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  • Lazarus, a foul-mouthed, boisterous radio host in Deus Ex: Human Revolution that deals with conspiracy theories, and serves as a Greek Chorus of sorts along with Eliza, is inspired mostly by Alex Jones, but by other personalities, such as Jim Rome and a fictional radio host from the movie Eight-Legged Freaks.
  • The original NES Castlevania end credits: Trans Fishers (Terrence Fisher), Vram Stoker (Bram Stoker), James Banana (James Bama), Christopher Bee (Christopher Lee), Belo Lugosi (Bela Lugosi), Boris Karloffice (Boris Karloff), Love Chaney Jr. (Lon Chaney Jr.), Barber Sherry (Barbara Shelly), Love Chaney (Lon Chaney), Mix Schrecks (Max Shrek), Green Stranger (Glenn Strange), Cafebar Read (Oliver Reed), Andre Moral (André Morell), Jone Candies (John Carradine), and the hero, credited as Simon Belmondo (Jean-Paul Belmondo), the literal romanization of the Japanese spelling, instead of the Anglicized spelling of "Simon Belmont" used in the manual.Explanation 
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  • Mass Effect: The default male face of Shepard is based on Dutch model Mark Vanderloo.
  • The original Metal Gear featured a cover artwork that was obviously traced from a publicity still of Michael Biehn in Terminator.
    • The original MSX2 release of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake featured character portraits obviously ripped from actual photographs of celebrities (notably with Solid Snake as Mel Gibson, Grey Fox as Tom Berenger, Roy Campbell as Richard Crenna, and Big Boss as Sean Connery). These were changed to Shinkawa-style portraits in later releases to avoid any potential likeness infringement.
    • In the original Metal Gear Solid, Solid Snake is (according to Yoji Shinkawa's own admission) a combination of Christopher Walken's face on Jean-Claude Van Damme's body.
    • Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater features a CIA director who is clearly meant to be a stand-in for John McCone (the real DCI at the time), but is never addressed by his name. This was likely done to avoid defaming McCone's person postmortem (since it wouldn't have sat well with McCone's family to depict him as a solicitor for murder), while at the same time maintaining the game's historical setting.
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  • Billy from Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters is based on Axl Rose, with his original design from Fatal Fury 2-KOF '95 taking cues from former English pro-wrestler Dynamite Kid. Boxers Michael Max and Axel Hawk are based on Mike Tyson and George Foreman, respectively.
  • Similarly, Axl Low from Guilty Gear is a laid-back British clone of Axl Rose.
    • Also I-no seems to be based of Shiina Ringo.
    • Less obvious but Sol Badguy has a lot of Freddie Mercury in him.
  • In addition, the minor character Eagle from the original Street Fighter was retconned into a clone of Freddie Mercury when he reappeared in Capcom vs. SNK 2.
    • And of course there's Balrog (or rather M. Bison in the Japanese version), who was very clearled modeled after Mike Tyson. It's especially obvious when you see his character portrait in the pre-Super iterations of Street Fighter II.
    • Before Balrog, there was Mike from the original Street Fighter, who was also based on Tyson. Though unlike Balrog, Mike only appeared once and isn't very popular.
    • Dee Jay was based off of kickboxer and fitness guru Billy Blanks.
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    • Alex from Street Fighter III acts as something of a Hulk Hogan homage, complete with a special intro pose with Hugo imitating the legendary match between Hogan and Andre. Hugo in turn is a renamed Andore from Final Fight, who is blatantly based on André the Giant.
    • Dudley is very similar to Chris Eubank, a Jamaican-British boxer known for his dapper attire.
    • Final Fight also had two enemy bikers named Axl and Slash modeled after their Guns N' Roses counterpart, while Poison's and Roxy's replacements in the SNES version, Billy and Sid, are obvious references to Billy Idol and Sid Vicious.
    • Abel from Street Fighter IV bares a noticeable resemblance with MMA fighter Fedor Emelianenko.
    • Crimson Viper from the same game is essentially Angelina Jolie with Cool Shades.
  • Robert Garcia from Art of Fighting is based on Steven Seagal in his prime, while King was modeled after Dutch Muay Thai fighter Saskia Van Rijswijk (with a bit of Grace Jones thrown in conceptually as well).
