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List of Grand Theft Auto IV characters

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List of Grand Theft Auto IV characters

Grand Theft Auto IV is an open world action adventure video game, released on 29 April 2008 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It is part of the Grand Theft Auto video game franchise, developed by Rockstar Games, and is the first installment in the fourth generation of the series. As with past and future installments, Grand Theft Auto IV features several major, supporting and minor characters.

This list contains all major and supporting characters, as well as several minor ones, from both Grand Theft Auto IV and its expansions, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Main characters[edit]

Niko Bellic[edit]

Introduced in: "The Cousins Bellic"

Niko Bellic is the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV. He comes from Eastern Europe,[1] where he fought in the Yugoslav Wars, during which one of his unit members sold out the rest of the unit, resulting in the death of almost all its members, save for three, including Niko. He dedicated the next fifteen years of his life to finding the traitor and found work as a human trafficker for Russian crime lord Ray Bulgarin, until an inccident led to the loss of the merchandise. To escape from Bulgarin's wrath, as well as knowing that one of the three survivors of his unit lived in Liberty City, along with his cousin Roman, who claimed was having success and was living in luxury and wealth, Niko decided to travel to Liberty City, arriving in the year 2008 via a cargo ship called the Platypus.[2] There, he discovers that Roman lied about his life, having only a small taxi company and numerous debts to loan shark,[3] so Niko begins helping out his cousin. He quickly becomes involved with various individuals in the city's underworld, while pusuing the American Dream in the hopes of securing a better lifestyle for himself and Roman, and finding his unit's traitor. He is eventually entrapped into working for a goverment agency known only as United Liberty Paper,[4][5][6] which helps him track down the traitor, leaving him for Niko to decide his fate,[7] and expunges his criminal record. However, when he attempts to retire from the criminal life, a tragedy occurs, resulting in the death of either Roman or his girlfriend Kate McReary,[8] and leaving Niko to exact revenge,[9][10] after which he finally retires from his criminal life, concluding that the American Dream is a hollow promise, which no one can truly achieve.

Niko also makes some minor appearances in the game's expansions, namely in the missions that cross over with the main game, and is mentioned several times in Grand Theft Auto V, either indirectly by other characters, or through easter eggs.[11][12][13]

Niko was voiced by Michael Hollick.[14]

Preceded by
Victor Vance
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Protagonist of Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft Auto IV
Succeeded by
Johnny Klebitz
Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned

Johnny Klebitz[edit]

Introduced in: "Blow Your Cover" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Clean and Serene" (The Lost and Damned)

Jonathan "Johnny" Klebitz is the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV's first expansion, The Lost and Damned. He is the vice-president of the Alderney-based The Lost MC biker gang, who grows discontent when the club's president, Billy Grey, is realeased after a one year sentence and puts The Lost on a warpath with their rivals, the Angels of Death.[15] Johnny tries his best to keep the gang united, while also attempting to earn money for the club by working with various individuals and avoid conflcits with rival gangs, mobsters or even between each other. By the end of the game, with most gang members dead, Johnny and the other three remaining survivors realize that the Alderney chapter of The Lost is over and decide to burn down their club, preparing to start a new chapter elsewhere, sometime in the future.[16]

Johnny also makes some minor appearances in GTA IV and The Ballad of Gay Tony, namely in the missions that cross over with those games, and in Grand Theft Auto V, where The Lost are shown to have relocated to Blaine County, San Andreas, only to get engaged in a war with Trevor Philips, who brutally murders Johnny.[11][17]

Johnny was voiced by Scott Hill.[18]

Preceded by
Niko Bellic
Grand Theft Auto IV
Protagonist of Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned
Succeeded by
Huang Lee
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

Luis Fernando Lopez[edit]

Introduced in: "Three Leaf Clover" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "I Luv LC" (The Balald of Gay Tony)

Luis Fernando Lopez is the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV's second expansion, The Ballad of Gay Tony. He is of Dominican descent, and a former member of the Northwood Dominican drug dealers in Liberty City, whose life changed when he became the personal bodyguard and "business associate" of nightclub owner Tony Prince. The two of them quickly became good friends and formed a father-son like relantionship. When Tony gets in debt struggling to keep his clubs open, Luis works for various individuals to earn enough money to pay off his debts. By the end of the game, Luis and Tony manage to pay off their debts and eliminate their rivals who threatened to kill them, continuing to run the clubs together.[19] However, it is implied that they eventually sold the clubs to real estate developer Yusuf Amir, as Tony leaves Liberty City and makes an appearance in the "After Hours" update for Grand Theft Auto Online, set almost ten years after the events of The Ballad of Gay Tony.[20]

Luis also makes some minor appearances in GTA IV and The Lost and Damned, namely in the missions that cross over with those games.

Luis was voiced by Mario D'Leon.[21]

Preceded by
Huang Lee
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
Protagonist of Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony
Succeeded by
Michael De Santa
Franklin Clinton
Trevor Philips
Grand Theft Auto V

Dimitri Rascalov[edit]

Introduced in: "Crime and Punishment"

Killed in: "A Dish Served Cold" (Revenge ending); "A Revenger's Tragedy" (Deal ending)

Dimitri Rascalov is the underboss of the Russian mob in Broker, led by his old friend Mikhail Faustin. Dimtri first meets Niko when he and Roman are kidnapped by Faustin's men following the murder of Vlad Glebov,[22] and briefly works with him after Faustin decides to release the pair and hires Niko.[23] When Niko's work for Faustin threatens to cause a war with Kenny Petrovic, the most powerful Russian mobster in Liberty City, Dimitri convinces Niko to kill Faustin to make amends with Petrovic.[24] However, Dimitri then betrays Niko and brings him before his former employer Ray Bulgarin, who believes Niko owes him money, with Niko barely escaping from the trap.[25] Dimitri soon becomes an imoprant leader within the Russian mob, starts his own cocaine importation operation (although most of the cocaine is either stolen or destroyed by Niko during his work for various Italian Mafia families[26][27]), and makes some more attempts on Niko's life. Eventually, at the end of the game, Dimitri offers to sell the heroin belonging to Don Jimmy Pegorino of the Peogrino Family for a large profit, who asks Niko to take part in the transaction.[28] However, Niko is give two possible choices: if he refuses to do the deal, he instead tracks down Dimitri to the Platypus ship, where his men are loading the heroin, and fights his way through all of them, before finally killing Dimitri as revenge for all the trouble he's been causing him.[29]; if he goes through with the deal, Dimitri betrays him again and keeps the heroin for himself.[30] He then makes one final attempt on Niko's life, sending an assassin at Roman's wedding, who instead kills Roman by accident,[8] After Dimitri betrays and kills Pegorino, like he has done with everyone he has ever worked with, he is instead killed by a vengeful and devastated Niko.[9]

Dimitri is also mentioned briefly in The Lost and Damned mission "Roman's Holiday", where Johnny kidnaps Roman for his men as part of one of his attempts to have Niko killed.[31]

Dimitri was voiced by Moti Margolin.[14]

Preceded by
Jerry Martinez
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft Auto IV
Succeeded by
Billy Grey
Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned

Billy Grey[edit]

Introduced in: "Clean and Serene"

Killed in: "Get Lost"

William "Billy" Grey is the club president of The Lost MC, who is released from a rehab center after almost a year since he was sent there following his arrest for drugs possession. He quickly returns to his old ways when he restarts the war with their rivals, the Angels of Death, much to the disapproval of Johnny Klebitz, who begins to doubt Billy's leadership values and intentions.[15] Later, after the gang steals a large stash of heroin from the Angels[32] which they learn actually belonged to the Triads, Johnny and Jim Fitzgerald convince BIlly to return it, only for him to force them to do it themselves. Johnny and Jim escape the ensuing shootout with the Triads, whilist Billy is arrested by the police, leading to Johnny replacing him as club president and attempting to fix the damages he has done.[33] At the end of the game, Billy plans to pin all his crimes on The Lost in order to enter the Witness Protection Program. After learning of this, Johnny and the last remaining Lost members assault the Alderney State Correction Facility, where Johnny executes Billy for his betrayal of the gang.[16]

Billy also appears briefly in The Ballad of Gay Tony mission "Chinese Takeout", where it's reavealed that he set up Johnny and Jim, having made a deal with the Triads to kill them in exchange for returning their stolen heroin.

