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El Burro from GTA III

El Burro is a character in Grand Theft Auto III and is also mentioned in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City by drug baron Ricardo Diaz. El Burro was, in GTA III, voiced by Chris Phillips.



El Burro is the head of the Diablos gang in GTA III, based in the Hepburn Heights area of Portland Island, Liberty City. El Burro is in a turf war with both the Leone Family and the Triads, having won the turf after a gang war between the Leone Family, Forelli Family and Sindacco Family in 1998. The Diablos later enter into a gang war with the Uptown Yardies after making derogatory remarks about Queen Lizzy. El Burro gives missions to Claude in order to help his pornography business, which includes the selling of the Donkey Does Dallas volumes. El Burro supplies magazines to, and may own, the XXX Mags shop in the Red Light District. El Burro has been involved in the pornography business since at least 1986, as in GTA Vice City, Ricardo Diaz destroys his VCR for eating his El Burro movie in the mission Supply & Demand. However, the VCR turns out to have been unplugged.

Mission appearances


GTA IV Easter Egg

El Burro as an artwork on a wall.

In the second trailer for GTA IV, "Looking for that Special Someone", a homage to El Burro can be seen in the form of graffiti on a wall.


  • El Burro has a similar appearance to a character of the same name that appears in Grand Theft Auto 1, but this is not the same character, because the storylines in GTA and GTA III take places in a different fictional timelines in a different fictional universes created by the game developers from a scratch in each case. It's just one of many references in this game to the very first GTA.
  • A character called El Burro also appears in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars as a drug dealer.

See Also


This article uses material from the "El Burro" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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