  • Max Morgan from Live A Live is another fairly obvious Expy of the Hulkster.
  • The incarnation of the Riddler seen in Batman: Arkham Asylum is based, most notably in his file picture, on Neil Patrick Harris.
  • In God Hand the cast of supporting characters includes a casino bouncer who looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger, an Afro-haired Kung-Fu master based on Black Belt Jones and a Zebra-themed masked wrestler who fights just like Giant Baba. Shannon has sometimes been interpreted as a caricature of Paris Hilton.
  • World Heroes based its cast largely around this trope, with a touch of justified Anachronism Stew (the plot involves a time machine). Dragon was a Bruce Lee Clone, while pro wrestler Muscle Power was an amazingly blatant steal of Hulk Hogan. Some of this was softened in the second game (Muscle Power, for example, lost his facial hair).
    • Hanzo = Hanzo Hattori, Fuuma = Fuma Kotaro, Janne = Joan of Arc, Jengis/Julius Carn = Genghis Khan, Erick = Erik The Red, Ryoko = Ryoko Tamura (later Tani), Jack = Jack the Ripper, Johnny Maximum = Joe Montana. Ryofu (Japanese translation of Lu Bu), Captain Kidd, Rasputin, and Gokuu are self-explanatory. It's not clear who Shura is. Brocken is Brocken Jr. from Kinnikuman, Neo-Dio is the title character from Baoh the Visitor, and Zeus is Raoh. Only Neo Gee Gus and Mudman aren't based on anyone.
      • Isn't Neo Geegus a T-1000 from Terminator?
  • Perhaps the ultimate in use of this trope is the long-lived Fire Pro Wrestling series, where every wrestler in the game is a renamed version of an actual professional wrestler. There are over one hundred wrestlers in the latest one.
    • The last one, Fire Pro Wrestling RETURNS for the PS2, contains over 350 wrestlers...and every single one of them is a rename (and some are recolors) of a real-life wrestler (many of them are just more "obscure" ones that casual US wrestling fans won't recognize).
  • The NES game Maniac Mansion features a character called Wink Smiley, who is a talk show host clearly based on Jay Leno. He looks exactly like a young Jay and even has Jay's chin.
  • Quite a few male characters in video games resemble David Bowie, including Raziel from the Legacy of Kain games, and even the Pokémon Zangoose, which has an Aladdin Sane lightning bolt-esque design on one side of its face.
  • El Blaze from Virtua Fighter greatly resembles WWE professional wrestler Rey Mysterio.
  • Dead or Alive
    • Bass Armstrong looks like Scott Steiner but is modeled after Stan "The Lariat" Hansen (as was "Macho" Mike Haggar from Final Fight and Saturday Night Slam Masters; in fact, many Japanese-made wrestling game main characters that people confused for Hogan analogues were actually based off of Hansen) and made to look like Hulk Hogan (mostly the nWo version). This makes things even MORE confusing when Bass's daughter Tina ends up resembling Hogan's (decidedly NON-wrestling) daughter Brooke. Given that Brooke was 8 the year the first game came out it's safe to assume Tina was not based on her.
    • Zack is clearly based on Dennis Rodman.
  • Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal
  • The Radical Entertainment games in the Crash Bandicoot series does this a lot: Crunch Bandicoot is Mr. T, Doctor N. Gin is Peter Lorre (although it can be argued he was based on Lorre to begin with), Tiny Tiger is Mike Tyson, the Ratnicians are an army of Jerry Lewises, Chick Gizzard Lips is Howard Cosell, and some of the Park Drones consist of Andrew Dice Clay, Boris Karloff, W.C. Fields, and Charlton Heston.
  • The Big Bad in Doom 3 bears a striking resemblance (both physically and in voice) to Sir Anthony Hopkins. In particular, to Hopkins playing Hannibal Lecter...
  • Many fans suspect Alexandra Chilton from Grand Theft Auto IV is a thinly veiled parody of Paris Hilton...
  • Lindsay Lohan sued Rockstar, claiming that the actress Lacey Jonas in Grand Theft Auto V was a caricature of her.
    • Jay Norris is a parody of Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg, specifically the version in The Social Network with his corruption and insufferable nature turned up.