Billy was voiced by Lou Sumrall.[18]

Preceded by
Dimitri Rascalov
Grand Theft Auto IV
Main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned
Succeeded by
Wu "Kenny" Lee
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

Ray Bulgarin[edit]

Introduced in: "Russian Revolution" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Boulevard Baby" (The Ballad of Gay Tony)

Killed in: "Departure Time"

Ray Bulgarin is a Russian crime lord who operated across the Adriatic Sea. He employed Niko as a human trafficker for a time, until an inccident led to the loss of the merchandise, with Niko barely escaping alive, only for Bulgarin to consider that he owed him money. Bulgarin later travels to Liberty City, reuniting with his friend Dimitri Rascalov, who at the time is working with Niko for Mikhail Faustin. Dimitri offers Niko to Bulgarin after he kills Faustin, but Niko is able to escape from the ambush.[25] Later, Bulgarin meets Luis and Tony at the latter's club,[34] and offers Luis some work in exchange for helping Tony with his debts. However, Bulgarin soon learns that Luis and Tony were in the possession of some diamonds that originally belonged to him and turns on them, leading Luis into an ambush, where he reveals that the diamonds are his property, until being stolen and brought into Liberty City by the cook on the Platypus cargo ship, who attempted to sell Tony the diamonds and whom Bulgarin killed. He accuses Luis and Tony of working with the cook to rob him and marks them both for dead, although Luis is able to escape from the ambush.[35] Later, Bulgarin intercepts an exchange between Niko, Patrick McReary, Luis and Tony: the former two kidnapped mob boss daughter Gracie Ancelotti to trade her for the diamonds, which are still in Luis and Tony's possession, who were forced by the Ancelotti Crime Family to give them away for Gracie. Bulgarin orders his men to kill Niko and retrieve the diamonds whilist he escapes, only for them to be ultimately lost in a passing garbage truck.[36][37] Later, Bulgarin meets with Don Giovanni Ancelotti of the Ancelotti Family to discuss about the failed exchange and they come to the conclusion that both Luis and Tony are the cause of all their recent problems and one of them has to die. Luis is told to kill Tony, otherwise Bulgarin's men will kill them both, but he refuses[38] and instead works to destroy Bulgarin's drug operations. After successfully destroying his heroin shipment, Luis learns that Bulgarin is about to flee Liberty City aboard his private plane, so he boards it and kills Bulgarin, before parachuting himself to safety.[19]

Bulgarin is both the main antagonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony, and a minor antagonist in GTA IV, where he appeared in two missions: "Russian Revolution" and "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend".

Ray Bulgarin was voiced by Vitali Baganov.[14][21]

Preceded by
Wu "Kenny" Lee
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
Main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony
Succeeded by
Devin Weston
Grand Theft Auto V

Roman Bellic[edit]

Introduced in: "The Cousins Bellic"

Killed in: "Mr. and Mrs. Bellic" (Deal ending)

Roman Bellic is Niko's cousin, who has been living in Liberty City for several years prior to Niko's arrival, where he owns a diry apartment in Broker and a small taxi company. Roman is heavily in debt to several loan sharks, forcing Niko to protect him on more than one occasions. Roman makes a number of recurring appearances throughout the game, and deeply cares about his cousin, despite them arguing on several occasions due to the problems they cause to each other. He is also one of the five friend characters in the game, meaning that he can be called at any time to hang out with. His special friend ability is to send a cab to pick up Niko and take him to any destination in the city. At the end of the game, depending on Niko's decision to either conduct a heroin deal with Dimitri Rascalov or exact revenge on him, Roman either dies at his wedding,[8] or helps Niko exact revenge on the one who accidentallly murdered his girlfriend Kate McReary.[10] In the latter scenario, Roman will then inform Niko that will become a father and that, if the baby is a girl, her name will be Kate.

Roman also makes several minor appearances in the game's two expansions. In The Lost and Damned, he is kidnapped by Johnny for Dimitri's men (leading to his rescue at Niko's hands in GTA IV). In The Ballad of Gay Tony, he is often seen dancing in one of Tony's clubs alongside Brucie Kibbutz.[39][34][37]

Roman was voiced by Jason Zumwalt.[14]

Little Jacob[edit]

Introduced in: "Jamaican Heat"

"Little" Jacob Hughes is a Jamaican arms and drugs dealer, and the underboss of the Yardies, led by his best friend Teafore Maxwell-Davies/Real Badman. He is also a good friend of Roman's and meets Niko when he is asked to drive him to a deal.[40] Afterwards, Jacob gives Niko several missions, asking for his help with several deals and taking out some rival dealers, with the two of them soon becoming good friends.[41][42] He is one of the five friend characters in the game, meaning that he can be called at any time to hang out with. His special friend ability is to sell Niko weapons at a discount. Jacob helps out Niko on several more occasions after he stops working for him, including at the end of the game, when he assists him in exactign revenge on the one responsible for the death of either Roman or Niko's girlfriend Kate McReary.[9][10]

Little Jacob was voiced by Coolie Ranx.[14]

Patrick McReary[edit]

Introduced in: "Luck of the Irish"

Patrick "Packie" McReary is a Irish mobster and the youngest brother in the McReary family. He has three brothers: Derrick, Francis, and Gerald, as well as a sister, Kate. He lives with his mother and sister in their family's home next to the Meadows Park, meets Niko during a job for Elizabeta Torres,[43] after which he employs him for several jobs himself, most notably the heist of the Bank of Liberty, planned by Gerald.[44] Afterwards, Packie and Niko become good friends, and he even asks Niko to hang out with Kate, which leads to them entering a relantionship. Niko and Patrick later work together on one more occasion, namely kidnapping mob boss daughter Gracie Ancelotti in a failed attempt to ransom her to the Ancelotti Family, on the behalf of an imprisoned Gerald.[36] Packie is one of the five friend characters in the game, meaning that he can be called at any time to hang out with. His special friend ability is providing Niko with a car bomb.

