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This is a list of Characters in the Grand Theft Auto series, listed between the number eight and the letter B, 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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8-Ball
8-Ball is an explosives and firearms expert who owns bomb shops in Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas. In 1998 he helps Toni Cipriani to blow up part of Fort Staunton whilst in 2000/2001 helps Mike find Vinnie's killer. In 2001 he is arrested and later convicted on 85 charges of owning a firearm without a license. He later helps Claude find work and blow up a Colombian Cartel SPANK factory. His surname may be Mullan. Voiced by The Guru.
Appears in: III, A and LCS

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Jonas Ackerman Jonas Ackerman is a resident of Blueberry, San Andreas and is a follower of the Epsilon Program. Appears in: SA
Brother Aerol Brother Aerol is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love who is killed by government forces. Appears in: 1
Ulrika Afrique Ulrika Afrique is the girlfriend of Uno Carb, one of the three leaders of The Zaibatsu Corporation in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Raymond Alberga Raymond Alberga is suspected to be a major figure in the Liberty City Cosa Nostra. Appears in: IV
Judge Alberts Judge Alberts is a judge in Vice City who is killed after his car explodes. Appears in: 1
Alejandra Alejandra is a cashier at the TW@ Internet Café in Broker, Liberty City. Appears in: IV
Alfonso Alfonso is an associate of El Burro in San Andreas who is killed due to his strange behaviour, brought on by chemicals in a tanker. Appears in: 1
Colin Allcars Colin Allcars is a VCPD motorcycle police officer in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Marnie Allen Marnie Allen is a young woman from the Midwest who, in 2008, is addicted to drugs and resides in Liberty City. She employs Niko Bellic to help her and later returns home. After returning home she begins to attend college and is living happily with her parents. Voiced by: Reyna de Courcy.
Appears in: IV
Agent Alman Agent Alman is a DEA officer in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Alve Alve is a gang leader in San Andreas who is used to start a war with Paco, in order to kill Paco. Appears in: 1
Yusuf Amir Yusuf Amir is a successful entrepreneur from Dubai who is being extorted by an unknown mafia family, leading to his construction sites suffering from union strikes. Niko Bellic later helps Amir, on orders from Trey Stewart (Playboy X) but rejects Stewart's attempt to become partners, later agreeing to build a memorial on the site to workers who have died. Appears in: IV
Giovanni Ancelotti Giovanni Ancelotti is reportedly the Don of the Ancelotti Family and father of Gracie. Due to his age, his orders are given through his daughter Gracie. Appears in: IV
Gracie Ancelotti Gracie Ancelotti is the daughter of Giovanni Ancelotti, Don of the Ancelotti Family, who Niko kidnaps for Gerald McReary. She is later returned to her family and, if she spots Niko, sends Ancelotti Family mobsters to kill him. Voiced by: Rebecca Benhayon.
Appears in: IV.
Andee Andee is the co-host of Lips 106 in 1998, alongside Cliff Lane, who she dislikes, and is the stations sole host by 2001. Voiced by: Shelley Miller.
Appears in: III and LCS.
Ashley Anderson Ashley Anderson is a twenty year old resident of Liberty City and a friend of Brucie Kibbutz. Appears in: IV.
Andre the Accelerator Andre the Accelerator is the host of Rise FM in 2001. Appears in: III.
Jermaine Andrews Jermaine Andrews is an associate of the M.O.B. gang based in the Firefly Projects in Broker. He is a friend of Roman Bellic. Appears in: IV
Peter Armstrong Peter Armstrong is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Stretch Armstrong Stretch Armstrong is the co-host of Game Radio in 2001. Voiced by: Stretch Armstrong.
