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|For the car in Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV, see Vincent.|
Nothing is known about Vincent's background.
Events of Grand Theft Auto Online
Vincent is the former Head of Security at the Diamond Casino.
At the end of the mission Casino - Cashing Out, he is dismissed by the new owner of the casino, Thornton Duggan, who claims they can handle security themselves, much to his own and the other casino staff's dismay.
In the events of the Diamond Casino Heist, it is reveal that Vincent find a new job as the security guard of a hotel, and after taking back a vehicle that a thug stolen, he give a USB key which contain informations about the Diamond Casino's security to the protagonist for their heist and at same time get revenge of the Duggan Family
Vincent is a friendly man who has a habit of speaking in an overly grandiose and eloquent way. When a member of a biker group is run over during an incident, Vincent has the group get inside the casino for shelter. According to Tom Connors, Vincent has apparently accidentally scared some guests off.
Vincent also develops a liking and respect towards the protagonist, due to their skills and competency in dealing with threats to the establishment. A text from Agatha informs the protagonist of this.
Vincent takes his job seriously and occasionally patrolls the main floor of the casino; he has radio contact with other security and would respond to threats as soon as he could. Despite this, he was dismissed by Thornton out of redundancy, as security could now be handled by either the protagonist or Thornton's own security.
- Despite formerly working for the casino, he is never seen outside of cutscenes and missions.
- He speaks in a Grandiloquence grandiloquent way, for example using 'preambulate' instead of 'walk' and 'prodigeous' instead of 'big'.