Characters by Surname (U-Z)

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This is a list of Characters in the Grand Theft Auto series, listed U-Z, 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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Ulrika
Ulrika is one of the choices for protagonist in GTA 1.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto 1 Voiced by: None Applicable
Tate Urchips Tate Urchips is, in 1984, a white mall cop for the North Point Mall who resides in Vice City.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Voiced by: None Applicable
Uri Uri was a friend of and is killed by Zhou Ming.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Voiced by: None Applicable
Lance Urwell Lance Urwell is a Forelli multiplayer character.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories Voiced by: None Applicable

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Sid Vacant
Sid Vacant is one of the choices for protagonist in GTA London, 1961 and GTA London, 1969.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 and Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961 Voiced by: None Applicable
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Red Valdez
Red Valdez is the leader of The Zaibatsu Corporation in the Residential District of Anywhere City. He employs Claude Speed to work against the Scientists and the Rednecks. Valdez is later killed by Claude Speed.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto 2 Voiced by: None Applicable
Willy Valerio Willy Valerio is the co-leader of the Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers gang, alongside Teddy Benavidez.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
Maria Valvona Maria "Mary" Valvona is the sixty-year old Sicilian matriarch of the Pavano Family.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
Chris Van Angel Chris Van Angel is one of the fictional stars of the Angel and the Knight television program, alongside Bonnie Knight. He works as a hot dog helicopter pilot, is a Vietnam veteran and fightgs crime, with Knight.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Voiced by: None Applicable
Brian Van Ginsberg Brian Van Ginsberg is, in 1992, a follower of the Epsilon Program and a resident of Carcer City.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Voiced by: None Applicable
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Janet Vance
Janet Vance is the drug-addicted mother of Victor, Lance and Pete Vance, and may be the sister of Aunt Enid. She goes to Vice City in 1984 with her boyfriend, Javier, but later disappears, stealing Victor and Lance's drugs.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Voiced by: Linda Ashe
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Lance Vance
Lance Vance is the son of Janet Vance, the brother of Victor and Pete Vance, and possibly the nephew of Aunt Enid. He arrived in Vice City in 1984 and became heavily involved with the narcotics trade, alongside Victor. He leaves the city in 1984 but returns in 1986, sees his brother die and then begins to work with Tommy Vercetti. He is later killed by Vercetti, after turning against him and joining Sonny Forelli.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Voiced by: Phillip Michael Thomas
Pete Vance Pete Vance is the asthmatic son of Janet Vance, the brother of Victor and Lance Vance, and possibly the nephew of Aunt Enid.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Voiced by: None Applicable
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Victor Vance
Victor Vance is the son of Janet Vance, the brother of Lance and Pete Vance, and possibly the nephew of Aunt Enid. He was in The Army but later dismissed, before doing various missions for criminals in Vice City. He leaves the city in 1984 but returns in 1986 for one last drug deal but is killed when the deal is ambushed.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Voiced by: Dorian Missick
Uncle Vanka Uncle Vanka works for Jerkov, leader of the Russian Mafia, who acts as an interpreter for an informant.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto 2 Voiced by: None Applicable
Vasily Vasily is, in 2008, a resident of Liberty City and is an associate of Oleg Minkov. He agrees to meet Minkov at a jewellery store on Tulsa Street, allowing Niko Bellic to discover Minkov's location and kill him.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
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Alfonso Vasquez
Alfonso Vasquez is the father of January Natasha Vasquez.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
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January Natasha Vasquez
January Natasha Vasquez is a socialite in 2008.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
Pete Vassal Pete Vassal is the chief executive and founder of Eris Sportswear.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
Vega Vega works for Robert Seragliano and resides in Liberty City.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto 1 Voiced by: None Applicable
Mario Venturella Mario Venturella is, in 2008, a member of the Pavano Family.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
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Thomas Vercetti
Thomas "Tommy" Vercetti is the protagonist of GTA Vice City. A member of the Forelli Family, he had spent fifteen years in prison in Liberty City but was sent to Vice City upon his release. In 1986 he worked with various criminals, becoming the number one criminal in the city. He remained a powerful force in Vice City until at least 1992.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Voiced by: Ray Liotta
Pablo Vercotti Pablo Vercotti is a member of the Vercotti Gang who is rescued by the protagonist from some armed men attempting to kill him.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto 1 Voiced by: None Applicable
Jeffrey Veselik Jeffrey Veselik is the associate editor of the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto III Voiced by: None Applicable
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Cesar Vialpando
Cesar Vialpando is the leader of the Varrios Los Aztecas gang and resides in El Corona, Los Santos. In 1992 he begins to date Kendl Johnson, later wanting to marry her, and becomes an ally of Carl Johnson, helping him and his business ventures.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Voiced by: Clifton Collins Jr.
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Wolfie Vilans
Wolfie Vilans is one of the choices for protagonist for GTA London, 1961 and GTA London, 1969.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 and Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961 Voiced by: None Applicable
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Vinnie
Vinnie is a criminal based, in 2000, in Liberty City. He and Mike planned on leaving the city but Vinnie is seemingly killed when his car explodes. However, he later meets Mike, who kills his former mentor.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto Advance Voiced by: None Applicable
Lee Vitout Lee Vitout is an associate of the Vance Crime Family and, in 1984, resides in Vice City.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Voiced by: None Applicable
Fredo Volpe Fredo Volpe is, in 2008, a forty-two year old member of the Messina Family and a LCPD informant. He is the brother of Mark Volpe.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
Mark Volpe Mark Volpe is, in 2008, a forty-five year old capo of the Messina Family and brother of Fredo Volpe. He runs several sports betting rings in Liberty City. The Messina Family look to kill Mark, believing him to be a police informant, although he goes into hiding. He is, however, killed in 2008.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
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Jill Von Crastenburg
Jill Von Crastenburg is a thirteen year old socialite and heiress, who once dated Ernesto Asaltacunas.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
Dr. Steven Von Singer Dr. Steven Von Singer is the owner of Eugenics Incorporated.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable
Cruz Vormen Cruz Vormen is a Diablo multiplayer character
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories Voiced by: None Applicable
Kalem Vulaj Kalem Vulaj is a member of the Albanian Mafia based in Broker, Liberty City. Niko Bellic later beats Vulaj and Bledar Morina, who had assaulted his cousin, Roman.
Appears in: Grand Theft Auto IV Voiced by: None Applicable