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Lester Arnold Lester Arnold is, in 2008, the leader of the Liberty City chapter of the The Angels of Death. Arnold is originally from San Fierro. Appears in: IV
Arthur Arthur reluctantly pays protection money to Jack Parkinson who has to be reminded why he pays protection. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Ernesto Asaltacunas Ernesto Asaltacunas is a resident of Liberty City who once dated Jill Von Crastenburg and was shown with her on the I'm Rich television show. Appears in: IV
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Fraser Ashley is an American lightweight boxer who in 1992 was scheduled to face Frank Gold. Appears in: SA
Jon Atkinson Jon Atkinson is a detective with the LCPD. Appears in: IV
Morgan August Morgan August is a resident of Los Santos who follows the Epsilon Program. Appears in: SA
Ramon Ayala Ramon Ayala, known as Daddy Yankee, is the DJ for the San Juan Sounds radio station in 2007 Liberty City. Voiced by: Ramon Ayala.
Appears in: IV
Roy Ayers Roy Ayers is the host of the Fusion FM radio station. Voiced by: Roy Ayers.
Appears in: IV

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Jizzy B.
Jizzy B. is the owner of the Pleasure Domes Club in San Fierro and co-runs the Loco Syndicate, alongside Mike Toreno and T-Bone Mendez. He employs Carl Johnson, who later kills him to stop the movement of drugs to Los Santos. Voiced by: Charlie Murphy.
Appears in: SA
Phil Bacerra Phil Bacerra 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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"Big" Mitch Baker is, in 1986, the leader of the Biker gang in Vice City. He frequents The Greasy Chopper bar and is a Vietnam war veteran, winning the Purple Heart. He has been jailed thirteen times. He employs Tommy Vercetti and later works as security for a Love Fist concert. Voiced by: Lee Majors.
Appears in: VC
Harry Balzac Harry Balzac is a male beachgoer who resides in Vice City. VCS
Lily Banbury Lily Banbury is a fictional character in the 1940s cop show Moorehead Rides Again. She is the daughter of Pete Banbury who had wanted to become a teacher. She is killed by the shows protagonist, Gordon Moorehead, to save her from a life of prostitution. Appears in: VCS.
Pete Banbury Pete Banbury is a fictional character in the 1940s cop show Moorehead Rides Again and is the father of Lily Banbury. He has lived in Vice Beach for fifty-five years, fishing the swamps for twenty years. In one episode is being tracked down by Gordon Moorehead and Molly Malmstein. They later kill him for being a communist and heading a prostitution ring. Voiced by: Jeff Steitzer.
Appears in: VCS
Ed Banger Ed Banger is, in 1998, a resident of Liberty City. Appears in: LCS
Robin Banks Robin Banks is an actor who resides in Vice City and appears as a goon during the mission The Audition. Appears in: VCS
Barbara Barbara is, in 2001, a prostitute working for Fernando Martinez' Fernando's New Beginnings. She meets Phil every Wednesday afternoon. Appears in: III
John Barbosa John Barbosa, known as Johnny Spaz, is, in 2008, a twenty-five year old waste collector in Liberty City. He, alongside Luca Silvestri and Joseph DiLeo, collected diamonds for Ray Boccino. However, after they attempted to keep the diamonds for themselves, Niko Bellic kills Barbosa. Appears in: IV
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Mallorie Bardas
Mallorie Bardas is, in 2008, the girlfriend and later wife of Roman Bellic who owns a house in Bohan, Liberty City. She works at Roman's taxi company later becomes pregnant. Voiced by: Elena Harvey Hurst.
