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This is a list of Characters in the Grand Theft Auto series, listed #-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 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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2Hot2Handle 2Hot2Handle is the username of a female love-meet.net user who Niko Bellic can contact but not date.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - love-meet.net) Voiced by: None Applicable
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8-Ball
8-Ball is an explosives and firearms expert from Liberty City who owns a series of bomb shops across the United States, including in Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas. He is an associate of the Leone Family, having helped Toni Cipriani to destroy Fort Staunton, a Forelli Family controlled area, in 1998, before helping Mike to find Vinnie's killer in 2000 into 2001. 8-Ball was, in 2001, arrested and convicted on eighty-five charges of illegally owning a firearm, later escaping a police convoy with Claude, later helping him find work with old friend Luigi Goterelli and to destroy a freighter ship at the Portland Harbor docks.
Grand Theft Auto III (Introduction - Bomb Da Base Act II)
Grand Theft Auto Advance (Fake IDs - Love of Money)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (No Money, Mo' Problems - Bringing the House Down)
Voiced by: The Guru

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Jonas Ackerman Jonas Ackerman is a resident of Blueberry, San Andreas who follows Cris Formage's Epsilon Program. Ackerman had a well paid job and a family before turning to the Epsilon Program.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Epsilon Program Website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Jenny Acorn Jenny Acorn is a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for Weazel News in 2008.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet - weazelnews.com) Voiced by: None Applicable
Adam Adam is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Willis, Dukes.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Brother Aerol Brother Aerol was a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love, led by Brother Marcus in Vice City, until his death at a government agent.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (referenced in a mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Ulrika Afrique Ulrika Afrique is the girlfriend of Uno Carbine, the leader of The Zaibatsu Corporation in the Industrial District of Anywhere City.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Raymond Alberga Raymond Alberga was to be a character in Grand Theft Auto IV, although he was deleted from the final game.
Grand Theft Auto IV (deleted) Voiced by: None Applicable
Judge Alberts Judge Alberts is a resident of Vice City who is killed when his car, which had been fitted with a bomb by the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1, is blown up.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Alejandra
Alejandra is a resident of Liberty City and an employee of the Tw@ Internet Café in Broker. She knows Roman Bellic well, believing him to be funny, and also flirts with his cousin Niko when he enters the Tw@ Internet Café.
Grand Theft Auto IV (after The Cousins Bellic, & Logging On) Voiced by: Unknown
Alfonso Alfonso worked for El Burro in San Andreas until his death, at the hands of the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1, due to his strange behaviour, caused by chemicals in a tanker.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Colin Allcars Colin Allcars is a motorcycle Vice City Police Department police officer who, in 1984, resides in Vice City. His name is a play on the phrase calling all cars.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Marnie Allen
Marnie Allen is a twenty-one year old former resident of Liberty City originally from the American Midwest. After moving to Liberty City she began to work as a prostitute and use drugs, eventually being convinced by Niko Bellic to return home, which with his help she does. She later e-mails Niko to inform him that she is now attending college to train as a psychologist.
Grand Theft Auto IV (two missions) Voiced by: Reyna de Courcy
Agent Alman Agent Alman is a DEA officer who, in 1984, resides in Vice City.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Alonso
Alonso is a resident of Liberty City who meets Huang Lee in Beechwood City, Broker. Alonso talks in a pseudo Middle English fashion (though his speech more closely resembles Early Modern English), has Huang Lee drive him to the city bus depot, where he begins to attack buses, believing them to be dragons.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (random encounter) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Alonzo
Alonzo is an associate of Teddy Benavidez who tells Niko Bellic of Benavidez' location. The player has the option of killing Alonzo.
Grand Theft Auto IV (A Long Way to Fall) Voiced by: Unknown
Alve Alve is the leader of an unnamed gang and resident of San Andreas who is used by the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 to start a gang war with Paco, allowing the protagonist to kill Paco.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Abdul Amir
Abdul Amir is a resident of Dubai, United Arab Emirates and the father of Yusuf Amir, visiting his son in Liberty City in 2008. He is disappointed with his son and his lifestyle and, according to Yusuf, is interested in franchising "Gay" Tony Prince's clubs.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Caught with your Pants Down) Voiced by: Tony Mirrcandani
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Yusuf Amir
Yusuf Amir is the son of Abdul Amir and a resident of Liberty City originally from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Amir, a billionaire property developer, struggles with the construction of a tower block in Castle Gardens, resulting in Playboy X employing Niko Bellic to kill mobsters controlling the unions. Amir, unimpressed, caves into the unions and agrees to build a monument to the builders killed in an on-the-job accident. Amir later employs Luis Fernando Lopez to do various tasks, including steal a train car and tank in an attempt to impress his father. He later helps Lopez kill Ray Bulgarin.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in Deconstruction for Beginners)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (I luv LC - Departure Time)
Voiced by: Omid Djalili
Giovanni Ancelotti Giovanni Ancelotti is seventy-eight/nine year old Don of the Ancelotti Family, father of Gracie Ancelotti and a resident of Liberty City, originally from Naples, Italy. He immigrated in 1950 and began to run loan shark, fencing and extortion rackets in the Alderney Fruit Markets, becoming the Don of the family in 1978 after the death of his uncle.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in Liberty City Police Department police database) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Grace Ancelotti
Grace "Gracie" Ancelotti is the thirty-one/two year old daughter of Giovanni Ancelotti, Don of the Ancelotti Family, and a resident of Liberty City. The LCPD do not believe she is involved in the running of the Ancelotti Family. She is kidnapped by Niko Bellic, later being traded back for diamonds. After being rescued, she and "Gay" Tony Prince escape on speedboats. She later meets Niko again, sending her guards to kill him.
