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|home = [[Liberty City (HD Universe)|Liberty City]]
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|nationality = {{Flagicon|United Kingdom|Flag of the United Kingdom}} [[United Kingdom|British]] {{Flagicon|United States of America|Flag of the United States}} [[United States of America|American]]
 
|affiliations = [[Thomas Stubbs III]]
 
|affiliations = [[Thomas Stubbs III]]
 
|businesses = Maître d'
 
|businesses = Maître d'
 
|voice = [[Robert Blumenfeld]]}}
 
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{{Quote|I think you should leave, sir, before I call the police.|Leavis}}
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'''Leavis''' is a minor character in [[The Lost and Damned]].
 
'''Leavis''' is a minor character in [[The Lost and Damned]].
   
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Leavis works as a [[wp:maître d'|maître d']] at the [[Jousters]] Gentlemen Club, being prominently featured in two mission cutscenes during which he serves as the first person whom [[Johnny Klebitz]] meets whenever he enters the club.
 
Leavis works as a [[wp:maître d'|maître d']] at the [[Jousters]] Gentlemen Club, being prominently featured in two mission cutscenes during which he serves as the first person whom [[Johnny Klebitz]] meets whenever he enters the club.
   
Leavis' sophisticated British speech and choice of profession serving the rich is met with disdain by Johnny, who views him as outdated and subversive. Johnny initial encounter with Leavis and his criticism of his lifestyle leads Leavis to attempt turning him away, until Johnny clarifies that he wishes to see [[Thomas Stubbs|Thomas Stubbs III]], to which point Leavis warms up to Johnny and leads him to Stubbs. In their second and final encounter, Johnny engages with Leavis in a brief discussion about whether their lifestyles bring them happiness, and the two resolve that one can be content in their own way.
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Leavis' sophisticated [[United Kingdom|British]] speech and choice of profession serving the rich is met with disdain by Johnny, who views him as outdated and subversive. Johnny initial encounter with Leavis and his criticism of his lifestyle leads Leavis to attempt turning him away, until Johnny clarifies that he wishes to see [[Thomas Stubbs|Thomas Stubbs III]], to which point Leavis warms up to Johnny and leads him to Stubbs. In their second and final encounter, Johnny engages with Leavis in a brief discussion about whether their lifestyles bring them happiness, and the two resolve that one can be content in their own way.
   
In the credits, Leavis is credited as "'''Maitre D'''", and is voiced by [[Robert Blumenfeld]].
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==Mission Appearances==
 
==Mission appearances==
 
 
;The Lost and Damned
 
;The Lost and Damned
 
*[[Politics]]
 
*[[Politics]]
 
*[[Off Route]]
 
*[[Off Route]]
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==Gallery==
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Leavis-TLAD.jpg
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[[Category:Characters in The Lost and Damned]]
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Latest revision as of 22:04, June 27, 2014

CHARACTER
Leavis
LeavisTLAD
Appearance(s): The Lost and Damned
Full name: Leavis
Also known as: Maitre D (Credits)
Status: Alive
Gender: Male
Place of birth: Unknown
Home: Liberty City
Nationality: Flag of the United Kingdom British Flag of the United States American
Main affiliation: Thomas Stubbs III
Businesses: Maître d'
Voiced by: Robert Blumenfeld
"I think you should leave, sir, before I call the police."
―Leavis

Leavis is a minor character in The Lost and Damned.

DescriptionEdit

Leavis works as a maître d' at the Jousters Gentlemen Club, being prominently featured in two mission cutscenes during which he serves as the first person whom Johnny Klebitz meets whenever he enters the club.

Leavis' sophisticated British speech and choice of profession serving the rich is met with disdain by Johnny, who views him as outdated and subversive. Johnny initial encounter with Leavis and his criticism of his lifestyle leads Leavis to attempt turning him away, until Johnny clarifies that he wishes to see Thomas Stubbs III, to which point Leavis warms up to Johnny and leads him to Stubbs. In their second and final encounter, Johnny engages with Leavis in a brief discussion about whether their lifestyles bring them happiness, and the two resolve that one can be content in their own way.

Mission AppearancesEdit

The Lost and Damned

GalleryEdit

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