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Encyclopedia > List of characters in Grand Theft Auto IV

A number of recurring characters appear in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV, set circa 2008. The characters that appear in Grand Theft Auto IV are relatively diverse and relative to the respective boroughs of Liberty City they are based in, belonging to various gangs and ethnic groups. The player controls Niko Bellic, an immigrant from Eastern Europe who was in the Yugoslavian war. According to Dan Houser, "virtually none of the characters from the previous games are returning, as a lot of them are dead anyway."[1] This article is about the British magazine covering computer and video games. ... Grand Theft Auto IV (abbreviated to GTA IV and GTA 4) is a sandbox-style action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar North. ...


Unlike previous games in the series, the voice actors of Grand Theft Auto IV do not include notable and high-profile celebrities, instead opting for lesser known actors such as Michael Hollick, Jason Zumwalt, Moti Margolin, Thomas Lyons, Timothy Adams and Coolie Ranx. However, several high-profile DJs host the various radio stations within the game such as Iggy Pop, Karl Lagerfeld, Juliette Lewis, Daddy Yankee, and real life DJs like DJ Green Lantern, Lazlow, and real life comedians Katt Williams and Ricky Gervais can be seen at the Comedy Club and also be heard being interviewed on the in-game radio station WKTT. Thomas Lyons (1838–29 August 1904) was a seaman in the United States Navy. ... For other persons named Timothy Adams, see Timothy Adams (disambiguation). ... Coolie Ranx (real name Obi-Ajula Ugbomah) is a New York City based musician best known for his membership Third Wave Ska bands, The Toasters and Pilfers. ... James Newell Osterberg, Jr. ... Karl Lagerfeld (born Karl Otto Lagerfeldt on September 10, 1933) is widely recognized as one of the most influential fashion designers of the late 20th century He has collaborated with a variety of different fashion labels, with Chloé, Fendi and Chanel the most notable. ... Juliette L. Lewis (born June 21, 1973)[1] is an Academy Award-nominated American actress and musician. ... Ramón (Raymond) Ayala (born February 3, 1977), known artistically as Daddy Yankee, is a Latin Grammy Award-winning Puerto Rican reggaeton recording artist. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Lazlow Jones, usually only referred to as Lazlow, is an American talk show host. ... Micah S. Katt Williams[1] (born September 3, 1973[2]) is an American comedian, rapper, and actor. ... Ricky Dene Gervais (born 25 June 1961) is a triple Golden Globe-, double Emmy- and seven-time BAFTA award-winning English comedian, writer, actor and former New Romantic musician from Reading, Berkshire. ... The soundtrack of the game Grand Theft Auto IV, like the previous games in the series, is mostly made up of in-game radio stations. ...


For the first time in the series, Grand Theft Auto IV features "morality choices" in several points of the game, in which the player is forced to choose between killing or sparing a character, or killing one of two characters. The game also has two possible endings, which is determined by a decision the player makes with the main antagonist towards the conclusion of the storyline: Revenge or Deal. Each choice affects the missions the player can partake and the fate of some characters.


For the purposes of this list, missions specific to a particular ending in which a character is killed in are labeled "(Revenge)" and "(Deal)" respectively.

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Major characters

Niko Bellic

Niko Bellic

Niko Bellic is a fictional character from Eastern Europe[2] in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. He is the main protagonist and playable character of Grand Theft Auto IV. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Eastern Europe is a concept that lacks one precise definition. ...


The Niko character is modeled after the supporting character known as "Sasha" in the movie Behind Enemy Lines. The resemblance includes clothing, hair, gloves, and scar on the left eyebrow. Behind Enemy Lines is a 2001 film starring Gene Hackman and Owen Wilson. ...


Niko grew up in war-torn Yugoslavia [3]. His father was a bully who never believed in him, but his mother, Milica Bellic, was very caring and felt sad that a decent person like Niko had to grow up in such a harsh place. He had a brother who was killed, but it is never explained when or how. Niko fought in the Bosnian War as an "angry" teenager, where he witnessed and committed numerous atrocities which deeply affected him, giving him a cynical view on life and serious feelings of regret and depression. A defining moment in the war for Niko was when his army unit of fifteen young men (including him) were ambushed by the enemy. Niko barely escaped with his life, but most of his friends were killed - he later discovered that two others also survived. Realizing that one of them sold out the unit for money, Niko vowed to track down the culprit, not solely for revenge but because he needed closure, and that doing so would put his demons to rest. Belligerents Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia Croatia Republika Srpska Yugoslavia Commanders Alija Izetbegović (President of Bosnia and Herzegovina) Sefer Halilović (Army chief of staff 1992-1993) Rasim Delić (Army chief of Staff 1993-1995) Franjo Tuđman (President of Croatia) Mate Boban (President of the Croatian Republic...


When the war ended, work was hard to come by for Niko. His cousin, Roman, moved to America to start a new life in Liberty City. Niko, knowing only violence most of his life, turned to the criminal underworld for the next ten years, while at the same time searching for the two men who survived the ambush. At some point during this interval, he briefly spent time imprisoned. Sometime after he was released, Niko joined a human trafficking ring run by Rodislav Bulgarin. Niko eventually discovered that Florian Cravic, one of the two survivors of the ambush, was living in Liberty City.


When a boat sank during one smuggling run into Italy, Niko managed to swim to safety, but everything else was lost. Bulgarin believed Niko sunk the boat and escaped with the money onboard. Niko denied this, but Bulgarin's decision was final and he was too powerful a figure to fight back against. Niko quickly joined the merchant navy and fled Bulgarin. He spent the next seven months at sea, befriending the crew of the Platypus and contemplating Roman's request for him to come to America. Roman had been asking Niko to come to Liberty City to share a new life of money and women, which Niko wanted, but he mainly wanted to find Cravic and escape Bulgarin's wrath. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Merchant Marine. ...


Upon arriving in Liberty City, Niko realizes that Roman's prior tales of success were lies; he lives in a tiny apartment, runs a small taxi depot and owes gambling debts to several criminals. Niko ends up working for Roman, protecting his cousin from the loan sharks that keep harassing him. Roman soon loans Niko's services to friends and enemies alike, which angers Niko although he needs the money, and sets in motion the events of the game.


Niko's view of American culture is one of confusion and mild disgust. The rampant materialism annoys him and he has trouble relating to Roman's fascination with the country. Plus, after working for so many criminals, he feels that everyone in Liberty City is a crook.


Niko is voiced by Michael Hollick.[3] Hollick was paid about $100,000 for his voice acting and motion-capture work over the course of about 15 months from 2006 to 2008. Hollick was paid about $1,050 a day for his work on the game, about 50% more than the standard Screen Actors Guild-negotiated rate for actors, although he claimed it's still a fraction of the income he would get from a movie or TV-show performance, and that he's upset about not getting residuals from game sales, putting the blame on the union for not securing such agreements[4]. Hollick told The New York Times that while he was a theater student at Carnegie Mellon University he developed a talent for dialects.[4] A number of recurring characters appear in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV, set circa 2008. ... The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is an American labor union representing over 120,000 film and television principal performers and background performers worldwide. ... The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York City and distributed internationally. ... Carnegie Mellon University (also known as CMU) is a private research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. ...


Roman Bellic

Roman Bellic

Introduced in: "The Cousins Bellic"[5] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


Can Die in: "Mr. and Mrs. Bellic" (Deal)"[6]


Roman Bellic is Niko's 31 year old cousin who has lived in Liberty City for 10 years. Roman and Niko's fathers were brothers, and like Niko's father, Roman's father was also a drunk bully. According to Niko, Roman's mother was raped and murdered during the war, although Roman thinks she died in a house fire. Roman claims to be living the American Dream to his relatives and that he has two women, four hot tubs and fifteen sports cars, but in reality he owns a gritty taxi firm in Broker, Liberty City's version of Brooklyn. He successfully manages to persuade his cousin Niko to move to the city using this deception. Roman is also heavily in debt with various figures around the city, like the Russian mafia in Liberty City, because of a gambling problem. Despite Niko's frustration with Roman's lie, Roman is optimistic and claims to be in the process of achieving the "American Dream", but it just takes time and hard work to achieve it: he arrived in Liberty City with nothing, but he worked and saved enough money to buy a taxi, and when he got enough money driving the taxi, he bought another. Soon, he bought the depot, where he lived under his desk for a year because he was saving money for an apartment. Niko admits that Roman has indeed found some success in America because of Mallorie, Roman's longtime girlfriend whom he plans to wed. Niko Bellic is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series, serving as the anti-heroic protagonist and player-controlled character in Grand Theft Auto IV. He is 30 years of age and a Bosnian War veteran from Eastern Europe[1], between 511 and 6’2... The Grand Theft Auto IV rendition of Liberty City features a more striking resemblance to New York City. ... For other uses, see American Dream (disambiguation). ... This article is about the New York City borough, or Kings County, New York. ...


Later on in the game, his apartment and business are burned down by the Russian mafia, and as a result he sets up another taxi company in Bohan (which is the Liberty City version of the Bronx) with the insurance money. He then moves in with Mallorie, but is kidnapped again after a losing streak at a gambling den. It is revealed to be a trap by Dimitri to lure Niko there and have him killed, but that too fails and the cousins escape. Roman ultimately buys a penthouse in Algonquin, finally living the "American Dream". After the player gets his relationship high enough with Roman, the player may use his phone to have Roman send a taxi to take you anywhere for free, though the success/failure of having one available is random, and the taxi driver is usually very rude to Niko (a date usually ends early if the player hitches a ride in one). During the game's finale, Roman attempts to persuade Niko into striking a deal with Dimitri Rascalov due to the amount of money involved. If Niko chooses the "Revenge" storyline, Roman weds Mallorie and assists Niko in pursuing Pegorino after he kills Kate McReary, although his assistance is short-termed as Niko realizes that the panicking Roman is more of a burden than a helping hand, and asks Little Jacob to get him into safety before a gunfight ensues. In the "Deal" storyline, Roman is inadvertently killed at his wedding by an assassin sent by Dimitri, in an attempt on Niko's life. In both endings, it is revealed that Mallorie is pregnant with Roman's child. Roman Bellic drives a Black Esperanto. For other uses, see Bronx (disambiguation). ... A penthouse apartment or penthouse is a special apartment on the top floor of a building. ...


