List of characters in Grand Theft Auto III

List of characters in Grand Theft Auto III

A number of recurring characters appear in the video game "Grand Theft Auto III". Prominent characters are listed here in rough order of appearance. The order in which some of these characters appear in-game depends upon the sequence in which the player completes certain missions.

Crime film veterans such as Michael Madsen, Joe Pantoliano, Frank Vincent and Robert Loggia have all voiced major characters in many installments in the series along with "Grand Theft Auto III".

Major characters


"Introduced in: "Introduction, Bank Heist Cutscene"

Claude is the silent protagonist and player character of "Grand Theft Auto III" ("GTA III"). He is left for dead after a bank heist with Catalina, resulting in his arrest by the police. Claude later escapes with 8-Ball when the Callahan Bridge is blown up.

Claude's name is never disclosed in the game. Although it is revealed that his name can be found deep within "GTA III's" data files,cite web|url=|title=ImageShack hosted image depicting existence of "Claude" in "Grand Theft Auto III" data files|accessmonthday=July 26|accessyear=2006] the name is mentioned in "". Claude's first name and likeness is similar to that of Claude Speed, the player character of "Grand Theft Auto 2".

Throughout the game, Claude has largely remained speechless and is never heard talking (only making quiet sounds if he is injured or killed), remaining so during his brief cameo in "San Andreas". This trait is referenced in "GTA III", when Maria suggests on the Chatterbox radio show that " [Claude] don't talk too much."

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"Introduced in: Introduction, Bank Heist Cutscene"

"Killed in: "The Exchange"

Catalina is a notorious bank robber,cite web | url = | title= "Liberty Tree": "Have You Seen This Woman?" | work = Official Grand Theft Auto III website | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear = 2006] Claude's former girlfriend and the main antagonist in "GTA III", who betrays him during a bank heist, shooting him and leaving him for dead, while she runs free with the profits along with a new partner in crime, Miguel. Her reason for dating Claude is simply "business,"Catalina: "The real question is, did you turn up to rescue Maria or to get me back? Well I got news for you, shooting you will be a pleasure but dating you was only business." (Opening cutscene of "Ransom", "Grand Theft Auto III".)] while her reason for shooting Claude is his lack of ambition.Catalina: "Sorry babe. I'm an ambitious girl. And you, you're just small time." (Opening bank heist cutscene, "Grand Theft Auto III".)]

Catalina proceeds to cooperate with the Colombian Cartel, running a SPANK drug manufacturing and distribution business with Miguel. She betrays Miguel later, after Claude discovers them in a construction site; when Miguel attempts to get Claude to lower his gun, Catalina shoots Miguel and jumps out of the building onto a pile of boxes several stories below, before Asuka emerges and proceeds to torture and interrogate Miguel.

She was later responsible for the kidnapping of Maria and the killing of Asuka and Miguel. Requesting a ransom to be given for Maria's release, Claude does as instructed, but is fooled once again by Catalina, who instructs the Cartel to kill Claude. Despite overwhelming odds, Claude turns the tables by punching a Cartel goon and taking his gun, succeeding in escaping the Cartel compound and pursuing Catalina, who rides a helicopter towards the Cochrane Dam. Claude battles across the dam, and eventually succeeds in killing Catalina by shooting down the helicopter.

Prior to "GTA III", Catalina and Claude are known to have been on the move, committing robberies in multiple states, including the south, and the southwest, among others. In October 2001, the FBI discovers that both Catalina and Claude may have arrived at Liberty City. Catalina is of Dominican and Colombian descent and is a cousin of , who is believed to be of Mexican descent and is a fellow associate of Carl Johnson in "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas".

