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Couzin Ed

Couzin Ed is a real-life retired DJ and character in the 3D Universe who appears in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.

Character history

Couzin Ed was host of the station V-Rock until 1986, when he was replaced by his intern Lazlow, because Lazlow would accept lesser pay. He took his nickname from Eddie the 'Ead, the mascot for the band Iron Maiden. Couzin Ed constantly feels he must prove his masculinity, and even loses his pinky finger attempting to "master" his butterfly knife. He constantly belittles and humiliates Lazlow on air, and often questions his sexuality and radio skills.

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City he phoned in to V-Rock, mentioning that he now works as a bus driver, and that his wife is angry with him for not making enough money, as well as attacking Lazlow, claiming that he didn't know anything about rock and roll. It is unknown what happened to him afterwards. Ed has a noticeably different voice between Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and GTA Vice City, as he puts on a "radio voice" during his time as a DJ. It should be noted that Ed briefly reverts to his "normal" voice when he informs Lazlow that he may be "the only intern he ever fires".

Personal history

Couzin Ed (real name Michael Andrews) was born in Washington, DC in 1968 and went on to become an award winning DJ for several years, working alongside the real Lazlow. He also legitimately worked as a bus driver and as a stadium announcer for the Philadelphia Eagles. He is no longer working as a DJ. He voiced himself in GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories, and provided the imaging voice for Rise FM in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.

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