Roman is voiced by Jason Zumwalt.


Dimitri Rascalov

Dimitri Rascalov

Introduced in: "Crime and Punishment"[7] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


Killed in: "A Dish Served Cold" (Revenge)/"A Revenger's Tragedy" (Deal)[8]


Dimitri Rascalov is a Russian criminal. He serves as the main antagonist of the game. For other uses, see Antagonist (disambiguation). ...


Dimitri is initially shown as Mikhail Faustin's 39 year old right-hand man; they are old friends from their army and prison years. Dimitri is the more sensible of the two, although Mikhail claims that Dimitri has an addiction to barbiturates. Dimitri becomes increasingly annoyed with Mikhail's unpredictably violent leadership, which has given their organization more enemies and caused the law to monitor them more closely. He later betrays Mikhail and orders Niko to assassinate him in order to prevent a gang war with Kenny Petrovic - before he is executed, Mikhail warns that America has made Dimitri greedy and he will betray Niko as well. Niko later meets with Dimitri at a warehouse to collect his reward for the killing, where Dimitri does indeed betray him and reveals his new partner, Rodislav Bulgarin, Niko's former boss in the human trafficking ring, who orders his men to kill Niko. Little Jacob comes to Niko's rescue and mentions that Dimitri has escaped and they can deal with him another time. Dimitri orders his men to set fire to Roman's apartment and taxi depot, effectively running Niko and Roman out of Broker. The cousins escape to Bohan to avoid any further trouble, after receiving death threats from Dimitri via the phone. Dimitri attempts to kill Niko twice more, once by kidnapping Roman to lure Niko to a warehouse filled with his men, and another time by sending Bulgarin and his men to sabotage a hostage exchange between the McReary crime family (with Niko) and the Ancelotti crime family. Dimitri calls Niko after both attempts, furious that he was not killed and threatening future attempts on his life. Barbiturates are drugs that acts as central nervous system (CNS) depressants, and by virtue of this they produce a wide spectrum of effects, from mild sedation to anesthesia. ...


Towards the conclusion of the main storyline, the Pegorino crime family - whom Niko works for - enters an alliance with another organization to find a buyer for a large amount of heroin that they stole earlier in the game, which would finally put the Pegorino crime family on the map. Dimitri's Russian mob is the other organization, putting Niko in an awkward position - the player has to make a choice of either picking up the money from the buyers Dimitri found or dealing revenge and killing him. If the player chooses to pursue "Revenge", Niko executes Dimitri in cold blood aboard his tanker. Afterwards, Don Jimmy Pegorino, furious after the betrayal, shows up at Roman and Mallorie's wedding and kills Kate McReary in revenge. If the player chooses to strike a "Deal", Niko and Phil Bell are assigned to pick up the money at one location while Dimitri sells the heroin at another location. Dimitri ends up killing the buyers and keeps the heroin, forcing Niko and Phil to kill the buyers at their location in order to get the money. Dimitri betrays Niko soon after by sending a hitman to Roman's wedding to assassinate him, but Roman is inadvertently killed during the struggle then ensues. Niko tracks Dimitri and Pegorino down at an abandoned casino in Alderney and Dimitri executes Pegorino before escaping, not wanting to split the money with him. Niko pursues Dimitri to Happiness Island, before ensuing in a final confrontation in which he kills Dimitri, before the Statue of Happiness. Dimitri drives a White DF8-90. For other uses, see Heroin (disambiguation). ...


Dimitri is voiced by Moti Margolin.


Packie McReary

Packie McReary

Introduced in: "Luck of the Irish"[9] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


Patrick McReary is an Irish thug who is also the heir to Liberty City's declining Irish Mob. Youngest of the McReary family at age 29, he is siblings with corrupt deputy police commissioner Francis McReary, Derrick McReary, Kate McReary and Gerry McReary. He lives with his mother and sister, although he doesn't seem to like them much, and he hated his late father. Packie has spent his whole life in Liberty City and has never been outside of it, although he wishes to visit Ireland. He admits that he has a bit of a drug problem and says it's the reason he has not done anything with his life. Kate McReary, Packie's sister, shows an "interest" in Niko, but he warns him away from her at first - later in the game, he supports the coupling very much. He is also a close friend of Elizabeta Torres, leader of a small-time drug ring. When drunk, Packie loudly resents having to always take orders from his brother, Gerry. However, his rants (when sober and drunk) reveal a lot about the background of the McReary family. His special ability for being friends with Niko is providing him with specialized bombs, which can be attached to cars, and detonated with the cell phone. Packie McReary drives a Grey Oracle. Irish Americans (Irish: Gael-Mheiriceánach) are citizens of the United States who can claim ancestry originating in the west European island of Ireland. ... The Irish Mob, or Irish Mafia, is one of the oldest organized crime groups in the United States, in existence since the early 19th century. ...


Packie is voiced by Ryan Johnston. An editor has expressed a concern that the subject of the article does not satisfy the notability guideline or one of the following guidelines for inclusion on Wikipedia: Biographies, Books, Companies, Fiction, Music, Neologisms, Numbers, Web content, or several proposals for new guidelines. ...


Little Jacob

Little Jacob

Introduced in: "Jamaican Heat"[10] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


Jacob Hughes is a Jamaican arms dealer who lives in Dukes and sells Niko weapons out of the trunk of his car. He and Roman are good friends and he appears on cover-art for the game. It can be found out that he is 26 years old. After doing a few storyline missions for him, you have the option of calling him to see if he has a job for you.[11] He assists Niko several times later on, helping find who ripped off Elizabeta's drug deal and eventually providing back-up when Niko takes on Dimitri. His special ability for being friends with Niko is selling him weapons and armor (with the exceptions of the rocket launcher and combat pistol), for lower prices than those offered by gun shops. Jamaica is a country in the Caribbean Sea, located south of Cuba and to the west of Hispaniola, on which Haiti and the Dominican Republic are situated. ...


A running joke throughout the game is that Jacob always chooses the wrong moment to light up and smoke a joint, at one point while accompanying Niko in a helicopter chase, much to Niko's initial dismay. Similarly, when Jacob gets in a car with Niko, the car windows start leaking thick smoke. Another joke is of his heavy Jamaican accent, which Niko can not understand sometimes. Little Jacob can also be seen in Team Mafiya Work, who needs to be picked up and taken to see a man, Kenny Petrovic describes him as Small Jacob. Little Jacob drives a Black and Red Virgo. Cannabis, also known as marijuana[1] or ganja (Hindi: गांजा),[2] is a psychoactive product of the plant Cannabis sativa. ...


Little Jacob is voiced by Coolie Ranx. Coolie Ranx (real name Obi-Ajula Ugbomah) is a New York City based musician best known for his membership Third Wave Ska bands, The Toasters and Pilfers. ...


Supporting characters

Mallorie Bardas-Bellic

Introduced in: "It's Your Call"


Mallorie Bardas-Bellic, is the 29 year old Puerto Rican girlfirend, later wife, of Roman Bellic. Mallorie is Roman's girlfriend for the first part of the storyline before becoming his fiancée. She owns a house in Bohan which Niko and Roman seek refuge in after Roman's apartment and taxi depot are set on fire and destroyed. Towards the conclusion of the storyline, Mallorie and Roman wed, however in the "Deal" storyline ending her new husband is gunned down outside the church and she becomes widowed. In both storylines, it is revealed that she is pregnant. Prior to the ending of the "Revenge" storyline, Roman contacts Niko both revealing Mallorie's pregnancy and that he has chosen to name his possible daughter Kate, in honour of Kate McReary.


Mallorie's maiden name is credited as "Ramos" in the European Xbox 209 instruction manual, but is correctly credited "Bardas" in the Playstation 3 instruction manual and manuals in other regions.


Mallorie is voiced by Elena Harvey Hurst.


Vlad Glebov

Introduced in: "It's Your Call"


Killed in: "Uncle Vlad"


Vladimir Glebov is a Russian loan-shark of the Hove Beach area in Broker. He owns a Bar, called "Comrades" in his neighborhood which he frequents. He is an alcoholic and is shown snorting a vial of cocaine on one occasion. Vlad tries also to gain respect from more influential gangsters and is sometimes hypocritical about the citizens of Liberty. [12] Niko despises Vlad from the start, who treats Roman poorly and refers to Niko as a "yokel". He even warns him to stay away from Mallorie. Still, Niko works for Vlad as a favor to Roman. After Niko learns that Vlad has been having sex with Mallorie behind Roman's back, he is outraged, especially when Roman tries to convince him to let the matter lie. Despite Roman's attempts to talk him out of it, Niko rushes to Comrades and confronts Vlad. After a furious chase with Vlad, Niko shoots him under the Broker Bridge with a panicked Roman by his side, which gains the attention of Vlad's superior, Mikhail Faustin (though Mikhail thought of Vlad as an idiot and a liability). Roman lies to Mallorie about his death, claiming that he killed Vlad in a fit of rage, and that Niko merely disposed of the body for him. Vlad drives a Blue Marbelle. Usury (from the Latin usus meaning used) was defined originally as charging a fee for the use of money. ...


Vlad is voiced by Misha Kuznetsov.