Grand Theft Auto IV (I'll Take Her - random encounter)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Blog This! - Ladies Half Price)
Voiced by: Rebecca Benhayon
Andee Andee is a resident of Liberty City and the host of the Lips 106 radio station, having worked for the station since at least 1998, when she was joined by Cliff Lane. Andee is, in 2001, twenty nine.
Grand Theft Auto III (Lips 106 DJ)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Lips 106 co-host)
Voiced by: Shelley Miller
Ashley Anderson Ashley Anderson is a twenty-one year old resident of Liberty City in 2008 and a good friend of Brucie Kibbutz, usually accompanying him on boat and helicopter rides with Niko Bellic.
Grand Theft Auto IV (after becoming friends with Brucie Kibbutz) Voiced by: None Applicable
Andre the Accelerator Andre the Accelerator is, in 2001, the DJ of Rise FM and is a resident of Liberty City.
Grand Theft Auto III (Rise FM character) Voiced by: Himself
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Andreas
Andreas is the bodyguard Elizabeta Torres, who treats him more like a housemaid and often consigns him to the kitchen.
The Lost and Damned (missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Andrei
Andrei was a resident of Liberty City, originally from Russia, and a member of the Faustin Family of the Russian Mafia. He kidnaps Niko and Roman Bellic after Niko killed Vladimir Glebov. Andrei was preparing to torture Niko with a hacksaw but was killed by Mikhail Faustin for bringing the Bellic cousins to his home.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Crime and Punishment) Voiced by: Unknown
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Jermaine Andrews
Jermaine Andrews is a thirty-two year old resident of Liberty City and friend of Roman Bellic, who may also be a member of the M.O.B. gang. Andrews is being investigated by the Liberty City Police Department for car jackings and is driven back to his job, at Pay 'n' Spray on Gibson Street. When they arrive they are confronted by the LCPD, with Niko managing to lose the police and return Andrews to his job.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Easy Fare) Voiced by: None Applicable
Mike Andrews Mike Andrews is an American inspiration speaker who discusses poverty, stating that money is not important, despite charging large sums of money for people to attend his shows.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (radio advertisement) Voiced by: Unknown
Andy Andy is a resident of Liberty City and is a drug dealer based in Beachgate, Broker.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Anthony Anthony is a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Ancelotti Family. Gracie Ancelotti sends Anthony, Mark, Tony, Benny and Sal to kill Niko Bellic, after he had previously kidnapped her.
Grand Theft Auto IV (random encounter) Voiced by: None Applicable
Anton Anton was a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Petrovic Family. He was murdered by the Korean Mob, although his head was later retrieved before being thrown into the water.
Grand Theft Auto IV (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Peter Armstrong Peter Armstrong is, in 2001, a writer for the Liberty Tree newspaper and a resident of Liberty City. He publishes the article Another Punch in the Gut for Organized Crime.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Stretch Armstrong Stretch Armstrong is, in 2001, the co-host of the Game FM alongside Lord Sear.
Grand Theft Auto III (Game FM co-host) Voiced by: Himself
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Arnaud
Arnaud is a middle aged resident of Liberty City, originally from France, who employs Luis Fernando Lopez to drive him to a spa and then to retrieve his wallet, stolen by a pimp after a night of opium-laden bondage.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (random encounter) Voiced by: Simon Jutras
Lester Arnold Lester Arnold is a forty-six year old resident of Liberty City, originally from San Fierro, and is the suspected leader of The Angels of Death motorcycle gang. In 2008 he published a book detailing his experiences with The Angels of Death.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in Liberty City Police Department police database) Voiced by: None Applicable
Arthur Arthur is a resident of London who pays Jack Parkinson protection money. The protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 is sent by Parkinson to collect the money and is forced to destroy Arthur's car to scare the reluctant Arthur into paying.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Ernesto Asaltacunas Ernesto Asaltacunas is a twenty-seven year old resident of Liberty City, originally from Santa Clara, Cuba, and is the star power pitcher of the Liberty Swingers. Asaltacunas has a history of dating very young women, including thirteen year old heiress Jill Von Crastenburg. He was also charged with possessing child pornography, although charges were later dropped, and was the centre of a doping scandal at the Liberty Swingers in 2006.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in Liberty City Police Department police database) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Ash
Ash is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Middle Park, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Fraser Ashley (right)
Fraser Ashley is, in 1992, an American lightweight boxer preparing to fight Frank Gold.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (in-game poster) Voiced by: None Applicable
Marki Ashvilli Marki Ashvilli was a resident of Liberty City and owned the Liberty City Rampage hockey team. Ashvilli is killed by Luis Fernando Lopez after he refused to sell the team to Ray Bulgarin.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Dropping In...) Voiced by: None Applicable
Jon Atkinson Jon Atkinson is a resident of Liberty City in 2008 and a detective for the Liberty City Police Department. In 2008 he investigates the murders carried out by Eddie Low, who mocked Atkinson for his inability to solve the murders. Atkinson, who concentrated on obtaining movie rights and book deals about the case, later solved the crime but found Low dead.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned on internet news websites) Voiced by: None Applicable
Morgan August Morgan August is a resident of Los Santos and a follower of Cris Formage's Epsilon Program.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Epsilon Program website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Luther Austin Luther Austin is a forty-six year old resident of Liberty City, originally from the American Midwest, the co-presenter of The Serrated Edge television show and an alcoholic.
Grand Theft Auto IV (television - The Serrated Edge co-host) Voiced by: Dave Bachman
Ramon Ayala Ramon Ayala, better known as Daddy Yankee, is a resident of Liberty City in 2008 and is the host of San Juan Sounds.
Grand Theft Auto IV (San Juan Sounds host) Voiced by: Himself
Roy Ayers Roy Ayers is a resident of Liberty City and the host of Fusion FM in 2008.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Fusion FM host) Voiced by: Himself

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Jizzy B.
