|Full Name||Mitch Dexter|
Mitch Dexter is, in 2013, a retired actor who starred in the 1968 Richards Majestic film Nelson in Naples playing the films lead character Horatio Nelson. Rumours suggest that the following he had a brief relationship with film starlet Leonora Johnson with Leonora seemingly confirming this story telling the Daily Globe in December 1974 that a 'high-profile Vinewood celebrity had taken advantage of her before her 17th birthday' according to whokilledleonorajohnson.com. Dexter, with his 'explosive temper' and the rumoured relationship, became a suspect. In 2013, the case is finally solved by Franklin Clinton, who confronts Leonora's killer film director Peter Dreyfuss, finally clearing Dexter's name. By this point, he had become disillusioned with Vinewood and complains on Bleeter about the increasing diversity both within the city (in particular the increasing use of the Spanish language) and the film industry.
- @MitchDexter: In my day there was none of ths obsession with ethnic diversity. Actors got roles on merit. We just happened to all be white.
- @MitchDexter: Remind me - is Los Santos still in the USA? Or do I just need a degree in Spanish to order a sandwich now?