Mikhail Faustin

Introduced in: "Crime and Punishment"


Killed in: "Master and the Molotov"


Mikhail Faustin is a major figure in Liberty City's Bratva and the owner of the cabaret club Perestroika. He is 45-years old and has a wife, Ilyena, and a daughter, Anna. Due to alcohol and drug abuse, Mikhail goes through angry mood swings, which causes him to order hits on people for very minor things. This upsets his partner and old friend, Dimitri, who realizes that the numerous deaths are bad for business and attracts unwanted attention from the law. Things boil over when Niko unknowingly kills Lenny Petrovic, the son of another major Bratva boss, Kenny Petrovic, based on Mikhail's mere suspicion that Lenny was a snitch. Dimitri sets up Niko to assassinate Mikhail, under the promise of protection from Kenny Petrovic to prove that the death should be blamed on Mikhail and that Niko was just a hired gun. Niko shoots Mikhail in the knee cap and then the chest on the roof of Perestroika. Niko then later regrets killing Faustin, rather wanting to get revenge on Dimitri earlier. Mikhail drives a Black Shafter and a random colored Turismo. He lives in a Large Mansion on Shinnecock Avenue in South Broker. This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...


Mikhail is voiced by Karel Roden. Karel Roden (born May 18, 1962) is a Czech actor. ...


Brucie Kibbutz

Introduced in: "Logging On"[13]


Bruce "Brucie" Kibbutz is a fitness enthusiast and loud mouth, who enjoys fine women and cars. He enjoys the attention he gets from being rich and is a steroid user, specifically "bull shark testosterone". Brucie seems to be very cocky and annoying to Niko, but the two manage to become unlikely friends. He sports a tattoo of a Chinese character meaning "Me" or "I"[12] and a necklace that reads "No. 1". On his back is a tattoo meaning "transvestite" (人妖)[14] His personality is supposedly modeled after the popular internet personality, FPS Doug. Brucie owns a garage by Roman's first taxi depot in Broker called "Brucie's Executive Auto Garage", and often appears in in-game radio advertisements to market his car tuning service, even though he can also be found in the police database as wanted for possession of steroids. Niko suspects that Brucie's macho behavior is due to hidden low self-esteem (Brucie mentions that he was picked on for being overweight as a child). When Niko later learns that the people he has been killing for Brucie was mainly due to Brucie's roid rage, Niko ends their business relationship, but they continue as friends and Niko can continue stealing cars and participate in races for him. Once Niko's relationship with him is high enough, Brucie will provide free helicopter rides for him the downside being that the helicopter might land farther away from the destination due to it needing a place to land. Brucie lives in an Apartment on Mohanet Avenue. Tattoo showing the character å¹³ which is one of the two character in words such as peace (和平) but which by itself can mean flat , level, calm, equal or average; in the Cantonese dialect, it can also mean cheap.[1] Tattoo showing the characters for Andy Chinese character tattoos or kanji tattoos... Pure Pwnage (pronounced pure ownage [1], IPA: ) is an Internet-distributed mockumentary series from ROFLMAO Productions. ... Chemical structure of the natural anabolic hormone testosterone, 17β-hydroxy-4-androsten-3-one. ...


Brucie is voiced by Timothy Adams. For other persons named Timothy Adams, see Timothy Adams (disambiguation). ...


Manny Escuela

Introduced in: "Escuela of the Streets"


Killed in: "Have a Heart"


Manny Escuela is a Puerto Rican former hoodlum who has supposedly changed his ways, and wants to clean up the streets. He operates from a recreational center in a South Bohan housing project where he works as a dance instructor. He is currently recording a documentary explaining his struggles and problems. Manny hires Niko to kill criminals while Manny takes the credit. He gets upset with the final cut of the documentary, claiming it does not make him look "street." As a result, Niko becomes more annoyed of Manny running his mouth. He is killed along with his cameraman by Elizabeta Torres after he angers her by confronting her for new, more aggressive material for the documentary. The bodies are given to a doctor for the black market organ trade, which Niko finds ironic because Manny will finally help people, but in a very different way.


Manny is voiced by Berto Colon.


Elizabeta Torres

Introduced in: "Luck of the Irish"


Elizabeta Torres is a successful small-time drug dealer in Bohan. However, she knows an upcoming drug crackdown is going to make her life very difficult and with her own narcotic use spiraling out of control she’s becoming increasingly paranoid and delusional. She introduces Niko to Packie McReary in the "Luck of the Irish" mission. She, in a drugged panic, shoots Manny and his cameraman Jay in the mission "Have a Heart"[12] after he tries to film her as part of his documentary of the crime in Bohan. After Niko eliminates the bodies of Manny and his cameraman, he receives a call from Elizabeta saying that she's cutting off their relationship because the police are closing in on her. By using the police database website, the player can find out she is in police custody. According to news reports, and the in-game radio, Torres is sentenced to 300 years of imprisonment, for 30 charges of cocaine distribution. It is also hinted that she may be a lesbian or bisexual.


She initially appeared in the third trailer and in the promotional artwork for the game. Although earlier renditions of the artwork depict her as much thinner than her final appearance it is shown on advertisement posters made by Rockstar Games that she is between 5'11-6'2" tall and may weigh between 200-225 pounds. It can also be found out that her age is 31 years old. Elizabeta drives a Pink and White Voodoo.She lives in an Apartment Block on San Quentin Avenue in Fortside.


Elizabeta is voiced by Charlie Parker. For other persons of the same name, see Charles Parker. ...


Francis McReary

Francis McReary

Introduced in: "Street Sweeper"
Can be killed in: "Blood Brothers"[15] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


Francis McReary is the Deputy Commissioner of the Liberty City Police Department. He very much wants to be Commissioner, but with word going around that the current Commissioner is retiring, blackmailers have emerged with evidence of all the "bad things" he has done. Francis first meets Niko briefly during a publicity shoot with Manny Escuela and later contacts Niko confidentially, wanting to pay him to silence those who wish to expose his corruption. He also knows that Niko killed Mikhail Faustin, but promises to not turn him in as further incentive for Niko's cooperation. Francis is, above all, a hypocrite; he believes that his position automatically makes him a good person and absolves him of all his corruption. The McReary family is fully aware of this - as a youth, he became an altar server and stole the church collection plate, but believed the theft should be overlooked because he was an altar server. Francis attempted to become a priest but was kicked out of the church for cheating on his seminary exam, so he joined the LCPD instead. The only reason why Francis does not take down his own family is because his brother, Gerald, has a lot of dirt on Francis' past and will alert the authorities the moment Francis tries anything.


Francis eventually discovers that his older brother, Derrick, is back in Liberty City and believes that he will alert the press about Francis' corruption. He decides to take Derrick down by having Niko assassinate him while the brothers are talking on a bench in a park. However, Niko has a choice of whom to kill. If Niko kills Derrick, Francis provides him with a more detailed version of the suspect detail system. He will also remove a three star (or lower) wanted level if Niko calls him. Killing Francis changes the storyline slightly, and the dialogue of McReary family members. Francis drives a Grey Landstalker.Francis McReary lives in a House on Savannah Avenue at Meadows Park, although he is never actually seen there in the storyline.


Francis is voiced by Thomas Lyons. Thomas Lyons (1838–29 August 1904) was a seaman in the United States Navy. ...


Playboy X

Introduced in: "Blow Your Cover"


Can be killed in: "The Holland Play"


Trey Stewart is an African-American gangster who is 25 years old. He was introduced to Niko by Elizabeta and he owns a loft in North Holland. He was the protegé of Dwayne Forge, a drug baron and gang leader who was recently released from prison, but Playboy has since moved on without him, fully embracing the new criminal world of materialism that blurs on legitimate. He aspires to achieve things on a personal level first, with giving back to the community being a distant second. Despite this, Niko admits that Playboy pays well and always keeps his word. Playboy eventually pays Niko to work for Dwayne, mainly because he does not want to deal with Dwayne himself anymore. After Niko, on Dwayne's orders, kills the managers of a strip club that Playboy owns, Playboy realizes that his old mentor does not understand the new way business is done and that he is a hindrance to his organization - he asks Niko to kill him. Dwayne, sensing he is a target, asks Niko to kill Playboy. Niko must choose whom to kill. If the player kills Dwayne, Playboy pays Niko a large sum of money but scolds him for killing his "father figure" and refuses to speak to him again. If the player kills Playboy X, his flat in North Holland becomes a new safehouse for the player, you receive the GTA III outfit Claude wore, and Dwayne becomes a friend. Playboy's yellow Patriot may be a reference to the movie Exit Wounds which prominently featured a similar vehicle. Playboy X lives in an Apartment on Xenotime Street in Northwood, but if the player decides to kill him, Niko will then own the Apartment. Languages Predominantly American English Religions Protestantism (chiefly Baptist and Methodist); Roman Catholicism; Islam Related ethnic groups Sub-Saharan Africans and other African groups, some with Native American groups. ... Grand Theft Auto 3, or GTA 3, is a video game developed by DMA Design, published by Rockstar Games in October 2001 for the PlayStation 2 video game console, May 2002 for Windows-based PCs, and in November 2003 for the Xbox video game console. ... Look up Claude in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Exit Wounds is a 2001 action movie based on the book, Exit Wounds, written by John Westermann. ...


Playboy X is voiced by Postell Pringle.


Dwayne Forge

Introduced in: "Deconstruction for Beginners"


Can be killed in: "The Holland Play"


Dwayne Forge is the former mentor of Playboy X. He is 35 years old and an old school African-American gangster who used to be a very influential and feared criminal. Ironically, Dwayne always wanted to be a police officer as a youth, but the LCPD did not approve of black police officers in the old days. He also had trouble reading and writing due to a learning disability. Dwayne's father was an abusive, small-time criminal that was killed by drug dealers that he tried to rip-off, but Dwayne felt nothing when he learned of his death. Dwayne soon learned that a lot of money was to be had in the drug trade and that he was very good at intimidating people. He also found that, despite his difficulties reading, he was very good at the basic mathematics required for his trade. He soon became the leader of his own drug ring called the North Holland Hustlers. At the height of his power, Dwayne claims he rented out entire apartments just to have someplace to store all the money that his gang was accumulating. Languages Predominantly American English Religions Protestantism (chiefly Baptist and Methodist); Roman Catholicism; Islam Related ethnic groups Sub-Saharan Africans and other African groups, some with Native American groups. ... Members of the Grove Street Families The Grand Theft Auto series of video games features a myriad of fictional gangs and criminal organizations of various ethnicities, histories and activities, which have served as both primary and secondary vehicles in the games plot points, as well as allies or foes of...