Patrick also makes some minor appearances in The Ballad of Gay Tony, namely in the missions that cross over with that game. He later returns in Grand Theft Auto V, having moved to Los Santos, and can be recruited as a gunman for the various heists in the game.[11] Patrick is also available as a gunman for the "Diamond Casino Heist" in Grand Theft Auto Online.[45]

Patrick was voiced by Ryan Johnston.[14]

Jim Fitzgerald[edit]

Introduced in: "No Way on the Subway" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Clean and Serene" (The Lost and Damned)

Killed in: "No Way on the Subway" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Was It Worth It?" (The Lost and Damned; offscreen)

James "Jim" Fitzgerald is the treasurer of The Lost MC and Johnny Klebitz's best friend. He is one of the three friend characters in The Lost and Damned, meaning that he can be called to hang out with at any time. His special friend ability is providing Johnny with a free weapon. During the storyline, Jim aids Johnny in a number of occasions, such as returning the stolen heroin to the Triads,[33] and escaping with the money after the botched diamond deal.[46] However, after the latter, Ray Boccino kidnaps both Johnny and Jim to get his money back and, although they manage to escape,[47] Boccino then sends Niko to kill Jim as revenge.[48]

Jim was voiced by Dennis Predovic in his minor appearance in GTA IV,[14] and by Chris McKinney in The Lost and Damned.[18]

Tony Prince[edit]

Introduced in: "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "I Luv LC" (The Ballad of Gay Tony)

Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince is the titular character of The Ballad of Gay Tony. He is a nightclub entrepreneur in Liberty City, and the owner of both the Maisonette 9 and Hercules clubs, as well as the employer, best friend and father figure of Luis Lopez. Struggling to keep his clubs open, Tony borrows money from the wrong people, including Mori Kibbutz and the Ancelotti Crime Family, leaving Luis to work for them to pay off his debts. Luis and Tony often argue because of the latter's drug addiction, which leads him to make reckless actions that have consequences for both of them, but nontheless stay loyal to each other, as proven at the end of the game when Luis is asked to kill Tony to save himself, but refuses[38] and instead deals with their enemies.[19] Afterwards, the pair continue running the clubs together. However, it is implied that they eventually sold the clubs to real estate developer Yusuf Amir, as Tony leaves Liberty City and makes an appearance in the "After Hours" update for Grand Theft Auto Online, set almost ten years after the events of The Ballad of Gay Tony.[20]

Tony also makes some minor appearances in GTA IV and The Lost and Damned, namely in the missions that cross over with those games.

Tony was voiced by D.B. Cooper.[21]

Yusuf Amir[edit]

Introduced in: "Chinese Takeout"

Yusuf Amir is an Emirati real estate developer and one of the richest men in Liberty City. He is shown to generally be very releaxed, cheerful and hyperactive, rarely worring about his problems due to his wealth. Yusuf is intrested in buying and franchising Tony's Maisonette 9 club and, after meeting Luis at the club,[39] hires him for several jobs, promising to help Tony with his debts. Luis helps Yusuf aquire various eccentric vehicles, such as a Buzzard attack helicopter and a defunct subway train, and the two of them soon become friends.[49][50][51] At the end of the game, Yusuf assists Luis in killing Ray Bulgarin, after which he offers to buy Maisonette 9 from them, but the pair refuse for the moment, opting to keep it a "family business".[19] It is implied that Luis and Tony eventually sold Yusuf the club, as Tony leaves Liberty City and makes an appearance in the "After Hours" update for Grand Theft Auto Online, set almost ten years after the events of The Ballad of Gay Tony.[20]

Yusuf is also briefly mentioned by Playboy X in the mission "Deconstruction for Beginners" in GTA IV.

Yusuf was voiced by Omid Djalili.[21]

Supporting characters[edit]

Brucie Kibbutz[edit]

Introduced in: "Logging On"

Bruce "Brucie" Kibbutz is a luxury automotive entrepreneur, fitness enthusiast, and lifestyle coach, as well as a frequent user of steroids and possibly a closeted bisexual. He is a friend of Roman's, whom he met on the Internet, and employs Niko to kill some of his debtors,[52][53] as well as steal several vehicles for his garage. He and Niko soon become good friends, and he introduces Niko to the various street races that take place across Liberty City. Brucie is one of the five friend characters in the game, meaning that he can be called at any time to hang out with. His special friend ability is giving Niko a helicopter ride.

Brucie also appears in The Ballad of Gay Tony, where he is shown to be bullied by his older brother Mori, until getting his payback by punching him in the face,[54] and is often seen dancing in one of Tony's clubs alongside Roman.[39][37] Brucie later returns in Grand Theft Auto Online, selling his Bull Shark Testosterone to the player once they reach a certain rank;[11] he also plays a supporting role in the "Diamond Casino & Restort" update, where he gets a job at the titular casino.

Brucie was voiced by Timothy Adams.[14][21]

Mallorie Bardas[edit]

Introduced in: "It's Your Call"

Mallorie Bardas is Roman's girlfriend, and eventually wife, with the two of them getting married at the end of the game.[8] She works at his taxi company. Depending on Niko's choices, Roman may die at the wedding, leaving Mallorie a widow; in this scenario, she will later call Niko to inform him that she's pregnant and that her child will have to grow without a father, but Niko promises to do her best to protect both her and the child.

Mallorie was voiced by Elena Hurst.[14]

Karen[edit]

Introduced in: "Three's a Crowd"

Karen, also known by her fake name Michelle, is a friend of Mallorie's, who introduces her to Niko,[55] whom she quickly begins to date.[56] However, she later betrays him,[57] revealing that she is an undercover government agent and brings him before her agency, known only by its cover: United Liberty Paper, whom Niko is entrapped into working for.[4]

Karen is never seen in the game afterwards, but returns in Grand Theft Auto V, where she is shown to be working for the Internal Affairs Agency (IAA) and her full name is revealed to be Karen Daniels.[11] She also plays a supporting role in the "Heists" update for Grand Theft Auto Online, helping the players with the Humane Labs raid.

Karen was voiced by Rebecca Henderson.[14]

Vlad Glebov[edit]

Introduced in: "It's Your Call"

Killed in: "Uncle Vlad"

Vladimir "Vlad" Glebov is a Russian mobster and loan shark working under Mikhail Faustin. Roman is in debt to him and, after meeting Niko,[58] he employs him to bring him money from several other debtors in exchange for Roman's debts.[59][60][61] He despises both Niko and Roman, often calling them "yokels" or "serfs". Eventually, Niko learns that Vlad had slept with Mallorie and kills him in retaliation.[62] This soon leads to his and Roman's kidnapping at Faustin's hands, but Faustin ends up releasing them and employing Niko, not bothered by Vlad's murder, admitting that he was an idiot.[22]

Vlad was voiced by Misha Kuznetsov.[14]

Mikhail Faustin[edit]

Introduced in: "Crime and Punishment"

Killed in: "The Master and the Molotov"

Mikhail Faustin is a Russian crime lord, who leads the Russian mob in Broker alongside his best friend Dimitri Rascalov. He has a wife and a daughter, but is shown to be very temperamental, often getting angry and abusive very easily. After Niko murders his subordinate Vlad Glebov,[62] Faustin has him and Roman kidnapped, but ends up releasing them and employing Niko, not bothered by Vlad's murder.[22] Faustin's missions are often reckless and lead Niko to attacking his rivals, in particular Kenny Petrovic, the most powerful Russian mobster in Liberty City.[63][64] When Petrovic threatens to retaliate, Dimitri betrays Faustin and convinces Niko to assassinate him to make amends with Petrovic.[24] Before getting killed, Faustin warns Niko that Dimitri will betray him too, which soon comes true.[25]

Mikhail Faustin was voiced by Karel Roden.[14]

Manny Escuela[edit]

Introduced in: "Escuela of the Streets"