    • Michael was designed after his actor Ned Luke, but it's impossible to see him without thinking of Robert De Niro.
  • Photograph Boy, an obscure PC-Engine side-scroller from 1989. It has lots of these cameos, including Madonna and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  • In the fantasy game Alundra, there is a character named Jaylen who resembles Jay Leno and has a similar taste in cars.
  • In F.E.A.R., there is a character named Norton Mapes who is clearly based on the late great John Candy.
  • Emily Enough features a very, very blatant No Celebrities Were Harmed version of Ed Gein — the description of his career as a serial killer is lifted word-for-word from accounts of Gein. In one of the game's more disturbing puzzles, you have to skin an old lady alive so he can wear her skin.
  • Are you sure that Elite Beat Agents didn't name its muscular baseball hero "Hulk Bryman" to avoid a lawsuit from Barry Bonds?
  • The Quest for Glory series features several, most prominently in the fourth game, which was the first to feature voice acting. The farmers sound like Jack Nicholson, Dennis Hopper, and Rodney Dangerfield, The Chief Thief sounds like Peter Lorre and so forth.
    • In the second game, there are several appearances by the Marx Brothers, most notably Groucho Marx as Ali Fakir, the used saurus salesman.
    • The third game throws in Sanford and Son.
    • Both the second and fifth games in the series feature another Peter Lorre-based character named Ugarte (it's much more obvious in the fifth game.)
    • The first game threw in The Three Stooges as brigands.
  • Mortal Kombat: Liu Kang is Bruce Lee. Johnny Cage is Jean-Claude Van Damme. Sonya is Cynthia Rothrock.
    • Johnny is even moreso based off of Nicolas Cage. His profile in earlier games bore the likeness of Mr. Cage and Johnny's real name is even Jonathan Carlton (similar to how the other Cage's real name is Nicolas Coppola).
    • Also, the makers of Mortal Kombat II had once considered adding another female kombatant who was based on kickboxing champion Kathy Long, but she ended up not making the final cut.
  • Nearly every fighting game has a Bruce Lee character. Mortal Kombat's Liu Kang, Tekken's Marshall and Forest Law, Street Fighter's Fei Long, the aforementioned Kim Dragon from World Heroes, etc. And if not that, at least a character using his fighting style, i.e. Darkstalkers' Jon Talbain, Soulcalibur's Maxi, Virtua Fighter's Jacky Bryant, etc.
  • The DS remakes of the Dragon Quest games featured new character artwork. Alena, rechristened a "Tsarevna" (Russian princess), and coming from a Fantasy Counterpart Culture Russia, bears a striking resemblance to Tsarevna Anastasia Romanov. Considering what happens to her father's kingdom, it's rather appropriate.
  • Konami's 1991 arcade game Vendetta is possibly the only beat-em-up in which you can fight crime as Mike Tyson (Blood), Hulk Hogan (Hawk), Jean Claude Van Damme (Boomer), or even Mr. T (Sledge.)
  • Fallout 2 featured characters named 'Juan Cruz' and 'Viki Goldstein' in the 'Hubologist' base, although they insist that any resemblance to persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
    • For those playing at home, they "coincidentally" resemble Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, and Scientology, respectively.
    • The same game also had a big black boxing champion nicknamed "The Masticator", who could bite off your ear during a boxing match against him.
  • Grand Chase's final (as of Season 2, has now been removed for Season 3) PVE mission (finishing Xenia Frontier's Red and Violet forests on 3 star-difficulty under 15 minutes) has you trying to beat the dungeon-clearing record of one Indiana Ford.
  • In Aion, characters Ascend from being ordinary 'humans', becoming Daeva; in the main city for each race, players will find NPCs labeled as "Daeva of ..." for various things — Intuition, Song, etc. One of the two Asmodai Daevas of Cooking is named 'Batali'.
  • Bill and Lance in the original Contra were blatantly based on Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. The backstory of Shattered Soldier echoes Demolition Man (which itself featured Stallone). Bill is accused of murdering his partner and causing "calamity on a global scale" with a superweapon, and is sentenced to Human Popsicle prison, but is temporarily thawed to take down his old partner turned nemesis since he is the only one powerful enough for the task.
