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<noinclude>{{:Characters by Surname/Header|on the letter M}}</noinclude>
 
<noinclude>{{:Characters by Surname/Header|on the letter M}}</noinclude>
  
==M==
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== M ==
 
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
 
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|[[File:Maccer-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Maccer]]'''
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|[[File:Maccer-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Maccer]]'''
 
|Maccer, born in 1965, is the [[United Kingdom|English]] lead singer of [[The Gurning Chimps]]. In [[1992]] he was managed by [[Kent Paul]] and at one point lost his fellow band members. The band later got together and went on a world tour, but they were later banned in [[Australia]] and Maccer began following the [[Epsilon Program]].
 
|Maccer, born in 1965, is the [[United Kingdom|English]] lead singer of [[The Gurning Chimps]]. In [[1992]] he was managed by [[Kent Paul]] and at one point lost his fellow band members. The band later got together and went on a world tour, but they were later banned in [[Australia]] and Maccer began following the [[Epsilon Program]].
|<small>Voiced by: [[Shaun Ryder]].<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: [[Shaun Ryder]].<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
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|'''[[Lenny Macelton]]'''
 
|'''[[Lenny Macelton]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|[[File:RayMachowski-GTAIII.jpg]]<br>'''[[Ray Machowski]]'''
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|[[File:RayMachowski-GTAIII.jpg]]<br />'''[[Ray Machowski]]'''
 
|Ray Machowski is a [[LCPD in GTA III Era|LCPD]] police officer. He was originally against his corrupt partner [[Leon McAffrey]] but later became corrupt himself, employing [[Claude]] to kill McAffrey in [[2001]]. He later flees [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] after Internal Affairs investigate him and his links to the [[Yakuza]].
 
|Ray Machowski is a [[LCPD in GTA III Era|LCPD]] police officer. He was originally against his corrupt partner [[Leon McAffrey]] but later became corrupt himself, employing [[Claude]] to kill McAffrey in [[2001]]. He later flees [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] after Internal Affairs investigate him and his links to the [[Yakuza]].
|<small>Voiced by: [[Robert Loggia]] and Peter Appel.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: [[Robert Loggia]] and Peter Appel.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
 
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|[[File:MaddDogg-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Madd Dogg]]'''
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|[[File:MaddDogg-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Madd Dogg]]'''
 
|Madd Dogg is a rapper who lives in his [[Madd Dogg's Crib|mansion]] in [[Mulholland]], [[Los Santos]]. After his [[Alan Crawford|manager]] is killed he suffers from depression and attempts suicide. He becomes friends with [[Carl Johnson]], who begins to manage him. His career picks up again after [[1992]]. He once dated [[Rochell'le]].
 
|Madd Dogg is a rapper who lives in his [[Madd Dogg's Crib|mansion]] in [[Mulholland]], [[Los Santos]]. After his [[Alan Crawford|manager]] is killed he suffers from depression and attempts suicide. He becomes friends with [[Carl Johnson]], who begins to manage him. His career picks up again after [[1992]]. He once dated [[Rochell'le]].
|<small>Voiced by: [[wp:Ice-T|Ice-T]].<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: [[wp:Ice-T|Ice-T]].<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
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|'''[[Brother Maelcum]]'''
 
|'''[[Brother Maelcum]]'''
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|'''[[Mr. Magic]]'''
 
|'''[[Mr. Magic]]'''
 
|Mr. Magic is, in [[1986]], the DJ of the [[Wildstyle]] radio station in [[Vice City in GTA Vice City|Vice City]].
 
|Mr. Magic is, in [[1986]], the DJ of the [[Wildstyle]] radio station in [[Vice City in GTA Vice City|Vice City]].
|<small>Voiced by: [[Mr. Magic]].<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: [[Mr. Magic]].<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
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|'''[[Claude Maginot]]'''
 
|'''[[Claude Maginot]]'''
 
|Claude Maginot is a classically-trained actor who appears in [[Just the Five of Us]] and In the Future, There Will Be Robots.
 
|Claude Maginot is a classically-trained actor who appears in [[Just the Five of Us]] and In the Future, There Will Be Robots.
|<small>Voiced by: John Mauceri.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: John Mauceri.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
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|[[File:ChristovMahonvic-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Christov Mahonvic]]'''
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|[[File:ChristovMahonvic-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Christov Mahonvic]]'''
 
|Christov Mahonvic is a criminal in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] who is wanted by the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] for grand theft auto. He can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]], depending on the players choice.
 
|Christov Mahonvic is a criminal in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] who is wanted by the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] for grand theft auto. He can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]], depending on the players choice.
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|'''[[Lionel Makepeace]]'''
 
|'''[[Lionel Makepeace]]'''
 
|Lionel Makepeace is, in [[1984]], the host of the [[Emotion 98.3]] radio station in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]].
 
|Lionel Makepeace is, in [[1984]], the host of the [[Emotion 98.3]] radio station in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]].
|<small>Voiced by: Steve Stratton.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Steve Stratton.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
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|[[File:Malc-TLAD.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Malc]]'''
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|[[File:Malc-TLAD.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Malc]]'''
 
|Malc is, in [[2008]], a member of the [[Uptown Riders]] and an associate of [[DeSean]], [[Johnny Klebitz]] and [[The Lost Brotherhood]]. He helps Klebitz on missions from [[Elizabeta Torres]] and kidnaps [[Roman Bellic]].
 
|Malc is, in [[2008]], a member of the [[Uptown Riders]] and an associate of [[DeSean]], [[Johnny Klebitz]] and [[The Lost Brotherhood]]. He helps Klebitz on missions from [[Elizabeta Torres]] and kidnaps [[Roman Bellic]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]]</small>
 
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|[[File:MALCOMseX-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[MALCOMseX]]'''
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|[[File:MALCOMseX-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[MALCOMseX]]'''
|MALCOMseX is, in [[2008]], the name of a male user of the [[Love-meet.net|love-meet.net]] website. He can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
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|MALCOMseX is, in [[2008]], the name of a male user of the [[love-meet.net]] website. He can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|'''[[Molly Malmstein]]'''
 
|'''[[Molly Malmstein]]'''
 
|Molly Malmstein is the fictional assistant of [[Gordon Moorehead]] on [[Moorehead Rides Again]].
 
|Molly Malmstein is the fictional assistant of [[Gordon Moorehead]] on [[Moorehead Rides Again]].
|<small>Voiced by: Jen Cohn.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Jen Cohn.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
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|'''[[DJ Mama Doc]]'''
 
|'''[[DJ Mama Doc]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
 
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|[[File:BrotherMarcus-GTA1.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Brother Marcus]]'''
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|[[File:BrotherMarcus-GTA1.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Brother Marcus]]'''
 
|Brother Marcus is the leader of the [[Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love]] gang who employs the [[protagonist]] to work against the [[Babylon|government]].
 
|Brother Marcus is the leader of the [[Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love]] gang who employs the [[protagonist]] to work against the [[Babylon|government]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
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|[[File:MarkTenninch-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Mark Tenninch]]'''
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|[[File:MarkTenninch-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Mark Tenninch]]'''
|Mark Tenninch is, in [[2008]], a male member of the [[Love-meet.net|love-meet.net]] website. He can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
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|Mark Tenninch is, in [[2008]], a male member of the [[love-meet.net]] website. He can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
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|[[File:CharlesMartin-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Charles Martin]]'''
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|[[File:CharlesMartin-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Charles Martin]]'''
 
|Charles Martin is the Senator for [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] in [[2008]].
 