Catalina was voiced by Cynthia Farrell.cite web | url = | title = Full "Grand Theft Auto III" credits | work = Internet Movie Database | accessmonthday = October 1 | accessyear = 2006]

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alvatore Leone

"Introduced in: "Salvatore's Called a Meeting"

"Killed in: "Sayonara Salvatore"

Salvatore Leone is the Don of the Leone family. According to "GTA III's" official website, Salvatore was originally from Palermo, Sicily and became Don of the family after a bloody power struggle in the mid-1980s.cite web | url = | title = "Liberty Tree": "SALVATORE LEONE: 'Just a Business Man'" | work = Official Grand Theft Auto III website | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear= 2006]

Salvatore is introduced to Claude when he called a meeting with Joey Leone, Toni Cipriani and Luigi Goterelli. Early missions instruct Claude to investigate the activities of Curly Bob, who appeared to be leaking information about the Leone family's activities to the Colombian Cartel and, if found guilty, to kill him. Claude is later tasked to destroy a tanker ship that is a drug factory for the Cartel.

Salvatore is portrayed as increasingly paranoid and suspicious of everyone around him. After Claude has destroyed the Colombian Cartel's SPANK factory ship, with the help of 8-Ball under The Don's orders, he betrays and attempts to kill Claude with a trap, trying to establish a deal with the Colombian Cartel. Maria warns Claude of the car bomb and he avoids death. Maria reveals she had told Salvatore that she and Claude were an item which was another reason for Salvatore to kill him. Maria and Claude leave Portland with Asuka Kasen to go to Stuanton Island, after which Salvatore is killed by Claude after leaving Luigi's club, as instructed by Asuka Kasen to prove that Claude has finally broken ties with the Leone family.

Salvatore has an unnamed brother, whom he claimed "the police associate Salvatore with."

Salvatore Leone was voiced by Frank Vincent.

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"Introduced in: "Chaperone"

Maria Latore (also referred to as Maria La Torra by several sources) is Salvatore Leone's girlfriend (it is revealed that she is his wife in "Liberty City Stories"). She is introduced to Claude after Salvatore requests that Claude "look after her for the evening". Developing a liking for Claude, she saves his life by preventing him from entering a death trap set up by Salvatore and seeks help from an associate, Asuka Kasen, to flee to Staunton Island. She is a caller on Chatterbox FM, describing her feelings for Claude, but expresses doubt because Claude was seen as being uninterested to her, "always working and hanging out with the guys".

Maria has an interest in leopard skin furniture (evidenced from her Chatterbox phone call), and also sports an outfit with tiger stripe patterns. She is later seen in clothing of a similar fashion in "Liberty City Stories".

Maria is seen with Asuka on occasions, sometimes with hints that the two were lovers. Maria is then kidnapped by the Cartel and held to ransom by Catalina, but is rescued by Claude by the end of the storyline. Maria's fate remains unknown, however, when the screen portraying Claude and Maria walking away fades to black Maria is still heard talking, until a gunshot is heard.

Maria was voiced by Debi Mazar.

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Asuka Kasen

"Introduced in: "Last Requests"

"Killed in: "Ransom"

Asuka Kasen is a co-leader of the Liberty City Yakuza, who is called on by Maria to bring her and Claude to safety from the Leone family after Salvatore attempted to kill Claude. She provides further jobs for Claude, and introduces him to her brother, Kenji Kasen. She is also retconned in "Liberty City Stories" to have a deceased older brother, .

Later in the game, Asuka can be seen torturing Miguel and instructing Claude to destroy Catalina's SPANK drug operation, as an act of revenge for the killing of her brother by an unknown Colombian Cartel assassin. She is eventually killed, along with Miguel, by Catalina.

Police records in "GTA III's" official website indicated that Asuka had only arrived in the United States in 1991, ten years prior to "GTA III". In the records, it is also revealed that Asuka assumed a leadership role in the Yakuza for her senior "torture, security and information retrieval" skills.

It is strongly hinted that she is a bisexual dominatrix; at one point she ties up Maria and plays sadomasochistic games with her. She states that torturing Miguel is a little for her own pleasure. Also when Claude finishes killing and doing her missions she says "I like that in a man". She exhibited similar behaviors in "Grand Theft Auto Advance".

Asuka Kasen was voiced by Lianna Pai.