In 1999, Dwayne was arrested on crack distribution charges and sentenced to 9 years in prison. He was recently released, but is disturbed by the world of bling and excess he's found in an underworld that was all about straight business when he left it over a decade ago. He is depressed that his menacing and powerful reputation has been forgotten, even finding out that his girlfriend Cherise left him for another man after Dwayne pulled strings from behind bars to pay her rent over the years. Feeling betrayed, Dwayne is also angry that Playboy X ignores him and excludes him from the gang's business, which is resorting to more high-profile crimes. Niko is paid by Playboy to work for Dwayne, and he ends up sympathizing with Dwayne's plight and helps him rebuild his reputation and influence. After Dwayne pays Niko to shut down a club that he used to own that was taken over by associates of Playboy X, Dwayne and Playboy X call Niko to kill one another, giving him a choice of who to kill. If the player kills Playboy X, Dwayne gives Niko the penthouse of his old protegé, he becomes Niko's friend, and you receive Claude's outfit from GTA III. If the player kills Dwayne, Playboy X pays Niko but scolds him for killing his "father figure" and refuses to speak with him again. When hanging out with Dwayne, he complains about his hard knock life and comes off as very depressed - when drunk, he admits that he bottles up his emotions to maintain his tough persona. Niko eventually sternly tells Dwayne to stop lamenting about his past. Dwayne's special ability for being Niko's friend is sending two gangsters to Niko's location, who provide the player with backup. Dwayne lives in a Apartment Block at Vespucci Circus. Bling Bling is a 1999 hit hip-hop song by The B.G., featuring his Cash Money labelmates Juvenile, Lil Wayne, Turk, Baby, and Mannie Fresh. ...


Dwayne is voiced by Devin Richards.


United Liberty Paper Merchants

Introduced in: "Wrong is Right"[16]


United Liberty Paper, also known as U.L. Paper or simply U.L.P.C., is a front for a shadowy government agency that denies any affiliation to existing branches such as the Federal Investigation Bureau or National Office of Security Enforcement. Niko's contact is a presumed government agent who is revealed as Michelle's superior. Niko is blackmailed into performing reconnaissance and assassination missions for him or risk exposure to local law enforcements. The contact never reveals his true name and as such is often referred to synonymously with the organization he represents. U.L. Paper also offers to help Niko Darko Brevic, eventually going to far as to have him deported from Bucharest and brought into the country by government agents after Niko helps Jon Gravelli, who refers to U.L. Paper as 'our mutual friend'. He makes numerous references to being married, in the army, and once addresses Niko in Serbian, saying that America is 'just like the Old Country'. However, after giving any hint into his personal life he immediately contradicts himself, purposefully making any conjecture into his background unreliable at best.


The contact's appearance (complete with horn-rimmed glasses) as well as the fact that the agency's front is a paper company may be references to Noah Bennet and Primatech Paper respectively, from the TV series Heroes. For the Passions character, see Noah Bennett. ... The Company refers to a fictional covert international organization in the NBC drama Heroes. ... Heroes is an American science fiction serial drama television series created by Tim Kring, which premiered on NBC on September 25, 2006. ...


Ray Boccino

Introduced in "Harboring a Grudge"


Killed in "Pest Control..."


Raymond Boccino once threw a man into a dump truck and then crushing him to death for holding out on a tribute. He hires Niko for several jobs, mainly revolving around a huge diamond deal with Isaac Roth that ultimately fails. After completing a few missions for Ray, he gives Niko a safehouse in Alderney. In return for Niko's help, he helps locate Florian Cravic, the man Niko had tracked to Liberty City and suspects of betraying his old army unit. The diamond deal is not Ray's first failed large-scale venture, which upsets Don Jimmy Pegorino greatly - he believes that Ray is just a dumb thug that managed to survive long enough to climb the hierarchy and is not very good at organized crime. Ray also becomes slightly jealous of Niko as he gains more favor with the Don. Niko eventually kills him at the request of Pegorino, who thinks he is a rat.


Ray is voiced by Joe Barbara.


Phil Bell

Introduced in: "No Way on the Subway"


Philip Bell is the front operator for the Pegorino crime family in Alderney. Phil maintains that he is a legitimate businessman, managing construction yards and the Pegorino-owned Honker's Gentleman's Club based in Tudor. The authorities have his places of business bugged, so he speaks in generalities that will not implicate him in anything and he is always extra cautious with his planning. His caution often puts him at odds with capo Ray Boccino, who is far more daring with his crimes. Although Don Jimmy Pegorino says Phil is his best associate, he is also 90% Irish and that fact is frowned upon by the Five Families. Ironically, Phil may be having an affair with Pegorino's wife Angela, but Pegorino does not believe the rumors. In fact, Pegorino chooses to whack Ray instead of Phil, who is merely an associate in the organization, when he believes one of the two is a snitch. Phil is divorced and is very bitter at his ex-wife, who won full custody of his children. A bug is the common name for a covert listening device, usually a combination of a miniature radio transmitter with a microphone. ...


Phil also serves as something of a conscience / premonition during the game, engaging in discussions with Niko about decisions and following orders, a few missions before Niko has to decide first whether to kill Darko Brevic, and later whether to follow Pegorino's orders or take revenge. If the player chooses the "Revenge" storyline near the end of the game, the Pegorino Crime Family is dealt a serious blow, so Phil decides to leave the dying organization. Despite that, he tells Niko that he made the right decision by killing Dimitri. If the player chooses the "Deal" storyline, Phil will join Niko for the deal. The two end up shooting their way to the money due to Dimitri killing the heroin buyer at another location. Phil drives a Grey Intruder.


Phil Bell is voiced by Frank Bonsangue.


Jimmy Pegorino

Introduced in: "Pegorino's Pride"


Killed in: "Out of Commission" (Revenge)/ Dies: "A Revenger's Tragedy" (Deal)


Don James (Jimmy) "The Peg" Pegorino is a mobster heavily involved in drugs distribution, head of the Alderney based Pegorino Crime Family. The Pegorinos also have an hangout in Little Italy, the Drusilla's Ristorante. Jimmy Pegorino's main goal is to see his crime family being named part of the Liberty City Cosa Nostra "Commission". The main five families of Liberty City (The Ancelotti, Pavano, Messina, Gambetti and Lupisella Crime Syndicates) think that the Pegorinos are nothing more than a South Alderney gang. Pegorino had a son who killed himself, so he considers his bodyguard Anthony Corrado the closest thing he has to a son. It has been suggested that List of godfathers be merged into this article or section. ... Members of the Grove Street Families The Grand Theft Auto series of video games features a myriad of fictional gangs and criminal organizations of various ethnicities, histories and activities, which have served as both primary and secondary vehicles in the games plot points, as well as allies or foes of...


Pegorino appears in the final mission seeking Niko's help in selling off heroin that his organization had acquired. However, the police are closing in on the family's activities, so he needs to sell it off. Pegorino enters an alliance with Dimitri Rascalov, who finds buyers for the heroin. In the "Revenge" storyline, with the deal ruined due to Niko killing Dimitri, the Pegorino crime family is all but finished. Pegorino kills Kate McReary in retaliation for Niko ruining the drug deal, thus taking the role of the final boss of the game. In the "Deal" storyline, the deal goes through and the Pegorino crime family gains power and money, but Pegorino is betrayed and killed by Dimitri, who wants to keep everything for himself. Jimmy drives a Black Shafter. He lives in a Mansion on a Hill on Beaverhead Avenue in North Alderney, which is taken over by Kenny Petrovic after his death. Last boss (or final boss) is a term in video and computer games for the final antagonist of the story. ...


Jimmy is voiced by Tony Patellis.


Kate McReary

Introduced in: "Harboring a Grudge"


Can Die in: "Mr. and Mrs. Bellic" (Revenge)


Kate McReary is the only daughter in the McReary family. Packie says she is the only honest and good McReary sibling, and she's one of the few characters in the game who doesn't have a criminal record. Several of Packie's stories about the McReary family have to do with Kate witnessing several violent acts at a very young age, such as watching Gerry and Francis angrily beat each other up or catching Gerry return home with blood all over his clothes. She can be taken out on dates as with the other women in the game, but unlike the other girlfriends, Niko is unable to have a romantic relationship with her, thus, she will not let you in the house after a successful date, as Kate only considers Niko to be a friend.


If Niko chooses the "Deal" storyline, Kate sees that he will compromise his principles for money and refuses to go to Roman's wedding with him. However, after Roman's death, Kate offers her condolences and support to Niko. If he takes the "Revenge" storyline, Jimmy Pegorino, who wants revenge for the killing of Dimitri and the failure of the drug deal, attacks Roman's wedding and kills Kate by accident while trying to kill Niko. Roman later says that if he and Mallorie have a daughter together, he will name her Kate to honor her memory.


Gerry McReary

Introduced in: "Three Leaf Clover"


Gerald McReary is the boss of the Liberty City Irish Mob. He gives orders through his younger brother, Packie. Gerry is upset with the McReary Family's weakened state, which has them working as hired guns for the Pegorino family and other organizations, because they used to be the most powerful gang in the city. He does not trust Niko at first because he is not Irish, but changes his mind after Niko helps the McReary Family with a daring bank heist. Gerry then tasks Niko with attacking other criminal organizations to prove that the McReary Family still has power, but which also benefit his employer, Don Jimmy Pegorino. Gerry starts to grow a trust with Niko asking him to help watch over the family while he's in prison. Throughout the course of the game, he is released from prison and subsequently rearrested on charges such as armed robbery and racketeering. Despite being incarcerated, Gerry still gives thinly veiled orders to Niko revolving around the kidnapping of Gracie Ancelotti to barter for diamonds that the Ancelotti family stole from Ray Boccino. Although Packie initially believes that the charges against Gerry will be dropped, Gerry hints to Niko that he will be in prison for a very long time. The Irish Mob, or Irish Mafia, is one of the oldest organized crime groups in the United States, in existence since the early 19th century. ...