|Charles Martin is the Senator for [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] in [[2008]].
 
|[[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]
 
|[[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]
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|'''[[Fernando Martinez]]'''
 
|'''[[Fernando Martinez]]'''
 
|Fernando Martinez is a self proclaimed expert on love. In [[1984]] he was a reporter for [[Emotion 98.3]] and by [[1986]] was the stations host. By [[1992]] he had been run out of [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] and hosted an episode of the Lonely Hearts show on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]]. In [[2001]] he begins [[Fernando's New Beginnings]], advertising the show on [[Chatterbox FM]].
 
|Fernando Martinez is a self proclaimed expert on love. In [[1984]] he was a reporter for [[Emotion 98.3]] and by [[1986]] was the stations host. By [[1992]] he had been run out of [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] and hosted an episode of the Lonely Hearts show on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]]. In [[2001]] he begins [[Fernando's New Beginnings]], advertising the show on [[Chatterbox FM]].
|<small>Voiced by: Frank Chavez.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]], [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Frank Chavez.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]], [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
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|[[File:JerryMartinez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Jerry Martinez]]'''
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|[[File:JerryMartinez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Jerry Martinez]]'''
 
|Jerry Martinez is an army sergeant based, in 1984, in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. He takes his position lightly and employs [[Victor Vance]], getting Victor kicked out of the army. Martinez is killed by Victor Vance.
 
|Jerry Martinez is an army sergeant based, in 1984, in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. He takes his position lightly and employs [[Victor Vance]], getting Victor kicked out of the army. Martinez is killed by Victor Vance.
|<small>Voiced by: [[Felix Solis]].<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: [[Felix Solis]].<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
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|[[File:Mary-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Mary]]'''
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|[[File:Mary-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Mary]]'''
 
|Mary is a prostitute who lives, in [[1984]], in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. She is the favorite prostitute of [[Jerry Martinez]], who has [[Victor Vance]] bring her to [[Fort Baxter Air Base]].
 
|Mary is a prostitute who lives, in [[1984]], in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. She is the favorite prostitute of [[Jerry Martinez]], who has [[Victor Vance]] bring her to [[Fort Baxter Air Base]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
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|[[File:Mary-GTAA.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Mary (GTA A)|Mary]]'''
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|[[File:Mary-GTAA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Mary (GTA A)|Mary]]'''
 
|Mary is a fictional character in a film being shot in [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] in [[2000]]/[[2001]].
 
|Mary is a fictional character in a film being shot in [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] in [[2000]]/[[2001]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto Advance|A]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto Advance|A]]</small>
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|'''[[Mary-Beth Maybell]]'''
 
|'''[[Mary-Beth Maybell]]'''
 
|Mary-Beth Maybell is the frequently widowed DJ of [[K-Rose]] in [[1992]]. She has nine children, including [[Mary Ellen]], and has had a number of former husbands, all of whom died in mysterious circumstances.
 
|Mary-Beth Maybell is the frequently widowed DJ of [[K-Rose]] in [[1992]]. She has nine children, including [[Mary Ellen]], and has had a number of former husbands, all of whom died in mysterious circumstances.
|<small>Voiced by: Riette Burdick.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Riette Burdick.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
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|'''[[Ray Mathers]]'''
 
|'''[[Ray Mathers]]'''
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|'''[[Maurice]]'''
 
|'''[[Maurice]]'''
 
|Maurice is, in [[1992]], the host of the [[Gardening with Maurice]] program on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]].
 
|Maurice is, in [[1992]], the host of the [[Gardening with Maurice]] program on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]].
|<small>Voiced by: Andy Dick.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Andy Dick.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
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|'''[[Sister Maw]]'''
 
|'''[[Sister Maw]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
 
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|[[File:RealBadman-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Teafore Maxwell-Davies]]'''
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|[[File:RealBadman-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Teafore Maxwell-Davies]]'''
 
|Teafore Maxwell-Davies, also known as '''Real Badman''', is the head of the [[Jamaican Posse]], friend of [[Jacob Hughes]] and a cannabis dealer based in [[Broker]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. He hires [[Niko Bellic]] as a drug dealer, until the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|police]] begin to investigate him. Niko later meets him, with Maxwell-Davies at first failing to remember him. Niko agrees to help him again, killing some [[Russian Mafia]] gang members harassing Maxwell-Davies.
 
|Teafore Maxwell-Davies, also known as '''Real Badman''', is the head of the [[Jamaican Posse]], friend of [[Jacob Hughes]] and a cannabis dealer based in [[Broker]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. He hires [[Niko Bellic]] as a drug dealer, until the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|police]] begin to investigate him. Niko later meets him, with Maxwell-Davies at first failing to remember him. Niko agrees to help him again, killing some [[Russian Mafia]] gang members harassing Maxwell-Davies.
|<small>Voiced by: Seeborn.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Seeborn.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|'''[[May]]'''
 
|'''[[May]]'''
|May was [[Kent Paul|Kent Pauls]] first proper girlfriend. She left Kent Paul for [[Mark Cosgrove]].
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|May was [[Kent Paul]]s first proper girlfriend. She left Kent Paul for [[Mark Cosgrove]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
 
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|[[File:LeonMcAffrey-GTALCS.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Leon McAffrey]]'''
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|[[File:LeonMcAffrey-GTALCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Leon McAffrey]]'''
|Leon McAffrey is a corrupt [[LCPD in GTA III Era|LCPD] police officer who, in [[1998]], employs [[Toni Cipriani]], in order to make money himself. His partner is [[Ray Machowski]], who in [[2001]] employs [[Claude]] to kill McAffrey for turning states evidence against him.
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|Leon McAffrey is a corrupt [[LCPD in GTA III Era|LCPD]] police officer who, in [[1998]], employs [[Toni Cipriani]], in order to make money himself. His partner is [[Ray Machowski]], who in [[2001]] employs [[Claude]] to kill McAffrey for turning states evidence against him.
|<small>Voiced by: Ron Orbach.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Ron Orbach.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
 
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|[[File:RodneyMcEniry-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Rodney McEniry]]'''
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|[[File:RodneyMcEniry-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Rodney McEniry]]'''
 
|Rodney McEniry is, in [[2008]], a criminal in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] who is wanted by the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] for racketeering. He can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]], depending on the players choice.
 
|Rodney McEniry is, in [[2008]], a criminal in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] who is wanted by the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] for racketeering. He can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]], depending on the players choice.
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|'''[[Ryan McFallon]]'''
 
|'''[[Ryan McFallon]]'''
 
|Ryan McFallon is the host of the Pacemaker show on the [[Public Liberty Radio]] radio station in [[2008]].
 