:"See also: GTA Advance rendition

Donald Love

"Introduced in: "Liberator"

"Disappears in: "Love's Disappearance"

Donald Love is a media mogul and owner of [ Love Media] , "the fastest growing US-run media conglomerate in the past five years". Operating from his apartment and office in south Bedford Point, Staunton Island, he primarily tasks Claude with jobs related to receiving a mysterious "package" delivered by plane. Following Claude's help in retrieving an authenticated secret package Love disappears, leaving only an empty box in his penthouse garden.

Love Media controls approximately "900 radio stations, 300 television stations, 4 networks, 3 satellites, (and) 10 senators", with the Love Media brand name, Love's announcements or related commercials are evident in certain radio stations, including Head Radio, Flashback 95.6, Double Cleff FM, and Chatterbox FM. Love Media also owns the "Liberty Tree", Liberty City's local newspaper. Prior to arriving in the city in 2001, Love was residing in the Caribbean and lived on a private yacht.cite web | url = | title = "Liberty Tree": "An Interview With Donald Love" | work = Official Grand Theft Auto III website | accessmonthday = February 1 | accessyear= 2007] Retcon in "Liberty City Stories" suggests Love was there to escape Colombian Cartel hostilities in Liberty City in 1998.

Donald Love is believed to have begun doing business in Liberty City from early-2001 onwards.cite web | url = | title = "Liberty Tree": "Donald Love coming to Liberty" | work = Official Grand Theft Auto III website | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear= 2006] This was done as a response to the return of Barry Harcross, a recently acquitted businessman and long time rival of Donald Love, to the city.cite web | url = | title = "Liberty Tree": "Business Man Cleared of All Charges Returns to Liberty City" | work = Official Grand Theft Auto III website | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear= 2006]

While little background information is known, Love is seen as a former apprentice of real estate mogul , who appeared in "Vice City" as an associate of ; the most evident sign of his link with Carrington is his use of a phrase that was also heard from Carrington, when Love asks that Claude assassinate Kenji Kasen:

Donald Love makes a third appearance in "Liberty City Stories". Love is portrayed as a necrophiliac and possessing a fascination for human corpses, thus explaining his connection to the aforementioned "morgue party" in "GTA III". However, several possible continuity errors are also noted: Love had apparently operated in Liberty City in 1998 and already owns several radio stations and newspapers, contrary to what the aforementioned 2001 "Liberty Tree" article claims.

Donald Love was voiced by Kyle MacLachlan.

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upporting characters


"Introduced in: Jailbreak cutscene"

8-Ball is a firearms and explosives specialist who owns three bomb shops in Liberty City. 8-Ball meets Claude shortly after the beginning of the game, when he and Claude escape from a police convoy. As a token of his appreciation, 8-Ball introduces Claude to Luigi Goterelli, an old friend of his, for work.

8-Ball can be seen with both hands bandaged, leaving Claude to do most of the intensive work, such as driving and shooting, when 8-Ball accompanies him. 8-Ball is believed to have sustained scaldings from hot fat poured onto his hands during a scuffle with the police in a raid at his home, before he was arrested.cite web | url = | title = "Liberty Tree": "Another Punch in the Gut for Organized Crime" | work = Official Grand Theft Auto III website | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear= 2006] However, in "Grand Theft Auto Advance" it is said that 8-Ball was ambushed with the game's protagonist, Mike, by the Colombian Cartel, who were using flamethrowers, resulting in the burning of 8-Ball's hands.

While the character of 8-Ball is only present in "Grand Theft Auto III", "Grand Theft Auto Advance", and "", 8-Ball explosives shops can also be found in "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City", "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas", and "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories".

8-Ball was voiced by Guru.

:"See also: GTA Advance rendition and

Toni Cipriani

"Introduced in: "Cipriani's Chauffeur"

Toni Cipriani is a member of the Leone family, working as a caporegime for Salvatore Leone. Early missions with Cipriani are primarily focused on extorting protection money from a Triad-controlled laundromat, by destroying several of the business's delivery trucks. Coupled with a Triad attack during the transportation of the Leone family's high-ranked members to one of Don Salvatore's meetings, a full-blown war between the Leone family and the Liberty City Triads occurred, and Claude was now an enemy to the Triads. The war led to the destruction of the Triad Fish Factory, with Toni instructing Claude to deliver a garbage truck armed with a bomb to the factory.