  • The Mad Scientist Dr. Eggman in Sonic the Hedgehog is a parody of Theodore Roosevelt.
  • The Natsume NES game S.C.A.T. is a side-scrolling shoot-em-up starring Arnold and Sigourney (as in Schwarzenegger and Weaver; they weren't even clever enough to come up with original names).
  • Chuck Downfield, the annoying announcer of Backyard Football, was definitely based off of John Madden.
  • In The Sims 3, your Sim can read a newspaper story about a director based on Michael Bay wanting to make a movie in Sim City. It mentions that the director said his movie was about "A guy blowing up city hall, then a car chase, then, wait for it, a fight on the beach. All in my trademark crazy shaky camera."
  • Flynn, the protagonist of forgettable first-person-shooter Devastation, looks much like Eminem.
  • Apart from the "Bruce Lee as Marshall Law" example above, Tekken series have more not-celebrities: Raven is based on Wesley Snipes (in a weird mash-up of his Demolition Man and Blade movie personas), Craig Marduk is the actor/wrestler Nathan Jones (not Goldberg as commonly thought, although he does contain some references to him), and Lei Wulong is Jackie Chan, to name just a few.
    • If he's not based on any existing boxer, one of Steve Fox's moves, the "Endless Roll", is a variation of the Dempsey Roll, which was created and first used by the Heavy Weight Boxing Champion of the 1920s, Jack Dempsey.
    • King characters (King I in the first 2 games, and his successor King II from all other games) were inspired by the pro wrestler Satoru Sayama, as well as Mexican wrestler Fray Tormenta, a Catholic priest who became a masked wrestler in order to support an orphanage. Also, a lot of their moves (as well as Armor King) are homages to various WWE wrestlers.
    • More than based on existing people, there're some characters who were created with Motion Capture of real fighters, like Capoeira master Marcelo Pereira for Eddy Gordo and Tiger Jackson, and Taekwondo champion Su Il Hwang for Hwoarang.
  • Patch 3.3 of World of Warcraft introduced Bronjahm, the Godfather of Souls. To further cement the reference, his loot includes such items as Papa's Brand New Bag, Love's Prisoner, and Cold Sweat Grips.
    • WoW has more than a few as Shout Outs, however most notable is Archaeologist Harrison Jones. He started out as a Joke Character who was chump killed at the gates of Zul'Aman. However he somehow didn't die and turned up fighting snakes in a tomb in the Grizzly Hills zone. In the new Cataclysm expansion he has a prominent role as a quest giver in the Uldum zone, complete with multiple Shout Outs and lampshades to go round in respect to all four Indy films.
    • In addition to those, we also have Haris Pilton (pictured), Ricole Nichie, and even Chuck Norris (pending as of November 2011 though).
  • The fighting game Battle K-Road is a rather blatant example, featuring Wolf alongside T-8P (who also has a Head Swap in the form of D-9P).
  • Pokémon
    • Wobbuffet is partly based on the late Japanese comedian Sanpei Hayashiya, whose trademark was putting his hand to his forehead while saying: "sō na-n-su, okusan" or, in English, "That's the way it is, ma'am". Sonansu, as Wobbuffet is called in Japanese, is often shown putting its hand to its forehead.
    • The character Looker in Platinum is apparently based on David Tennant, and even dresses the same as the Tenth Doctor.
    • Elesa in Pokémon Black and White is apparently based on Lady Gaga.
    • Diantha of Pokémon X and Y is clearly inspired by Audrey Hepburn.
  • Vasu the ring appraiser from The Legend of Zelda: Oracle Games also appers to be based on a Japanese comedian, Igari Shopan, whose most famous act was dressing up as an Arabian snake charmer.
  • TimeSplitters: Sgt Cortez channels Vin Diesel.
  • Lost in Nightmare: Jill looks a lot like Sarah Connor from Terminator. In The Remake of the original, Jill had a Sarah Connor-ish outfit as an unlockable.
  • Resident Evil series
    • Resident Evil 5 : Albert Wesker not only has moves and clothes ripped right out of The Matrix but also has the mannerisms of the T-1000 from Terminator 2: Judgment Day. If you shoot him and he dodges, many times he will wag his finger at you like the T-1000 did to Sarah Conner near the end.