Appears in: IV
Candy Barr Candy Barr is a prostitute who resides in Vice City and appears in the Ninja Centerfold magazine. Appears in: VCS
Clint Barrett Clint Barrett is a member of the Rednecks gang. Appears in: 2
TJ Barry TJ Barry is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2007. Appears in: IV
Richard Bastion Richard Bastion is the host of the WKTT's the Richard Bastion Show. Appears in: IV
Anita Bath Anita Bath is a female shopper who resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Brian Baylor Brian Baylor is a supporter of the Citizens United Negating Technology For Life and People's Safety campaign. Baylor resides in Shady Pines. Appears in: LCS
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Billy Bob Bean
Billy Bob Bean is the leader of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. He employs Claude Speed to help wage war against The Zaibatsu Corporation and the SRS Scientists. He is later killed by Claude Speed. Appears in: 2
Begbie Begbie is a drug dealer who resides in Vice City. He receives his drugs from former VCPD police officer Samuel Deever. Appears in: 1
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Phil Bell
Phil Bell is, in 2008, a member of the Pegorino Family who lives in Port Tudor, Alderney, Liberty City. He runs the Honkers club for the Pegorino Family and employs Niko Bellic. He leaves the Pegorino Family in the "Revenge" storyline. He is divorced and lost custody of his children to his ex-wife. Voiced by: Frank Bonsangue.
Appears in: IV
Milica Bellic Milica Bellic is the mother of Niko Bellic and aunt of Roman Bellic. She continues to live in her home country in Eastern Europe and e-mails Niko after he moves to Liberty City in 2008. Appears in: IV
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Niko Bellic
Niko Bellic (born 1978 in Yugoslavia is the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV and is the son of Milica Bellic. He grew up in war-torn Bosnia and had a brother, who was killed. He fought in the war and later worked for Rodislav Bulgarin, leaving for Liberty City in 2008, working on the Platypus ship. Upon his arrival, he began to live with and work for his cousin Roman, later working for many of Roman's friends and enemies. He commits numerous murders and falls in love with Kate McReary who, depending on the players choice, may die. Voiced by: Michael Hollick.
Appears in: IV
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Roman Bellic
Roman Bellic (born 1977) is the heavily in-debted cousin of Niko Bellic who lives in a flat in Broker, Liberty City. He also runs a taxi firm, which along with his flat are burnt down. He moves to Bohan and sets up another taxi firm. He dates Mallorie Bardas and in the "Revenge" storyline marries her, although in the "Deal" storyline he is killed. By the end of 2008 he and Mallorie are expecting a child Voiced by: Jason Zumwalt.
Appears in: IV
Teddy Benavidez Teddy Benavidez is the co-leader of the Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers, along with Willy Valerio. He was also an associate of Ray Boccino, who sends Niko Bellic to kill him. Appears in: IV
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Benny
Benny is a client of Millie Perkins who is killed by Carl Johnson. Appears in: SA
Jacquise Benson Jacquise Benson is a liberal politician based in Liberty City in 2008. Appears in: IV
Berkley Berkley is an electronics expert who, in 1992, resides in San Fierro. He also owns his own electronics store and is a rival of Zero. He attacks Zero's store but is fended off by Zero and Carl Johnson, who later force Berkley to leave San Fierro. However, the rivalry between Berkley and Zero continues. Appears in: SA
Beryl Beryl is the sister of Harold Cartwright who lived in Central Camden Town, London before being killed on the orders of Albert and Archie Crisp. Appears in: L 1969
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Beth Beth is a member of the Rednecks gang. She is the daughter of Pappy and has an unnamed daughter. Appears in: 2
Big Devil Big Devil is a deceased member of the Grove Street Families who was killed sometime before 1992. Appears in: SA
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Big Poppa
Big Poppa was a member of the Los Santos Vagos and a drug dealer, who gained control of Madd Dogg's Crib by taking it as payment for drugs from Madd Dogg. Big Poppa is later killed by Carl Johnson, when he and the San Fierro Triads take control of the mansion for Madd Dogg. Appears in: SA
Big Smilky Big Smilky is the owner and webmaster of the Forgotten Legends of West Coast Rap website. Appears in: SA
Dorothy Bigbottom Dorothy Bigbottom is, in 1998, a resident of Liberty City who e-mails the Liberty Tree newspaper complaining about the 'edutainment game' Pastmaster. Appears in: LCS
Bill Bill is, in 1998, co-host of the LCFR show The Electron Zone alongside Steve. Bill supports the Fruit LC computers. Voiced by: Michael Urichek.