Derrick McReary

Introduced in: "Three Leaf Clover"


Can be killed in: "Blood Brothers"


Derrick McReary is yet another member of McReary Family and 51 years old, which makes him the oldest. He has a drug and alcohol problem, so Packie asks Niko to keep an eye out for his brother's safety. Derrick has recently returned from Ireland where he assisted the Provisional Irish Republican Army in fighting the British, but his other brother, Francis, says that Derrick actually fled there to lay low because he ripped off powerful mobsters in Liberty City. Two of Derrick's old friends, Bucky Sligo and Aiden O'Malley, believed that Derrick snitched on them to the authorities and constantly threatened him and his family as result, despite Derrick's claims of innocence. The accusations from his former friends caused him tremendous grief and fueled his drug addictions. If Niko hangs out with Packie enough, he will eventually reveal that Derrick actually did snitch on Bucky and Aiden. The Provisional Irish Republican Army (Irish: Óglaigh na hÉireann) (IRA; also referred to as the PIRA, the Provos, or by some of its supporters as the Army or the RA.[2]) is an Irish Republican, left wing[3] paramilitary organisation that, until the Belfast Agreement, sought to end Northern...


Derrick seems to be the most compassionate of all the McReary children, as is shown with the way he tries to calm down the bank staff and customers during the heist. When Francis discovers that Derrick is back in town, he worries that he will reveal Francis' corruption to the press for money. He talks with Derrick in a park as part of an attempt to use Niko to kill him, thinking that he must go outside the law to take down his brother. Niko has a choice of who to kill. The player does not receive anything from Derrick for killing Francis.However, the other Mcrearys seem to take his death harder than Francis' death.


Bernie Crane / Florian Cravic

Introduced in: "Weekend at Florian's"


Bernie Crane, real name Florian Cravic, is the person that Niko tracked down to America. He served with Niko in the Bosnian War and is one of the two men that Niko suspects betrayed his old army unit. In return for Niko's help, Pegorino Crime Family Capo Ray Boccino locates a man named Talbot Daniels that knows Cravic, who leads Niko to Cravic's apartment. After a tense encounter, during which a terrified Florian accuses Niko of the very same betrayal Niko is about to take revenge for, Niko soon realizes that Cravic is not the culprit. While Roman references that Florian used to work in an abbatoir, after coming to America Cravic changed his name to Bernie and reworked his life, becoming a very flamboyantly effeminate gay man that works as a life coach and an aerobics instructor. At first, Niko is annoyed when Bernie begs him for help, admonishing him to 'not be a fag'. However, Niko's friendship with him grows based on their shared experience before coming to America. Bernie is amazed that Niko is still haunted by the betrayal that occurred so many years ago, which Roman says is proof that Niko needs to let go of the past and move on. Bernie eventually gives Bryce's sports car to Niko as a thank-you gift for protecting his relationship with Bryce from blackmailers, claiming he 'only power-walks or takes cabs'. Bernie lives in an Apartment on Ivy Drive South. Life coaching is used by a growing number of psychologists to aid clients with transitions in their personal life, and in the process of self-actualization. ... An aerobics class. ...


Jon Gravelli

Introduced in "Entourage"


Dies after "Out of Comminission"/"A Revenger's Tragedy"


Jonathan Gravelli is the old school and well-connected Don of the Gambetti Crime Family. He has many politicians in his pocket and does not approve of foreign crime taking hold of Liberty City. The aging Gravelli is currently a patient in Schottler Medical Center for an unknown illness, which has taken a large toll on his health. Regardless, Niko and Gravelli seem to share a nihilistic, grim sense of humour. Gravelli is introduced to Niko via cellphone through the boss at U.L. Paper, who is only referred to as a "mutual friend," and it seems both are allies due to their mutual goal of ridding the country of illegal activities committed by foreign crime syndicates. It is through Gravelli and U.L. Paper's assistance that Niko is able to have Darko Brevic, the man who betrayed his army unit, delivered to him. After Niko has taken his revenge on Dimitri Rascalov or Jimmy Pegorino, Gravelli passes away in the hospital, prior to standing trial. Members of the Grove Street Families The Grand Theft Auto series of video games features a myriad of fictional gangs and criminal organizations of various ethnicities, histories and activities, which have served as both primary and secondary vehicles in the games plot points, as well as allies or foes of...


Michelle/Karen

Introduced in: "Three's a Crowd"


Michelle, real name Karen, is Niko's first girlfriend. She eventually reveals that she is a government official named Karen and confiscates Elizabeta's cocaine. She works for U.L. Paper. After she reveals her true identity to Niko, she can no longer be dated. She is revealed to be a smoker and may also have a criminal past, as hinted by the boss at U.L. Paper.


Minor characters

Talbot Daniels

Introduced in: "Weekend at Florians"


Talbot Daniels is a Man who helped Niko and Roman find Florian Cravic's Apartment.


Tony Black

Introuduced/Killed in: "Actions Speak Louder Than Words"


Antonio Black is a member of the Ancelotti Crime Family, he is killed after his Car explodes at a meet with the other Ancelottis.


Frankie Garone

Introduced/Killed in: "I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots and Your Motorcycle"


Frank Garone is a long time Ancelotti Crime Family member who is killed by Niko on orders from Gerry McReary so he can try to weaken the Ancelottis for the Pegorino Crime Family.


Teddy Benavidez

Introduced/Killed in: "A Long Way to Fall"


Ted Benavidez is one of the leaders of the Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers. He was working for Ray Boccino until he ordered Niko Bellic to kill him.


Jermaine Andrews

Introduced in: "Easy Fare"


Jermaine Andrews is a good friend of Roman's who has to be picked up by Niko. He is a member of the M.O.B. and is not seen again after that mission.


Rodislav Bulgarin

Introduced in: "Russian Revolution"


Killed After: "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend"


Ray Bulgarin is a Russian Mobster who used to be in charge of a human trafficking ring across the Mediterranean Sea and Niko's former boss, he now runs the Bulgarin Crew. Early in the game, Bulgarin discovers that Niko has fled to America and forms an alliance with the Liberty City Bratva and Dimitri Rascalov. Bulgarin claims that Niko stole money from him and fled during a smuggling run, though Niko claims to have escaped simply to avoid being arrested. Bulgarin does not believe this and orders his men to kill Niko, but Niko escapes with Little Jacob's assistance. In the latter half of the storyline, Bulgarin disrupts a ransom made by the McReary family for the life of Gracie Ancelotti. One of Bulgarin's henchmen discards the ransom diamonds into a rubbish truck, and in-game media later report that the diamonds were found in a rubbish dump by a homeless man. Bulgarin does not appear after this, because it says on the LCPD Database that he is Deceased, probably because Dimitri got furious with Bulgarin because he failed to kill Niko and Packie at the sewage works. Mobster is a slang term for a person who participates in organized crime, which is known as belonging to the Mob. In western stories and movies, cowboys as mobsters are known as outlaws. ...


Darko Brevic

Introduced/Can be killed in: "That Special Someone"


Darko Brevic is a man who betrayed Niko Bellic's old army unit. As a reward for all of Niko's help, Jon Gravelli and U.L. Paper track down Darko in Bucharest, Romania. They kidnap him and bring him to Liberty City where Niko confronts him, discovering that Darko has a drug addiction and that he betrayed his unit for a mere $1,000 in order to buy drugs, and implies that he wanted to get revenge for some of the unit murdering his neighbours. During the time that has since passed, his addiction has worsened from his overwhelming guilt. Darko begs Niko to kill him, freeing him from his demons. The player is given the choice of killing him or sparing his life. If the player spares Darko, Niko initially becomes angry at his decision and admits that "it took every fibre of my being pulling in the same direction not to kill Darko," but decides that allowing Darko to suffer is a worse punishment than death. If the player chooses to kill Darko, he thanks Niko with his dying breath and Niko regrets his decision. Nickname: Motto: Patria si Dreptul Meu (My Country and My Right) Location of Bucharest within Romania (in red) Coordinates: , Country County Founded 1459 (first official record) Government  - Mayor Sorin Oprescu (Independent) Area  - City 228 km² (88 sq mi)  - Metro 238 km² (91. ...


Dardan Petrela

Introduced in: "Three's A Crowd"


Killed in: "Bleed Out"


Dardan Pretela is the leader of the Albanian Loan-Sharks and also operates in a fence by selling stolen objects which is by said Roman when he says "If I wanted to buy a stolen T.V, I would go to Dardan." He works along with fellow goons, Bledar Morina and his brother Kalem Petrela. First, Niko breaks his arm in the mission 'Three's A Crowd', and then chases him down and kills him with a knife (or it is possible for the protagonist to kick him out the window) after Bledar and Kalem beat up Roman at a basketball court. His death leaves Roman debt free with the Albanians.


Bledar Morina

Introduced in: "Three's A Crowd"


Bledar Morina is a Albanian Gangster who is a member of the Albanian Loan-Sharks operating in Broker. Niko beats him up on a basketball court. He is not seen afterwards.


Morina is voiced by Gregory Korostishevsky.


Kalem Petrela

Introduced in: "Three's A Crowd"


Kalem is an Albanian Gangster who is the Co-Leader of the Albanian Loan-Sharks in Broker. He is Dardan's brother. Niko beats him up in a playground fight. he is not seen afterwards.


