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This is a list of Characters in the Grand Theft Auto series, listed N-R, and lists characters by surname. When surnames are not available, first names are used and then nicknames. To find characters whose names are known but are better known by nicknames (such as Melvin Harris, known better as Big Smoke), you can use the Find function. To access this, press the Control (Ctrl) and F keyboard buttons at the same time.

Some characters listed appear in other Rockstar Games titles, such as Manhunt, but are listed here as they are in so way related to the Grand Theft Auto series. The characters listed either appear or are mentioned in a Grand Theft Auto game. The games are written as short hand IDs, which are as follows:

Game ID Game ID
Grand Theft Auto 1 1 Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 L 1969
Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961 L 1961 Grand Theft Auto 2 2
Grand Theft Auto III III Grand Theft Auto: Vice City VC
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas SA Grand Theft Auto Advance A
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories LCS Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories VCS
Grand Theft Auto IV IV Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars CW
The Lost and Damned TLAD The Ballad of Gay Tony TBOGT
Manhunt M Grand Theft Auto V V

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Marshall Nash Marshall Nash is the DJ for the Rebel Radio/KING radio station in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
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Simon Nashly
Simon Nashly is a criminal in Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for racketeering. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Pearl Neklass Pearl Neklass is a resident of Vice City in 1984. Appears in: VCS
Hans Nemesis Hans Nemesis is an Austrian who steals some missile technology from the government. Hans is under investigation from Endeavour Chambers. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Nene Nene is a resident of Vice City in 1986 who owns a number of barber shops in the city. Appears in: VC
No Chin No Chin is the nephew of Uncle Fu who plants car bombs in El Burro, Jimmy the Shovel and Hung Well's cars, as well as a Yakuza limousine. No Chin is killed by the protagonist when he attempts to return to China. Appears in: 1
Joaquin Noff Joaquin Noff is a member of Los Cabrones, in 1984, who resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Noles Brothers The Noles Brothers are four brothers who are killed by the protagonist on orders from Harold Cartwright. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
John Norris John Norris is a city inspector for all shipments coming into Francis International Airport. Appears in: III
Harvey Noto Harvey Noto is the sixty-six year old suspected Don of the Messina Family. Appears in: IV
Beau Nurr Beau Nurr is a member of Diaz's Gang who, in 1984, resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Buster Nutt Buster Nutt is, in 1984, a black mall police officer who resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS

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Miles O'Donovan
Miles O'Donovan is a businessman who resides in Liberty City. In 1998 he becomes Mayor of Liberty City but quickly comes under the control of Salvatore Leone. He later shows signs of corruption, for example, his relations with the Donovan Hardware company. Voiced by: John Braden.
Appears in: III and LCS
Cam O'Flarge Cam O'Flarge is, in 1984, a member of the Army stationed in Fort Baxter Air Base, Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Aiden O'Malley Aiden O'Malley is, in 2008, an incarcerated Irish-American resident of Liberty City. Born in Dukes, he later became friends with Derrick McReary and Bucky Sligo. In 1995 he was arrested for a string of robberies and convicted after Derrick McReary gave evidence. However, in 2008 he begins to give the LCPD information about Derrick McReary's involvement in the robberies. Whilst being transported to Alderney State Correctional Facility, he is busted out by Derrick's brother Patrick and Niko Bellic, who later kills O'Malley. Voiced by: Jarlath Conroy.
Appears in: IV
Brian O'Toole Brian O'Toole is an LCPD officer seen in the promotional video for LCPD. Appears in: IV
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Joseph Daniel O'Toole
Joseph Daniel O'Toole, also known as JD O'Toole, is a resident of Liberty City who, until 1998, ran Paulie's Revue Bar. He was a member of the Sindacco Family but later joined the Leone Family, before being killed by Mickey Hamfists. Voiced by: Greg Wilson.
Appears in: LCS
Hans Oberlander Hans Oberlander is, in 1992, the DJ of the SF-UR radio station in San Andreas. Voiced by: Lloyd Floyd.
Appears in: SA
Julio Ochoa Julio Ochoa is the Mayor of Liberty City in 2007. Appears in: IV
Sonny Onorato Sonny Onorato is a member of the Lupisella Family. Appears in: IV
Venus Ordelia Venus Ordelia is the DJ for the Heavenly Radio radio station in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
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Old Oriental Gentleman
The Old Oriental Gentleman is an associate of Donald Love who arrives in Liberty City in 2001. He was arrested by the LCPD and later kidnapped by the Colombian Cartel. His name is unknown. Appears in: III
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Carmen Ortiz
Carmen Ortiz is the profile name of a nurse who resides in Bohan, Liberty City. She can be dated by Niko Bellic. Voiced by: Elan Luz Rivera.
Appears in: IV
James Osterberg, Jr. James Osterberg, Jr., known as Iggy Pop, is the DJ for the Liberty Rock Radio 97.8 radio station in 2007 Liberty City. Voiced by: James Osterberg, Jr.
Appears in: IV
Juan Ovzem Juan Ovzem is, in 1984, a member of the Mendez Cartel who hits Victor Vance with a baseball bat during the mission Light My Pyre. He resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Abe Ozo Abe Ozo is a black hobo who resides in Vice City in 1984. Appears in: VCS

