|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto IV|
The Lost and Damned
The Ballad of Gay Tony
|Full name:||Bas Rutten|
|Date of birth:||February 24, 1965 (age 43 in GTA IV)|
|Place of birth:||Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands|
|Family:||Karin Rutten (wife)|
Sabine Rutten (daughter)
Bianca Rutten (daughter)
Rachel Rutten (daughter)
|Main affiliation:||Jeremy St. Ives|
|Businesses:||Talk Show Co-Host (GTA)|
UFC Fighter (Reality)
He is shown to be more aggressive while his co-host Jeremy is the nicer of the two. Although Bas has allegedly committed many crimes that would place him in prison for several life sentences, he remains on television giving advice to "other angry men". Bas has also written books, according to an episode of The Men's Room, his next book will be called "You Are Either The Boss, Or The Bitch".
- Bas has openly admitted that he hates Virtual Reality Games, mostly because he can not maim people.
- He was a real life Dutch UFC Champion and helped with motion capture of Niko Bellic's fighting during the making of Grand Theft Auto IV.
- Bas was in the movie "Here Comes The Boom", a comedy where he plays a character named Niko, which the film's director admitted was a reference to Niko Bellic.
- Because of his over aggressive attitude, it is hinted he may use steroids; much like Brucie Kibbutz.
- His page on Wikipedia.