Killed in: "Have a Heart"

Manuel "Manny" Escuela is a Puerto Rican ex-convict who had apparently changed his ways and became a vigilante, wishing to clean the streets of South Bohan. In reality, however, he is very egocentric and takes credit for others' work, filming a documentary in which he supposedly takes down criminals, but said criminals are always already dead. He is an old friend of Mallorie's, who introduces him to Niko, whom he hires to assist him in taking down several criminals.[65][66][67] Eventually, when confronting Elizabeta Torres, she kills both him and his cameraman Jay Hamilton in a drug-induced outburst, asking Niko to dispose of their bodies afterwards.[68]

Manny was voiced by Berto Colon.[14]

Elizabeta Torres[edit]

Introduced in: "Luck of the Irish" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Buyer's Market" (The Lost and Damned)

Arrested after: "Have a Heart" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Shifting Weight" (The Lost and Damned)

Elizabeta "Liz" Torres is the biggest drug dealer in Bohan, with many criminal connections. She is an old friend of Mallorie's, who introduces her to Niko, whom she hires for several jobs.[43][57]She also has connections to The Lost MC, finding them a buyer for the heroin they have stolen from the Angels of Death. Both Niko and Johnny Klebitz take part in the deal, which turns out to be a LCPD drug bust, although they manage to escape with the heroin.[69][70] Later, after Johnny become president of The Lost, he takes more jobs from Elizabeta, working alongside Uptown Riders Malc and DeSean.[71][72] However, both Niko and Johnny soon stop working for her when she comes under police investigation. After killing Manny Escuella and Jay Hamilton in a drug-induced outburst and asking Niko to dispose of their bodies,[68] Elizabeta is eventually arrested and sentenced to 300 years in prison, as revealed in a news article.

Elizabeta was voiced by Charlie Parker.[14][18]

Playboy X[edit]

Introduced in: "Blow Your Cover"

Can be killed in: "The Holland Play"

Trey Stewart, better known as Playboy X, is a drug dealer and the head of cocaine distribution in North Algonquin. He meets Niko after assisting him and Johnny Klebitz on the botched heroin deal,[69][70] after which he hires him for several jobs.[73][74] He also introduces him to his mentor, Dwayne Forge, who was recently released from prison, and asks Niko to help him rebuild his life, offering to pay him for his work for Dwayne. However, tensions between Playboy and Dwayne soon begin to grow and both eventually ask Niko to kill each other. If Niko chooses to kill Dwayne, then Playboy pays him for the job, before having a change of heart and cutting all ties with him, regreting that he had Niko kill his mentor. If Niko chooses to kill Playboy, then he and Dwayne become good friends, and Dwayne lets Niko stay in Playboy's penthouse, which he still has the deed to.[75]

Playboy X was voiced by Postell Pringle.[14]

Dwayne Forge[edit]

Introduced in: "Deconstruction for Beginners"

Can be killed in: "The Holland Play"

Dwayne Forge is the former drug lord of North Algonquin, whose life completely changed after being arrested and sentenced to prison. He became extremely depressed and angry, even thinking of comitting suicide on several occasions. After being released, he reunites with his former protégé, Playboy X, now the biggest drug lord in North Algonquin, who introduces him to Niko.[73] Dwayne asks Niko to help him rebuild his life by killing Jayvon Simson, who was responsible for his arrest, in order to rerieve his money,[76] and assisting him in taking back The Triangle strip club in Bohan;[77] due to Dwayne not having any money, Playboy is the one to pay Niko for his work for him. During his time with Dwayne, Niko forms a bond with him over their tragic past. However, tensions between Dwayne and Playboy soon begin to grow and both eventually ask Niko to kill each other. If Niko chooses to kill Dwayne, then Playboy pays him for the job, before having a change of heart and cutting all ties with him, regreting that he had Niko kill his mentor. If Niko chooses to kill Playboy, then he and Dwayne become good friends, and Dwayne lets Niko stay in Playboy's penthouse, which he still has the deed to.[75] Dwayne is one of the five friend characters in the game, meaning that he can be called at any time to hang out with. His special friend ability is sending two gangsters to act as bodyguards for Niko.

Dwayne was voiced by Devin Richards.[14]

Francis McReary[edit]

Introduced in: "Street Sweeper"

Can be killed in: "Blood Brothers"

Francis McReary is a corrupt cop and one of the McReary brothers. After meeting Niko through Manny Escuella,[66] he contacts him for assistance and blackmails him into helping with several jobs, revealing that he is aware of his crimes since he arrived into Liberty City. Most of Francis' missions consist of killing various individuals who possess evidence of his corruption and other crimes.[78][79][80][81] As mentioned by his brother Patrick several time throughout the game, Francis doesn't have a very good relantionship with his brothers, rarely visiting them, which is why he is the most despised out of all the McReary brothers. Later, after learning that his brother Derrick has returned from Ireland, Francis fears that he might rat him out and hires Niko to assassinate him, but Niko may choose to kill Franics instead.[82] If Francis is killed, then he will be burried at the cemetery on Colony Island.[83] If Derrick is killed, then Francis will pay Niko for the job and can be subsequently blackmailed into helping him escape from the police whenever he needs, until the end of the storyline.

Francis was voiced by Thomas Lyons.[14]

Derrick McReary[edit]

Introduced in: "Three Leaf Clover"

Can be killed in: "Blood Brothers"

Derrick McReary is a retired Irish mobster and the oldest McReary brother. He ran away to Ireland to escape from the mob, but returns in Liberty City to reunite with his brothers and solve several problems from his past. He meets Niko after assisting him and Patrick on the heist of the Bank of Robbery,[44] after which he hires him to kill several of his past enemies, as well as assist him on a few other jobs.[84][85][86] Eventually, after his brother Francis learns that he has returned from Ireland and fears that Derrick might rat him out, he hires Niko to assassinate him, but Derrick also asks Niko to protect him, leaving with the choice of killing either Francis or Derrick.[82] If Derrick is killed, then he will be buried at the cemetery in Dukes. If Francis is killed, then Derrick will not have money to pay Niko with, but will be grateful, although he will end up cutting all ties with him.[83]

Derrick also appears briefly in the mission "I Luv LC" in The Ballad of Gay Tony, which is a crossover with "Three Leaf Clover" from GTA IV, and is mentioned in Grand Theft Auto V by Patrick, who claims that Derrick is dead (although it is not revealed how he died, implying that either killing Derrick in "Blood Brothers" is the canon choice, or that he died some other way after the events of GTA IV).[13]

Derrick was voiced by George Feaster.[14]

Gerald McReary[edit]

Introduced in: "Three Leaf Clover"

Arrested after: "Blood Brothers"

Gerald McReary is the leader of the Irish Mob in Liberty City and the least idealistic of the McReary brothers. Patrick mentions that Gerald started his criminal career at a very young age and that he has been a father figures for his brothers ever since their father's death (who might have been killed by Gerald himself, as he would usually beat them). Gerald is show to be a master planner, and often helps his brothers with their schemes, such as helping Patrick plan the heist of the Bank of Liberty, during which he meets Niko.[44] Although sceptical about him at first, he later comes to trust him and hires him for several jobs, that mostly consist of attacking the Albanian gang in order to start a war between them and the Ancelotti Crime Family, on the behalf of the Pegorino Family, whom Geral allied himself with.[87][88] However, shortly after either Francis or Derrick are killed,[82] Gerald gets arrested and senteced to prison. While imprisoned, he asks Niko and Patrick for one final favour: kidnap mob boss daughter Gracie Ancelotti in order to ransom her to the Ancelottis for the diamonds.[89] However, the plan ultimately fails and Gerald cuts all ties with Niko, asking him to look after his family.[36]