Cherise Glover

Introduced/Can be killed in: "Ruff Rider"


Cherise Glover was Dwayne's longtime girlfriend. Before he went to prison, he gave Cherise everything she wanted. While he was in jail, Dwayne even managed to pull some strings to help Cherise pay her rent. Upon release however, he learns that Cherise has forgotten him and is dating Jayvon, a known snitch, and they have been spending Dwayne's money together. Niko volunteers to get Dwayne's money back and kill Jayvon. Upon approaching Cherise and Jayvon, the player can choose to either kill Cherise or let her live. If the player executes Cherise, Dwayne will claim to have seen her, and question her death, only to be assured by Niko that he is hallucinating. If the player lets Cherise live, Dwayne tells Niko that while he thinks that Cherise is an idiot, he is glad she is not dead.


Later in the game, the player may bump into Cherise on the streets, who tells Niko her new boyfriend hits her. Upon hearing this, Niko goes to the boyfriend's house and intimidates him, warning him never to go near Cherise again. However, the boyfriend can also be killed by Niko, to which Cherise fearfully responds by calling Niko a maniac and running away, telling him to stay away from her. From there Dwayne calls Niko hearing rumors that they've been together. Niko clears things up and tells him it was just a favor and nothing more.


Gracie Ancelotti

Introduced in: "I'll Take Her..."


Grace Ancelotti is the daughter of Giovanni Ancelotti, Boss of the Ancelotti Crime Family. Gerry McReary orders her kidnapped, in order to bargain with the Ancelottis for money. Niko kidnaps her after responding to a For Sale ad she posted online for her pink Feltzer, which is the only car in the game to have a custom paint-job. After Niko test drives her car, during which she seems to actually fancy Niko, he drives her to the safehouse to kidnap her. On the way, she tries to wrestle control of the steering wheel from him and climb out from the car, and is subsequently knocked out by Niko. Niko develops a deep loathing for her during this sequence. This is shown mostly by the fact that he hits her often, has her bound and gagged throughout most of her appearances and makes her travel in the trunk of his car. After she is returned to her family, she can be encountered outside her home, where she recognizes Niko (though he barely remembers her), and orders some mobsters to attack him. However, this is only if the player gets close to her - she can be killed if the player shoots her with a sniper rifle.


Luca Silvestri

Introduced in: "Taking in the Trash"


Killed in: "Meltdown"


Luca Silvestri is a waste collector with ties to the Pegorino crime family. As part of a plan to smuggle diamonds for Ray Boccino, Luca and his two fellow waste collectors, Joe DiLeo and John Barbosa - along with Niko - were assigned to pick up garbage bags secretly filled with the diamonds. When Niko departs, Luca and the rest of his crew keep the diamonds for themselves and plan to start a new life in Las Venturas. Ray finds out and sends Niko to stop them. Luca and his crew try to escape, but crash their car in Middle Park. Luca retreats to a public restroom stall, where Niko corners and kills him and retrieves the diamonds. Ray reveals that he never intended for Niko to kill them during a phone call with Niko. Waste collection vehicle operating in Pragues streets A waste collector, also known as: British English Dustman Bin man Dustbin man Refuse collector US English Garbage man Garbage collector Sanitation engineer Trash collector Australian English Garbo is a person employed by a municipality/local authority or by a private company...


Joe DiLeo

Introduced in: "Taking in the Trash"


Killed in: "Meltdown"


Joseph (Joe) "Joey Tuna" DiLeo is another waste collector who was part of Luca's plan to keep Ray Boccino's stolen diamonds for themselves. He is killed by Niko during a shootout in Middle Park. He is voiced by Peter Pavio.


John Barbosa

Introduced in: "Taking in the Trash"


Killed in: "Meltdown:


Jonathan (John) "Johnny Spaz" Barbosa is another waste collector who stole diamonds from Ray Boccino. He is killed by Niko during a shootout in Middle Park.


Ivan Bytchkov

Introduced in '"Clean Getaway"


Can be killed in '"Ivan the Not so Terrible"


Ivan Bytchkov is a Russian burglar based in Hove Beach. Vlad Glebov orders Niko to execute him by Mikhail Faustin's command. Ivan can be killed or left alive. If left alive, he is later encountered on the streets. Ivan is engaged, lives in Alderney, and has a new job as a "money lender." Niko helps Ivan collect a debt from several thugs who choose not to repay him.


Gordon Sargent

Introduced in: "Waste Not Want Knots"


Gordon Sargent is an associate of the Liberty City's Declining Irish Mob. He robs, along with Packie McReary, Michael Keane and Niko Bellic, the Ancelotti Crime Family's Waste Management Office on Colony Island. Gordon is later assigned to keep watch over the kidnapped Gracie Ancelotti. He is also seen in Team Mafiya Work, who wants to be taken out "whoreing". The Irish Mob, or Irish Mafia, is one of the oldest organized crime groups in the United States, in existence since the early 19th century. ...


He is voiced by David Conley


Anthony Corrado

Introduced in "Pegorino's Pride"


Killed in "Flatline"


Tony Corrado is connected with the Liberty City Cosa Nostra. He is revealed by Pegorino, who he is bodyguard for, to be wearing a wire and working for the FBI. He suffers a heart attack whilst preparing to testify against Pegorino, and is placed under maximum security at a hospital, which Niko is forced to infiltrate in order to silence him. Charles Lucky Luciano, one of the most famous American bosses (La) Cosa Nostra (our thing or this thing of ours in Italian) is a worldwide alliance of criminals, linked through both familial and conspiratorial ties, that is dedicated to pursuing crime and protecting its members. ...


Robert Funaro, Eugene Pontecorvo of The Sopranos, gave his physics and voice to this character. Robert Funaro (born January 23, 1959) is an American film and television actor. ... Eugene Pontecorvo, played by actor Robert Funaro, is a fictional character in the popular HBO television series The Sopranos. ... This article is about the television series. ...


Michael Keane

Introduced in: "Waste Not Want Knots"


Dies in: "Three Leaf Clover"


Michael Keane, sometimes called Saint Michael, is an associate of the McReary Crime Family. He is often called stupid by his cohorts, who accuse him of being inbred. He helps Packie, Gordon and Niko rob the Ancelotti Crime Family at their Warehouse on Colony Island. Later, he helps them rob the bank with Derrick McReary, but one of the hostages reveals a hidden gun and shoots him. Packie laments about his death, wishing he had been nicer to Michael.


He is voiced by Pete O'Connor


Clarence Little

Introduced/Can be killed in: "Holland Nights"


Clarence Little is a drug dealer based in East Holland. Niko is sent to kill him by Francis McReary. His life can be spared if the player chooses, only for Clarence to appear later (as a "random character") and threaten to blackmail Niko, after which he is promptly killed.


Tony Prince

Introduced in "Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend"


'Gay' Anthony Prince is a nightclub entrepreneur connected with the Ancelotti Crime Family through Gracie Ancelotti. His personal bodyguard is Luis Fernando Lopez. Tony and Luis are sent to the diamond exchange to bring home Gracie Ancelotti. Tony is 50 years old.


Real Badman

Introduced in: "Shadow"


Teafore Maxwell-Davies is a Caribbean cannabis dealer and an associate of Little Jacob. He speaks Jamaican Patois, as opposed to Jacob's Rastafarian English. As a result, Jacob acts as his translator. He is introduced to Niko in the mission "Shadow" when he complains about another dealer moving in on his turf. He asks Niko to get rid of these dealers for him so he can continue business as usual. After "Shadow", he can be met on the streets as a "random character mission", where he and Niko go to take out a gang of rivaling drug dealers. When riding with Jacob, he sometimes talks about Badman growing paranoid due to his marijuana consumption (noting that while they consume the same amount, the effects on Badman are a lot more intense), expressing concern that he doesn't want to get in his way. Niko suggests that Jacob convince him to stop taking as much, but Jacob mentions another criminal, nicknamed "Grandfather," who was the only man able to calm Badman down, and who has since retired to Jamaica. Regardless of this, Badman appears at Roman's and Mallorie's wedding among the guests. This article is about the plant genus Cannabis. ... Jamaican Patois, also known locally as Patois (Patwa), or simply Jamaican, and called Jamaican Creole by linguists, is an English/African-based language—not to be confused with Jamaican English nor with the Rastafarian use of English—used primarily in Jamaica and the Jamaican diaspora. ... Haile Selassie I Rastafarian vocabulary, or Iyaric, is part of an intentionally created dialect of English. ...


He is voiced by Seeborn


Tom Goldberg

Introduced/Killed in: "Final Interview"[17]


Thomas Goldberg is a lawyer working for Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster, a law firm based in Liberty City. Niko receives a phone call from police officer Francis McReary asking him to kill Tom Goldberg in addition to retrieving evidence that Goldberg has collected against him. Niko is instructed to submit a fake résumé to Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster using the game's internet browser at TW@, an internet cafe, in addition to acquiring a suit if he doesn't have one yet. When Niko arrives for his scheduled interview, the player can allow Goldberg to ramble on a bit about video game violence before revealing that he's been sent by McReary. Niko takes the evidence on McReary and then assassinates Goldberg before making an escape. This event is eventually reported through the in-game internet news service. The character may be a parody of Jack Thompson. For other uses, see Phone (disambiguation). ... A web browser is a software package that enables a user to display and interact with documents hosted by web servers. ... It has been suggested that PC bang be merged into this article or section. ... For other persons of the same name, see Jack Thompson. ...


Kenny Petrovic

Introduced in: "Multiplayer"


Kenneth Petrovic is a South Broker based Russian Mob Boss. While not seen in the singleplayer portion of the game, he is described as possibly the most powerful Russian Mob Boss in the Country. His Organization is seemingly at peace with The Faustin Crew until Faustin orders Kenny's son killed. Kenny is prepared to go to war and kill all those responsible, but Dimitri strikes a deal with him in which Niko would kill Mikhail.