|Ryan McFallon is the host of the Pacemaker show on the [[Public Liberty Radio]] radio station in [[2008]].
|<small>Voiced by: Bryan Tucker.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Bryan Tucker.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|'''[[Police Commissioner McGinley]]'''
 
|'''[[Police Commissioner McGinley]]'''
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|'''[[Christy McIntyre]]'''
 
|'''[[Christy McIntyre]]'''
 
|Christy McIntyre is, in [[1992]], the host of the [[Lonely Hearts]] program on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]] in [[San Andreas in GTA III Era|San Andreas]].
 
|Christy McIntyre is, in [[1992]], the host of the [[Lonely Hearts]] program on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]] in [[San Andreas in GTA III Era|San Andreas]].
|<small>Voiced by: Sara Moon.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Sara Moon.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
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|[[File:DerrickMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|89px]]<br>'''[[Derrick McReary]]'''
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|[[File:DerrickMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|89px]]<br />'''[[Derrick McReary]]'''
 
|Derrick McReary is seemingly the oldest member of the McReary Family. He is the brother of [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]] and [[Kate McReary|Kate]], and the son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. He has a drug and alcohol problem and he helped the IRA against the [[United Kingdom|British]]. He returns to [[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty City]] and can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]], although Niko can also kill his brother Francis.
 
|Derrick McReary is seemingly the oldest member of the McReary Family. He is the brother of [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]] and [[Kate McReary|Kate]], and the son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. He has a drug and alcohol problem and he helped the IRA against the [[United Kingdom|British]]. He returns to [[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty City]] and can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]], although Niko can also kill his brother Francis.
|<small>Voiced by: George Feaster.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: George Feaster.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|[[File:FrancisMcReary-GTAIV.JPG|100px]]<br>'''[[Francis McReary]]'''
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|[[File:FrancisMcReary-GTAIV.JPG|100px]]<br />'''[[Francis McReary]]'''
 
|Francis McReary is a corrupt [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] detective. Francis is the brother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]] and [[Kate McReary|Kate]], and the son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. He blackmails [[Niko Bellic]] into collecting memory sticks and other items to hide over his corruption. Francis can be killed by Niko, although Niko can also kill his brother Derrick.
 
|Francis McReary is a corrupt [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] detective. Francis is the brother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]] and [[Kate McReary|Kate]], and the son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. He blackmails [[Niko Bellic]] into collecting memory sticks and other items to hide over his corruption. Francis can be killed by Niko, although Niko can also kill his brother Derrick.
|<small>Voiced by: Thomas Lyons.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Thomas Lyons.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|[[File:GeraldMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|89px]]<br>'''[[Gerald McReary]]'''
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|[[File:GeraldMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|89px]]<br />'''[[Gerald McReary]]'''
 
|Gerald "Gerry" McReary is a member of the McReary Family, the brother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]] and [[Kate McReary]], and the son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. Gerald is arrested by the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] and is transported to the [[Alderney State Correctional Facility]]. he later asks [[Niko Bellic]] to kidnap [[Gracie Ancelotti]]. He later realizes he will spend a long time in prison, bidding farewell to Niko.
 
|Gerald "Gerry" McReary is a member of the McReary Family, the brother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]] and [[Kate McReary]], and the son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. Gerald is arrested by the [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] and is transported to the [[Alderney State Correctional Facility]]. he later asks [[Niko Bellic]] to kidnap [[Gracie Ancelotti]]. He later realizes he will spend a long time in prison, bidding farewell to Niko.
|<small>Voiced by: PJ Sosko.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: PJ Sosko.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
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|[[File:KateMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Kate McReary]]'''
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|[[File:KateMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Kate McReary]]'''
 
|Kate McReary is a member of the McReary Family, the sister of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]] and [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]], and the daughter of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. If [[Niko Bellic]] chooses the [[Revenge]] ending, she is killed in a drive-by shooting by [[James Pegorino]].
 
|Kate McReary is a member of the McReary Family, the sister of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]] and [[Patrick McReary|Patrick]], and the daughter of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. If [[Niko Bellic]] chooses the [[Revenge]] ending, she is killed in a drive-by shooting by [[James Pegorino]].
|<small>Voiced by: Mary Catherine Donnelly.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Mary Catherine Donnelly.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:MaureenMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Maureen McReary]]'''
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|[[File:MaureenMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Maureen McReary]]'''
 
|Maureen McReary is the mother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]], [[Kate McReary|Kate]] and [[Patrick McReary]], and widow of [[Mr. McReary]]. She is later devastated at the loss of Derrick/Francis (depending on the players choice) and can also lose her daughter Kate (depending on the player's choice).
 
|Maureen McReary is the mother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]], [[Kate McReary|Kate]] and [[Patrick McReary]], and widow of [[Mr. McReary]]. She is later devastated at the loss of Derrick/Francis (depending on the players choice) and can also lose her daughter Kate (depending on the player's choice).
|<small>Voiced by: Doris Belack.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Doris Belack.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Mr. McReary]]'''
 
|'''[[Mr. McReary]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:PatrickMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Patrick McReary]]'''
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|[[File:PatrickMcReary-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Patrick McReary]]'''
 
|Patrick McReary, also known as '''Packie McReary''', is a twenty-nine year old member of the McReary Family, the brother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]] and [[Kate McReary|Kate]], and son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. Patrick has a drug and alcohol problem. He works alongside [[Niko Bellic]], including a bank robbery and the murder of [[Aiden O'Malley]].
 
|Patrick McReary, also known as '''Packie McReary''', is a twenty-nine year old member of the McReary Family, the brother of [[Derrick McReary|Derrick]], [[Francis McReary|Francis]], [[Gerald McReary|Gerald]] and [[Kate McReary|Kate]], and son of [[Maureen McReary|Maureen]] and [[Mr. McReary]]. Patrick has a drug and alcohol problem. He works alongside [[Niko Bellic]], including a bank robbery and the murder of [[Aiden O'Malley]].
|<small>Voiced by: Ryan Johnston.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Ryan Johnston.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Hot Dog McShaw]]'''
 
|'''[[Hot Dog McShaw]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 2|2]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 2|2]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:BrianMeech-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Brian Meech]]'''
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|[[File:BrianMeech-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Brian Meech]]'''
 
|Brian is an Ivy League educated banker and crack addict who employs [[Niko Bellic]] on his journey to sobriety.
 
|Brian is an Ivy League educated banker and crack addict who employs [[Niko Bellic]] on his journey to sobriety.
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mel-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Mel (GTA IV)|Mel]]'''
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|[[File:Mel-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Mel (GTA IV)|Mel]]'''
 
|Mel is, in [[2008]], a customer at [[Comrades Bar]] who at first shouts at [[Niko Bellic]], before meeting him again later after sobering up. He asks Niko to accompany him when he repays his debt, with Niko saving Mel's life.
 
|Mel is, in [[2008]], a customer at [[Comrades Bar]] who at first shouts at [[Niko Bellic]], before meeting him again later after sobering up. He asks Niko to accompany him when he repays his debt, with Niko saving Mel's life.
|<small>Voiced by: Larry Fleishman.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Larry Fleishman.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Armando&DiegoMendez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Armando Mendez]]'''<br>(''left'')
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|[[File:Armando&DiegoMendez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Armando Mendez]]'''<br />(''left'')
 
|Armando Mendez is, alongside his [[Diego Mendez|brother]], the co-leader of the [[Mendez Cartel]]. He is a large scale drug dealer who employs [[Victor Vance]]. He later kidnaps and kills [[Louise Cassidy-Williams]]. He is killed by Victor Vance.
 