Gerald was voiced by PJ Sosko.[14]

Kate McReary[edit]

Introduced in: "Harboring a Grudge"

Killed in: "Mr. and Mrs. Bellic" (Revenge ending)

Kater McReary is the only sister of Patrick, Francis, Derrick and Gerald, as well as the only one of the McReary siblings to be truly "innocent". She lives with her mother and brother Patrick in their family's home next to the Meadows Park, and meets Niko during his work with Patrick.[90] Later, Patrick tells Niko to go out with Kate, which leads to them developing a relantionship. At the end of the game, depending on Niko's decision to either conduct a heroin deal with Dimitri Rascalov or exact revenge on him, Kate either cuts all ties with Niko, disappointed that he chose money over principles, but nontheless offers him her support when Roman is killed, or accidentally dies at Roman's wedding at Jimmy Pegorino's hands.[8]

Kate was voiced by Mary Catherine Donnelly.[14]

United Liberty Paper Contact[edit]

The United Libery Paper Contact is an anonymus agent working for a governmental agency, known only by its cover: United Liberty Paper (U.L.P.). He claims that he isn't a "good guy", and that he only works for the "good guys". He entraps Niko into working for the agency, tasking him with killing several known or suspected terrorits across Liberty City.[4][5][6] In return, he expunges his criminal record and helps him track down the man who betrayed his unit in the war fifteen years prior, before cutting all ties with him.[7]

The U.L.P. Contact returns in both Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, where he is shown to be working for the Internal Affairs Agency (IAA) and his name is revealed to be Bernard.[11]

The U.L.P. Contact was voiced by Milton James.[14]

Ray Boccino[edit]

Introduced in: "Harboring a Grudge" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Action/Reaction" (The Lost and Damned)

Killed in: "Pest Control" (Grand Theft Auto IV)

Raymond "Ray" Boccino is an Italian mobster with many criminal connections and a caporegime within the Pegorino Crime Family. He is shown to be very impulsive and generally disliked by all those who know him. He meets Niko through Patrick McReary[90] and employs him to assist in an elaborate diamond dealing scheme.[91] He is also shown to be an associate of The Lost MC and helps Johnny Klebitz end his civil war against Brian Jeremy by giving away the latter's whereabouts[92] in exchange for The Lost also helping him with his diamond scheme.[93] However, the deal ultimately fails due to Luis Lopez intercepting Niko and Johnny's attempt to sell the diamonds to the Jewish mob and stealing them.[94][46][95] In the chaos, Johnny flees with the money, but Boccino later captures both him and Jim Fitzgerald to get it back.[47] After they escape, he sends Niko to kill Jim in retaliation for Johnny's betrayal,[48] as well as the Jewish mobsters they attempted to sell the diamonds to, after they accuse Boccino of the ambush.[96] Later, Boccino helps Niko find Bernie Crane, one of the two survivors of his old unit,[97] and introduces him to the Pegorino Family,[98] whom he begins working for. However, Don Jimmy Pegorino soon becomes paranoid that he is sorrounded by informants and, supsecting Boccino to be a rat, has Niko kill him.[99]

Ray Boccino was voiced by Joe Barbara.[14][18]

Phil Bell[edit]

Introduced in: "No Way on the Subway"

Phil Bell is an associate and enforcer of the Pegorino Crime Family, as well as a consigliere figure to Don Jimmy Pegorino; he is not a made man within the family due to being only 10% Italian. He is shown to be a friend of Ray Boccino, although the two constantly argue and disagree. After being introduced to Niko by Ray, he employs for several jobs,[98][26][100][101] eventually introducing him to Pegorino.[102] Pegorino later suspects that either Ray or Phil is an informant, eventually deciding on Ray and asking Niko to kill him.[99] At the end of the game, Phil decides to retire from the criminal life and move to a small town. He calls Niko to wish him luck, before the two part ways, cutting all ties.[30][29]

Phil was voiced by Frank Bonsangue.[14]

Bernie Crane[edit]

Introduced in: "Weekend at Florian's"

Bernie Crane, formerly known as Florian Cravic, is an old friend of Niko's and a former member of his unit. After the unit got set up and most of its members died, Florian moved to Liberty City, where he changed his name to Bernie Crane (seemingly shunning "Florian Cravic" as if it were a split personality) and became an open homosexual, entering a secret relantionship with vice-mayor Bryce Dawkins, whom he met at Tony Prince's Hercules club. After being tracked down by Niko with Ray Boccino's help, he reveals that he wasn't the one who betrayed their unit.[97] He then begins to catch up with Niko on old times, and asks for his help in dealing with several people harassing for his homosexual nature,[103] including Dimitri Rascalov's men, who are attempting to blackmail Dawkins.[104] Bernie is last seen at Roman's wedding at the end of the game.[8]

Bernie was voiced by Timothy J. Alex.[14]

Jon Gravelli[edit]

Introduced in: "Entourage"

Jon Gravelii is the elderly Don of the Gambetti Crime Family, the most powerful of the Mafia families in the Commission of Liberty City. His entire life he gained fame and power, and was hospitalized whilist awaiting trial. He is introduced to Niko by the United Liberty Paper Contact, who reffers to Gravelli as a "mutual friend".[91] Gravelli employs Niko for several jobs,[105][27] after which he helps the Paper track down the man who betrayed his old unit.[7] He is never seen in the game afterwards, but a newspaper article reveals that Gravelli died peacefully in his sleep, shortly after the completion of the storyline.

Gravelli was voiced by Madison Arnold.[14]

Jimmy Pegorino[edit]

Introduced in: "Pegorino's Pride"

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

James "Jimmy" Pegorino is the Don of the Pegorino Crime Family, which operates in Alderney and is considered the weakest of the Mafia families of Liberty City, as it's not even part of the Commission, and Pegorino himself is considered a joke by the other mob bosses. It is also implied that the Pegorino Family is under observation of the FIB, and that most of its members where either killed or incarcerated.[16] Pegorino desires to join the Commission at all costs, and, after meeting Niko through his associate Phil Bell,[102] employs him for several jobs to assure he achieves his goal, only to enter a brief conflict with the Pavano Family instead.[106] Later, Pegorino grows more paranoid that he is sorrounded by informants and asks Niko to kill several rats,[107] including Ray Boccino.[99] At the end of the game, Pegorino demands Niko one final favour: conduct a very lucrative heroin deal with Dimitri Rascalov.[28] If Niko chooses to go through with the deal, then the Pegorino Family is briefly restored in strength, only for Pegorino to be then betrayed and killed by Dimitri.[9] If Niko refuses and instead kills Dimitiri, Pegorino, angered at his betrayal, targets him in a drive-by shooting, which kills his girlfriend Kate McReary instead.[8] With Pegorino targeted by Liberty City's entire underworld, Niko then tracks him down and executes him as revenge.[10]

Pegorino was voiced by Tony Patellis.[14]

Ashley Butler[edit]

Introduced in: "Taking in the Trash" (Grand Theft Auto IV); "Coming Down" (The Lost and Damned)

Ashley Butler is Johnny Klebitz's ex-girlfriend. The two broke up after she slept with Billy Grey and became addicted to drugs. Johnny has to save her from several situations she got herself into because of her drug addiction,[108] including debts to Russian mobster Dimitri Rascalov, which he solves by kidnapping Roman Bellic for him.[109] Ashley is also an associate of Ray Boccino, and she convinces Johnny to work for him to earn money for the gang, leading to his involvment with the diamonds.[93] After Jim is killed by Niko on Boccino's orders, she is the one to give Johnny the news.[47] After the end of the main story, Ashley calls Johnny to ask for money for drugs, which angers him, leading to him cutting all his ties with her.

