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Who says cosplay is a demeaning way to earn a living? Not me! I'm the Vinewood Zombie. I'm the undead.
Come take a photo. It's only ten bucks. I won't give it to charity. I am a charity.
I am a very sad and lonely man named... Graham.
— Graham

Graham (aka Vinewood Zombie) is a minor character in Grand Theft Auto V, appearing as a soapboxer.


Graham is a young white male who wears zombie make-up and tattered clothes, who can be found at the corner of Vinewood Boulevard and Alta Street. He is cosplaying the Vinewood Zombie, apparently based on a character from a movie of the same name.

He will speak to the player if addressed. Graham's act consists of speaking about zombies as a cultural obsession and offering take pictures with passers-by for $10. His dialogue reveals a great deal of self hatred and loathing; he states, for example, that he wants to give himself a lobotomy, and his tone is filled with desperation. He also takes a phone call from his mother, telling her that his performance is a postmodern statement "on the proliferation of zombies in culture".

He attended college and majored in philosophy, a decision that he clearly regrets.

He also states that he can be found on Bleeter and Lifeinvader.

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@graham_blues4life #shattereddreams
I started to sing, people started to laugh, I started to pretend it was all a joke, I started to plan my death. #shattereddreams


  • Trevor Philips claims that Graham reminds him of his dead brother Ryan. Trevor also mentions that he wasn't fond of Ryan and that he died in an "accident". Trevor also will ask about the taste of the brain and other parts of the body, thinking that Graham is a real zombie, until Graham reminds Trevor that he is simply a cosplayer.
  • Michael De Santa will comment that Graham's psychological issues of a superiority complex coupled with self-doubt remind him of Amanda De Santa, and encourages Graham to keep at it, because at least he has a "gig".
  • Franklin Clinton will question whether Graham has had any luck finding any brains to eat, and Graham will reply that it's unlikely in Vinewood, where lobotomies seem to be mandatory.