- Floyd: "You've gotta go, both of you. My girlfriend, she'd kill me if she knew I had guests."
- Trevor: "Not much of a girlfriend if she don't like your family. Now would you get me a fucking drink? I'm not going to ask you again."
- Floyd: "Oh, yeah, yeah. Okay. Wait, I ain't got no booze."
- Trevor: "Then you go out and fucking get me something."
- —Floyd and Trevor in Friends Reunited
Floyd is the cousin of Wade Hebert. While growing up, he lead an uneventful life and tried to do little wrong, having only stolen a pencil while in elementary school, which he regretted ever since. In 2003, he began working as a unionised longshoreman at Pier 400 at the Port of Los Santos.  At some point prior to 2013, he became engaged to a woman named Debra and moved into her apartment in Vespucci Beach, Los Santos, though she would cheat on him with a man named Bob while on business trips.
Events of Grand Theft Auto V
In 2013, while Debra was on a business trip, Wade and his friend Trevor Philips attempt to track down the latter's former friend, Michael De Santa, knowing that he lives somewhere in Los Santos. Having previously found Floyd's address on the internet, Wade brings Trevor to his cousin's apartment. Trevor barges in and begins ordering Floyd around, who is too shy to stand up for himself. He takes up residence in the apartment, despite Floyd's protests, and eventually trashes it.
Later, Trevor and Wade accompany Floyd to his job at the Port of Los Santos in order to find something to steal. Trevor and Wade disguise themselves as dock workers, and Wade gets pulled aside to deal with a spill. Trevor and Floyd maintain cover moving crates while the former periodically takes photos of a Merryweather Security container ship docked at the port. Eventually, the pair travel to a second dock guarded by Merryweather operatives who tell the pair to leave. Trevor pretends to not know English while Floyd tries to clarify, but the guards begin beating up Floyd, giving Trevor time to grab a briefcase from a guard post. Trevor abandons Floyd who manages to make his way back to his apartment, where he finds Trevor drawing out plans for a heist on one of the walls and Wade sitting on the couch, covered in sewage. Floyd verbally opposes Trevor's plan, but he ignores him and makes Floyd give Wade a bath.
If Trevor chooses the Freighter Approach to The Merryweather Heist, Floyd once again helps Trevor lift the submersible out of the water, this time after Trevor used it to steal an experimental superweapon from the Merryweather cargo ship. However, Trevor's old contact, Lester Crest, arrives shortly after, telling them that it is too dangerous to keep and to put it back. Trevor reluctantly obliges and orders Floyd to return it, with Lester accompanying him.
Afterwards, Trevor is forced to go into hiding after attacking a Mexican crime boss and kidnapping his wife. While Trevor is away, Floyd cleans the apartment and returns it to its prior state, before Trevor and Wade took up residence in it. Debra also returns from her business trip.
After Trevor returns the crime boss's wife and can freely enter Los Santos again, he comes back to the apartment and runs into Floyd leaving. Floyd tries to stop him from entering but Trevor pushes past him and bursts into the apartment, scaring Debra, who demands that he leave. Trevor ignores her and mockingly proposes to Debra and Floyd, sending the former into a rage, who then orders both men to leave and pulls out a gun. Floyd responds by grabbing a kitchen knife and Trevor declares that the couple were "not very fucking nice". Shortly after, Trevor leaves the apartment covered in blood and meets Wade, who came back to say hi. Trevor tricks Wade into thinking that Floyd and Debra had simply left and weren't coming back as they drive to a strip club, where they take up residence instead.
The news later states on the radio that a man was found shot and a woman stabbed to death inside a Vespucci Beach apartment.
- Trevor: "Err... we're looking for something to steal."
- Floyd: "Sir, I stole a pencil in elementary school and I've been regretting it ever since."
- ―Floyd to Trevor in Scouting the Port.
Floyd believes in leading an honest and uneventful life, having only ever stolen a pencil in elementary school, and regretting it ever since. He is one of the only characters to abstain from vices such as drugs, violence, adultery, corruption, greed, and materialism, and is very shy when intimidated; seen when he lets Trevor order him around. He often avoids the use of vulgarity, even if he is enraged, as seen in Director Mode, when he can say lines such as "Suck a D" or "A-word".
Grand Theft Auto V
- Based on his surname, Floyd (alongside Wade) could be of French, or more specifically, Louisiana Creole descent.
- Floyd owns a teddy bear called Mr. Raspberry Jam. After Hang Ten, it will be attached to Trevor's truck as a unique grille ornament (stock grille only). Floyd also owns several other stuffed animals that can be seen on the shelves in his room, but only Mr. Raspberry Jam can be interacted with.
- In some instances when switching to Trevor, Trevor can be seen spooning Floyd in the bedroom of his apartment while the latter is wearing pink pajamas that may belong to Debra. Upon leaving the room, Floyd can be heard crying, and lamenting what he had done to deserve such a fate.
- Floyd may be seen in the apartment having a nightmare while wearing the pink pajamas. He tosses and turns and yells "Debra!". He may also have dreams relating to Mr. Raspberry Jam, possibly remembering when Trevor had first degraded the stuffed animal.
- Floyd's phone appears to be an iFruit, as it is seen in his hands when Trevor forces his way into the apartment for the first time.
- When Trevor leaves the apartment, Floyd mentions that he thought that methamphetamines made people "tidy". Occasionally, Floyd will say that he "breathed in some powder by accident" and that he "can't stop cleaning". After saying this, he will head to the kitchen to start cleaning.
- “I been doing this everyday for ten years. Only usually with less of the criminality.”— Floyd Hebert in Scouting the Port.