Ashley also makes a minor appearance in GTA IV, in the mission "Taking in the Trash", and in Grand Theft Auto V, where she is shown to have moved to Blaine County, San Andreas alongside The Lost MC, and somehow she and Johnny got back together.[11] After Trevor has sex with her, Johnny comes to confront him, only to be brutally murdered.[17] Later, a news article confirms Ashley's death, as she was found dead and naked alongside five other corpses in an apartment following a drug overdose.

Ashley was voiced by Traci Godfrey.[18]

Clay Simons[edit]

Introduced in: "Clean and Serene"

Clayton "Clay" Simons is the road captain of The Lost MC and a good friend of Johnny's. He can be called for assistance alongside Terry Thorpe in numerous missions throughout the game. Clay is also one of the three friend characters in The Lost and Damned, meaning that he can be called to hang out with at any time. His special friend ability is providing Johnny with a motorcylce of his choice. At the end of the game, Clay is one of the only four surviving members of The Lost.[16]

Clay returns in Grand Theft Auto V where The Lost are shown to have relocated to Blaine County, San Andreas, only to get engaged in a war with Trevor Philips. Clay can be murdered by Trevor.[17]

Clay was voiced by Keith Randolph Smith.[18]

Terry Thorpe[edit]

Introduced in: "Clean and Serene"

Terrence "Terry" Thorpe is the arms dealer of The Lost MC and a good friend of Johnny's. He can be called for assistance alongside Clay Simons in numerous missions throughout the game. Terry is also one of the three friend characters in The Lost and Damned, meaning that he can be called to hang out with at any time. His special friend ability is selling weapons to Johnny at a discount. At the end of the game, Terry is one of the only four surviving members of The Lost.[16]

Terry returns in Grand Theft Auto V where The Lost are shown to have relocated to Blaine County, San Andreas, only to get engaged in a war with Trevor Philips.[17] Terry is among those murdered by Trevor, as his death is later confirmed in the "Bikers" update for Grand Theft Auto Online, where a photo of him can be found on a memorial at a clubhouse.

Terry was voiced by Joshua Burrow.[18]

Brian Jeremy[edit]

Introduced in: "Clean and Serene"

Killed in: "Bad Standing"; random encounter (if spared in "Bad Standing")

Brian Jeremy is the club secretary of The Lost MC and Billy Grey's most loyal man. After Billy gets arrested,[33] he accuses Johnny of having set him up so that he could take over as president, and starts a civil war against him, forming his own faction of The Lost.[110] Later, Brian gives his away his wherabouts to Ray Boccino, believing he would side with him, but he instead betrays his location to Johnny, who uses the information to track him down. Johnny can then either kill Brian, or spare him, after he promises to leave town.[92] If spared, Brian appears again as a random character and attempts to lure Johnny into a trap, only to be killed in retaliation.

Brian was voiced by Adrian Martinez.[18]

Thomas Stubbs[edit]

Inroduced in: "Politics"

Thomas Stubbs III is a corrupt congressman and associate of The Lost MC. He employs Johnny to help him with his re-election campaign by assassinating his uncle so that he could inherit the family's fortune,[111] and releasing numerous "supporters" of his from a prison pus,[112] alongside some smaller side-jobs, such as helping a convicted CEO escape from the FIB or bugging vice-mayor Bryce Dawkins' car[113] (which is later gifted to Bernie Crane and eventually Niko[114]). At the end of the game, Stubbs repays Johnny for his work by informing him to stay away from Ray Boccino, who is under surveillance of the FIB, and that Billy Grey is planning to pin all his crimes on The Lost in order to enter the Witness Protection Program.[16] After the end of the storyline, Johnny calls Stubbs, who offers him a job as his hitman, but he politely declines the offer and cuts all ties with him.

Stubss was voiced by John Lantz.[18]

Malc[edit]

Introduced in: "Hit the Pipe"

Malcom, better known as Malc, is a member of the Uptown Riders biker gang and a friend of Jim Fitzgerald's. He first meets Johnny Klebitz after providing him with some explosives to destroy the Angels of Death's drug vans,[115] and later briefly works alongside him for Elizabeta Torres, quickly becoming good friends.[71][72] Malc also appears as a random character and has two encounters. In the first one, he asks for Johnny's assistance in killing several bikers who attacked his friend DeSean during a race. In the second one, he challenges Johnny to a motorcycle race, which he ultimately loses.

Malc retunrs in the "Bikers" update for Grand Theft Auto Online, having moved to Blaine County, San Andreas. He introduces the players to the motorcycle clubs, and also gives them several missions.

Malc was voiced by Walter Mudu.[18]

Rocco Pelosi[edit]

Introduced in: "I Luv LC"

Rocco Pelosi is a debt collector and made man within the Ancelotti Crime Family, and a distant relative of Don Giovanni Ancelotti. After Tony becomes in debt to the family, Rocco and his partner Unlce Vince are regularly sent to collect money from him, quickly growing a deep hatred towards him.[116] Upon meeting Luis, Rocco sends both him and Tony on several dangerous jobs in order to pay off the latter's debts.[117][39][118][34] At the end of the game, Rocco and Vince meet with Luis to tell him that Ray Bulgarin wants both him and Tony dead, and advise him to kill Tony to gain Bulgarin's favour. However, Luis ultimately refuses and kills Vince instead, sparing Rocco due to his made man status, who flees as Bulgarin's men attempt to kill Luis and Tony.[38] After the completion of the storyline, if Luis attempts to call Rocco, his voicemail will reveal he has left town.

Rocco returns in Grand Theft Auto V,[11] having moved to Los Santos and become a corrupt talent agent, who organised an extortion scheme by persuading famous actors to demand bigger paychecks from their studios in order to halt productions and blackmail studio executives into buying him out. After trying this scheme on movie producer Solomon Richards, he sends Michael De Santa to beat up Rocco and convince an actor and his manager to return to him.[119] Later, Rocco attacks Solomon in retaliation for the incident, only to be pursued and killed by Michael.[120]

Rocco was voiced by Greg Siff.[21]

Mori Kibbutz[edit]

Introduced in: "Kibbutz Number One"

Mori Kibbutz is a fitness enthusiast, business entrepreneur and the older brother of Brucie Kibbutz. He is one of Tony's loaners, for whom Luis does several jobs in order to pay off Tony's debts.[121][122] Mori is shown to be very egocentric and considers himself superior to eveyone around him, constantly bullying his younger brother, until finally getting what he deserves after Brucie punches him in the face at the end of Luis' last mission for him.[54] After the completion of the storyline, Mori calls Luis to apologize for his earlier behavior and claims that he changed his ways, having joined a real kibbutz, although he still refuses to share his money, before cutting all ties with Luis.