|Armando Mendez is, alongside his [[Diego Mendez|brother]], the co-leader of the [[Mendez Cartel]]. He is a large scale drug dealer who employs [[Victor Vance]]. He later kidnaps and kills [[Louise Cassidy-Williams]]. He is killed by Victor Vance.
|<small>Voiced by: Yul Vazquez.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Yul Vazquez.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Armando&DiegoMendez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Diego Mendez]]'''<br>(''right'')
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|[[File:Armando&DiegoMendez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Diego Mendez]]'''<br />(''right'')
 
|Diego Mendez is, alongside his [[Armando Mendez|brother]], the co-leader of the [[Mendez Cartel]]. He is a large scale drug dealer who employs [[Victor Vance]]. Diego is killed by Victor Vance.
 
|Diego Mendez is, alongside his [[Armando Mendez|brother]], the co-leader of the [[Mendez Cartel]]. He is a large scale drug dealer who employs [[Victor Vance]]. Diego is killed by Victor Vance.
|<small>Voiced by: Ruben Trujillo.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Ruben Trujillo.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:T-BoneMendez-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[T-Bone Mendez]]'''
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|[[File:T-BoneMendez-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[T-Bone Mendez]]'''
 
|T-Bone Mendez is the leader of the [[San Fierro Rifa]] and co-leader of the [[Loco Syndicate]]. He is killed by [[Carl Johnson]].
 
|T-Bone Mendez is the leader of the [[San Fierro Rifa]] and co-leader of the [[Loco Syndicate]]. He is killed by [[Carl Johnson]].
|<small>Voiced by: [[Kid Frost]].<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: [[Kid Frost]].<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Vito Menotti]]'''
 
|'''[[Vito Menotti]]'''
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|'''[[Morgan Merryweather]]'''
 
|'''[[Morgan Merryweather]]'''
 
|Morgan Merryweather is the host of [[Double Clef FM]] and a reporter for the [[Liberty Tree]] newspaper in [[2001]]. In [[1986]] he phoned into [[K-CHAT]] to talk with [[Claude Maginot]], and in [[1998]] he phones into Double Clef FM, to complain about [[Sergio Boccino]], the stations host.
 
|Morgan Merryweather is the host of [[Double Clef FM]] and a reporter for the [[Liberty Tree]] newspaper in [[2001]]. In [[1986]] he phoned into [[K-CHAT]] to talk with [[Claude Maginot]], and in [[1998]] he phones into Double Clef FM, to complain about [[Sergio Boccino]], the stations host.
|<small>Voiced by: Gerry Cosgrove.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Gerry Cosgrove.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:JasonMichaels-TLAD.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Jason Michaels]]'''
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|[[File:JasonMichaels-TLAD.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Jason Michaels]]'''
 
|Jason Michaels is a member of [[The Lost Brotherhood]] biker gang. In [[2008]], he dates [[Anna Faustin]], although he is later killed by [[Niko Bellic]] on orders from [[Mikhail Faustin]], Anna's father.
 
|Jason Michaels is a member of [[The Lost Brotherhood]] biker gang. In [[2008]], he dates [[Anna Faustin]], although he is later killed by [[Niko Bellic]] on orders from [[Mikhail Faustin]], Anna's father.
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]] and [[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]] and [[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]]</small>
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|'''[[Phillip Michaels]]'''
 
|'''[[Phillip Michaels]]'''
 
|Phillip "PM" Michaels is, in [[1992]], the DJ of the [[CSR 103.9]] radio station in [[San Andreas in GTA III Era|San Andreas]].
 
|Phillip "PM" Michaels is, in [[1992]], the DJ of the [[CSR 103.9]] radio station in [[San Andreas in GTA III Era|San Andreas]].
|<small>Voiced by: Michael Bivins.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Michael Bivins.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Michelle (GTA VCS)|Michelle]]'''
 
|'''[[Michelle (GTA VCS)|Michelle]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:BarryMickelthwaite-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Barry Mickelthwaite]]'''
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|[[File:BarryMickelthwaite-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Barry Mickelthwaite]]'''
 
|Barry Mickelthwaite is [[Phil Collins|Phil Collins']] manager in [[1984]]. He is heavily in debt to [[Giorgio Forelli]] but is saved by [[Victor Vance]] from [[Forelli Family|Forelli]] hitmen.
 
|Barry Mickelthwaite is [[Phil Collins|Phil Collins']] manager in [[1984]]. He is heavily in debt to [[Giorgio Forelli]] but is saved by [[Victor Vance]] from [[Forelli Family|Forelli]] hitmen.
|<small>Voiced by: [[Timothy Spall]].<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: [[Timothy Spall]].<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Mickey (GTA SA)|Mickey]]'''
 
|'''[[Mickey (GTA SA)|Mickey]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mickey-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Mickey (GTA IV)|Mickey]]'''
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|[[File:Mickey-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Mickey (GTA IV)|Mickey]]'''
 
|Mickey is, in [[2008]], the bartender of [[Vladimir Glebov|Vladimir Glebov's]] [[Comrades Bar]] in [[Hove Beach]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]].
 
|Mickey is, in [[2008]], the bartender of [[Vladimir Glebov|Vladimir Glebov's]] [[Comrades Bar]] in [[Hove Beach]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969|L 1969]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961|L 1961]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969|L 1969]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961|L 1961]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Miguel-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Miguel]]'''
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|[[File:Miguel-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Miguel]]'''
 
|Miguel is a leading figure in the [[Colombian Cartel]] from [[1998]]. He was seemingly killed by [[Toni Cipriani]] in 1998 but survived. He was seemingly killed by [[Claude]] in [[2001]], although he may have survived.
 
|Miguel is a leading figure in the [[Colombian Cartel]] from [[1998]]. He was seemingly killed by [[Toni Cipriani]] in 1998 but survived. He was seemingly killed by [[Claude]] in [[2001]], although he may have survived.
|<small>Voiced by: Al Espinosa.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Al Espinosa.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|LCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mike-GTAA.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Mike]]'''
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|[[File:Mike-GTAA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Mike]]'''
 
|Mike is the [[protagonist]] of [[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]. He works for various criminal figures to find out who killed his best friend [[Vinnie]], before discovering Vinnie faked his own death. he later flees [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]].
 
|Mike is the [[protagonist]] of [[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]. He works for various criminal figures to find out who killed his best friend [[Vinnie]], before discovering Vinnie faked his own death. he later flees [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto Advance|A]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto Advance|A]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mike-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Mike (GTA SA)|Mike]]'''
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|[[File:Mike-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Mike (GTA SA)|Mike]]'''
 
|Mike is [[Salvatore Leone|Salvatore Leone's]] bodyguard in [[1992]], whilst Salvatore is in [[Las Venturas]].
 
