Norse deity Thor appears in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
He is interviewed on K-Chat to further explain and sell his series of self-help tapes (which commercials for also air on the radio), which give very ancient (and often violent) answers to common personal problems, such as decapitating one's girlfriend and parading her head on a stick as a declaration of love. He is critical of women, exampled in his treatment of the host - "Go and live in a chimney, ye troll!" and "Wench Amy" - and he is known to speak in the third person. Thor seemed to have gained support of the Vice City branch of the Bloods, as one member calls in and invites Thor to pillage with them.
Thor was voiced by Frank Fava.
- According to Kent Paul's 80's Nostalgia Zone!, Thor was actually a delusioned individual who thought he was a Viking.
- His name can be found on the Vinewood Walk of Fame in Grand Theft Auto V.