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Characters Information Notes
Faith W. Faith W. is a film star who is killed by Toni Cipriani, on orders from Father Ned, for refusing to give the Liberty Tree newspaper an interview. Appears in: LCS
Natalie Walsh Davis Natalie Walsh Davis is the DJ for K-JAH in 1998 in Liberty City. She is the cousin of Horace Walsh. Voiced by: Pascale Armand.
Appears in: LCS
Horace Walsh Horace Walsh is the DJ for K-JAH in 2001 in Liberty City. He is the cousin of Natalie Walsh Davis. Voiced by: Herman Stephens.
Appears in: III
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Helena Wankstein
Helena Wankstein lives on a farm in Flint Range, Flint County, San Andreas who, depending on the players choice, become a girlfriend of Carl Johnson. She is a lawyer by trade. Voiced by: Bijou Phillips.
Appears in: SA
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Reni Wassulmaier
Reni Wassulmaier is a transsexual avant-garde film director from Germany. Reni has had at least four sex changes, the last known being in 1984. She later became the DJ for Flashback FM in 1998 in Liberty City. Voiced by: Barbara Rosenblat.
Appears in: LCS and VCS
Mr. Watersane Mr. Watersane is a resident of San Andreas who is killed by the protagonist after a law firm was purchased. Appears in: 1
Jimmy Waterson "Crazy" Jimmy Waterson is a resident of Liberty City who works for Robert Seragliano. He later robs two banks and uses the protagonist as a getaway driver. Appears in: 1
Mr. Watsane Mr. Watsane is a resident of San Andreas who is killed by the protagonist after a law firm was purchased. Appears in: 1
Forbes Waverly III Forbes Waverly III is an uncaring and ruthless industrialist from Connecticut, who appears on VCPR's Pressing Issues in 1984. Voiced by: Melinda Wade.
Appears in: VCS
Bob Wayne Bob Wayne is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City and is the son of Pa Wayne. He has many siblings, including Joleyn, Mary Beth, 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
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Mark Wayne
Mark Wayne, known as B Dup, is a drug dealer, former member of the Grove Street Families and an associate of the Ballas gang. He enslaves Barry Thorne through his drug addiction. Wayne later loses his control over Thorne, who enters rehab. Voiced by: The Game.
Appears in: SA
Michael Wayne Michael Wayne is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2008. Appears in: IV
Pa Wayne Pa Wayne is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. He has many children, 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
Richie Wayne Richie Wayne is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Stan Wayridge Stan Wayridge is the associate editor of the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Dylan Weed Dylan Weed is a male resident of Vice City in 1984. Appears in: VCS
Hung Well Hung Well is a resident of San Andreas who works for Uncle Fu. He abandons a car, which the protagonist retrieves and is later targetted by No Chin but is saved by the protagonist and Hang Yu. Appears in: 1
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Trey Welsh
Trey Welsh is the leader of The Zaibatsu Corporation in the Downtown Sector of Anywhere City and husband of Petula Shoe. He employs Claude Speed to work against the Loonies, Yakuza and Yutes. Welsh is later killed by Claude Speed. Appears in: 2
Eugene White Eugene White is a reporter for Weazel News in 2008. Appears in: IV
Mike Whitley Mike Whitley is, in 2008, the radio news reporter for Weazel News. Appears in: IV
Mr. Whittaker Mr. Whittaker operates the RS Haul depot in Flint County. He accepts a tanker full of petrol from Carl Johnson and Catalina, later allowing Carl to work as a truck driver. Appears in: SA
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Marty Jay Williams
Marty Jay Williams is the verbally abusive husband of Louise Cassidy-Williams and the father of Mary-Beth Williams, and leader of the Trailer Park Mafia. He hires Victor Vance, who later kills him for kidnapping his now estranged wife. Voiced by: Jim Burke.
Appears in: VCS
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Mary-Beth Williams
Mary-Beth Williams is the daughter of Marty Jay Williams and Louise Cassidy-Williams, and the niece of Phil Cassidy and Mary-Jo Cassidy. In 1984, after the deaths of both her mother and father, she begins living with her aunt, Mary-Jo. Appears in: VCS
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Willy
Willy is a member of the band Love Fist. Voiced by: Mark Hanlon.
Appears in: VC
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Lance Wilson
Lance Wilson, known as Ryder, is a former member of the Grove Street Families and an associate of the Ballas. He worked with Carl Johnson in 1992 but was killed by Carl, for associating with the Ballas and knowing information about his mothers death. Voiced by: MC Eiht.
Appears in: SA
Scott Wilson Scott Wilson is a deceased man buried in Palomino Creek. Appears in: SA
Mr. Wong Mr. Wong is a resident of Liberty City and a member of the Triads who runs Mr. Wong's Laundrette, which appears in both the GTA III Era and GTA IV renditions of the city. He may have two brothers. Appears in: III, LCS and IV
Brother Wullie Brother Wullie is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love. Appears in: 1