Toni lives with his mother, Momma Cipriani, and is frequently seen in his family-run restaurant, Cipriani's Ristorante, providing jobs for Claude. The constant nagging from his mother about him not being able to match up to his father and failing to meet her expectations caused him to call the local chat radio station, Chatterbox FM, and complain about his mother's constant bickering.

Toni Cipriani was voiced by Michael Madsen. His last name, Cipriani, is mispronounced once as "Quipriani" in "GTA III".During the player's second mission for him in "Grand Theft Auto III", "Taking Out the Laundry", he leaves a note reading "Nobody, and I mean NOBODY messes with Toni Cipriani," but instead of pronouncing his last name the way that Joey Leone did, he says it as if it starts with a "K".]

:"See also: , as the protagonist of Liberty City Stories.

Joey Leone

"Introduced in: "Drive Misty For Me"

Joey Leone is the underboss of the Leone family and the son of Don Salvatore Leone. Known for his lack of ambition, Joey works as a mechanic with criminal side-dealings in Portland. In cut scenes he is constantly seen restoring a BF Injection dune buggy, and spending time with his favorite prostitute, Misty. Joey's tasks intended for Claude include theft, assassinations and body disposal.

In the process, Joey introduces the family's caporegime, Toni Cipriani, allowing Claude to perform further jobs with the Leone family. Joey is also mentioned in "San Andreas" when Carl Johnson meets Salvatore Leone in Las Venturas, stating that he had the pleasure of working with Joey while residing in Liberty City. Joey is referenced again in "Liberty City Stories" when Salvatore Leone states that he was not as involved in the family.

Joey is also believed to have been responsible for the killing of several high-ranking Forelli family members, which in turn results in a small war between the Leone family and the Forelli family.

Joey Leone was voiced by Michael Rapaport.


"Introduced in: "Cutting The Grass"

"Killed in: "Ransom"

Miguel is a Colombian Cartel member and Catalina's partner after Claude, frequently seen with Catalina while running the SPANK drug business in Liberty City. During a mission in which Donald Love requests Claude retrieve a package from the airport, the package is found stolen by the Colombian Cartel and is being handed over to Catalina and Miguel. Claude eventually tracks them down, resulting in Miguel handing over the package and Catalina shooting Miguel, leaving him at the mercy of Asuka, who wrongly believes that he is responsible for the killing of her brother. Miguel is then tortured into revealing information about Catalina's operations, and is soon seen motionless and stabbed in the torso by a pole, killed by the Cartel while they killed Asuka and kidnapped Maria.

Miguel was voiced by Al Espinosa.

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Luigi Goterelli

"Introduced in: "Luigi's Girls"

Luigi Goterelli is a co-manager (along with Mickey Hamfists) of a night club called "Sex Club 7" in the Red Light District of Portland Island, and is linked to the Leone family of the Liberty City Mafia. He uses this club as a base for his prostitution business. He is Claude's first boss in Liberty City, and gives him mundane jobs such as driving his girls around and chasing down minor gangsters who mess with his operation.

Luigi Goterelli was voiced by Joe Pantoliano.

Ray Machowski

"Introduced in: "Payday For Ray"

Ray Machowski is a corrupt police detective in the Liberty City Police Department who works as an insider for the Liberty City Yakuza. He is introduced to Claude while receiving a payment from Asuka.

Machowski is depicted as very cautious, willing to silence associates who attempt to expose any crime committed by him or his partners, including Leon McAffrey. By the end of his presence in Liberty City, the CIA has begun investigating Machowski's links with the Colombian Cartel, forcing Machowski to flee the city and escape to Miami. In the process of working for Machowski, Claude is introduced to Donald Love, after helping to dispose of embarrassing photographs of Love at a "morgue party".