Appears in: LCS
Billy Billy is the boyfriend of an un-named woman who also dates Jonnie in 2000. Billy chases Mike after he picks up his girlfriend and gives chase, however Mike manages to lose Billy. Appears in: A
Billy Bob Billy Bob is a member of the Rednecks gang. His father is 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., Bobby Bill and Fabrizio. Appears in: 2
Bilovski Bilovski is a member of the Russian Mafia who commits suicide by using a rocket launcher. Appears in: 2
Oliver Biscuit Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit is the host of Fever 105 in 1986. Voiced by: Julius Dyson.
Appears in: VC
Black Lightman Black Lightman is a film star who is killed by Toni Cipriani on orders from Father Ned for not giving the Liberty Tree newspaper an interview. Appears in: LCS
Donny Black Donny Black is a member of the Rednecks gang. 2
Mr. Black Mr. Black is a businessman who, in 1986, resides in Vice City. On orders from his employers, he employs Tommy Vercetti as a hitman, believing him to be Leo Teal. He orders the killings of Carl Pearson, Mrs. Dawson, Charlie Dilson, Franco Carter, Nick Kong, Mike Griffin, Marcus Hammond, Dick Tanner and another businessman. He also employs Tommy to disrupt a meeting between members of the FBI and the Streetwannabies. Appears in: VC
Tony Black Tony Black is, in 2008, a member of the Ancelotti Family who is set to meet some members of the Albanians. Niko Bellic rigs a bomb to Black's car and later detonates the bomb outside a factory, killing Black and many Ancelotti Family gang members. Appears in: IV
Johnnie Blain Johnnie Blain is, in 2001, a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in Liberty City. He writes the Leone: Like Father, Like Son? article. Appears in: III
Gern Blanston Gern Blanston, known as Gaffle One was a rapper who also worked as a pimp, before becoming a representative for ScamWay. Appears in: SA
Brother Boab Brother Boab is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love in Vice City. Appears in: 1
Dwight Boakin Dwight Boakin is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City and is the son of Pap Boakin. Claude Speed takes a trailer from outside his home to kill the police chief of the Anywhere City Police Department. Appears in: 2
Pap Boakin Pap Boakin is a member of the Rednecks gang and has a son, Dwight Boakin. Appears in: 2
Bob Bob is, in 2001, a resident of Pike Creek, Shoreside Vale, Liberty City. He phones Chatterbox FM and suggests shutting down schools. He has a son, called Johnny, who he taught clean the bathroom by age three and in 2001, aged seven, forces him to work for Ragin and Ponzer. He is seven years old, works for legal firm Ragin and Ponzer and earns $23,000 a year during the week and for another company photocopying various pieces of paper. Appears in: III
Bob Bob is an employee of the Vice City Police Department who finds the criminal files on the official [Grand Theft Auto: Vice City website, alongside Bruce. Appears in: VC
Cousin Bob Cousin Bob is the cousin of Trent Hopkins and, in 1984 was dating Hopkins' mother. Bob resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Crazy Bob Crazy Bob is an explosives expert who owns an explosives shop. He also receives a car rigged with a bomb at his home. Appears in: 1
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Curly Bob
Curly Bob is, in 2001, a barman at Luigi's Sex Club 7 in the Red Light District. He is addicted to SPANK and sells Leone Family secrets to the Colombian Cartel in return for the drug. However, this leads to his death at the hands of Claude. Voiced by: Hunter Platin.
Appears in: III
Nurse Bob Nurse Bob is, in 1998, the host of the Heartland Values show broadcast on LCFR. He is a devout Christian, is from the southern United States and usually attacks his guests. Voiced by: Chuck Montgomery.