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Colonel James P. Colonel James P. is, in 2001 a resident of Liberty City. He phones Chatterbox FM and suggests that the military could get children under control through the armies discipline. He fought in the Australian-American War, although he is angered when Lazlow does not know about the war. Appears in: III
Pablo Pablo is a fictional Mexican stereotype who also appears to be Gordon Moorehead and Molly Malmstein's mutual friend on Moorehead Rides Again. Appears in: VCS
Chris Packet Chris Packet is a male beachgoer who in 1984 resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Paco Paco is a gang leader based in San Andreas who the protagonist kills in a gang war, started by the protagonist, on orders from El Burro. Appears in: 1
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Freddy Paparo
Freddy Paparo is a criminal based in the Steinway area of Dukes, Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for grand theft auto. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Pappy Pappy is a member of the Rednecks gang and is the father of Billy Bob Bean and Beth. He dislikes The Zaibatsu Corporation. Appears in: 2
Bryce Parker Bryce Parker is, in 1984, an interviewer for the New World Order program on VCPR in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
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Jack Parkinson
Jack Parkinson is a crime lord based in London who hires the protagonist to do various jobs. He pays protection money to Albert and Archie Crisp. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Johnny Parkinson Johnny Parkinson is the DJ for Master Sounds 98.3 in 1992. Voiced by: Ricky Harris.
Appears in: SA
Clay Parsons Clay Parsons is a resident of Vice City in 1984 who claims that Jeremy Robard changed his life. He was a teacher but was fired for impregnating some of his students. He then began working for Robard's import/export business. Appears in: VCS
Private Parts Private Parts is, in 1984, a white soldier in The Army based at Fort Baxter Air Base in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
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Pat
Pat is a business man based in Liberty City in 2000/2001. He refuses to sell some shoes made by Cisco and is killed by Mike. Appears in: A
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Pathos
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Pathos is, in 2008, a resident of Liberty City and an aspiring rapper, who has Niko Bellic help his career. He has Niko kill two people and later drives Pathos to the hospital. Voiced by: David Shaw.
Appears in: IV
Patrick III Patrick III is the son of Jan Brown and brother of Jono. Patrick III was beaten by his mother for using 'slang words in the house the other day'. Appears in: VC
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Kent Paul
Kent Paul (born 1965 in Kent, England) is an Englishman who is involved with various criminals in both Vice City (in 1986) and San Andreas (in 1992). In 1986 he helps Tommy Vercetti, giving him information, and later takes charge of Maccer's career. Voiced by: Danny Dyer.
Appears in: VC
SA
Paulo Paulo is an associate of El Burro who informs him of a bus being used to smuggle people across the border. The protagonist later pays Paulo with El Burro's money. Appears in: 1
Pauly Pauly resides in Vice City and works for Samuel Deever, giving the protagonist instructions during one mission. Appears in: 1
Brother Paw Brother Paw is a member of the Brotherhood of Jah Army of Love and may be the father of Brother Marcus. Appears in: 1
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Carl Pearson
Carl Pearson is, in 1986, a pizza delivery boy who is killed by Tommy Vercetti on orders from Mr. Black. Appears in: VC
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Preston Pecinovsky
Preston Pecinovsky is a criminal based in the Northern Gardens area of Bohan, Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for credit card fraud. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
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James Pedeaston
James Pedeaston is, in 1992, the host of the Wild Traveller program on WCTR. Voiced by: Sam Tsoutsouvas.
Appears in: SA
Pedro Pedro is an associate of El Burro in San Andreas who is killed by the protagonist due to his strange behaviour, brought on by chemicals in a tanker. Appears in: 1
Pedro Pedro is an Ecuadorian drug lord who is interviewed on VCPRs New World Order show. Appears in: VCS
Stephanie Peerson Stephanie Peerson is a twenty-two year old resident of Steinway, who looks sixty-two years of age, and a meth addict who informed the LCPD about other drug users. Appears in: IV