Machowski makes a second in "Liberty City Stories", as a partner of . The game reveals that Machowski is initially uncomfortable working for criminals and taking bribes.

Ray Machowski was voiced by Robert Loggia.:"See also:

Kenji Kasen

"Introduced in: "Under Surveillance"

"Killed in: "Waka-Gashira Wipeout"

Kenji Kasen is a co-leader of the Liberty City Yakuza (alternatively known as the , as mentioned by Donald Love), who highly respects honor and is also the brother of Asuka Kasen. Kenji operates a casino in Downtown Staunton Island, where he provides jobs for Claude. He is killed later in the game, during a meeting at a multistory car park, after Claude is asked by Donald Love to assassinate Kenji while posing as a Colombian Cartel member, in an effort to drive down local real estate prices with a gang war between the Yakuza and the Cartel.Kenji usually gives Claude tasks that have to do with getting rid of gang competition.

"GTA III's" official website hinted that Kenji is considerably inferior in leadership skills to Asuka, as "many cite his 'funny way of speaking' as seriously undermining his authority." Kenji moved to the United States in 1996, five years after Asuka.

Kenji Kasen was voiced by Les J.N. Mau.

Minor characters

Oriental Gentleman

"Introduced in: Jailbreak cutscene"

The unnamed Oriental Gentleman is a minor but key character in the game's storyline, who is also an accomplice of Donald Love. Shortly before "GTA III", he was arrested, after arriving in Liberty City on a private airplane from an "unknown departure point somewhere in east Asia", for "failing to satisfy the INS that he had a valid reason for entering the country" and having no proper travel documents (including a passport and visa, "nor a platinum credit card to bribe his way through customs"). As a result, he was to be delivered to a high security penitentiary before he is deported later in October 2001.cite web | url = | title = "Liberty Tree": "Elderly Asian Man Held After Failing to Satisfy Immigration" | work = Official Grand Theft Auto III website | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear= 2006]

Early in "GTA III's" storyline, the Oriental Gentleman boarded a police convoy to prison, along with Claude and 8-Ball, only to be abducted by Colombian Cartel commandos as the convoy crossed the Callahan Bridge, unintentionally allowing Claude and 8-Ball to escape. He was later held captive by the Cartel in an attempt to extort money from Love. Under orders from Love, Claude rescues the Oriental Gentleman.

The Oriental Gentleman is then tasked by Love to authenticate a mysterious delivery retrieved by Claude. He is also seen, in one cutscene, joining Love for T'ai Chi.

Marty Chonks

"Introduced in: "The Crook"

"Killed in: "Her Lover"

Marty Chonks is the owner of the Bitchin' Dog Food company. His need for money causes him to perform various illegal activities, which leads him to call Claude. The tasks involve transporting various people to the Bitchin' Dog Food factory, where Marty turns them into dog food.Marty Chonks: "I've agreed to see [Carl] ...he thinks I'm gonna pay him off...but my guess is...Liberty's dogs are gonna get yet another flavor this month." (Opening cutscene of "Her Lover", "Grand Theft Auto III".)]

Chris Phillips provided the voice of Marty Chonks.

Momma Cipriani

"Introduced in: "Taking Out the Laundry"

Momma Cipriani (aka Ma Cipriani in "Liberty City Stories") is the unseen co-owner of Cipriani's Ristorante. She is the mother of Toni Cipriani and is known to frequently nag her son about him not meeting up to her husband's capabilities.

Momma Cipriani was voiced by Sondra James.

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El Burro

"Directed to meet him after completing "Van Heist"; introduced in: "Turismo"

El Burro (Spanish for "The Donkey") is the leader of the Puerto Rican gang the Diablos who assigns Claude jobs from Portland Island, operating from a pay phone located in the Hepburn Heights housing projects. El Burro is believed to be running a pornography magazine publishing business, based on his phone calls and the magazines stacked in the player's Portland safe house upon completion of all of El Burro's missions. He is never seen in person during the game, although a game art of him was created, and used in publications and the game's interface.

El Burro was also featured previously as a character in "Grand Theft Auto", and mentioned in dialog in "Vice City", "It ate my favourite El Burro movie!".