Jizzy B. was a resident of San Fierro in 1992 who owned the Pleasure Domes Club under the Gant Bridge, who also acts as a pimp and is part of the Loco Syndicate, a drug cartel also involving Mike Toreno and T-Bone Mendez. Jizzy first meets Carl Johnson and employees him for some various tasks, including rescuing Mike Toreno, before being killed by Carl in order to stop the selling of drugs to his hometown, Los Santos.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Jizzy - Ice Cold Killa) Voiced by: Charlie Murphy
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Phil Bacerra
Phil Bacerra is a resident of Liberty City who is wanted by the Liberty City Police Department in 2008 for a hit and run offence. The player can choose to have Niko Bellic kill Bacerra.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Most Wanted side-mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Sister Bairn Sister Bairn is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love, led by Brother Marcus in Vice City.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Mitch Baker
"Big" Mitch Baker is the leader of the Vice City Biker gang, running the gang from The Greasy Chopper. Baker is a Vietnam War veteran who has been sent to prison on thirteen occasions. In 1986 he employs Tommy Vercetti to first race Cougar and Zeppelin to prove himself and later to cause chaos and retrieve his motorcycle. He later agrees to help Vercetti by providing security for Love Fists concert in the city.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Alloy Wheels of Steel - Publicity Tour) Voiced by: Lee Majors
Harry Balzac Harry Balzac is a male beachgoer and resident of Vice City in 1984.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Lily Banbury Lily Banbury is the daughter of Pete Banbury and a fictional character in the radio program Moorehead Rides Again. She is killed by Gordon Moorehead, who was investigating her fathers disappearance, because he believed she would later become a prostitute, despite telling him she planned on becoming her teacher. Her father is also killed by Moorehead and his friends Molly Malmstein and Pablo.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (VCPR - Moorehead Rides Again broadcast) Voiced by: Unknown
Pete Banbury Pete Banbury, also known as the Fisherman, is the father of Lily Banbury and is a fictional character in the Moorehead Rides Again radio program. He is killed by Gordon Moorehead and his friends Molly Malmstein and Pablo, using "friendly" napalm, after Moorehead stated that he was both a communist and the leader of a prostitution ring. Banbury, who had been missing for two days after breaking his leg in the swamp, was also informed of his daughters death shortly before his own, which devastated him.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (VCPR - Moorehead Rides Again broadcast) Voiced by: Jeff Steitzer
Ed Banger Ed Banger is a member of the Liberty City Biker gang in 1998. His name is a reference to the word headbanger.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Robin Banks Robin Banks is an actor who plays the part of a goon in a film being filmed at the North Point Mall, Vice City in 1984.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (The Audition & later multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bao Bao is a Chinese artist whose works are on show at the National Union of Contemporary Arts in 2008.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet) Voiced by: None Applicable
Barbara Barbara is a prostitute who works for Fernando Martinez' New Beginnings. In late 2001 she visits Phil every Wednesday afternoon, which "saves" his marriage.
Grand Theft Auto III (mentioned on Chatterbox FM) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Johnny Barbosa
Johnny Barbosa, known as Johnny Spaz, is a twenty-four/five year old resident of Alderney, an associate of the Pegorino Family, led by James Pegorino, who works as a trashman. Barbosa and friends Luca Silvestri and Joseph DiLeo collect diamonds for Ray Boccino but later take the diamonds for themselves, resulting in their deaths at the hands of Niko Bellic.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Taking in the Trash - Meltdown) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Henrique Bardas
Henrique Bardas is a resident of Liberty City and an old friend of Luis Fernando Lopez and works with Armando Torres, who together are criminals in Northwood. Lopez later helps Bardas and Torres establish a drug empire, which they build by ambushing drug convoys.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (I luv LC - Clocking Off) Voiced by: J Salome Martinez, Jr.
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Mallorie Bardas-Bellic
Mallorie Bardas-Bellic is a resident of Liberty City, originally from Puerto Rico, and wife of Roman Bellic. She had worked for Bellic at his taxi depot in Hove Beach, before the building was burnt down, and was having an affair with Vladimir Glebov, which was discovered by Roman's cousin Niko. She later stops the affair and introduces Niko to her friends Elizabeta Torres and Manny Escuela. She later marries Roman and reveals she is pregnant, in the Deal ending announcing that if she has a daughter she will name her Kate, after Kate McReary. In the Revenge ending, Mallorie is left a widow after Roman is killed.
Grand Theft Auto IV (It's Your Call - Mr and Mrs Bellic) Voiced by: Elena Harvey Hurst
Candy Barr Candy Barr is a prostitute and resident of Vice City who appears in the magazine Ninja Centerfold. He name is a take on the words candy bar.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (referenced in in-game magazines) Voiced by: None Applicable
Clint Barrett Clint Barrett is a member of the Rednecks and resident of Anywhere City who is mentioned in a post script in an e-mail sent by Pappy to Billy Bob Bean.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
TJ Barry TJ Barry is a resident of Liberty City in 2001 and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper, typing seven news articles for Liberty Tree's website.
Grand Theft Auto IV (internet website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Richard Bastion Richard Bastion is a resident of Liberty City in 2008 and the host of We Know The Truth's The Richard Bastion Show, where he answers callers questions and statements. He is based off Rush Limbaugh.
