
Mori Green Mori Green is a diamond dealer connected to the Jewish Mob and Isaac Roth. Green is killed by Luis Fernando Lopez in a diamond deal at the Libertonian Museum. Voiced by: Ed Rubeo.
Appears in: IV
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Billy Grey
Billy Grey is the President of The Lost Brotherhood biker gang in Liberty City. In 2008 he is imprisoned for causing some of the worst violence between The Lost Brotherhood and rivals The Angels of Death, allowing Johnny Klebitz to take control of the gang. Appears in: IV and TLAD
Barry Griffin Barry Griffin is a judge who lives in Liberty City in 2008. Appears in: IV
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Mike Griffin
Mike Griffin is a member of a European gang who in 1986 have plans to rob a bank in Vice City. Griffin and his associates are killed by Tommy Vercetti on the orders of Mr. Black. Appears in: VC
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Guppy
Guppy is Wu Zi Mu's assistant and a member of the Mountain Cloud Boys, a subgroup of the San Fierro Triads. Guppy assists Wu Zi Mu and Carl Johnson, including when they pull of a heist at Caligula's Palace. Appears in: SA
Scott Guzowski Scott Guzowski is, in 2008, a criminal based in the Steinway area of Dukes, Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for gang related violence. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV

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Juan Haimo Juan Haimo is a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for burglary. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Derrick Hale Derrick Hale is a supporter of the Citizens United Negating Technology For Life and People's Safety who resides in St. Paul's High Security Mental Asylum. Appears in: LCS
Matt Hale Matt Hale is a member of the Rednecks gang and is a resident of Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Harry Hall Harry Hall is the Consigliere of the Messina Family. He runs a high class prostitution ring Appears in: IV
Jay Hamilton Jay Hamilton is, in 2008, Manny Escuela's cameraman and is a resident of Liberty City. Hamilton and Manny are later killed by Elizabeta Torres. Appears in: IV
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Mickey Hamfists
Mickey Hamfists is a made man of the Leone Family. In 1998 he kills Joseph Daniel O'Toole and by 2001 he co-manages Luigi's Sex Club 7 with Luigi Goterelli. He also works as Luigi's bodyguard. Voiced by: Chris Tardio.
Appears in: III and LCS
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Marcus Hammond
Marcus Hammond is, in 1986, a member of a European gang who plan on robbing a bank in Vice City. Hammond, and his fellow gang members are killed by Tommy Vercetti on orders from Mr. Black. Appears in: VC
Hank Hank is a member of the Trailer Park Mafia and is based in Vice City. Hank works for Marty's loan shark business near Escobar International Airport and takes a delivery of stolen goods from Victor Vance. Appears in: VCS
Hans Hans is, in 2001, mentioned on radio advertisements for the Medievil Millenium Fair. He is described as a 'mysterious prancing German' who will help people rid their condos of vermin, although a penny whistle is also needed. Appears in: III
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Maude Hanson
Maude Hanson owned the Cherry Popper Ice Cream Factory in Vice City before selling the company to Tommy Vercetti. She had previously run a childrens home but now has an extreme disliking of children. She was under investigation from the VCPD for selling drugs through her ice cream business. Voiced by: Jane Gennaro.
Appears in: VC
Barry Harcross Barry Harcross is a businessman from Liberty City who was falsely charged by the FBI for money laundering in 1997. He left Liberty for South America but returned in February 2001. He is a rival of Donald Love. Appears in: III
Vaughn Harper Vaughn Harper is the host of The Vibe 98.8 radio station. Voiced by: Vaughn Harper.
Appears in: IV
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Melvin Harris
Melvin Harris, otherwise known as Big Smoke, was a high ranking member of the Grove Street Families. He left the Grove Street Families and joined the Ballas and C.R.A.S.H., becoming the biggest drug dealer in Los Santos. He also managed OG Loc (Jeffrey Cross) in his rap career, before being killed by Carl Johnson. Voiced by: Clifton Powell.
Appears in: SA
Frederick Harrison Frederick Harrison is a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for grand theft auto. He can killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
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Harry
Harry is a member of the Forelli Family who Sonny Forelli sends to Vice City (along with Lee) to accompany Tommy Vercetti. Harry was killed in an ambushed drug deal. Appears in: VC
Danny Hatmaker Danny Hatmaker is a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for arms dealing. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Heinrich Havelock Heinrich Havelock is, in 1984, an interviewer for the New World Order program on VCPR in Vice City, reporting from Venezuela. Appears in: VCS
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Johnny Hawtorn
Johnny Hawtorn is one of the choices for protagonist in GTA London, 1969 and GTA London, 1961. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Roy Haynes Roy Haynes is the host of the Jazz Nation Radio 108.5 radio station. Voiced by: Roy Haynes.
Appears in: IV
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Hazer
Hazer is, in 1992, a member of the Varrios Los Aztecas who, along with Gal and Sunny, helps Carl Johnson and Cesar Vialpando take El Corona from the Los Santos Vagos. Appears in: SA
M.T. Head M.T. Head is, in 1998, a resident of Liberty City. Appears in: LCS
Philip Hedges Philip Hedges is a state prosecutor who prosecutes 8-Ball. Hedges wins the case and 8-Ball is convicted on 85 charges of owning a gun without a licence. Appears in: III
Brother Hen Brother Hen is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love. Appears in: 1
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Winston Henry
Winston Henry is one of the choices for protagonist in GTA London, 1969 and GTA London, 1961. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Herbie Herbie is the astro-goat of The Truth, who claims that he has rides Herbie instead of driving. Appears in: SA
Hector Hernandez Hector Hernandez was the host of Radio Espantoso in 1984 and was a failed telenovela actor and is obsessed with making it back to the top, making a deal with Jeremy Robard. He insults Pepe who by 1986 replaces him. Appears in: VCS
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Jimmy Hernandez
Jimmy Hernandez is a member of C.R.A.S.H., an anti-gang unit of the LSPD and is working as an undercover officer, gaining information about Frank Tenpenny and Eddie Pulaski. Pulaski kills Hernandez after discovering he was an undercover police officer. Voiced by: Armando Riesco.