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Angie Pegorino
Angie Pegorino is, in 2008, the forty-two year old wife of James Pegorino, Don of the Pegorino Family. She dislikes her husbands activities and may be or have been in a relationship with Phil Bell. She was charged with DWI in 1999 and in 2003 was charged with being in possession of stolen property. She becomes a widow in late 2008. Appears in: IV
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James Pegorino
James "Jimmy Peg" Pegorino (1957-2008) is the Don of the Pegorino Family. He owns the Honkers club and is married to wife Angie. He asks Niko Bellic for help in selling drugs to Dimitri Rascalov. Depending on the players choice, Pegorino can be killed by Dimitri. Voiced by: Tony Patellis.
Appears in: IV
Fred Pemberton Fred Pemberton was a gardener for a member of the British royal family. Appears in: IV
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Ralph Pendelbury
Ralph Pendelbury is, in 1992 an LSPD police officer who was killed by Jimmy Hernandez on orders from Frank Tenpenny and Eddie Pulaski. Appears in: SA
Pepe Pepe is an associate of El Burro in San Andreas who is killed by the protagonist due to his strange behaviour, brought on by chemicals in a tanker. Appears in: 1
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Pepe
Pepe is a member of Cubans/Los Cabrones who helps Tommy Vercetti in 1986. Appears in: VC
Pepe Pepe is, in 1986, the DJ for the Radio Espantoso radio station in Vice City. Voiced by: Tony Chiroldes.
Appears in: VC
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Sergeant Peppah
Sergeant Peppah is an army sergeant based at Fort Baxter Air Base in Vice City in 1984. He expels Victor Vance from the army. Appears in: VCS
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Percy
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Percy is a member of the band Love Fist. He meets Tommy Vercetti in 1986, with Tommy saving his life by driving a limousine around the city at speed. Voiced by: Russell Foreman.
Appears in: VC
Andre Perkins Andre Perkins is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Doctor Perkins Doctor Perkins is Kent Paul's doctor in the early twenty-first century. Appears in: VC
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Millie Perkins
Millie Perkins is a croupier for Caligula's Casino who in 1992 resides in Prickle Pine, Las Venturas. She later becomes Carl Johnson's girlfriend. Carl Johnson can kill Millie, depending on the players choice. Voiced by: Orfeh.
Appears in: SA
Peter Lee Peter Lee is a member of the Rednecks. He is the son of Pa Wayne and the brother of Bob, Joleyn, Mary Beth, Jethro, Seth, Lazy Balls, Boff, Sammy Jo, Teri Barbara, Maggie May, Bonny, Jonny W., Billy Bob, Bobby Bill and Fabrizio. Appears in: 2
Marshall Peters Marshall Peters is, in 1992, the co-host of K-JAH West in San Andreas, alongside Johnny Lawton. Voiced by: Lowell Dunbar.
Appears in: SA
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Dardan Petrela
Dardan Petrela is a member of the Albanian Mafia and loan shark in Broker, Liberty City. He loans money to Roman Bellic but is later killed by Niko for having Bledar Morina and Kalem Vulaj attack Roman. Voiced by: Peter Linari.
Appears in: IV
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Kenny Petrovic
Kenny Petrovic is the fifty-two year old leader of the Petrovic Family and the father of Lenny Petrovic. After his son is murdered he puts his on Mikhail Faustin, Dimitri Rascalov and Niko Bellic. He later agrees that if Faustin is killed, Dimitri and Niko could live. Voiced by: Richard Pruitt.
Appears in: IV
Lenny Petrovic Lenny Petrovic is the twenty-six year old son of Konstantin Petrovic who is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Mikhail Faustin. Appears in: IV
Phil Phil is, in 2001, a resident of Liberty City who uses Fernando Martinez' Fernando's New Beginnings, meeting Barbara every Wednesday afternoon. He is married, has three kids, two cars and a mortgage. Appears in: III
Phil Phil is, in 2001, a resident of Liberty City. He appears in advertisements for the Maibatsu Monstrosity. He has a son, called Joey and another child with his wife, who also appears in the advertisement. Appears in: III
Cyprus Phil Cyprus Phil is a criminal based in London who is killed by the protagonist. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Mary Phillips Mary Phillips is, in 1992, the co-host of the I Say/You Say program on WCTR. She is the wife of Peyton Phillips. Voiced by: Jackie Hoffman.
Appears in: SA
Peyton Phillips Peyton Phillips is, in 1992, the co-host of the I Say/You Say program on WCTR. He is the husband of Mary Phillips. Voiced by: Paul Ames.
Appears in: SA