However Kenny is prominent, in the multiplayer aspect of the game. He appears in the multiplayer missions Mafiya Work and Team Mafiya Work. In these missions, the player must obey Petrovic's orders, protect him from rival mobsters and take care of Kenny's "black list." He also appears in the multiplayer missions "bomb da base", and "hangman's NOOSE" as the player's boss.


Lenny Petrovic

Introduced/Killed in: "Final Destination"


Leonid Petrovic is the son of Kenny Petrovic and working for Mikhail Faustin. He is suspected of betraying Faustin and Niko is, on a whim, ordered to kill him. After assassinating Lenny, Dimitri reveals that only by killing Faustin can Niko be spared by Kenny Petrovic for killing his son.


Isaac Roth

Introduced in "Museum Piece"


Killed in: "Late Checkout"[18]


Isaac Roth is an Hasidic Jew and a diamond dealer. He deals with "blood diamonds", which is illegal. After a deal in the Libertonian Museum goes awry and the diamonds in question are lost in the fray, Ray Boccino and Isaac blame each other. Ray sends Niko to the Majestic Hotel to kill him. Hasidic Judaism (Hebrew: Chasidut חסידות) is a Haredi Jewish religious movement. ... This article is about the mineral. ... A conflict diamond (also called a blood diamond) is a diamond mined in a war zone and sold, usually clandestinely, in order to finance an insurgent or invading armys war efforts. ...


Johnny Klebitz

Introduced in: "Blow Your Cover"


Jonathan Klebitz is a biker, member of the Lost gang, who is first met by Niko after both of them and Playboy X are trusted to watch over the heroin deal for Elizabeta. The deal goes wrong as the buyers turn out to be LCPD undercover agents, and Johnny disappears during the shootout. Later, he reappears when Ray asks Niko to proceed in the diamond deal with Isaac, and Niko expresses his hope that the deal goes better than the previous one; predictably, the deal goes wrong, and Johnny escapes and disappears with two million dollars in cash, and Niko is sent after to find and eliminate his friends.


Marco Bonnaro

Introduced/Killed in: "Pegorino's Pride"


Marco Bonnaro is one of Jimmy Pegorino's bodyguards during the meet with the Pavano Crime Family. He is killed by Pavano hitmen.


Pete Marchetti

Introduced/Killed in: "Pegorino's Pride"


Peter Marchetti is Jimmy Pegorino's other bodyguard during the Pavano meet. He is also killed by Pavano hitmen.


Young-Guk Kim

Introduced in: "Babysitting"


Killed in: "Dining Out"


Young-Guk Kim is the son of a North Korean friend of Derrick McReary and the leader of the Korean Mob based in Alderney City, Derrick and Niko help him out by taking down people who were shooting at him while he was trying to smuggle conterfeit bills. Niko later kills him under orders from Jimmy Pegorino and Jon Gravelli.


Mohammad

Introduced in: "The First time Niko goes in one of Roman's Taxis"


Mohammad is a South Asian taxi driver in his late thirties employed under Roman and is the one who drives Niko around when he gains free taxi rides as Roman's friendship ability. He at first picks Niko up in one of Roman's Esperanto taxis, but upgrades to an Cavalcade (the game version of a Cadillac Escalade) right after Roman buys a new safehouse in Algonquin. He is usually rude and hates not only Roman but also Niko for getting free cab rides. Mohammad usually calls Niko a "dog lover". Mohammad admits the only reason he works for Roman is to meet girls and to get his wife to shut up and usually cheats on her with his female customers. It has been hinted in conversations with him that he has six kids. (His wife hasn't had any yet, but he estimates that with all of the adulterous acts he commits, he probably has around that number.) He is always seen wearing a blue jacket. Map of South Asia South Asia is a subregion of Asia comprising the modern states of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, . It covers about 4,480,000 km², or 10 percent of the continent, and is also known as the Indian subcontinent. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...


Maureen McReary

Introduced in: "Harboring a Grudge"


Maureen McReary is the elderly mother of Derrick, Francis, Packie, Gerry and Kate McReary. She is well aware of her sons' criminal activities and also believes that her late husband is "in hell." If the player kills Derrick, Maureen is very devastated that he is dead because he never got to live a successful life. If the player kills Francis, she thinks that he was killed simply because he was a cop. Packie seemingly dislikes being under his mother's wing at times, but is really loving towards her, and cares about her deeply. At the end of the revenge storyline Packie comforts her after Kate's murder.


Ilyena Faustin

Introduced in: "No Love Lost"


Ilyena Faustin is the wife of Mikhail Faustin, and the mother of his daughter Anna. Ilyena has short blonde hair and seems to be in her mid 50's. She is a legal immigrant from Russia, and has a heart to heart talk with Niko. She is shown to be gentle and kind hearted, in contrast to her violent and aggressive husband. She is often abused by her husband and yelled at for continuing her Russian customs. After Faustin's death she is found at Firefly Island by Niko and tells him about how her life and financial situation has worsened as a result of Faustin's death. She also worries her daughter will become a stripper due to her hanging out with a suspicious man who is a member of "The Lost" biker gang . Niko, feeling guilty for causing Ilyena problems, goes to beat up the person who keeps harassing her daughter. Before he leaves to accomplish the task she begs him not to kill the man.


Anna Faustin

Introduced in: "No Love Lost"


Anna Faustin is the daughter of Ilyena and Mikhail Faustin. Her father is constantly mad at her rebelling nature, and Anna seems to cause trouble to upset her dad. Ilyena often takes Anna's side and lets her go out and have fun when her father isn't home. It seems as though Anna wants to get out of her home because of the way her father treats her mother, and herself. Anna's boyfriend is killed after Mr. Faustin orders a hit on him (Niko being the hit-man). Her boyfriend was a biker gang member. Later on in the story she starts hanging out with another member of The Lost biker gang. This time her mother worries that she will become a stripper due to his influnce. Niko leaves to beat him up.


Lyle Rivas

Introduced/Killed In: "Search and Delete"


Lyle Rivas is a Puerto Rican drug trafficker killed by Niko. Lyle was chased throughout Liberty City and killed by being run over by Niko. In the following mission Niko is ordered to take his car.


Tom Rivas

Introduced/Killed in: "Out of the Closet"


Thomas (Tom) "French Tom" Rivas is Lyle Rivas's gay cousin who owed Brucie money and is later killed at The 69th Street Diner by Niko.


Carmen Ortiz

Introduced in: "Blow Your Cover"


One of the female characters that Niko can date. She constantly refers to herself in third person, and is by all measures extremely self-important. If she is dated, she explicitly states that Niko is not the only man in her life, and implicitly makes it clear that her main goal is to obtain money, favour and possessions from her boyfriends. She is a nurse and can heal Niko over the phone. She can also be seen dancing with Elizabeta in a cutscene in Blow Your Cover.


Jayvon Simson

Introduced/Killed in: "Ruff Rider"


Jayvon is a member of the North Holland Hustlers who has been dating Dwayne's old girlfriend Cherise. Dwayne sends Niko to collect cash from Jayvon, who was at an arcade with Cherise, but he escaped and Niko had to kill him to get the Cash.


Marlon Bridges

Introduced/Killed in: "Photo Shoot"


Marlon is also a member of the North Holland Hustlers, Playboy X asks Niko to photograph then kill him while he is at a Basketball Court in Northwood.


Mickey

Introduced in: "Bull in a China Shop"


Can be killed in: "Uncle Vlad"


Mickey is the Bartender at The Comrade's Bar in Hove Beach, in the Mission "Hung Out to Dry", he can be seen talking to a Man who is saying that Smoking in a Bar is a Crime. He can be killed in the Mission "Uncle Vlad" after watching the 2nd cutscene.


Tommy

Introduced in: "Catch the Wave"


Tommy is the Bartender at The Honker's Club in Tudor, he is told by Phil Bell to let him know if Jimmy Pegorino calls to tell him to collect a Van in Leftwood so they could use it to collect Drugs from the Rascalov Crew. He is last seen in the Cutscene, "One Last Thing", giving Niko, Vodka on the Rocks.


Jimmy

Introduced/Can be Killed in: "Clean Getaway"


Jimmy is a guy who owes Vlad Glebov money. In the Mission "Clean Getaway", Niko is told to steal his Silver Blista Compact. When approaching the Blista Compact, Jimmy can be seen cleaning his car with his bodyguard standing nearby, after a few words with Jimmy, you have the choice of killing him, or leaving him alive.


Jay Hamilton

Introduced in: "Escuela of the Streets"


Killed in: "Have a Heart"


Jay is Manny Escuela's Cameraman, his Camera is accidentally smashed by Niko on the "Escuela of the Streets" Mission. Later, on the Mission, The Puerto Rican Connection, Manny's film is ready, but Manny complains that Jay made him look Gay and also made him look like a transexualist. He is last seen at Elizabeta Torres' Apartment with Manny trying to get more better footage for the film, but they are killed in the process. GAY can mean: Gay, a term referring to homosexual men or women The IATA code for Gaya Airport Category: ...


Andrei

Introduced/Killed in: "Crime and Punishment


Andrei is a member of the faustin crew. He was sent out to find Niko and Roman. He finds Roman hiding in a dumpster near faustins caberet club and knocks out Niko with his gun. When Andrei and Dimitri Rascalov are holding The cousins in Faustins basement. Mikhail Faustin comes downstairs and shoots Andrei killing him. Dimitri laments Andrei's death later in the game.


Unseen characters

Milica Bellic

Milica Bellic is Niko's mother and Roman's aunt, who frequently sends emails to him during the course of the game's storyline. In her emails, she mentions that she feels guilty that a person like Niko was corrupted by the environment that he grew up in. Roman suggests that she should move to America to live with them, but Niko completely disagrees, thinking that it will make things much worse and pointing out the extent of trouble in their lives.