Appears in: SA
Phil Herrick Phil Herrick is a reporter for MeTV News in 1984 Vice City. He appears to dislike MeTV News host Jenny Mitchell. Appears in: VCS
Wade Heston Wade Heston is an LCPD officer who is saved by Huang Lee in an ambush and a resident of Liberty City. Appears in: CW
John F. Hickory John F. Hickory is, in 1986, a resident of Vice City who believes the state of Florida should secede from the United States. His middle name is Florida, which he took from his new home state. Voiced by: L.J. Gansen.
Appears in: VC
J. Phil Higginbottom J. Phil Higginbottom is an author who in his book states that the government control people through toothpaste. Appears in: III
Gabe Hiker Gabe Hiker is a member of the Vice City Biker gang sub-group the White Stallionz. Appears in: VCS
Hilberto Hilberto is a member of Los Cabrones who Umberto Robina sends to retrieve a package from Downtown, Vice City. He is in competition with Victor Vance and other Los Cabrones gang members. Hilberto can be killed by Victor Vance, depending on the players choice. Appears in: VCS
Hiroshi Hiroshi is a member of the Yakuza in Anywhere City who robs a bank to get funds for the Yakuza. Hiroshi uses Claude Speed as a getaway driver. Appears in: 2
Ho Chi Ho Chi is a fictional character from the Exploder films and is the sidekick of Tim, played by Jack Howitzer. Howitzer admits to killing Ho Chi, although it is unknown whether he kills the actress. He also says he has a new Ho Chi. Appears in: VC
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Roger C. Hole
Roger Hole was the Mayor of Liberty City between 1992 and 1998. He was involved in many scandals and was being controlled by Forelli Family Don Franco Forelli, who controlled Hole. Hole was killed by Toni Cipriani on orders from Salvatore Leone. Appears in: LCS
May-Beth-Lou-Sarah-Jane Hootie May-Beth-Lou-Sarah-Jane Hootie is the daughter of Pa Hootie and a member of the Rednecks. She warns her father of the arrival of a new criminal in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Pa Hootie Pa Hootie is the father of May-Beth-Lou-Sarah-Jane Hootie, a member of the Rednecks and a resident of Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
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James Hopkins
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James Hopkins, better known as Jimmy Hopkins is the protagonist of Bully. It is speculated that Hopkins appears in Grand Theft Auto IV, in the mission Blow Your Cover and around Hove Beach train station. Appears in: B
Trent Hopkins Trent "TJ" Hopkins is an ATV enthusiast, member of the Trailer Park Mafia and resides in Little Havana, Vice City. He warns his mother that his father is about to come out of prison and that she should stop sleeping with Cousin Bob. Appears in: VCS
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Jane Hopper
Jane Hopper is the corrupt union boss in Liberty City who initiated strikes of the dock workers. She was helped by Salvatore Leone but refuses to allow him access to the docks, leading to Salvatore sending Toni Cipriani to frighten her. Voiced by: Gordana Rashovich.
Appears in: LCS
Brother Horace Brother Horace is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love and lives in Vice City. Appears in: 1
Abner Horowitz Abner Horowitz is a doctor at Ocean View Hospital in Vice City who peforms Reni Wassulmaier's fourth sex change operation in 1984. Appears in: VCS
Jack Howitzer Jack Howitzer is an actor who starred in the Exploder films in the 1980s and the 1992 film Special Needs Cop. In 1992 he accidentally kills Billy Dexter, host of Entertaining America on WCTR, and is later put on trial. He also admits to killing Ho Chi, although it is unknown whether this is true. Appears in: VC and SA
Huan Huan is a Chinese businessman who uses the services of Outsource for America. Appears in: IV
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Jacob Hughes
Jacob Hughes. also known as Little Jacob, is a Caribbean arms and drug dealer who lives in Dukes, Liberty City. He employs Niko Bellic for various missions and later accompanies him on missions for Teafore Maxwell-Davies. He later sells Niko weapons from the trunk of his car and helps him kill either Dimitri Rascalov or James Pegorino, depending on the players choice. Voiced by: Coolie Ranx.
Appears in: IV
Hugo Hugo is or was, in 2001, the pet dog of Jane and Sam, who mentions him whilst complaining to Lazlow about video games, stating her son asked where the reset button was when Hugo was hit by a car. Appears in: III
Humphries Humphries is Donald Love's assistant in 1998, before he goes bankrupt. Appears in: LCS
Ho Hung Ho Hung works as a bomb rigger for Uncle Fu in San Andreas. Appears in: 1
Michael Hunt Michael Hunt is the host of Head Radio from 1998 until at least 2001. Until 1992 he lived with his mother in San Fierro, the city he was born in. Voiced by: Russ Mottla.
Appears in: III and LCS

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Ivan Ivan is a member of the Russian Mafia who helps Claude Speed kill members of the Hare Krishna. Appears in: 2