Grand Theft Auto IV (WKTT - The Richard Bastion Show host) Voiced by: Jason Sudeikis
Anita Bath Anita Bath is a female shopper and resident of Vice City in 1984. Her name is a take on the phrase I need a bath.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Brian Baylor Brian Baylor is a resident of Shady Pines and a supporter of the Citizens United Negating Technology For Life and People's Safety campaign against the internet. Baylor fantasises about his grandmother, having previously fantasisied about his sister.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Citizens United Negating Technology For Life and People's Safety website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Billy Bob Bean
Billy Bob Bean is the leader of the Rednecks in the Residential District, Anywhere City, the son of Pappy and the half-brother of Beth. He employs Claude Speed to attack The Zaibatsu Corporation and the SRS Scientists, the Rednecks' main rivals, although Speed also later works for both rivals, attacking the Rednecks. An angered Bean teams with Red Valdez and Dr. LaBrat in an attempt to kill Speed, who manages to kill all three gang leaders.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (various starting mission possibilities - The Final Job!) Voiced by: None Applicable
Begbie Begbie is a drug dealer residing in Vice City who receives a drug shipment from corrupt police officer Samuel Deever, who employs the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 to deliver the drugs.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Phil Bell
Phil Bell is the forty year old resident of Alderney and is a member of the Pegorino Family, led by James Pegorino. Bell is divorced and has children, He runs the Honker's Gentlemen's Club and is often at odds with capo Ray Boccino. James Pegorino believes him to be his best associate but refuses to promote him due to his Irish blood. Bell employs Niko Bellic to steal drugs from the Triads and to kill Charles Matteo. In the Revenge ending storyline, Bell decides to leave the dying Pegorino Family, whilst in the Deal ending storyline he and Niko are involved in a gunfight with Dimitri Rascalov's men to steal money from him, with Bell and Niko both deciding to leave the criminal underworld afterwards.
Grand Theft Auto IV (No Way on the Subway - If the Price is Right) Voiced by: Frank Bonsangue
Milica Bellic Milica Bellic is the mother of Niko and aunt of Roman. Milica, remaining at home, sends e-mails to Niko whilst he lives in Liberty City. She is later happy that Roman is settling down and getting married to Mallorie Bardas.
Grand Theft Auto IV (e-mail correspondence with Niko) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Niko Bellic
Niko Bellic is the son of Milica and cousin of Roman. Niko, originally from Yugoslavia, fought in the Yugoslav Wars, as did his brother, who lost his life in an explosion. Niko himself was almost killed when Darko Brevic betrayed his fifteen man squad, with only Niko and Bernie Crane escaping alive. After the war he began working for Ray Bulgarin in a human trafficking ring until a boat in the operation sank, with Niko fleeing. Niko later headed to Liberty City, spending seven months on the Platypus, to reach the promised land of Liberty City. Upon arrival, Niko realises that Roman has lied to him and, frustrated, agrees to stay with him. Shortly afterwards, Niko begins to help Roman in his problems with the Russian Mafia, and later works for various other criminal elements in the city, killing a high number of people along the way. He also meets Kate McReary, who he begins to date. He attends Roman and Mallorie's wedding, witnessing his cousins death (in the Deal ending) or his girlfriends death Revenge ending), before killing Dimitri Rascalov (Deal ending) or James Pegorino (Revenge ending), before deciding to quit the criminal underworld.
Grand Theft Auto IV (protagonist)
The Lost and Damned (Clean and Serene - Collector's Item)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (I luv LC - Ladies Half Price)
Voiced by: Michael Hollick
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Roman Bellic
Roman Bellic is the thirty-one year old cousin of Niko and nephew of Milica, and the husband of Mallorie Bardas-Bellic. Roman, originally from Yugoslavia, was sent to the United States by his mother during the Yugoslav Wars, when he was twenty-one. Roman's mother was killed sometime during the wars, with Niko discovering that had been raped and killed, although he does not tell this to Roman. Roman, "living the American Dream", convinces Niko to move to Liberty City with him. Niko later discovers that Roman had lied, owning a small apartment and a taxi depot, whilst also being heavily in debt to the Russian Mafia. Niko helps his cousin, also stopping an affair between Mallorie and Vladimir Glebov (later killing him). The two later move to Bohan when Roman's apartment and taxi depot are burnt down by Dimitri Rascalov, with Roman establishing a new taxi depot elsewhere in the city. Roman, later winning a lot of money through bets, upgrades his business and buys a penthouse in Algonquin, and later decides to marry Mallorie. After the wedding Mallorie announces that she is pregnant, although Roman is killed in the Deal ending, whilst in the Revenge storyline he tells Niko that if he has a daughter, they'll name her Kate after Niko's deceased girlfriend, Kate McReary.
Grand Theft Auto IV (The Cousins Bellic - Mr and Mrs Bellic (Deal)/Out of Commission (Revenge))
The Lost and Damned (Roman's Holiday)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Chinese Takeout - Ladies Half Price)
Voiced by: Jason Zumwalt
Ben Ben is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Star Junction, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Teddy Benavidez
Teddy Benavidez was a twenty-eight year old resident of Liberty City and co-leader of the Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers, alongside Willy Valerio. He is an associate of Pegorino Family capo Ray Boccino, who offers him protection whilst he repays his debts. When, in 2008, Benavidez stops paying his debts, he is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Boccino.
Grand Theft Auto IV (A Long Way to Fall) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Benny
Benny was a resident of Las Venturas in 1992 and a client of Millie Perkins until his death at the hands of Carl Johnson, who wanted access to the Caligula's Palace key card that Millie owned.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Key to Her Heart) Voiced by: None Applicable
Benny Benny is a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Ancelotti Family. Gracie Ancelotti sends Benny, Mark, Tony, Anthony and Sal to kill Niko Bellic, after he had previously kidnapped her.
