Armando Riesco (born December 5, 1977 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican film actor and voice artist.
Riesco is known for working in the independent film industry, having appeared in rather critically acclaimed films such as Pieces of April and Garden State. He has worked on major Hollywood films such as National Treasure and World Trade Center, as well as 25th Hour and Fever Pitch.
Riesco also had several roles in video games, particularly ones published by Rockstar Games; he voiced Victor Vance and Pierre La Ponce in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Jimmy Hernandez and several pedestrians in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and The Introduction, pedestrians in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and a parking attendant in The Ballad of Gay Tony. Other Rockstar titles include Midnight Club II in which he voiced Hector and The Warriors in which he voiced people of New York.
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - Victor Vance, Pierre La Ponce (2002)
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - Jimmy Hernandez, pedestrians (2004)
- The Introduction - Jimmy Hernandez (2004)
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories - pedestrians (2006)
- The Ballad of Gay Tony - parking attendant (2009)