Chris Phillips provided the voice of El Burro.

King Courtney

"Directed to meet him upon unlocking and entering Staunton Island; introduced in: "Bling-Bling Scramble"

King Courtney is the leader of the Jamaican Yardies who assigns Claude jobs from Staunton Island, operating from a payphone located near Liberty Campus. The primary focus of his jobs are mostly related to attacks against rival gangs. The final job involved Claude being lured into a trap, where Catalina has dispatched vans of "SPANK-ed up madmen" suicide bombers to kill Claude. He is never seen in person in "GTAIII", but appears in "Grand Theft Auto Advance".

King Courtney was voiced by Walter Mudu.

:"See also: GTA Advance rendition


"Directed to meet him upon unlocking and entering Shoreside Vale; introduced in: "Uzi Money"

D-Ice is the leader of the Red Jacks gang who assigns Claude jobs from Shoreside Vale, operating from a payphone located in the Wichita Gardens housing projects. Several of its missions involved attacks and fights against a rival gang, the Purple Nines, which appeared to be supplied with SPANK and are pushing the drug onto the streets. Claude eventually reduced the Purple Nines to only a few members at the time of the final battle between Claude with D-Ice's brother and the last of the Purple Nines. He is never seen in the game.

D-Ice was voiced by Walter Mudu.

Mickey Hamfists

"Introduced in: "Luigi's Girls"

Mickey Hamfists is a bodyguard for Luigi Goterelli, and the co-manager of Sex Club 7. Mickey always checks Luigi's visitors for him, and will deliver a written letter to them at times. He is also an enforcer for the Leone family and attends all of the "made" ceremonies. Nevertheless, "police records" from the official "GTA III" website described him as "a moron." Mickey also has prior convictions for assault, racketeering, and multiple involvements with narcotics.

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"Introduced in: "Luigi's Girls"

Misty is a woman who works for Luigi Goterelli at Sex Club 7, and is Joey Leone's "regular girl". On two occasions, Claude is asked by Luigi to drive her from one place to another, and told to "keep (his) eyes on the road and off Misty." She lives at an apartment complex in Hepburn Heights.

Misty was voiced by Kim Gurney.

Mike "Lips" Forelli

"Introduced/Killed in: "Mike Lips Last Lunch"

Mike "Lips" Forelli is a high-ranking member of the Forelli family who shows up briefly, when Joey Leone sends Claude to kill him, in an effort to teach the Forelli family a lesson for not repaying debts. Mike is eating at Marco's Bistro in Saint Mark's when Claude steals his car and fits it with a bomb. Mike leaves the restaurant and enters the car, only to be killed in the explosion. This sparks a war between the Leone and Forelli families.

"Chunky" Lee Chong

"Introduced/killed in: "Farewell 'Chunky' Lee Chong"

"Chunky" Lee Chong is a member of the Liberty City Triads, who owns a noodle stand in the heart of Chinatown and is pushing SPANK for the Colombian Cartel. Joey orders Claude to hunt him down and murder him. Claude carries out Joey's commands and murders "Chunky" while he attempts to escape. This killing is the first instance seen in the game's storyline of the Leone family's hostility towards the Triads, which develops into a war between the two gangs.


"Introduced in: "Her Lover"."

Carl is the lover of Marty Chonks' wife, who is angry over her death and is looking for revenge. Agreeing to meet Marty at the Bitchin' Dog Food company, he successfully avoids Marty's trap by killing him with a concealed shotgun.


"Introduced/Killed in: "Two-faced Tanner"

Tanner is an undercover policeman who has infiltrated the Yakuza. When Asuka learns of this, she orders Claude to kill him. Due to the rivalry between Fact|date=April 2008


"Introduced in: "Kanbu Bust-out"

Kanbu is a high-ranking member of the Yakuza who is saved from his awaiting trial by Claude in orders of Kenji Kasen.