|Mike is [[Salvatore Leone|Salvatore Leone's]] bodyguard in [[1992]], whilst Salvatore is in [[Las Venturas]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mike-GTAVC.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Mike (GTA VC)|Mike]]'''
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|[[File:Mike-GTAVC.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Mike (GTA VC)|Mike]]'''
 
|Mike is a member of the [[Diaz's Gang]], acting as a bodyguard for [[Ricardo Diaz]] in [[The Party]]. He later joins the [[Vercetti Gang]], helping [[Tommy Vercetti]] get protection money from [[Front Page Café]] and attempts to blow up the [[Tarbrush Café]] in the [[North Point Mall]], with the bomb failing to detonate.
 
|Mike is a member of the [[Diaz's Gang]], acting as a bodyguard for [[Ricardo Diaz]] in [[The Party]]. He later joins the [[Vercetti Gang]], helping [[Tommy Vercetti]] get protection money from [[Front Page Café]] and attempts to blow up the [[Tarbrush Café]] in the [[North Point Mall]], with the bomb failing to detonate.
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mikki-GTA1.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Mikki]]'''
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|[[File:Mikki-GTA1.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Mikki]]'''
 
|Mikki is one of the choices for [[protagonist]] in [[Grand Theft Auto 1|GTA 1]].
 
|Mikki is one of the choices for [[protagonist]] in [[Grand Theft Auto 1|GTA 1]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto 1|1]]</small>
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:MissUnderstood-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Miss Understood]]'''
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|[[File:MissUnderstood-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Miss Understood]]'''
|Miss Understood is, in [[2008]], the name of a female member of the [[Love-meet.net|love-meet.net]] website. She can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
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|Miss Understood is, in [[2008]], the name of a female member of the [[love-meet.net]] website. She can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Misty-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Misty]]'''
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|[[File:Misty-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Misty]]'''
 
|Misty is a prostitute who, in [[2000]]/[[2001]], works for [[Asuka Kasen]]. By October 2001 she works for [[Luigi Goterelli]] and [[Mickey Hamfists|Mickey Hamfists']] at [[Luigi's Sex Club 7]], becoming a regular client of [[Joey Leone]]. She lives in [[Hepburn Heights]], [[Portland]].
 
|Misty is a prostitute who, in [[2000]]/[[2001]], works for [[Asuka Kasen]]. By October 2001 she works for [[Luigi Goterelli]] and [[Mickey Hamfists|Mickey Hamfists']] at [[Luigi's Sex Club 7]], becoming a regular client of [[Joey Leone]]. She lives in [[Hepburn Heights]], [[Portland]].
|<small>Voiced by: Kim Gurney.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Kim Gurney.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto III|III]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Jenny Mitchell]]'''
 
|'''[[Jenny Mitchell]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mittens-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Mittens]]'''
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|[[File:Mittens-GTAIV.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Mittens]]'''
|Mittens is, in [[2008]], the name of a female member of the [[Love-meet.net|love-meet.net]] website. She can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
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|Mittens is, in [[2008]], the name of a female member of the [[love-meet.net]] website. She can not be dated by [[Niko Bellic]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:Mohammed-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Mohammed]]'''
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|[[File:Mohammed-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Mohammed]]'''
 
|Mohammad is a taxi driver employed by [[Roman Bellic]]. He dislikes both Roman and [[Niko Bellic]]. He only works for Roman to shut his wife up and to sleep with female customers.
 
|Mohammad is a taxi driver employed by [[Roman Bellic]]. He dislikes both Roman and [[Niko Bellic]]. He only works for Roman to shut his wife up and to sleep with female customers.
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|'''[[Michelle Montanius]]'''
 
|'''[[Michelle Montanius]]'''
 
|Michelle Montanius is the co-host of [[Vice City Public Radio|VCPR]] in both 1984 and 1986, alongside [[Jonathan Freeloader]]. She was romantically involved with [[Maurice Chavez]] and became pregnant. It is unknown whether she kept her child.
 
|Michelle Montanius is the co-host of [[Vice City Public Radio|VCPR]] in both 1984 and 1986, alongside [[Jonathan Freeloader]]. She was romantically involved with [[Maurice Chavez]] and became pregnant. It is unknown whether she kept her child.
|<small>Voiced by: Kelly Guest.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Kelly Guest.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Chuck Montresse]]'''
 
|'''[[Chuck Montresse]]'''
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|'''[[Gethsemanee Starhawk Moonmaker]]'''
 
|'''[[Gethsemanee Starhawk Moonmaker]]'''
 
|Gethsemanee Starhawk Moonmaker (birth name unknown) is a member of a compost coven in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] who works at a rock and bead shop. She has also written a book, Lovin' the Coven,  
 
|Gethsemanee Starhawk Moonmaker (birth name unknown) is a member of a compost coven in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] who works at a rock and bead shop. She has also written a book, Lovin' the Coven,  
|<small>Voiced by: Lynn Lipton.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Lynn Lipton.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Gordon Moorehead]]'''
 
|'''[[Gordon Moorehead]]'''
 
|Gordon Moorehead, also referred to as '''George Moorehead''', is the fictional star of Moorehead Rides Again, a 1940s/1950s detective show broadcast over the radio.
 
|Gordon Moorehead, also referred to as '''George Moorehead''', is the fictional star of Moorehead Rides Again, a 1940s/1950s detective show broadcast over the radio.
|<small>Voiced by: Lloyd Floyd.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Lloyd Floyd.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|VCS]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:RodneyMorash-GTAL.png|100px]]<br>'''[[Rodney Morash]]'''
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|[[File:RodneyMorash-GTAL.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Rodney Morash]]'''
 
|Rodney Morash is one of the choices for [[protagonist]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969|GTA London, 1969]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961|GTA London, 1961]].
 
|Rodney Morash is one of the choices for [[protagonist]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969|GTA London, 1969]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961|GTA London, 1961]].
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969|L 1969]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961|L 1961]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969|L 1969]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961|L 1961]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:BledarMorina-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Bledar Morina]]'''
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|[[File:BledarMorina-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Bledar Morina]]'''
 
|Bledar Morina is a member of the [[Albanian Mafia]] who attempts to get back money from [[Roman Bellic]]. Bledar can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]].
 
|Bledar Morina is a member of the [[Albanian Mafia]] who attempts to get back money from [[Roman Bellic]]. Bledar can be killed by [[Niko Bellic]].
|<small>Voiced by: Gregory Korostishevsky.<br>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
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|<small>Voiced by: Gregory Korostishevsky.<br />Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
 
|'''[[Glen Morley III]]'''
 
|'''[[Glen Morley III]]'''
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|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|VC]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:SuXiMu-GTASA.jpg]]<br>'''[[Su Xi Mu]]'''
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|[[File:SuXiMu-GTASA.jpg]]<br />'''[[Su Xi Mu]]'''
 
|Su Xi Mu is the assistant to [[Wu Zi Mu]], who resides in [[San Fierro]], and helps run the [[Four Dragons Casino]] in [[Las Venturas]].  
 
|Su Xi Mu is the assistant to [[Wu Zi Mu]], who resides in [[San Fierro]], and helps run the [[Four Dragons Casino]] in [[Las Venturas]].  
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|<small>Appears in: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]]</small>
 
|-
 
|-
|[[File:WuZiMu-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br>'''[[Wu Zi Mu]]'''
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|[[File:WuZiMu-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Wu Zi Mu]]'''
 
|Wu Zi Mu, also known as '''Woozie''',  is the leader of the Mountain Cloud Boys and second in command of the [[San Fierro Triads]]. He becomes friends with [[Carl Johnson]], owns a betting shop and later one third of the [[Four Dragons Casino]]. Despite being blind, he is an excellent race driver.
 
|Wu Zi Mu, also known as '''Woozie''',  is the leader of the Mountain Cloud Boys and second in command of the [[San Fierro Triads]]. He becomes friends with [[Carl Johnson]], owns a betting shop and later one third of the [[Four Dragons Casino]]. Despite being blind, he is an excellent race driver.
 