Grand Theft Auto IV (random encounter) Voiced by: None Applicable
Jacquise Benson Jacquise Benson is a resident of and politician in Liberty City in 2008.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in internet news reports) Voiced by: None Applicable
Berkley Berkley is a resident of San Fierro and the owner of Berkleys RC. Berkley is the main rival of Zero, who owns Zero RC, after Zero defeated Berkley at a science fair. By 1992 the rivalry results in a model aeroplane war, won by Zero with help from Carl Johnson, resulting in Berkley being forced out of San Fierro. He is later informed by Zero of the planned heist at Caligula's Palace and informed the authorities, although the heist was still successful.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (mentioned in various missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
G.M. Berlotti G.M. Berlotti is the author of The Space Gem, a book found in numerous safehouses in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (referenced in books in safehouses) Voiced by: None Applicable
Beryl Beryl was the sister of Harold Cartwright and a resident of South Camden, London. She first meets the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 when he helps her evade the police but later kills her on orders from Albert and Archie Crisp.
Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 (mission)
Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961 (mission)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Beth Beth is a member of the Rednecks, the daughter of Pappy and the half-sister of Redneck leader Billy Bob Bean. She also has an unnamed child.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bettina Bettina was to be a character in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, although she was deleted from the final version of the game. Her planned role in the game is unknown.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (deleted) Voiced by: Noelle Sadler
Big B. Big B. is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Northwood, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Big Devil Big Devil was a member of the Grove Street Families and resident of Los Santos until his death sometime before 1992.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (mentioned in Sweet & Kendl) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Big Poppa
Big Poppa was a drug dealer and member of the Los Santos Vagos who resided in Los Santos and, briefly, owned Madd Doggs mansion until it was stormed by Carl Johnson, Wu Zi Mu and Guppy. The mansion is taken back for Madd Dogg and Big Poppa is killed as he attempts to escape.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (A Home in the Hills) Voiced by: None Applicable
Big Smilky Big Smilky is the owner and webmaster of the Forgotten Legends of West Coast Rap website.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Forgotten Legends of West Coast Rap website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dorothy Bigbottom Dorothy Bigbottom is a resident of Liberty City who e-mails the Liberty Tree complaining about the 'edutainment' game PastMaster, claiming it ruined her marriage due to his participation in historical re-enactments, belief in Gandhi and attempts to help people.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Adam Biggs Adam Biggs is a world renowned artist, having rose to fame in the 1950s and 1960s for painting circles. Biggs, viewed as the father of the abstract literalist movement, has some of his works displayed at the Randolf Art Center in Liberty City in 2008.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in internet news reports) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bill Bill is the co-host of The Electron Zone radio program on Liberty City Free Radio in 1998, alongside Steve. He is a supporter of the Fruit LC computers. Bill is a parody of Bill Gates whilst the Fruit LC is a parody of Apple Computers.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (LCFR - The Electron Zone) Voiced by: Michael Yurchak
Billy Billy is a resident of Liberty City. He dates an unnamed woman who also dates Jonnie. Jonnie later hires Mike to take the girlfriend home, although Mike successfully loses Billy.
Grand Theft Auto Advance (Sober Driver) Voiced by: None Applicable
Billy Bob Billy Bob is a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City. He is the son of Pa Wayne and the sibling of Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Sammy Jo, Boff, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Bonny, Jonny W., Bobby Bill and Fabrizio.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bilovski Bilovski was a member of the Russian Mafia, led by Jerkov anjd a resident of Anywhere City. Uno Carbine, leader of The Zaibatsu Corporation in the Industrial District, has Claude Speed collect various packages and deliver then to Bilovski. Bilovski assembles the pieces in the packages into a rocket launcher, which backfires, as planned by Carbine, killing Bilovski.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (It Was An Accident!) Voiced by: None Applicable
Oliver Biscuit Oliver Biscuit is the host of Fever 105 in 1986.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Fever 105 host) Voiced by: Julius Dyson
Bishop Bishop is a resident of Vice City and an employee of the Vance Crime Family, guarding their criminal enterprises.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bison Bison is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Lancaster, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Black Lightman Black Lightman was an actor who was killed, alongside co-stars Faith W. and DB-P, by Toni Cipriani, on orders from "Father" Ned, after the three refused to give an interview to the Liberty Tree newspaper.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (False Idols) Voiced by: None Applicable
Donny Black Donny Black is a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City who is mentioned in a post script of an e-mail sent by Pappy to his son Billy Bob Bean.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Mr. Black Mr. Black is a resident of Vice City and the owner of a hitman business. Mr. Black initially hired Leo Teal to do his killing, until Teal was himself killed by Tommy Vercetti, who posed as Teal and committed the murders. The Vice City Police Department have little information on Mr. Black but believe he may be involved in money laundering.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (Road Kill - Loose Ends) Voiced by: Unknown
Johnnie Blain Johnnie Blain is, in 2001, a resident of Liberty City and a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper. He published the article Leone: Like Father, Like Son? in July 2001.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Gern Blanston Gern Blanston is a ScamWay representative in North America and formerly a rap star known as Gaffle One and a pimp. He turned legitimate after he began working for ScamWay.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Forgotten Legends of West Coast Rap website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Billy Blue Billy Blue is a teenage resident of Liberty City, brother of Bobby Blue, and a teenage singing sensation. He wears a promise ring, although he and his brother claim to have had sex with some of their female fans. Luis Fernando Lopez is employed to transport the two brothers from the MeTV studios to the Maisonette 9 club. Billy and Bobby are a parody of the Jonas Brothers.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Club Management side mission) Voiced by: Daniel Tay
Bobby Blue Bobby Blue is a teenage resident of Liberty City, brother of Billy Blue, and a teenage singing sensation. He wears a promise ring, although he and his brother claim to have had sex with some of their female fans. Luis Fernando Lopez is employed to transport the two brothers from the MeTV studios to the Maisonette 9 club. Bobby at one point accidentally sends a picture of himself dressed in women's lingerie to nearly half a million female fans. Billy and Bobby are a parody of the Jonas Brothers.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Club Management side mission) Voiced by: Harrison Chad
Brother Boab Brother Boab is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love, led by Brother Marcus, and a resident of Vice City.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dwight Boakin Dwight Boakin is the son of Pap Boakin, a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City. His name is a reference to the country singer Dwight Yoakam.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Pap Boakin Pap Boakin is the father of Dwight Boakin, a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bob Bob is an employee of the Vice City Police Department who, alongside Bruce, are referenced when accessing police files on the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City website.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bob Bob is a resident of Pike Creek, Shoreside Vale, Liberty City in 2001 who has his seven year old son, Johnny work for the legal firm Rakin and Ponzer, earning $23,000 a year, and at another company photocopying pieces of paper.