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Character Information Notes
Rami Yalon Rami Yalon is a criminal with links to the Russian Mafia. Appears in: IV
Chu Ying Chu Ying is a resident of San Andreas who works for Uncle Fu. At one point he robs a bank and uses the protagonist as a getaway driver. Appears in: 1
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Kim Young-Guk
Kim Young-Guk is the son of a North Korean friend of Derrick McReary and the leader of the Korean Mafia. Niko Bellic later kills Young-Guk Kim on orders for Jimmy Pegorino and Jon Gravelli. Appears in: IV
Hang Yu Hang Yu is a resident of San Andreas who works for Uncle Fu. He is an explosives expert who defuses a number of bombs planted by No Chin. Appears in: 1
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Yuka
Yuka is the niece of Asuka Kasen who is kidnapped by Mike in 2000/2001, although he later rescues her. She may be the daughter of either Kenji Kasen or Kazuki and Toshiko Kasen. Appears in: A

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Character Information Notes
Brother Zachary Brother Zachary is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love. Appears in: 1
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Katie Zhan
Katie Zhan is a nurse who resides in Juniper Hollow, San Fierro who spends her spare time at the karate dojo in San Fierro. She can, depending on the players choice, become Carl Johnsons girlfriend. Voiced by: China Chow.
Appears in: SA
Hugo Zehr Hugo Zehr is, in 1984, a resident of Vice City and a member of the Mendez Cartel. Appears in: VCS
Arthur Zepulla Arthur Zepulla is a member of the Pavano Family. Appears in: IV
Zhou Ming Zhou Ming is the leader of one of the Triad gangs in Liberty City. Appears in: IV
Doctor Zel Doctor Zel is a resident of London who begins to sell some paintings, with the protagonist buying some for Jack Parkinson. Zel, however, is under investigation from the Special Branch, leading to Zel's death at the hands of the protagonist on orders from Parkinson. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
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Zeppelin
Zeppelin is, in 1986, a resident of Vice City and a member of the Vice City Bikers who races against Tommy Vercetti, along with Cougar, as Tommy attempts to prove his worth to Mitch Baker. Appears in: VC
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Zero
Zero is a twenty-eight year old resident of San Fierro, owner and later manager of the Zero RC shop and an electronics expert. His rival is Berkley, who is forced to leave San Fierro after Zero had help from Carl Johnson. Zero later helps Carl rob Caligula's Palace. Voiced by: David Cross.
Appears in: SA
Rosario Zito Rosario Zito is a member of the Gambetti Family. Appears in: IV
Doctor ZitZaki Doctor ZitZaki is a doctor who works for the Yakuza and is driven by Claude Speed to a safehouse, as Johnny Zoo fears The Zaibatsu Corporation will attempt to kill him. Appears in: 2
Daryl M. Zolotowski Daryl M. Zolotowski is the Police Chief for the LCPD in 2001. Appears in: III
Danny Zoo Danny Zoo (born January 26, 1972 in Okinawa, Japan) is a member of the Yakuza and a gambling addict. He is suspected in mulitple murders although he has never been convicted. He may be related to Johnny Zoo. Appears in: 2
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Johnny Zoo
Johnny Zoo (born November 17, 1969 in Tokyo, Japan) is the leader of the Yakuza in Anywhere City. He is the boyfriend of Hana Funabashi and is a cocaine addict. He employs Claude Speed to work against The Zaibatsu Corporation and the Loonies. He is later killed by Claude Speed. Appears in: 2


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