Curly Bob

"Introduced/Killed in: "Cutting the Grass"

Curly Bob is the bartender at Luigi's Sex Club 7, who is seen informing on the Leone family for the Colombian Cartel in exchange for SPANK. Under orders by Salvatore, Curly is to be killed if Claude witnesses him leaking information to the Cartel. This occurs at Portland Harbor after he is seen explaining the Leone's activities to Catalina and Miguel, in exchange for SPANK.

Curly Bob was voiced by Hunter Platin.

Leon McAffrey

"Introduced in:" "Silence the Sneak"

"Killed in:" "Plaster Blaster"

McAffrey is a corrupt policeman who attempts to turn states evidence for an undisclosed crime in exchange for an honorable discharge.Machowski: "That scumbag McAffrey, he took more bribes than anyone! He thinks that he's gonna get an honorable discharge if he turns states evidence. He just squealed!" (Opening cut scene of "Silence the Sneak", "Grand Theft Auto III".)] McAffrey is under armed protection when Claude arrives to burn his apartment. With his safehouse ablaze, McAffrey flees in his car, but Claude is waiting for him. He is thought to be killed by Claude at the end of mission, but Ray Machowski later reveals he survived and he is being transferred hospital at that very moment. He is killed after he is broken out of the ambulance by Claude to stop him squealing on Ray.

McAffrey reappears in "Liberty City Stories" with a larger role as an aide to Toni Cipriani.

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Phil Cassidy, the One-Armed Bandit

"Introduced in: "Arms Shortage"

Phil Cassidy (aka The One-Armed Bandit in the game's credits) is a friend of Ray Machowski, believed to have fought alongside Machowski during a military conflict in Nicaragua. Phil owns a business dubbed "Phil's Army Surplus" in Rockford, at the edge of Staunton Island, specializing in selling military-grade weaponry, as well as providing military vehicles. Phil appears briefly during a mission when Claude is required to protect Phil from a group of Colombian Cartel members, who attempt to extort weapons from Phil. After fending off the cartel members, Phil returns the favor by offering Claude weapons to buy.

Phil is portrayed as having only one arm, losing his left arm for an unconfirmed reason, although it is suggested that he may have lost it in Nicaragua. At the end of the aforementioned mission, Phil jokingly states that he would "still have his arm" if Claude had "teamed up with [Phil] at Nicaragua." In "Vice City", however, Phil loses his arm in a moonshine explosion.

Phil's last name, "Cassidy", only appears in "GTA III's" instruction manual map of Liberty City, and is again used during appearances in three future "GTA" games ("Vice City", "Liberty City Stories", and ""). Since his first appearance in "GTA III", Phil has been repeatedly associated with the sale of heavy armaments, with his role and background expanded.

Phil was voiced by Hunter Platin.

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Removed characters


Darkel is a character dropped during the development of "Grand Theft Auto III". Little is known about the character, except that he was to be a revolutionary urchin who vowed to bring down the city's economy. One mission involved stealing an ice cream van, using it to attract pedestrians, then blowing it up.cite web | url = | title = Grand Theft Auto: How Smart is the AI? | work = IGN | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear= 2006] This mission was given by El Burro in the final version of game, to kill a group of gang members. Darkel was also originally expected to give out Rampage-esque missions.cite web | url = | title = Grand Theft Auto 3 Information | work = GOURANGA! | accessmonthday = July 26 | accessyear= 2006]

Darkel had his voice recorded for this part by Bill Fiore, but was never used in game. However, the character remains listed in "GTA III's" manual's credits, as well as having a character texture retained in the game's data files.cite web | url = | title= "Frequently Asked Questions" for "GTA III" | work = | accessmonthday = August 28 | accessyear= 2006] The official "GTA III" website suggests that Darkel was to reside in the Harbour Tunnel that runs underneath a portion of Portland.


Curtly is the second known character to be deleted during game development, who was to be voiced by Curtis McClarin. Unlike Darkel, no information has been released regarding his role in the game or his significance to the original storyline. He is listed in the game's manual alongside Darkel.


See also

* "Grand Theft Auto III" soundtrack, for radio disc jockeys and personalities.

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