Siobhan Phillips

Siobhan Phillips is a 'heavy-set' resident of Alderney interviewed by the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2008.

Appears in: IV

'''Trevor Phillips''' One of three main protagnists for GTA V. Appears in: V
Zorba Philippidis Zorba Philippidis is the deceased captain of the Platypus ship. He was found dead in the Humboldt River in 2008. Appears in: IV
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Tyler Pickrel
Tyler Pickrel is a criminal based in the Steinway area of Dukes, Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for human trafficking. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Pie Trailer Pie Trailer is a member of the Rednecks in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
Frederic Pierce Frederic Pierce is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Pu Ping Pu Ping is the owner of the Rancid Dragon in Glenwood, San Andreas who pays protection to Uncle Fu. Appears in: 1
Tom Pireni Tom Pireni is the Police Commissioner for Public Relations for the LCPD in 2008. Appears in: IV
Thomas Piretta Thomas Piretta is the Health and Human Services Director for the LCPD in 2008. Appears in: IV
Private Places Private Places is a black soldier in The Army based in Fort Baxter Air Base, Vice City in 1984. Appears in: VCS
Pogo the Monkey Pogo the Monkey is the fictional character in the video game Pogo the Monkey, which is advertised in 2001. In the game he kills a number of scientists, rescues Timmy (who has fallen down a well) and later becomes President of the United States. Appears in: III
Jane Pole Jane Pole is a follower of the Epsilon Program who lives in Ohio. Appears in: SA
Ziggy Pole Ziggy Pole is a resident of Anywhere City who works for Jerkov, leader of the Russian Mafia. He is a drug dealer who refuses to deal with Claude Speed. Appears in: 2
Poncho Poncho was set to be a corrupt member of the LSPD who is an ally of Frank Tenpenny. Officer Carver attempts to arrest Poncho, leading to Tenpenny sending Carl Johnson to kill Carver to stop Poncho talking. Appears in: SA
Yu Pong Yu Pong works for Uncle Fu, who sends the protagonist to place a bomb in Wun Tun Chun's car (after he betrated Yu Pong). Appears in: 1
Poop Dawg Poop Dawg is a pimp who, in 1984, resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Pops Pops is an elderly gentleman who, in 1984, resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
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Auntie Poulet
Auntie Poulet is the leader of the Haitians gang in Vice City who drugs Tommy Vercetti into working against Cubans/Los Cabrones, before turning aganist him. Voiced by: Youree Dell Cleomili Harris.
Appears in: VC
DJ Premier DJ Premier is the DJ for The Classics 104.1 radio station in 2008 Liberty City. Voiced by: DJ Premier (Christopher Martin).
Appears in: IV
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Anthony Prince
Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince is a fifty year old nightclub entrepreneur and associate of the Ancelotti Family, as well as Luis Fernando Lopez, his bodyguard. He is present when Gracie Ancelotti is traded back to the Ancelotti Family for diamonds. He runs the Maisonette 9 and Hercules clubs, although their location is unknown. Appears in: IV
Agent Provocateur Agent Provocateur is, in 1984, a member of the FBI who resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Puddles Puddles was a talking dog previously managed by Barry Mickelthwaite. Appears in: VCS
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Eddie Pulaski
Eddie Pulaski is a corrupt member of the LSPD and is a member of C.R.A.S.H.. Pulaski, Frank Tenpenny and Jimmy Hernandez all have Carl Johnson commit crimes for them. Pulaski is later killed by Carl. Voiced by: Chris Penn.
Appears in: SA