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|Samantha Muldoon is a socialite who has been married four times, although none lasted a month. She is the ex-wife of [[Kirk Simplex]].
 
|Samantha Muldoon is a socialite who has been married four times, although none lasted a month. She is the ex-wife of [[Kirk Simplex]].
 
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|Mystique (born 1965/1966) is a prostitute who resides in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] who, in [[1984]], wins [[Money|$]]250,000 from the Vice City Lotto Scratch Off Jackpot, splitting the money with [[Destiny]]. A week later, however, she had spent the money and returned to working as a prostitute.
 
|Mystique (born 1965/1966) is a prostitute who resides in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] who, in [[1984]], wins [[Money|$]]250,000 from the Vice City Lotto Scratch Off Jackpot, splitting the money with [[Destiny]]. A week later, however, she had spent the money and returned to working as a prostitute.
 
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This is a list of Characters in the Grand Theft Auto series, listed on the letter M, 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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Character Information Notes
Ma'am Ma'am is an Iranian football/soccer player who plays for the Liberty City Cocks, scoring three times in the September 2001 local derby (against the Liberty City Beavers. Appears in: III
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Maccer
Maccer, born in 1965, is the English lead singer of The Gurning Chimps. In 1992 he was managed by Kent Paul and at one point lost his fellow band members. The band later got together and went on a world tour, but they were later banned in Australia and Maccer began following the Epsilon Program. Voiced by: Shaun Ryder.
Appears in: SA
Lenny Macelton Lenny Macelton is an LCPD police officer assisting Albert Thomas in running a meth lab to gain insider knowledge on local drug dealers. Appears in: IV
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Ray Machowski
Ray Machowski is a LCPD police officer. He was originally against his corrupt partner Leon McAffrey but later became corrupt himself, employing Claude to kill McAffrey in 2001. He later flees Liberty City after Internal Affairs investigate him and his links to the Yakuza. Voiced by: Robert Loggia and Peter Appel.
Appears in: III and LCS
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Madd Dogg
Madd Dogg is a rapper who lives in his mansion in Mulholland, Los Santos. After his manager is killed he suffers from depression and attempts suicide. He becomes friends with Carl Johnson, who begins to manage him. His career picks up again after 1992. He once dated Rochell'le. Voiced by: Ice-T.
Appears in: SA
Brother Maelcum Brother Maelcum is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love in Vice City. He is rescued by the protagonist from the government assassins. Appears in: 1
Maggie May Maggie May is a member of the Rednecks gang who resides in Anywhere City. She is the daughter of Pa Wayne and has many siblings, including Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Boff, Sammy Jo, Teri Barbara, Bonny, Jonny W., Billy Bob, Bobby Bill and Fabrizio. Appears in: 2
Sister Maggie Sister Maggie is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love in Vice City. Appears in: 1
Mr. Magic Mr. Magic is, in 1986, the DJ of the Wildstyle radio station in Vice City. Voiced by: Mr. Magic.
Appears in: VC
Claude Maginot Claude Maginot is a classically-trained actor who appears in Just the Five of Us and In the Future, There Will Be Robots. Voiced by: John Mauceri.
Appears in: VC
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Christov Mahonvic
Christov Mahonvic is a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for grand theft auto. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Lionel Makepeace Lionel Makepeace is, in 1984, the host of the Emotion 98.3 radio station in Vice City. Voiced by: Steve Stratton.
Appears in: VCS
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Malc
Malc is, in 2008, a member of the Uptown Riders and an associate of DeSean, Johnny Klebitz and The Lost Brotherhood. He helps Klebitz on missions from Elizabeta Torres and kidnaps Roman Bellic. Appears in: TLAD
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MALCOMseX
MALCOMseX is, in 2008, the name of a male user of the love-meet.net website. He can not be dated by Niko Bellic. Appears in: IV
Bob Malkin Bob Malkin is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Molly Malmstein Molly Malmstein is the fictional assistant of Gordon Moorehead on Moorehead Rides Again. Voiced by: Jen Cohn.
Appears in: VCS
DJ Mama Doc DJ Mama Doc is the DJ for the Osmosis Radio station in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Peter Marchetti Peter Marchetti is a bodyguard for James Pegorino, the Don of the Pegorino Family. He, alongside Marco Bonnaro, are killed by Pavano Family hitmen. Appears in: IV
Paul Marchiando Paul Marchiando is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
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Brother Marcus
Brother Marcus is the leader of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love gang who employs the protagonist to work against the government. Appears in: 1
Marie Sue Marie Sue is the wife of Larry Joe in 1984. Appears in: VCS
Mario Mario is a bodyguard for the Vercetti Gang in 1986 and resides in Vice City. Appears in: VC
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Mark Tenninch
Mark Tenninch is, in 2008, a male member of the love-meet.net website. He can not be dated by Niko Bellic. Appears in: IV
Martha Martha is, in 2001, a resident of Liberty City. She phones Chatterbox FM and tells Lazlow how she also listens to the show when she has her colon irrigated. She is a fan of the internet and refers to Lazlow as Leslie. Appears in: III
Martin Martin was a fireman in Kent, England in 1979. Kent Paul walked in on his sister having sex with Martin. Appears in: VC
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Charles Martin
Charles Martin is the Senator for Liberty City in 2008. IV
Turk Martin Turk Martin is, in 1992, an SFPD police detective who is investigating the illegal racing in Red County and San Fierro. Appears in: SA
Fernando Martinez Fernando Martinez is a self proclaimed expert on love. In 1984 he was a reporter for Emotion 98.3 and by 1986 was the stations host. By 1992 he had been run out of Vice City and hosted an episode of the Lonely Hearts show on WCTR. In 2001 he begins Fernando's New Beginnings, advertising the show on Chatterbox FM. Voiced by: Frank Chavez.
Appears in: III, VC, SA and VCS
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Jerry Martinez
Jerry Martinez is an army sergeant based, in 1984, in Vice City. He takes his position lightly and employs Victor Vance, getting Victor kicked out of the army. Martinez is killed by Victor Vance. Voiced by: Felix Solis.
Appears in: VCS
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Mary
Mary is a prostitute who lives, in 1984, in Vice City. She is the favorite prostitute of Jerry Martinez, who has Victor Vance bring her to Fort Baxter Air Base. Appears in: VCS
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Mary
Mary is a fictional character in a film being shot in Liberty City in 2000/2001. Appears in: A
Mary Beth Mary Beth is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. Her father is Pa Wayne and she has many siblings, including Bob, Joleyn, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Boff, Sammy Jo, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Bonny, Jonny W., Billy Bob, Bobby Bill and Fabrizio. Appears in: 2
Mary-Beth Maybell Mary-Beth Maybell is the frequently widowed DJ of K-Rose in 1992. She has nine children, including Mary Ellen, and has had a number of former husbands, all of whom died in mysterious circumstances. Voiced by: Riette Burdick.