Grand Theft Auto III (Chatterbox FM) Voiced by: None Applicable
Cousin Bob Cousin Bob is the cousin of Trent Hopkins who is dating Trent's mother, with Trent warning Bob that his father is soon to be coming up for parole.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Crazy Bob Crazy Bob is an explosives expert who owns a shop and resides in Liberty City. The protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 has Crazy Bob rig a bomb to a car in order to scare Seymour Reamer.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Curly Bob
Curly Bob was a bartender at Sex Club Seven, a bar run by Leone Family made man Luigi Goterelli, who was selling Leone secrets to Catalina and Miguel of the Colombian Cartel in return for SPANK. The Family Don, Salvatore Leone, orders Claude to kill him for ratting out Leone secrets.
Grand Theft Auto III (Cutting the Grass) Voiced by: Hunter Platin
Nurse Bob Nurse Bob is the host of Heartland Values with Nurse Bob on Liberty City Free Radio in 1998. He is deeply religious and is based on Doctor Phil McGraw.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (LCFR - Heartland Values with Nuse Bob host) Voiced by: Chuck Montgomery
Bobby Bobby is a member of the Sindacco Family who resides on the east coast of the United States (possibly in Liberty City) who in 1992 becomes an open homosexual.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (mentioned in The Introduction) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bobby Bill Bobby Bill is a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City. He is the son of Pa Wayne and the sibling of Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Sammy Jo, Boff, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Bonny, Jonny W., Billy Bob and Fabrizio.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Ray Boccino
Ray Boccino was a capo of the Pegorino Family, led by James Pegorino, and a resident of Alderney. He employs Niko Bellic to first kill Teddy Benavidez, to twice retrieve stolen diamonds, to sell the diamonds (which is later ambushed) and to kill many other criminals within the city, including Isaac Roth. He is later killed by Niko on orders from James Pegorino, who believed that Boccino was an informant. Boccino was thirty-two when he died and had owned the restaurant Drusilla's.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Harbouring a Grudge - Pest Control)
The Lost and Damned (Action/Reaction - Was It Worth It?)
Voiced by: Joe Barbara
Sergio Boccino Sergio Boccino is a resident of Liberty City who in 1998 was employed as the host of the Double Clef FM radio station, although he is replaced by Morgan Merryweather at sometime before October 2001.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Double Clef FM host) Voiced by: Robert Blumenfeld
Boff Boff is a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City. He is the son of Pa Wayne and the sibling of Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Sammy Jo, Billy Bob, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Bonny, Jonny W., Bobby Bill and Fabrizio.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Marty Boldenow
Marty Boldenow is a resident of Liberty City who, in 2008, is wanted by the Liberty City Police Department for gang related violence. The player can have Niko Bellic kill Boldenow.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Most Wanted side mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Colonel Henry Bolt Colonel Henry Bolt was the colonel of the 66th cavalry stationed in Fort Carson. In 1842 he led his cavalry towards Las Barrancas and on this journey his entire cavalry fell into a hole and died. A tribute, the Las Barrancas Mass Grave, is dedicated to Bolt and his forces.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
DJ Bombatumba DJ Bombatumba is the host of the KGBH radio station in Anywhere City.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (KGBH host) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bone Bone is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Beechwood City, Dukes.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Randy Boner Randy Boner is a resident of Liberty City in 1998. His name is a reference to word erection.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Marco Bonnaro
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Marco Bonnaro was a resident of Liberty City and a bodyguard of Pegorino Family Don James Pegorino until his death at the hands of Pavano Family hitmen.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Pegorino's Pride) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bonny Bonny is a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City. She is the daughter of Pa Wayne and the sibling of Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Peter Lee, Sammy Jo, Boff, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Billy Bob, Jonny W., Bobby Bill and Fabrizio.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Eduard Borodin
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Eduard Borodin is a resident of Liberty City, originally from Russia, and a businessman in the city being investigated by the [[United Liberty Paper organisation, who employ Niko Bellic and Little Jacob to kill him whilst in his helicopter.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Paper Trail) Voiced by: None Applicable
Borris Borris is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Hove Beach, Broker.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Dave Bosoy Dave Bosoy was a resident of Liberty City and a friend of Niko Bellic, having met him on the Platypus ship whilst sailing to America. He is later found dead in the Humboldt River, trussed up in a straight jacket and diaper, covered with whip lashings, suggesting his death was a sexual accident, as he is earlier shown being whipped by an Asian woman on the Platypus.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Opening Cutscene & mentioned in Weazel News article) Voiced by: Martin Herring
Jimmy Boston Jimmy Boston is a resident of Liberty City and an actor. Henrique Bardas and Armando Torres are known fans and Luis Fernando Lopez introduces his sister to him at Maisonette 9.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Club Management) Voiced by: None Applicable
Sammy Bottino Sammy Bottino was a resident of Liberty Cityand right hand man of Gambetti Family Don Jon Gravelli, until he was forced into hiding due to murder charges in Vice City. He is forty-one or forty-two years old in 2008.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in Liberty City Police Department police database) Voiced by: None Applicable
Earth-Song Bowden Earth-Song Bowden is a resident of Liberty City and a campaigner for prisoner rights. After the Alderney State Correctional Facility is broken into by Johnny Klebbitz, who goes on to murder inmate Billy Grey, Bowden states that the cause of the problem must be solved and not the symptom.