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Rafael Rafael is an associate of Pat who is killed by Mike in 2000/2001. Appears in: A
Jim Ramirez Jim Ramirez is the Police Chief for the LCPDin 2001. Appears in: III
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Hossan Ramzy
Hossan was a shipmate and friend of Niko Bellic who went to live in Florida, before returning to Liberty City. He then begins work selling purses on the streets of Liberty City. He and Niko pursue and kill a man who refused to pay for his purse. Voiced by: Sean Krishnan.
Appears in: IV
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Dimitri Rascalov
Dimitri Rascalov is second-in-command for the Faustin Family and close friends with Mikhail Faustin. Rascalov attempts to calm Mikhail but ultimately fails, leading to him having Niko Bellic kill him to save himself. He later turns on Niko and, depending on the players choice, can be killed by Niko. Voiced by: Moti Margolin.
Appears in: IV
Raven Raven is a prostitute who lives in Liberty City and works for Joseph Daniel O'Toole at Paulie's Revue Bar. Appears in: LCS
Ray Ray, in 1998, is a member of the Leone Family who lives in Liberty City. Appears in: LCS
Bobbie Ray Bobbie Ray is, in 1984, the co-host of the VCPR show Bait and Switch, alongside Larry Joe. He suffers from post traumatic stress disorder after fighting in Vietnam and openly admits to killing numerous obese people whilst drunk, thinking they were manatees. Voiced by: Jim Florentine.
Appears in: VCS
Honest Ray Honest Ray is a criminal in London who works for Harold Cartwright. Appears in: L 1969 and L 1961
Seymour Reamer Seymour Reamer is a criminal who resides in North East Guernsey City who has the protagonist help him escape during one mission. He has links with Sonetti but refuses to accept a vehicle filled with drugs, which leads to the protagonist killing Reamer. Appears in: 1
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Old Reece
Old Reece is a barber who owns Old Reece's Hair & Facial Studio in Idlewood, Los Santos and a friend of many Grove Street Families members. Appears in: SA
Mark Reed Mark Reed is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
Refried Noodle Refried Noodle works for Johnny Zoo, leader of the Yakuza, and tortures people for Zoo to get information. Appears in: 2
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Bert Reker
Bert Reker is a criminal based in the BOABO area of Broker, Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for drug trafficking. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Stacy Rhect Stacy Rhect is a female beachgoer who, in 1984, resides in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Ricardo Ricardo is an associate of El Burro who informs him of a bus being used to smuggle people across the border. The protagonist later pays Ricardo with El Burro's money. Appears in: 1
Johnny Riccaro Johnny Riccaro is the co-host of the Head Radio radio station in Anywhere City, alongside Phanny Joe Styles. Appears in: 2
Richard Richard is a fictional child from 1175 who Ernest Keigel meets whilst travelling through time in The Time Ranger program on VCPR. Appears in: VCS
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Pastor Richards
Pastor Richards is a corrupt televangelist from Mars, Alabama, who promises salvation to all those who pay him very large donations. He is interviewed on Pressing Issues in 1986 by Maurice Chavez. Voiced by: David Green.
Appears in: VC
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Rico
Rico is a member of Los Cabrones who assists Tommy Vercetti in working against the Haitians. He is seemingly killed during one such mission but is later shown to have survived. Appears in: VC
Mike Riley Mike Riley is the host of the Intelligent Agenda program on the Public Liberty Radio radio station. Voiced by: Brian Sack.
Appears in: IV
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Lyle Rivas
Lyle Rivas is a criminal based in Liberty City who is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Brucie Kibbutz. Appears in: IV
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Tom Rivas
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Tom Rivas is, in 2008, a homosexual man who owed Brucie Kibbutz money, before being killed by Niko Bellic. Appears in: IV
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Antonio Rivette