Giovanni Ancelotti

Giovanni Ancelotti is the Reputed Boss of the Ancelotti Crime Family. Due to his age his orders are given through his daughter, Gracie.


Julio Ochoa

Julio Ochoa is the Mayor of Liberty City. He is absent throughout the course of the game, although he is mentioned and referenced during missions and on in-game media. A mayor (from the Latin māior, meaning larger, greater) is the modern title of the highest ranking municipal officer. ...


Bryce Dawkins

Bryce Dawkins is the Deputy Mayor of Liberty City. He is said to be ultra conservative, and "enjoys ramming family values down your throat while taking it from behind with two in one hole". Due to his extreme liberal gun control policies, owning or selling of firearms in Liberty City is either illegal or extremely difficult, forcing most to resort to black market sellers like Little Jacob. Despite being married, he is in fact gay and dating Bernie Crane. In return for protecting Bernie from Dimitri Rascalov, Bernie gives Niko an Infernus sports car, which was given to him by Bryce. The Deputy Mayor of a community is the number two official to the mayor. ...


Thomas Stubs III

Thomas Stubs III is the Corrupt Congressman of the Liberty City State. He is currently facing allegations surrounding pork barrel spending. He has been criticized by Liberty City's media on his attempts to get a major Tsunami protection plan and avalanche warning system in place for the city. In broad terms, political corruption is the misuse of public (governmental) power for illegitimate, usually secret, private advantage. ... A Congressman or Congresswoman (generically, Congressperson) is a politician who is a member of a Congress. ... A pork barrel, literally, is a barrel in which pork is kept. ...


Lola Del Rio

Lola is a prostitute who appears on promotional artwork and the introduction sequence for the game.[19] In October 2007, her character art was painted on the side of a building in SoHo, New York, advertising the game.[20] Prostitution is the sale of sexual services (typically manual stimulation, oral sex, sexual intercourse, or anal sex) for cash or other kind of return, generally indiscriminately with many persons. ... Cast-iron architecture in Greene Street SoHo is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan. ...


A prostitute by the name of Lola Del Rio can be found in the police database, visiting www.libertycitypolice.com from one of he three internet cafés in Liberty City. Her profile in the database describes that she was born in San Fierro but moved to Liberty City. It also states that she is often seen sucking a lollipop, and that she hangs around at Star Junction. The Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas rendition of San Andreas. ...


Maria Valvona

Mary Valvona is the leader of the Pavano Crime Family, she sends many of her men to go to a deal to ambush Jimmy Pegorino, who was preparing to give the Pavanos Money at an old refinery.


Harvey Noto

Harvey Noto is the Don of the Messina Crime Family.


Vincent Lupisella

Vincent Lupisella is the Don of the Lupisella Crime Family, he is the father of Mark 'Loopy' Lupisella,and his Syndicate may be a threat to the Gambetti Crime Family.


Mark Lupisella

Mark Lupisella is the nephew of Vincent Lupisella, he is obviously Mad because of his Nickname, Loopy.


Sergei

Sergei is a member of the Faustin Crew, Sergei is brutally killed by Faustin shortly after Niko and Roman are captured.


"Random" characters

Several characters can be encountered while walking on the street - they are usually accompanied by a small icon on the radar.

  • Hossan Ramzy was Niko's shipmate and friend on the "Platypus". As stated by an e-mail, he went off to live the American Dream in Florida, but decided to head back north to Liberty City. It is possible for the player to meet up with Hossan as a random encounter on the streets, where he works as a street vendor selling purses. He and Niko pursue and kill a man who refused to pay Hossan for one of his products.
  • Eddie Low is a deranged serial killer whose murders are frequently featured on in-game news websites and radio news bulletins. He is encountered twice by Niko. On their first meeting, Low acts in a highly suspicious manner, but Niko agrees to take him and his suspect package to the docks, where Low disposes of it, for money. The second encounter leads to Low pulling a knife on Niko, forcing Niko to execute him. After Eddie's death, a news report is added to the in-game websites, where the police chief expresses disappointment at not being able to come up with a suitable media nickname for Low, due to the random nature of his killings, and his wanton mutilation of corpses.
  • Brian Meech is a crack addict who can be encountered by Niko on the streets. Occasionally, the player may spot and deal with him. Brian eventually gets over his drug problem, gets engaged and starts living a normal life. He asks Niko to help him end a deal with one of his former associates.
  • Jeff is one of the random characters met on the street by Niko. When first encountered, Jeff asks Niko to tail his wife as he believes that she is cheating on him. Niko photographs her eating with another man but thinks Jeff is overreacting. Jeff later calls Niko back, since he ended up killing his wife in a jealous rage and asks Niko to dispose of the body. He remarries, but suspects his new wife is also cheating on him. Jeff is killed by a car as he walks across the street to confront his wife.
  • Sara is a young woman who seems very concerned about her appearance and the decline of her good looks. When Niko first meets her, she asks that she give him a ride, then introduces him to her ex-husband, telling him that she has been sleeping with Niko. The ex-husband becomes enraged and starts to attack Niko, at which point the player can either deal with the husband or run away. Niko bumps into her again later, and she asks that he go and collect a package from a Perseus store and bring it to her photoshoot.
  • Pathos is a an aspiring rapper who is selling his self-released album to people in Star Junction. Niko first helps Pathos by killing two people who insult his talent. When Niko meets him again, Pathos is shot by a thug and must be driven to the hospital - on the way, the two conclude that being shot is actually good for Pathos' image. Pathos promises to thank Niko on his next album, right after his mother and God.
  • Marnie Allen is a young woman from the Midwest that is addicted to drugs. She claims her problems started the moment her bus arrived in Liberty City, where several porn directors waited to take advantage of naive girls from out of town. Marnie also sleeps with men for money. On their first meeting, Niko fruitlessly attempts to talk Marnie out of her ways, but he nonetheless agrees to drive her somewhere out of pure pity. When Niko meets her again, Marnie finally decides to head back home and start her life over, so Niko gives her $500 to help her out. Marnie will later e-mail Niko, revealing that she is currently attending college to become a psychologist and is living happily back home with her parents.
  • Mel is a drunk that is seen during a cutscene very early in the game at "Comrades", a bar owned by Vlad Glebov. Niko will encounter him later in Broker, where he claims to have gone sober. Mel is in the process of paying back debts and asks Niko to drive him to a group of men that he owes money to. The men do not forgive Mel and try to kill him, but Niko kills them first. Mel is thankful, but it looks like he is still not completely sober after all.

External links

  • Random characters in GTA IV

References

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Grand Theft Auto 2 (also known as GTA2) is a video game that was released worldwide on October 22, 1999, by developer DMA Design (now Rockstar North); initially for the Windows operating system and the PlayStation. ... Grand Theft Auto III (abbreviated as GTA III or GTA3) is a sandbox-style action-adventure computer and video game developed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North), and published by Rockstar Games. ... Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (released in October 2002) is the fourth video game in the hit Grand Theft Auto series. ... Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is the fifth video game in the Grand Theft Auto series. ... Grand Theft Auto Advance is a handheld console game developed by Digital Eclipse, published by Rockstar Games, and released on October 25, 2004 for the Game Boy Advance. ... Grand Theft Auto IV (abbreviated to GTA IV and GTA 4) is a sandbox-style action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar North. ... Claude refers to a set of fictional characters in the Grand Theft Auto video game series by Rockstar Games. ... Thomas Tommy Vercetti is a fictional character, voiced by Ray Liotta, in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. ... Carl CJ Johnson is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series, serving as the protagonist, anti-hero/hero and player-controlled character in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. ... A number of recurring characters appear during the various missions or cut scenes in the video game Grand Theft Auto Advance, set roughly one year before events in Grand Theft Auto III (which takes place in late-2001). ... Antonio Toni Cipriani is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. ... Victor Vic Vance is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. ... Niko Bellic is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series, serving as the anti-heroic protagonist and player-controlled character in Grand Theft Auto IV. He is 30 years of age and a Bosnian War veteran from Eastern Europe[1], between 511 and 6’2... A number of recurring characters appear during the various missions or cut scenes in the video game Grand Theft Auto III, set in 2001. ... A number of recurring characters appear during the various missions or cut scenes in the video game Grand Theft Auto Advance, set roughly one year before events in Grand Theft Auto III (which takes place in late-2001). ... The Grand Theft Auto IV rendition of Liberty City features a more striking resemblance to New York City. ... This article is about a fictional city in the Grand Theft Auto computer and video game series. ... The Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas rendition of San Andreas. ... Grand Theft Auto is a sandbox-style action-adventure computer and video game designed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North) and published by ASC Games in 1997/1998 for the PlayStation and PC. The game is noted for its music and chat radio stations. ... Each area features five radio stations from a pool of eleven, in which one of them would be played as the player drives most vehicles in game. ... The soundtrack of the game Grand Theft Auto III is popular not only with fans of the game, but also with lovers of mid- to late-1990s music. ... The soundtrack of the game Grand Theft Auto:Vice City is popular not only with fans of the game, but also with lovers of 1980s music. ... The soundtrack of the game Grand Theft Auto IV, like the previous games in the series, is mostly made up of in-game radio stations. ... Grand Theft Auto (GTA) is a video game series primarily developed by Rockstar North (formerly DMA Design) and published by Rockstar Games. ... Mural ad for the game on a wall in New York City, July 2007. ... Grand Theft Auto IV (often abbreviated to GTA IV and GTA 4) is a sandbox-style action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar North. ... Members of the Grove Street Families The Grand Theft Auto series of video games features a myriad of fictional gangs and criminal organizations of various ethnicities, histories and activities, which have served as both primary and secondary vehicles in the games plot points, as well as allies or foes of... The games in the Grand Theft Auto series have been re-released in several compilation packs over the years. ... Multi Theft Auto (MTA) is a mod (modification) for the PC version of Rockstar North games Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that adds an otherwise absent online multi-player component. ... hot coffee redirects here. ...

 
 

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