The Lost and Damned (Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Frankie Boyle
Frankie Boyle is a Scottish comedian who, in 2008, works at the Split Sides Comedy Club, discussing sex and kids in his routine.
The Lost and Damned (Split Sides Comedy Club - stand up comedian) Voiced by: Himself
Bozo Bozo, born in 1961, was a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. He was killed by police in a shootout in 1999 after killing three people.
The Lost and Damned (mentioned) Voiced by: None Applicable
Carl Bradshaw Carl Bradshaw is a resident of Liberty City and the host of Tuff Gong Radio.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Tuff Gong Radio host) Voiced by: Himself
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Brett
Brett is a resident of Liberty City and is a male porn star, acting in a movie being shot by Joseph Kaplan in 2008. Niko Bellic shoots him in the leg when he and Dimitri Rascalov pay a visit to Kaplan's shop.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Do You Have Protection?) Voiced by: None Applicable
Brett Brett is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood. He helps Johnny Klebitz during the gang wars.
The Lost and Damned (Gang Wars) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Darko Brevic
Darko Brevic is a resident of Liberty City, originally from Yugoslavia, who had fought alongside Niko Bellic, Florian Cravic and Goran in a fifteen man squad in the Yugoslav Wars. Brevic later sold out the squad for $1,000, to help fund his drug addiction, and later fleed to Bucharest, Romania before moving to America. Niko eventually tracks Brevic down, with help from United Liberty Paper, and discovers the truth. The player can choose to have Niko kill or spare Brevic, with Brevic thanking Niko if he decides to kill him.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in Liberty City Police Department police database) Voiced by: None Applicable
Lou Bricant Lou Bricant is a member of the Forelli Family and resident of Liberty City in 1998. His name is a reference to the word lubricant.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Marlon Bridges
Marlon Bridges was a twenty/twenty-one year old resident of Liberty City and a cocaine dealer. He, at one point, called Playboy X a rat and, in 2008, he is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Playboy for his insult.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Photo Shoot) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Leo Brodell
Marlon Bridges is a resident of Liberty City who is wanted by the Liberty City Police Department for drug trafficking.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Most Wanted side-mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Broko Broko is a resident of Liberty City and a drug dealer, selling drugs from Middle Park West, Algonquin.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Brother Paw Brother Paw is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love, led by Brother Marcus, and a resident of Vice City.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
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The Brown Streak
The Brown Streak is a fictional superhero from an undetermined form of media and a film, released in 2008, entitled The Brown Streak Returns. Yusuf Amir has a full scale statue of The Brown Streak. The Brown Streak is likely a parody of The Silver Streak superhero.
Grand Theft Auto IV (appears on in-game posters)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (appears on in-game posters)
Voiced by: None Applicable
Jan Brown Jan Brown is the mother of Patrick III and Jono, and a resident of Vice City in 1986. She appears on a Pressing Issues broadcast on Vice City Public Radio to complain about popular culture, leading the group Moms Against Popular Culture. She home schools her children, although her mental state is in question, stating that as child she was forced by her father to kill and cook a pig. She also allowed her youngest son, Jono, to kill the postman. Her husband also cheats on her whilst on "business" trips, something she is aware of but ignores..
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (VCPR Pressing Issues panelist) Voiced by: Maureen Silliman
Bruce Bruce is an employee of the Vice City Police Department who, alongside Bob, are referenced when accessing police files on the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City website.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bruce Bruce is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood.
The Lost and Damned (Gang Wars) Voiced by: None Applicable
DJ Brutaldubs DJ Brutaldubs is a resident of Alderney City, Alderney who works as a DJ at the Fan Dang nightclub.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Fan Dang nightclub) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bryson Bryson is a resident of Liberty City who employs the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 1 to collect a package from an alleyway, which later turns out to be an armed bomb, which the protagonist deactivates by going to various locations, as instructed by Bryson. Bryson later sends hitmen after the protagonist, although they are unsuccessful in killing the protagonist. The protagonist later meets and kills Bryson.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (two missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
Bub Bub is an actor playing the part of a zombie, who may have appeared in the filming taking place at the North Point Mall, Vice City in 1984, which also features Victor Vance.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (possibly The Audition & multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Bubba
Bubba is an obese choice for protagonist in Grand Theft Auto 1.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (protagonist choice) Voiced by: None Applicable
Buck Buck is a resident of Liberty City and a member of The Lost Brotherhood.
The Lost and Damned (Gang Wars) Voiced by: None Applicable
Buckwheat Buckwheat is a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City. He owns a car crushing business used by both the Rednecks and Claude Speed. He may be related to Buckwheat Mary.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (referenced in one mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
Buckwheat Mary Buckwheat Mary is a member of the Rednecks, led by Billy Bob Bean, and a resident of Anywhere City. She sends an e-mail to Bobby Jo Roberts in 1999 asking whether he had trouble selling "the shine". She may be related to Buckwheat.
Grand Theft Auto 2 (Rednecks website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Galina Bulgarin Galina Bulgarin is a resident of Liberty City and the sister of Ray Bulgarin, who keeps her in a cage in his home. She may have been injured or killed when her brother shoots an AK-47 into the ceiling to stop her from annoying him.