Appears in: SA
Ray Mathers Ray Mathers is the Head of Immigration at Francis International Airport in 2001. He refuses the Old Oriental Gentleman entry to the United States. Appears in: III
Charles Matteo Charles Matteo, known as "Chubby Charlie", is, in 2008, the sixty year old Underboss of the Ancelotti Family, representing the family at The Commission. He goes into hiding in Alderney after skipping bail on racketeering charges. Niko Bellic kills him on orders from Phil Bell, after Matteo discovers Bell's involvement in sabotaging a cocaine deal between the Ancelotti Family and the Russian Mafia. Appears in: IV
Maurice Maurice is, in 1992, the host of the Gardening with Maurice program on WCTR. Voiced by: Andy Dick.
Appears in: SA
Sister Maw Sister Maw is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love in Vice City. Appears in: 1
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Teafore Maxwell-Davies
Teafore Maxwell-Davies, also known as Real Badman, is the head of the Jamaican Posse, friend of Jacob Hughes and a cannabis dealer based in Broker, Liberty City. He hires Niko Bellic as a drug dealer, until the police begin to investigate him. Niko later meets him, with Maxwell-Davies at first failing to remember him. Niko agrees to help him again, killing some Russian Mafia gang members harassing Maxwell-Davies. Voiced by: Seeborn.
Appears in: IV
May May was Kent Pauls first proper girlfriend. She left Kent Paul for Mark Cosgrove. Appears in: VC
Mary Mayfly Era Mary Mayfly is a liberal politician in City Hall who Weazel News want replaced. Appears in: IV
William Mazyck William Mazyck is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
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Leon McAffrey
Leon McAffrey is a corrupt LCPD police officer who, in 1998, employs Toni Cipriani, in order to make money himself. His partner is Ray Machowski, who in 2001 employs Claude to kill McAffrey for turning states evidence against him. Voiced by: Ron Orbach.
Appears in: III and LCS
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Rodney McEniry
Rodney McEniry 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
Beverly McFadden Beverly McFadden is the commanding officer of Fort Baxter Air Base in 1984. He admits to turning a blind eye to many soldiers actions in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Ryan McFallon Ryan McFallon is the host of the Pacemaker show on the Public Liberty Radio radio station in 2008. Voiced by: Bryan Tucker.
Appears in: IV
Police Commissioner McGinley Police Commissioner McGinley is, in 1984, the police commissioner for the VCPD. Appears in: VCS
Christy McIntyre Christy McIntyre is, in 1992, the host of the Lonely Hearts program on WCTR in San Andreas. Voiced by: Sara Moon.
Appears in: SA
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Derrick McReary
Derrick McReary is seemingly the oldest member of the McReary Family. He is the brother of Gerald, Francis, Patrick and Kate, and the son of Maureen and Mr. McReary. He has a drug and alcohol problem and he helped the IRA against the British. He returns to Liberty City and can be killed by Niko Bellic, although Niko can also kill his brother Francis. Voiced by: George Feaster.
Appears in: IV
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Francis McReary
Francis McReary is a corrupt LCPD detective. Francis is the brother of Derrick, Patrick and Kate, and the son of Maureen and Mr. McReary. He blackmails Niko Bellic into collecting memory sticks and other items to hide over his corruption. Francis can be killed by Niko, although Niko can also kill his brother Derrick. Voiced by: Thomas Lyons.
Appears in: IV
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Gerald McReary
Gerald "Gerry" McReary is a member of the McReary Family, the brother of Derrick, Francis, Patrick and Kate McReary, and the son of Maureen and Mr. McReary. Gerald is arrested by the LCPD and is transported to the Alderney State Correctional Facility. he later asks Niko Bellic to kidnap Gracie Ancelotti. He later realizes he will spend a long time in prison, bidding farewell to Niko. Voiced by: PJ Sosko.
Appears in: IV
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Kate McReary
Kate McReary is a member of the McReary Family, the sister of Derrick, Francis, Gerald and Patrick, and the daughter of Maureen and Mr. McReary. If Niko Bellic chooses the Revenge ending, she is killed in a drive-by shooting by James Pegorino. Voiced by: Mary Catherine Donnelly.
Appears in: IV
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Maureen McReary
Maureen McReary is the mother of Derrick, Francis, Gerald, Kate and Patrick McReary, and widow of Mr. McReary. She is later devastated at the loss of Derrick/Francis (depending on the players choice) and can also lose her daughter Kate (depending on the player's choice). Voiced by: Doris Belack.
Appears in: IV
Mr. McReary Mr. McReary was the head of the McReary Family until his death in 1999 from an unknown cause. Appears in: IV
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Patrick McReary
Patrick McReary, also known as Packie McReary, is a twenty-nine year old member of the McReary Family, the brother of Derrick, Francis, Gerald and Kate, and son of Maureen and Mr. McReary. Patrick has a drug and alcohol problem. He works alongside Niko Bellic, including a bank robbery and the murder of Aiden O'Malley. Voiced by: Ryan Johnston.
Appears in: IV
Hot Dog McShaw Hotdog McShaw is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Tom Measures Tom Measures is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
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Brian Meech
Brian is an Ivy League educated banker and crack addict who employs Niko Bellic on his journey to sobriety. Appears in: IV
Mel Mel runs a re-spray shop in Liberty City. Appears in: 1
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Mel
Mel is, in 2008, a customer at Comrades Bar who at first shouts at Niko Bellic, before meeting him again later after sobering up. He asks Niko to accompany him when he repays his debt, with Niko saving Mel's life. Voiced by: Larry Fleishman.
Appears in: IV
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Armando Mendez
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Armando Mendez is, alongside his brother, the co-leader of the Mendez Cartel. He is a large scale drug dealer who employs Victor Vance. He later kidnaps and kills Louise Cassidy-Williams. He is killed by Victor Vance. Voiced by: Yul Vazquez.
Appears in: VCS
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Diego Mendez
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Diego Mendez is, alongside his brother, the co-leader of the Mendez Cartel. He is a large scale drug dealer who employs Victor Vance. Diego is killed by Victor Vance. Voiced by: Ruben Trujillo.
Appears in: VCS
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T-Bone Mendez
T-Bone Mendez is the leader of the San Fierro Rifa and co-leader of the Loco Syndicate. He is killed by Carl Johnson. Voiced by: Kid Frost.
Appears in: SA
Vito Menotti Vito "Dog Meat" Menotti is a former Pavano Family mobster who murdered numerous people in the early 1990s. When is arrested in 2008 he turns states evidence and is put into the witness protection program. Appears in: IV
Morgan Merryweather Morgan Merryweather is the host of Double Clef FM and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. In 1986 he phoned into K-CHAT to talk with Claude Maginot, and in 1998 he phones into Double Clef FM, to complain about Sergio Boccino, the stations host. Voiced by: Gerry Cosgrove.
Appears in: III, VC and LCS
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Jason Michaels
Jason Michaels is a member of The Lost Brotherhood biker gang. In 2008, he dates Anna Faustin, although he is later killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Mikhail Faustin, Anna's father. Appears in: IV and TLAD