Mori was voiced by Jeff Gurner.[21]

Adriana Yanira Lopez[edit]

Introduced in: "Momma's Boy"

Adriana Yanira Lopez is the mother of Luis, Leta and Ernesto Lopez. After both her husband and other two children left her, Luis is the only one left to financially support her, often visiting her to give her money to help her keep her house. Despite this, she is very disapporving of his son's lifestyle and is ashamed of his criminal past, constantly trying to convince him to go to college, much to Luis' annoyance.[123][124] After borrowing money from a loan shark, she asks for her son's help to deal with him.[125] After the completion of the storyline, Adriana calls Luis to tell him that she's proud of him and makes one final attempt to convince him to go to college.

Adriana was voiced by Lucia Armendariz.[21]

Armando Torres[edit]

Introduced in: "I Luv LC"

Armando Torres is one of Luis' childhood friends and a member of the Northwood Dominican drug dealers. Alongside Henrique, he asks for Luis' help with several botched deals,[123][124] and later in assisting them in building a drug empire by stealing drugs from various rival gangs.[126] Both disapprove of Luis' lifestyle and job for Tony, believing that he has abandoned his origins and is trying to be something he's not.[116] Armando is one of the two friend characters in The Ballad of Gay Tony, meaning that he can be called to hang out with at any time. His special friend ability is selling weapons to Luis at a discount.

Armando was voiced by Jaime Fernandez.[21]

Henrique Bardas[edit]

Introduced in: "I Luv LC"

Henrique Bardas is one of Luis' childhood friends and a member of the Northwood Dominican drug dealers. Alongside Armando, he asks for Luis' help with several botched deals,[123][124] and later in assisting them in building a drug empire by stealing drugs from various rival gangs.[126] Both disapprove of Luis' lifestyle and job for Tony, believing that he has abandoned his origins and is trying to be something he's not.[116] Henrique is one of the two friend characters in The Ballad of Gay Tony, meaning that he can be called to hang out with at any time. His special friend ability is providing Luis with a car of his choice.

Henrique was voiced by J Salome Martinez Jr.[21]

Other characters[edit]

Character Actor Details
Darko Brevic Michael Medeiros Darko Brevic is a former soldier who served in the same unit as Niko and Florian Cravic. He sold out the unit for $1000 to help pay his heroin addiction, resulting in the death of most of its members, save for Niko and Florian. Darko then fled to Bucharest, Romania, whilist Niko spent the next fifteen years of his life hunting the traitor. Eventually, Niko finds Florian in Liberty City, who reveals he's not the traitor, meaning that Darko was the one who betrayed the unit. After Niko works for the United Liberty Paper agency, they track down Darko and bring him into Liberty City for him. Niko then confronts Darko and is given the choice of killing him, which will leave Niko feeling "empty", or sparing him, which will cause Niko to feel a little better and Darko to run away, never to be seen again.[7]
Real Badman Terry "Seeborn" Marshall Teafore Maxwell-Davies, better known as Real Badman, is the leader of the Yardies and the best friend and superior of Little Jacob. He meets Niko during one of his jobs for Jacob,[42] and appears again later as a random character. He reveals to Niko that the Russian mob have started taking over his territory and asks for his assistance in dealing with several mobsters to teach them a lesson. Badman is last seen at Roman's wedding at the end of the game.[8]
Kenny Petrovic Richard Pruitt Kenny Petrovic is the leader of the Petrovic Family, the strongest family within the Russian mob in Liberty City. After Niko kills his son[63] and destroys his garage on Mikhail Faustin's behalf,[64] Petrovic threatens retaliation, prompting Dimitri to convince Niko to kill Faustin to prevent a war with Petrovic.[24] He is never seen in person during the storyline, but makes several appearances in Grand Theft Auto IV's multiplayer mode, employing the player for a few jobs.
Jason Michaels Bill Burr Jason Michaels is a member of The Lost MC, who is killed by Niko on Mikhail Faustin's orders after he develops a relantionship with daughter.[127] Billy later uses his death to motivate The Lost into attacking one of the Angels of Death's clubhouses, whom he holds responsible, despite the lack of evidence.[128]
The Cook Dennis Paladino The Cook is an unnamed man working as the cook on the Platypus cargo ship, which brought Niko into Liberty City. He is the one who stole the diamonds from Ray Bulgarin and smuggled them into America, where he attempted to sell them to Tony Prince,[129] but the deal was ambushed by several The Lost MC members, led by Johnny Klebitz, who stole the diamonds.[93] Later, Bulgarin tracks down and murders the cook, hiding his severed head in a box which he let Luis Lopez find after leading him into an ambush.[35]
Luca Silvestri Robert Kelly Luca Silvestri is a member of the Pegorino Crime Family and an associate of Ray Boccino, as well as the leader of his own small crew. Luca and his crew are hired by Boccino to assist Niko with retrieving the diamonds[130] after they are stolen and hidden away by Johnny Klebitz and The Lost MC.[93] However, Luca's crew later betray Boccino and attempt to run away with the diamonds, prompting Niko to kill them in order to retrieve the diamonds.[131]
Isaac Roth Modi Rosenfeld Isaac Roth is a Jewish mobster and diamond dealer, who attempts to buy the diamonds from Niko and Johnny Klebitz. After the deal is ambushed by Luis Lopez, resulting in the loss of both the money and the diamonds,[94][46][95] Isaac accuses Ray Boccino of having set him up and threatens to retaliate, prompting Boccino to send Niko to kill Roth and all the other Jewish mobster involved in the deal at the Majestic Hotel.[96]
Bryce Dawkins N/A Bryce Dawkins is the vice-mayor of Liberty City. He is in a secret homosexual relantionship with Bernie Crane, whom he met at Tony Prince's Hercules club. He is the target of several blackmailers because of this, including Dimitri Rascalov's men (whom Niko takes care of on Brucie's behalf)[104], and Thomas Stubbs, who employs Johnny Klebitz to bug his car[113] (which is later gifted to Bernie, and eventually Niko[114]). Dawkins is never seen in person, but his face appears on several billboards across Liberty City.
Gracie Ancelotti Rebecca Benhayon Gracie Ancelotti is the spoiled daughter of Giovanni Ancelotti, the Don of the Ancelotti Crime Family. She is also a friend of Tony's and often provides him with drugs to feed his addiction, much to Luis' disapprovment.[132][129] Later, Gracie is kidnapped by Niko on an imprisoned Gerald McReary's behalf, in an attempt to ransom her for the diamonds.[89] The exchange between Niko, Patrick, Luis and Tony ultimately fails due to Ray Bulgarin intercepting it and the diamonds are lost, but Luis and Tony manage to rescue Gracie and return her to her father.[36][37] Gracie later appears as a random character. When Niko passes by her house, she recognizes him and orders her bodyguards to kill him. Whilist Niko kills the guards, Gracie flees, and is never seen again afterwards.
Angus Martin Brian Tarantina[18] Angus Martin is a member of The Lost MC and a good friend of Johnny's. He was paralyzed from the waist down after an accident caused by Billy Grey and now needs to sit in a wheelchair all the time. He hires Johnny to steal several bikes for him which he then sells to his customer for a profit.[133] Johnny may also call Angus after certain missions to inform him on the situation. At the end of the game, Angus is one of the only four surviving members of The Lost.[16]
DeSean Craig "muMs" Grant[18] DeSean is a member of the Uptown Riders and Malc's best friend and companion. He first meets meets Johnny Klebitz after providing him with some explosives to destroy the Angels of Death's drug vans,[115] and later briefly works alongside him for Elizabeta Torres.[71][72] He also appears in Malc's first random encounter, helping him and Johnny kill several bikers who attacked him during a race.
Evan Moss Robert Youells[21] Evan Moss is Tony Prince's boyfriend. Luis despises him, considering him the main reason for Tony's drug addiction.[118] Evan later accompanies Tony and Luis to buy diamonds from the cook of the Platypus cargo ship, only to be ambushed by members of The Lost MC, led by Johnny Klebitz, who steal the diamonds, killing Evan in the process.[93][129] His death is later confirmed in a news article.
Giovanni Ancelotti N/A Giovanni Ancelotti is the Don of the Ancelotti Crime Family and Gracie's father. When Tony Prince becomes in debt to him, he sends Rocco Pelosi and Uncle Vince to collect money from him regularly.[116] After Gracie is kidnapped,[89] he orders Tony and Luis to give away their diamonds for her. Giovanni is never seen in person, but is mentioned several times throughout both GTA IV and The Ballad of Gay Tony.
Uncle Vince John Tormey[21] Vince Pelosi, better known as Uncle Vince, is a debt collector and member of the Ancelotii Crime Family, as well as the uncle and partner of Rocco Pelosi. After Tony becomes in debt to the family, Vince and Rocco are regularly sent to collect money from him, quickly growing a deep hatred towards him.[116] At the end of the game, Vince and Rocco meet with Luis to tell him that Ray Bulgarin wants both him and Tony dead, and advise him to kill Tony to gain Bulgarin's favour. However, Luis ultimately refuses and kills Vince instead, sparing Rocco due to his made man status, who flees as Bulgarin's men attempt to kill Luis and Tony.[38]
Timur Glenn Fleshler[21] Timur is the right-hand man and best friend of Ray Bulgarin. He works alongside Luis during his jobs for Bulgarin, and quickly grows to dislike him, as he considers him "too weak".[134][135] At the end of the game, after Luis destroys Bulgarin's heroin supply, Timur shows up and reveals that Bulgarin will soon leave Liberty City aboard his private plane. Timur then attempts to stop Luis from going after Bulgarin, but is ultimately killed.[19]
Jerry Kapowitz Rod Edge Jerry Kapowitz is a homeless Vietnam War veteran. At the end of The Ballad of Gay Tony, he finds the diamonds in a trash bag after Luis bumps into him. Overjoyed, he sells them for $2.000.000 and uses the money to throw a party in Algonquin, before departing for Vice City, where he intends to open a gun and liquor store.[19]