The Ballad of Gay Tony (mentioned in missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Ray Bulgarin
Ray Bulgarin was a fifty year old resident of Liberty City, originally from Russia, and a Russian mobster. He moved to America in the 1980s but was deported after being arrested on charges of human trafficking, after which he moved to the Mediterranean, where he began to run a human trafficking ring and employed Niko Bellic, who later one of his ships sank and he fled. He later returned to America in search of Niko and almost killed him in an ambush set up with Dimitri Rascalov. He later employed Luis Fernando Lopez but, after falling out with him, attempted to kill him in an ambush, which Lopez survived. Niko and Luis both meet Ray once again during an exchaneg of diamonds for Gracie Ancelotti, with Lopez chasing Bulgarin down with help from Yusuf Amir, killing him on his jet whilst fleeing Liberty City. Ray had a sister, Galina, who is kept in a cage and who he may have injured/killed when firing an AK-47 through the ceiling to stop her annoying him.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Russian Revolution - Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend)
The Ballad of Gay Tony (Boulevard Baby - Departure Time)
Voiced by: Vitali Baganov
Des Buratto Des Buratto is a resident of Vice City in 1984 and a member of the Mendez Cartel. His name is a reference to the word desperado.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Keenan Burdett
Keenan Burdett is a resident of Liberty City who is wanted by the Liberty City Police Department for armed robbery. The player can choose to have Niko Bellic kill Burdett.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Most Wanted side mission) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Ned Burner
Ned Burner was a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper and a resident of Liberty City who did anything for the latest story, including posing as a reverend and employing Toni Cipriani to cause chaos across Staunton Island, including killing actors Black Lightman, DB-P and Faith W. Burner is later killed by Cipriani after he witnessed the murder of Avery Carrington at the hands of Toni and Donald Love. Cipriani later steals Burner's corpse to allow Love to eat it on a flight.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (L.C. Confidential - Stop the Press) Voiced by: Peter Bradbury
Kristen Burns Kristen Burns is a writer for the Liberty Tree newspaper who, in May 2001, writes the article Mackerel Factory to Expand.
Grand Theft Auto III (Liberty Tree website) Voiced by: None Applicable
Richard Burns Richard Burns was a news reporter for West Coast Talk Radio news segments in San Andreas in 1992. Burns, constantly ending up in bad situations (such reporting under the influence of drugs and stealing during the riots in Los Santos), is later fired and moves to Liberty City, where he started a website about the history of the internet, phoning into The Electron Zone in 1998. He was dating WCTR news anchor Lianne Forget, who attempted to save his career by interrupting him, in 1992 and may still be in 1998 as a woman with the same voice also makes news announcements in Liberty City.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (WCTR - news reporter)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (LCFR - The Electron Zone caller)
Voiced by: Wil Wheaton
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El Burro
El Burro is a homosexual Mexican living in Aye Valley, San Andreas who employs the protagonist to do various tasks, including killing his friends Paco, Pepe, Jorge, Jose, Alfonso and Rodrigo after they began acting strangely due to a chemical in a tanker, as well as Mike Tallon. The protagonist can later kill El Burro.
Grand Theft Auto 1 (eight missions) Voiced by: None Applicable
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El Burro
El Burro is the leader of the Diablos gang in Liberty City who employs Claude to kill some mobsters and some Triads and collect his magazines. He may also run the XXX Mags store. He is also involved in the pornography business, with Ricardo Diaz even having a video of an El Burro movie in 1986.
Grand Theft Auto III (Turismo - Big'n'Veiny) Voiced by: Chris Phillips
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El Burro
El Burro is a resident of Liberty City and drug dealer based out of Fortside, Bohan.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (after Tricks of the Triad) Voiced by: None Applicable
Mitt Burrows Mitt Burrows is a resident of Liberty City and works as a judge, sentencing Elizabeta Torres to three hundred years in prison on thirty counts of cocaine distribution.
Grand Theft Auto IV (mentioned in internet news reports) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Butler
The unnamed Butler was to be a character in Grand Theft Auto III. The role the character was set to play is unknown.
Grand Theft Auto III (deleted) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Ashley Butler
Ashley Butler is a twenty-seven year old resident of Liberty City and an associate of The Lost Brotherhood motorcycle gang, having dated the gangs Vice President Johnny Klebitz, and of the Pegorino Family. Butler, addicted to drugs, is manipulated by Pegorino capo Ray Boccino into convincing members of The Lost Brotherhood into stealing several diamonds. She later enters rehab and informs Johnny that she is doing well, althoguh Johnny asks her to not meet him again.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Taking in the Trash)
The Lost and Damned (Coming Down - Was It Worth It?)
Voiced by: Traci Godfrey
Sally Butters Sally Butters is a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Moms for a Police State pressure group. Following the break in at the Alderney State Correctional Facility and the subssequent murder of Billy Grey, she tells the Liberty Tree newspaper that the prison system should be privatised.
The Lost and Damned (Liberty Tree website character) Voiced by: None Applicable
Officer Butts Officer Butts is a resident of Vice City and a Vice City Police Department police officer, driving a VCPD Cheetah, in 1984.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (multiplayer character) Voiced by: None Applicable
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Ivan Bytchkov
Ivan Bytchkov is a resident of Liberty City, originally from Russia, and an associate of the Faustin Family, led by Mikhail Faustin, who operates as a burglar. Vladimir Glebov hires Niko Bellic to kill him, although the player can choose to spare him. If Niko spares Ivan's life, he later meets him in Alderney, with Ivan informing Niko that he is now engaged and has a new job as a "money lender". Niko helps him collect his debts from several criminals, who attempt to kill Ivan, with Niko again saving his life.
Grand Theft Auto IV (Bull in a China Shop - Ivan The Not So Terrible (if killed)/Liquidize the Assets or Random Encounter (if spared)) Voiced by: Lev Gorn


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