    • In the original version of Resident Evil – Code: Veronica. Steve Burnside also resembles Leonardo DiCaprio. His hairstyle was changed in Code Veronica: X to something more like Leon's.
      • Leon himself also resembles and is probably named after DiCaprio. Claire Redfield's name may also be a reference to Claire Danes, DiCaprio's co-star in Romeo + Juliet.
    • Some of the characters in Resident Evil Outbreak bear a certain resemblance to famous actors, especially the police officer who looks like Tom Cruise.
    • From the remake of Resident Evil onwards, Jill's appearance has been based on Canadian actress Julia Voth.
    • Rebecca Chambers has been based on Japanese singer Ayumi Hamasaki, who was actually the spokesperson for Resident Evil 0 in Japan. She didn't provide the voice as the games always feature English voice acting. Although Sheva Alomar's motion capture was based on her voice actress Karen Dyer, Sheva's facial expressions were based on model Michelle Van Der Water.
  • Kate Green in House of the Dead 4 looks blatantly similar to Fergie.
  • Sgt Stacker (voiced by Pete Stacker) in the Halo series is reminiscent of R. Lee Ermey.
  • Subverted in Fallout: New Vegas with 'The King' and his gang 'The Kings' who all dress like Elvis Presley. The King in particular though, as he even speaks in the same fashion as Elvis did. This is a subversion, however, as the Kings operate out of 'The King's School of Impersonation', a 50s drama school to teach people to act, dress, and speak like Elvis. Using the materials from the school, The Kings built their identity around the legendary figure.
    • The explanation for why no one mentions the name of the figure the school was about? By the time the King (the gang leader) got there, the surviving materials all referred to the figure simply as 'the King'.
  • Jennifer Simpson from Clock Tower was modeled after Jennifer Connelly, who also starred in the Dario Argento movie (Phenomena) that inspired the game.
  • The designers of the Madden NFL series created draft classes from scratch, often tossing in high-profile players still in college whose names and images they couldn't legally use. Like a scrambling QB from Florida named "Tim Tribow".
  • In the first two Shin Megami Tensei games, the creator of the Demon Summoning Program is a crippled genius by the name of Steven who looks suspiciously like Stephen Hawking.
    • He returns in Shin Megami Tensei IV, with his name this time officially localized as Stephen instead of using the fan translated Steven. Yeah, not Stephen Hawking at all.
  • In the Spanish localization of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Rawk Hawk is renamed Hawk Hogan.
  • Dm C Devil May Cry features the "Raptor News Network" and Bob Barbas, parodies of Fox News Channel and Bill O'Reilly.
  • The President in Silent Scope EX is a lookalike of George W. Bush.
  • Prolific horror novelist Sam Krieg in The Secret World is pretty obviously supposed to be Stephen King.
    • Illuminati handler Kirsten Geary is likewise Lady Gaga.
  • The President in Vanquish is fairly clearly modeled on Hillary Clinton.
  • In the Call of Cthulhu Adventure Game Shadow of the Comet, many of the character portraits are based on famous folks such as Vincent Price, Jack Nicholson, Tor Johnson, Sean Connery, and even H.P. Lovecraft.
  • Mystery Trackers: The Void centers on the mysterious disappearance of three fairly famous people, one of whom is horror novelist "Kevin Sting".
  • Tinseltown Dreams: The 50s is a match-3 game that involves earning money for actors, directors and so on in order to film several different types of movies. As such, it's filled with almost-recognizable names such as actresses "Grace Kelleher" and "Marylou Monroe".
  • Many Kingdom Hearts fans can clearly tell that Demyx is a spoof of, you guessed it, David Bowie.
  • The main character of Destroy All Humans! is an alien who talks like Jack Nicholson. In the third game, an actual parody of Nicholson appears, with Crypto complaining how annoying his voice is.
  • In Robopon, the entire Macroworld/Waffle section of Ring and Cross is chock-full of this. Mr. Waffle is a washed-up computer maker, who was put out of business when a fire consumed his headquarters, Waffle Tower, twenty years ago. Now, his rival Mr. Gait has taken over the market with Macrosoft computers. Things get nasty when you learn that he sabotaged Waffle in order to facilitate his little takeover....