Appears in: LCS
Bobby Bobby is, presumably, a member of the Sindacco Family who lives on the east coast of the United States (which may be Liberty City, Vice City or Carcer City). In 1992 he became an open homosexual. Appears in: SA
Bobby Bill Bobby Bill 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 Fabrizio. Appears in: 2
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Raymond Boccino
Raymond Boccino is a Capo for the Pegorino Family in Liberty City. He employs Niko Bellic to help with a diamond deal, which does not come through and is later killed on the orders of James Pegorino. Voiced by: Joe Barbara.
Appears in: IV
Sergio Boccino Sergio Boccino is a radio DJ who, in 1998, hosts the Double Clef FM station in Liberty City. By 2001 Boccino has been replaced by Morgan Merryweather. Appears in: LCS
Boff Boff is a member of the Rednecks gang. His/her father is Pa Wayne and he/she has many siblings, including Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Sammy Jo, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Bonny, Jonny W., Billy Bob, Bobby Bill and Fabrizio. Appears in: 2
Marty Boldenow Marty Boldenow is, in 2008, a criminal based in Liberty City who is wanted by the Liberty City Police Department for gang related violence. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Henry Bolt Henry Bolt was, in 1842, a colonel with the 66th Cavalry stationed in Fort Carson who led his troops towards Las Barrancas. However, he inadvertently led his troops into a large hole in the desert, which killed both Bolt and his troops. Appears in: SA
DJ Bombatumba DJ Bombatumba is the host of the KGBH radio station in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Randy Boner Randy Boner is, in 1998, a resident of Liberty City. Appears in: LCS
Marco Bonnaro g with the Pavano Family.Marco Bonnaro is, in 2008, a bodyguard for James Pegorino. He is killed in a meeting with the Pavano Family. Appears in: IV
Bonny Bonny is a member of the Rednecks gang. Her father is Pa Wayne and she has many siblings, including Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Sammy Jo, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Boff, Jonny W., Billy Bob, Bobby Bill and Fabrizio. Appears in: 2
Eduard Borodin Eduard Borodin is, in 2008, a Russian businessman who is financing terrorist activity in Liberty City. He is killed whilst flying in a helicopter by Niko Bellic and "Little" Jacob Hughes, on orders from United Liberty Paper. Appears in: IV
Salvatore Bottino Salvatore Bottino is, in 2008, a high ranking member of the Gambetti Family and formerly Jon Gravelli's right hand man, before being forced into hiding. He is wanted by the Liberty City Police Department for racketeering. He is known as Sammy. Appears in: IV
Carl Bradshaw Carl Bradshaw is a radio DJ who, in 2008, hosts the Tuff Gong Radio station in Liberty City. Appears in: IV
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Darko Brevic
Darko Brevic is a man who betrayed Niko Bellic's old army unit. He has a drug addiction and he sold out the unit for $1,000. Brevic is kidnapped by Jon Gravelli and brought to Liberty City. Darko can be killed by the player. Appears in: IV
Lou Bricant Lou Bricant is, in 1998, a resident of Liberty City. Appears in: LCS
Marlon Bridges Marlon Bridges is a member of the North Holland Hustlers gang who Niko Bellic kills on orders from gang leaders Playbox X (Trey Stewart) and Dwayne Forge. Appears in: IV
Leo Brodell Leo Brodell is, in 2008, a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for drug trafficking. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Brother Paw Brother Paw is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love and may be the father of Brother Marcus. Appears in: 1
Brother Soapy Brother Soapy is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love. Appears in: 1
Brother Wullie Brother Wullie is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love. Appears in: 1
Jan Brown Jan Brown is, in 1986, a resident of Vice City and the mother of Patrick III and Jono. She appears on VCPRs Pressing Issues to discuss morality. She is on medication and continues to live with her husband, despite knowing of his infidelity. Voiced by: Maureen Silliman.