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  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Boulevard Baby")
  35. 35.0 35.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "In Tthe Crosshairs")
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 36.3 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend")
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 37.3 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Ladies Half Price")
  38. 38.0 38.1 38.2 38.3 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Party's Over")
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Chinese Takeout")
  40. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Jamaican Heat")
  41. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Concrete Jungle")
  42. 42.0 42.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Shadow")
  43. 43.0 43.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Luck of the Irish")
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Three Leaf Clover")
  45. "Grand Theft Auto Online: How to Find and Unlock Packie McReary (Casino Heist)". Screen Rant. 14 February 2020. Retrieved 15 April 2020.
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Collector's Item")
  47. 47.0 47.1 47.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Was It Worth It?")
  48. 48.0 48.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "No Way on the Subway")
  49. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Sexy Time")
  50. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Caught With Your Pants Down")
  51. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "For the Man Who Has Everything")
  52. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Search and Delete")
  53. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Out of the Closet")
  54. 54.0 54.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "No. 3")
  55. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Three's a Crowd")
  56. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "First Date")
  57. 57.0 57.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "The Snow Storm")
  58. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "It's Your Call")
  59. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Bull in a China Shop")
  60. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Hung Out Dry")
  61. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Clean Getaway")
  62. 62.0 62.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Uncle Vlad")
  63. 63.0 63.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Final Destination")
  64. 64.0 64.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Rigged to Blow")
  65. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Escuela of the Streets")
  66. 66.0 66.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Street Sweeper")
  67. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "The Puerto Rican Connection")
  68. 68.0 68.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Have a Heart")
  69. 69.0 69.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Blow Your Cover")
  70. 70.0 70.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Buyer's Market")
  71. 71.0 71.1 71.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Heavy Toll")
  72. 72.0 72.1 72.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Shifting Weight")
  73. 73.0 73.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Deconstruction for Beginners")
  74. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Photo Shoot")
  75. 75.0 75.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "The Holland Play")
  76. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Ruff Rider")
  77. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Undress to Kill")
  78. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Call and Collect")
  79. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Final Interview")
  80. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Holland Nights")
  81. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Lure")
  82. 82.0 82.1 82.2 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Blood Brothers")
  83. 83.0 83.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Undertaker")
  84. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Smackdown")
  85. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Babysitting")
  86. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Tunnel of Death")
  87. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Actions Speak Louder Than Words")
  88. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, and Your Motorcycle")
  89. 89.0 89.1 89.2 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "I'll Take Her")
  90. 90.0 90.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Harboring a Grudge")
  91. 91.0 91.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Taking in the Trash")
  92. 92.0 92.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Bad Standing")
  93. 93.0 93.1 93.2 93.3 93.4 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Diamonds in the Rough")
  94. 94.0 94.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Museum Piece")
  95. 95.0 95.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Not So Fast")
  96. 96.0 96.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Late Checkout")
  97. 97.0 97.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Weekend at Florian's")
  98. 98.0 98.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Truck Hustle")
  99. 99.0 99.1 99.2 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Pest Control")
  100. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Trespass")
  101. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "To Live and Die in Alderney")
  102. 102.0 102.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Pegorino's Pride")
  103. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Hating the Haters")
  104. 104.0 104.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Union Drive")
  105. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Dining Out")
  106. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Payback")
  107. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Flatline")
  108. Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Coming Down")
  109. Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Roman's Holiday")
  110. Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "End of Chapter")
  111. Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Politics")
  112. Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Off Route")
  113. 113.0 113.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Side-mission: "Stubbs' Dirty Laundry")
  114. 114.0 114.1 Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "Buoys Ahoy")
  115. 115.0 115.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned (Mission: "Hit the Pipe")
  116. 116.0 116.1 116.2 116.3 116.4 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "I Luv LC")
  117. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Practice Swing")
  118. 118.0 118.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Bang Bang")
  119. Grand Theft Auto V (Mission: "Mr. Richards")
  120. Grand Theft Auto V (Mission: "The Ballad of Rocco")
  121. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Kibbutz Number One")
  122. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "This Ain't Checkers")
  123. 123.0 123.1 123.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Corner Kids")
  124. 124.0 124.1 124.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Clocking Off")
  125. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Momma's Boy")
  126. 126.0 126.1 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Side-mission: "Drug Wars")
  127. Grand Theft Auto IV (Mission: "No Love Lost")
  128. Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned(Mission: "Action/Reaction")
  129. 129.0 129.1 129.2 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony(Mission: "Frosting on the Cake")
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  131. Grand Theft Auto IV(Mission: "Meltdown")
  132. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony(Mission: "Blog This!...")
  133. Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned(Side-mission: "Angus' Bike Thefts")
  134. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Going Deep")
  135. Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (Mission: "Dropping In")

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