    • Also note that Gait uses Robopon called X-Dog and I-80. Neither of them are terribly good.
  • In LEGO Minifigures Online, the Movie Starlet looks a lot like Marilyn Monroe.
  • The classic Sega 3D beat-em-up games Dynamite Cop features a protagonist, Bruno Dillinger, who bears more than a passing resemblance to Bruce Willis. Such that when the first Dynamite Cop was localized in the west, the game's name was changed to Die Hard Arcade, and Bruno was renamed "John McClane". When Bruno appeared in Project X Zone, they completed the look by having him voiced by Ben Hiura, who does the Japanese dub voice for Willis' film appearances.
  • John Morgan of Dead Island: Riptide. Let's see, Australian soldier? Check. Hand to hand expert? Check. Uses Wolverine Claws? Check. Definitely that lawyer from Blue Heelers.
  • Once you get far enough in Sally's Quick Clips, you can find a celebrity guest star in your salon: 'Donny Jepp'. Hmmm.
  • Angry Birds Stella Pop has Shakira on it. No really. Sure, it's a bird, but it's still Shakira.
  • In Delicious 9: Emily's Honeymoon Cruise famous singer (and total Jerkass) "John Tones" comes to perform on the ship.
  • The main plot of Cake Mania 5: Lights, Camera, Action! is famous director "Michel Bey" directing an extremely... confusing adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.
  • One of the Personality Cores in The Lab's minigame "Slingshot" is a Climate Change Awareness Core, whose job is to cause climate change so it can raise awareness of it. It also sounds like a certain former US vice president.
  • SNK's 3D realistic fighting game Buriki One has a number of characters based on famous fighters from almost all disciplines such as MMA (Gai Tendo), Judo (Jacques Ducalis), Greco-Roman wrestling (Ivan Sokolov) and Professional Wrestling (Patrick Van Heyting.)
  • Bobby Ologun is a Nigerian comical personality in Japan, but also is known as a famous MMA fighter. In 2006, he becomes The Sponsor in the Sequel of Power Instinct Matrimelee for PlayStation 2 called as Shin Goketsuji Ichizoku: Bonnou no Kaihou, in which Bobby appears as the Sub Boss "Bobby Strong", the new bodyguard for Princess Sissy.
  • In the indie game Mr. President, the Player Character is a bodyguard for a presidential candidate with a Dodgy Toupee named Ronald Rump. Later on, the game introduces a shirtless Russian president named Rutin.
  • In Make It Big In Hollywood naive movie mogul wannabe Lisa somehow attracts the personal attention of "Brad Schmitt".
  • Canderous in Knights of the Old Republic looks like Ron Perlman and would fit right in with many of the other characters he played.
  • In Horatio The Third Senior Manjensen With Knuckles, Morgan Treeman, the Big Good, is a parody of Morgan Freeman.
  • Clarence's Big Chance: Clarence totally isn't Christian Weston Chandler. Not at all.
  • Most characters in Frederic Evil Strikes Back are slightly-changed versions of real life musicians.
  • In The Darkside Detective, one of the city's notorious former inhabitants was the mobster Al Caphoney, who got away with many years of organized crime only for tacks evasionnote  to be his downfall. McQueen pauses in the middle of explaining all this to claim that any resemblance to persons living or dead is entirely coincidental.
  • In Mirror's Edge, Travis "Ropeburn" Burfield looks strikingly similar to Donald Trump, and the atrium of his office building resembles that of Trump Tower, complete with an indoor waterfall.
  • Trio the Punch has "Bird Brain," a boss that looks a lot like Colonel Sanders. He breaks in half and reveals to be a large purple bird, but his "suit" looks exactly like Sanders.
  • Sly 2: Band of Thieves has Carmelita Fox, whose voice in the game resembles Jessica Alba, who is also known for portraying badass and sexy women just like Carmelita.
  • Mutant Rampage Bodyslam host Air J. Wolfjam cribs his speaking style and hair from the popular disc jockey Wolfman Jack.
  • Red Dead Redemption II: Not visually, but Arthur Morgan shares one important detail with Doc Holliday, a gunslinger who participated in the O.K. Corral gunfight. They both died to tuberculosis at age 36.

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