Antonio Rivette is a criminal based in the South Slopes area of Broker, Liberty City who is wanted by the LCPD for racketeering. He can be killed by Niko Bellic, depending on the players choice. Appears in: IV
Jeremy Robard Jeremy Robard is a criminal who in 1984 advertises a drug-running scam and by 1986 has a line of seedy self-help tapes. He exaggerates his success, living in a very small apartment overlooking the gas works. Voiced by: Peter Silvestro.
Appears in: VC and VCS
Bobby Jo Roberts Bobby Jo Roberts is a member of the Rednecks gang, in Anywhere City, who sells shine, an alcoholic drink, but has competition from The Zaibatsu Corporation. Appears in: 2
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Alberto Robina
Alberto Robina is the father of Umberto and the owner of Café Robina. He has a weak heart and in 1984 is ambushed by the Cholos, being saved by Victor Vance. Voiced by: Jorge Pupo.
Appears in: VC and VCS
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Umberto Robina
Umberto Robina is the leader of Cubans/Los Cabrones and the son of Alberto. Umberto employs both Victor Vance and Tommy Vercetti to work against his enemies, the Cholos (in 1984) and the Haitians (in 1986). Voiced by: Danny Trejo.
Appears in: VC and VCS
Brian Robinson Brian Robinson is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III
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Denise Robinson
Denise Robinson is a resident of Ganton, Los Santos who becomes Carl Johnsons girlfriend after Carl rescues her from a burning building. Voiced by: Heather Alicia Simms.
Appears in: SA
Rochell'le Rochell'le was a rapper who had success in the early and mid 1990s. She once dated Madd Dogg. Appears in: SA
Biff Rock Biff Rock is a film star and an ex-boyfriend of Asuka Kasen, who sends Mike to kill him on set. Mike, however, spares his life in return for his alligator shoes, to convince Asuka he had killed Rock. Appears in: A
Rodrigo Rodrigo is an associate of El Burro in San Andreas who is killed by the protagonist due to his strange behaviour, brought on by chemicals in a tanker. Appears in: 1
Tommy Romero Tommy Romero is a resident of North Law Island, Liberty City who works for Robert Seragliano. Romero blows up a police precinct for Seragliano and later robs a bank, using the protagonist as a getaway driver. Appears in: 1
Ronaldo Ronaldo is a member of Los Cabrones who Umberto Robina sends to collect a package from Downtown, Vice City, alongside many others including Victor Vance. Ronaldo can be killed by Victor, depending on the players choice. Appears in: VCS
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Ken Rosenberg
Ken Rosenberg is, in 1986, an Ambulance-chasing lawyer and associate of the Forelli Family, who represents Avery Carrington, Giorgio Forelli and Tommy Vercetti. He helps Tommy in his rise to the top of Vice City's criminal ladder, but by 1992 finds himself in drug rehab in Fort Carson and abandoned by Vercetti. He then begins to represent the Forelli, Leone and Sindacco Families at Caligula's Palace. He helps Carl Johnson, who later helps him escape the Mafia families and employs him to help Madd Dogg. Voiced by: William Fichtner.
Appears in: VC and SA
Rossco Rossco is a member of the Rednecks gang in Anywhere City. Appears in: 2
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Isaac Roth
Isaac Roth is an Hasidic Jew and diamond dealer who is killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Ray Boccino. Voiced by: Modi Rosenfeld.
Appears in: IV
Johnny Rotten Johnny Rotten (born February 23, 1938 in Salt Lake City, Utah) is the Governor of Anywhere City. He has a criminal history and spends his time in his office and apartment in the asylum. Appears in: 2
Abe Rudder Abe Rudder is, in 1984, a pianist who plays the piano at Phil Collins' concert in Vice City. Appears in: VCS
Rudyard Rudyard is a member of the Uptown Yardies who, in 1998, is shot in an alley shoot-out with the Sindacco Family. He saved by Toni Cipriani, who kills the Sindaccos and allows for Rudyard to be taken to the hospital. Appears in: LCS
Ruslana Ruslana is the DJ for the Vladivostok FM radio station in 2008 Liberty City. Voiced by: Ruslana Stepanivna Lyzhychko.
Appears in: IV
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Bas Rutten
Bas Rutten is a former UFC champion and co-host of The Men's Room in 2008, alongside Jeremy St. Ives. Voiced by: Sebastiaan Rutten.
Appears in: IV
Johnny Ryan Johnny Ryan is a reporter for the Liberty Tree newspaper in 2001. Appears in: III


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