Appears in: VC
Bruce Bruce is, in 1986, an employee of the Vice City Police Department who resides in Vice City. He finds the criminal files on the official Grand Theft Auto: Vice City website, alongside Bob. Appears in: VC
Bryson Bryson employs the protagonist of GTA 1 to pick up a briefcase, which is full of explosives. He has the protagonist drive and walk to various locations and later sends hitmen to kill him/her. Appears in: 1
Bub Bub is, in 1984, an actor residing in Vice City. He is set to appear as a zombie in the latest movie directed by Spitz. The movie, being shot in the mission The Audition, also features Victor Vance. Appears in: VCS
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Bubba
Bubba is one of the options for protagonist in GTA 1. Appears in: 1
Buckwheat Buckwheat is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. He owns a car crushing business and may be related to Buckwheat Mary. Appears in: 2
Buckwheat Mary Buckwheat Mary is a member of the Rednecks gang. She may be related to Buckwheat. Appears in: 2
Rodislav Bulgarin Rodislav Bulgarin is a Russian criminal who lives in the Mediterranean and runs a people smuggling ring. He used to employ Niko Bellic, until Niko's ship was taken by the authorities. He blamed Niko and chased him to Liberty City where he continues to ambush and kill Niko, failing each time. According to Bulgarin's police file he dies by the end of the GTA IV storyline. Voiced by: Vitali Baganov.
Appears in: IV
Des Buratto Des Buratto is, in 1984, a member of the Mendez Cartel and a resident of Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Keenan Burdett Keenan Burdett is, in 2008, a criminal based in Liberty City who is wanted by the Liberty City Police Department for armed robbery. Niko Bellic can kill Burdett depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
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Ned Burner
Ned Burner is. in 1998, a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper. He employs Toni Cipriani, from the Liberty City Cathedral on Staunton Island whilst posing as the reverend, to do various things to generate news. This includes killing Faith W., DB-P and Black Lightman, as well as stealing documents and diamonds. He is lated killed by Toni, having witnessed Toni and Donald Love killing Avery Carrington. His corpse is later stolen and presumably eaten by Love. Voiced by: Peter Bradbury.
Appears in: LCS
Kristen Burns Kristen Burns is, in 2001, a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper and a resident of Liberty City. Appears in: III
Richard Burns Richard Burns is, in 1992, a news reporter for the WCTR radio station in San Andreas and the boyfriend of Lianne Forget. He is later fired after the riots in Los Santos and moves to Liberty City, setting up a website about the history of the internet. It is unknown whether he continues to date Lianne Forget. Voiced by: Wil Wheaton.
Appears in: SA and LCS
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El Burro
El Burro is, in GTA 1, a homosexual Mexican living in San Andreas who is feuding with Uncle Fu. He hires the protagonist to help him in this feud.
El Burro is, in GTA III (2001), the leader of the Diablos gang in Hepburn Heights, Liberty City. He is involved in wars against the Leone Family and the Uptown Yardies. He briefly employs Claude, having him kill numerous Leone Family gang members with a ice cream truck laden with explosives. He is also involved in creating and distributing pornography, having started in at least 1986.
Voiced by: Chris Phillips.
Appears in: 1 and III
Ashley Butler Ashley Butler is the 'old lady' of Billy Grey, leader of The Lost Brotherhood and is an associate of Raymond Boccino, although it is hinted she may be having an affair with Boccino. She is also a methamphetamine addict. Appears in: IV
Officer Butts Officer Butts is a VCPD police officer. He resides in Vice City and drives a VCPD Cheetah. Appears in: VCS
Ivan Bytchkov Ivan Bytchkov is a burglar based in Hove Beach. Vlad Glebov orders Niko Bellic to kill him, however the player can choose not to kill him. If Niko does not kill him, Ivan moves to Alderney, gets engaged, gets a new job as a "money lender" and employs Niko to collect money he is owed. Voiced by: Lev Gorn.
Appears in: IV