Uncle VinceEdit


Vincenzo Pelosi

Appearance(s): The Ballad of Gay Tony
Full name: Vincenzo Pelosi
Also known as: Uncle Vince


Status: Deceased


Date of birth: 1955
Place of birth: Little Italy, Liberty City
Date of death: 2008
Home: Algonquin
Nationality: Italian
Family: Rocco Pelosi - Nephew
Main affiliation: Ancelotti Family

Gay Tony Luis Fernando Lopez

Businesses: Loan Sharking
Voiced by: John Tormey

Vincenzo Pelosi, better known as Uncle Vince, was a 53-year old Ancelotti enforcer who often worked with his nephew Rocco Pelosi, and a secondary character and antagonist in GTA The Ballad of Gay Tony.


1 During The Ballad of Gay Tony

During The Ballad of Gay Tony[2]Edit

He is first introduced in I Luv LC, where he and Rocco snatch money from Tony in order to pay for his debt. Later he and Rocco told Luis to kill Tony, but when Luis was about to and he apologized to Tony, Luis reconsiders his decision, and instead kills Vince to threaten Rocco. Rocco was spared because he was a made man, and hitmen would chase after Luis if he killed Rocco. It is stated by Tony Prince that Vince and his nephew Rocco are related to Gracie Ancelotti (possibly on her mother's side).

Personality Edit

Similar to his nephew, Vince was a brutish thug and loan shark who showed racial and homophobic trends. He tends to be rude and aggressive towards people he disrespects, such as Tony Prince and Luis Fernando Lopez, and often insults them.

Mission appearances[3]Edit

The Ballad of Gay Tony


  • Vince and his voice actor, John Tormey, have a very strong resemblance to each other.
  • Vince's status in Ancelotti Crime Family is unknown. However, since Luis killed Uncle Vince and was not chastised by Tony, hence why Luis didn't kill Rocco (as Rocco was a made member of the Ancelotti crime family), then it can be assumed that he was not a made member of the Ancelotti crime family. It's possible, however, that it was developer's oversight.
  • Vince may be a subtle throwback to Grand Theft Auto III character Ray Machowski, bearing a slight physical similarity, as well as sharing the same meeting place (toilets).