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Jack Howitzer is one of very few characters to be carried over from the [[GTA III Era]] to the [[GTA IV Era]], alongside others only heard on the radio like [[Lazlow]], [[Fernando Martinez]], and [[Derek the Dodo]].
 
Jack Howitzer is one of very few characters to be carried over from the [[GTA III Era]] to the [[GTA IV Era]], alongside others only heard on the radio like [[Lazlow]], [[Fernando Martinez]], and [[Derek the Dodo]].
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Jack Howitzer also had a [[Lifeinvader]] [http://www.lifeinvader.com/profile/jackhowitzer profile]. He has again attempted to revive his career as an entertainer, taking up ventriloquism with his puppet Rufus.
  
 
==Real Life Inspirations==
 
==Real Life Inspirations==

Revision as of 09:16, 12 September 2013

Jack Howitzer is a character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, and Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony. He claims to have appeared in over 40 films before his prison stint. Howitzer's most notable role was as Tim, a war hero from the Evacuator films.

Biography

Jack Howitzer's earliest known films, Evacuator and Push-Up, were released in 1984. He also appears on the radio that year in a commercial for Little Lacy Surprise and as an imaging voice on Emotion 98.3. In 1986 he appeared in the Evacuator sequel, titled Exploder: Evacuator Part II. In the next three years, he appeared in films titled Annihilator, and Zero Seconds to Death'. Howitzer also frequently used Steroids during his film career, leading to many film critics and talk show hosts mocking the fact they had apparently shrunk his genitals.

By 1989 Howitzer's popularity had eventually declined and his career slowed down. He released Loin Cloth right before Special Needs Cop in 1992, a severely politically incorrect film in which he endangers the lives of special needs children and other innocents. He also became delusional, believing that his movies were real and the Soviet Union could still attack (despite the fact they had collapsed in 1991). In 1992, He was interviewed on WCTR's Entertaining America show where he accidentally and fatally shot host Billy Dexter (Jack thought that his gun wasn't loaded), also shooting at others on the scene. Jack was later put on trial for murder and faced the death penalty, although the outcome of the trial is not revealed. When interviewed by WCTR in a Los Santos prison awaiting trial, he admits to killing the original Ho Chi from the Exploder movies, also demanding his prison bitch act like her.

In The Ballad of Gay Tony, the Weazel News website reveals that Howitzer instead served 15 years alive in prison for shooting Dexter, was paroled by 2008, and was now having his own reality TV show. The show was failing, though, with low audience ratings.

Jack Howitzer is one of very few characters to be carried over from the GTA III Era to the GTA IV Era, alongside others only heard on the radio like Lazlow, Fernando Martinez, and Derek the Dodo.

Jack Howitzer also had a Lifeinvader profile. He has again attempted to revive his career as an entertainer, taking up ventriloquism with his puppet Rufus.

Real Life Inspirations

  • Sylvester Stallone: Stallone's films are also largely parodied, such as Rocky (Push-Up) and the Rambo saga (Exploder saga). Howitzer also speaks in a normal, if not aggressive, American accent which is closer to Stallone's nationality.

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