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Submitted by iGAM3R-VIII 873d ago | article

GTA 5 will contain a character named Casey voiced by Jeff Wincott

GTA 5 will contain a character named Casey, although what role he plays in the story in unknown at present. Confirmation of the character appeared on an actor’s page posted on IMDB. Casey is voiced by Jeff Wincott who has played various roles on different series on television such as Night Heat, 24 and Sons of Anarchy. He has been in movies as well, his most recent being the 2010 Denzel Washington film Unstoppable where he played Chris Pine’s brother. GTA 5 will be released on PS3 and Xbox 360 September 17. (Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Xbox 360)

iGAM3R-VIII  +   873d ago
is this the main character?
CaptainYesterday  +   873d ago
I'm thinking that Casey will be someone who gives you missions or something like that.
deserteddignity   870d ago | Spam

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