Phillip Michaels Phillip "PM" Michaels is, in 1992, the DJ of the CSR 103.9 radio station in San Andreas. Voiced by: Michael Bivins.
Appears in: SA
Michelle Michelle is a caller from the Midwest who is sexually obsessed with Dwayne Thorn, possibly as a result from isolation against anything and everything foreign. Appears in: VCS
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Barry Mickelthwaite
Barry Mickelthwaite is Phil Collins' manager in 1984. He is heavily in debt to Giorgio Forelli but is saved by Victor Vance from Forelli hitmen. Voiced by: Timothy Spall.
Appears in: VCS
Mickey Mickey was a member of the Sindacco Family who ran Caligula's Casino until he was killed to allow for investsments from Salvatore Leone. Appears in: SA
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Mickey
Mickey is, in 2008, the bartender of Vladimir Glebov's Comrades Bar in Hove Beach, Liberty City. Appears in: IV
Midnight Midnight is a resident of London who was scheduled to do a job but backed out. The protagonist later kills him, as he never planned on doing the job. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
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Miguel
Miguel is a leading figure in the Colombian Cartel from 1998. He was seemingly killed by Toni Cipriani in 1998 but survived. He was seemingly killed by Claude in 2001, although he may have survived. Voiced by: Al Espinosa.
Appears in: III and LCS
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Mike
Mike is the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto Advance. He works for various criminal figures to find out who killed his best friend Vinnie, before discovering Vinnie faked his own death. he later flees Liberty City. Appears in: A
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Mike
Mike is Salvatore Leone's bodyguard in 1992, whilst Salvatore is in Las Venturas. Appears in: SA
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Mike
Mike is a member of the Diaz's Gang, acting as a bodyguard for Ricardo Diaz in The Party. He later joins the Vercetti Gang, helping Tommy Vercetti get protection money from Front Page Café and attempts to blow up the Tarbrush Café in the North Point Mall, with the bomb failing to detonate. Appears in: VC
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Mikki
Mikki is one of the choices for protagonist in GTA 1. Appears in: 1
Benjamin Mill Benjamin Mill is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Paul Mill Paul Mill is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
General Mills General Mills is in charge of the "Black Project" at Area 69. Appears in: SA
Lei Ming Lei Ming is the owner of the Drooping Lotus in Aye Valley, San Andreas. He pays protection money to Uncle Fu, with the protagonist collecting the money for Fu. Appears in: 1
Oleg Minkov Oleg Minkov is, in 2008, a criminal based in Liberty City. He is an associate of Vasily and Konstantin. He is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from United Liberty Paper. Appears in: IV
Harris Mint Harris Mint is a member of the Biker gang in Vice City. In 1984 he resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
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Miss Understood
Miss Understood is, in 2008, the name of a female member of the love-meet.net website. She can not be dated by Niko Bellic. Appears in: IV
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Misty
Misty is a prostitute who, in 2000/2001, works for Asuka Kasen. By October 2001 she works for Luigi Goterelli and Mickey Hamfists' at Luigi's Sex Club 7, becoming a regular client of Joey Leone. She lives in Hepburn Heights, Portland. Voiced by: Kim Gurney.
Appears in: III
Jenny Mitchell Jenny Mitchell is the host of MeTV News in Vice City in 1984. She lives in a condo in a gated community. Appears in: VCS
Leslie Mitchell Leslie Mitchell is a reporter for Weazel News in 2008. Appears in: IV
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Mittens
Mittens is, in 2008, the name of a female member of the love-meet.net website. She can not be dated by Niko Bellic. Appears in: IV
Mr. Moffat Mr. Moffat was to be a character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City who knew Tommy Vercetti from the past, asking him for help. Appears in: VC
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Mohammed
Mohammad is a taxi driver employed by Roman Bellic. He dislikes both Roman and Niko Bellic. He only works for Roman to shut his wife up and to sleep with female customers. Appears in: IV
Mona Mona is a prostitute who resided in Vice City in 1984. She is friends with Mary and helps Victor Vance locate her. Appears in: VCS
Monolito Monolito is an associate of El Burro who informs him of a bus being used to smuggle people across the border. The protagonist later pays Monolito with El Burro's money. Appears in: 1
Michelle Montanius Michelle Montanius is the co-host of VCPR in both 1984 and 1986, alongside Jonathan Freeloader. She was romantically involved with Maurice Chavez and became pregnant. It is unknown whether she kept her child. Voiced by: Kelly Guest.
Appears in: VC and VCS
Chuck Montresse Chuck Montresse is a police lieutenant in the LCPD in 2008. Appears in: IV
Gethsemanee Starhawk Moonmaker Gethsemanee Starhawk Moonmaker (birth name unknown) is a member of a compost coven in Vice City who works at a rock and bead shop. She has also written a book, Lovin' the Coven, Voiced by: Lynn Lipton.
Appears in: VC
Gordon Moorehead Gordon Moorehead, also referred to as George Moorehead, is the fictional star of Moorehead Rides Again, a 1940s/1950s detective show broadcast over the radio. Voiced by: Lloyd Floyd.
Appears in: VCS
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Rodney Morash
Rodney Morash is one of the choices for protagonist in GTA London, 1969 and GTA London, 1961. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
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Bledar Morina
Bledar Morina is a member of the Albanian Mafia who attempts to get back money from Roman Bellic. Bledar can be killed by Niko Bellic. Voiced by: Gregory Korostishevsky.
Appears in: IV
Glen Morley III Glen Morley III is a resident of Liberty City who, until February 2001, had been a peaceful member of society. However he bought a gun due to the increasing number of car jackings in the city. Appears in: III
Nicholas Morris Nicholas Morris is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Gaylord Morrisen Gaylord Morrisen is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 1998. Appears in: LCS
Moweesha Moweesha is a resident of Vice City in 1986 who is believed to be participating in dubious practices with Leo Teal. Moweesha is also believed to be paid company for other men in the city. Appears in: VC
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Su Xi Mu
Su Xi Mu is the assistant to Wu Zi Mu, who resides in San Fierro, and helps run the Four Dragons Casino in Las Venturas. Appears in: SA
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Wu Zi Mu
Wu Zi Mu, also known as Woozie, is the leader of the Mountain Cloud Boys and second in command of the San Fierro Triads. He becomes friends with Carl Johnson, owns a betting shop and later one third of the Four Dragons Casino. Despite being blind, he is an excellent race driver. Appears in: SA
Ron A. Muck Ron A. Muck is an associate of the Vance Crime Family who resides in Vice City in 1984. Appears in: VCS
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Samantha Muldoon
Samantha Muldoon is a socialite who has been married four times, although none lasted a month. She is the ex-wife of Kirk Simplex. Appears in: IV
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Mystique
Mystique (born 1965/1966) is a prostitute who resides in Vice City who, in 1984, wins $250,000 from the Vice City Lotto Scratch Off Jackpot, splitting the money with Destiny. A week later, however, she had spent the money and returned to working as a prostitute. Appears in: VCS


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