GTA 6 Actors Reportedly Leaked

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A few weeks ago, Rockstar Games finally confirmed that they're working on Grand Theft Auto 6 presumably for PS5, PC, and Xbox Series X. However, since the developer confirmed the game, no official details have been shared, but there's a bunch of rumors circulating online about the next installment of the popular sandbox action-adventure franchise.

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Now, one of the latest rumors comes from Matheusbr9895, who shared some information about the actors working on GTA 6, so if this is accurate, this would be the first time any GTA 6 acting talent has been revealed.

The leaker claims that Rockstar Games has hired Jorge Consejo and Guy A. Fortt for GTA 6. Either of them are well-known, which is what the developer usually prefers. While Rockstar has worked with many big names over the years, they usually prefer to cast lesser-known acting talent in their games, especially for major roles.

Consejo is best known for his work in various Spanish productions, according to his IMBD page, which reveals tht he played roles in El Rostro de Analía (2008), Código Postal (2006) and Pasión Prohibida (2013). The other actor, Guy A. Fortt, is best known for his work on Broadway in Oprah Winfrey's The Color Purple, according to his IMDB page.

Unfortunately, the leaker didn't share additional information about the actors and what roles they would play. As with any other leaked details unconfirmed by Rockstar Games, treat everything here with a grain of salt, and expect more rumors and leaked details before Rockstar Games shares anything official. It's likely that the game is still in the early stages of development, but expect the developer to announce something new about the game later this year.

Related: GTA 6 Setting Possibly Revealed, And It's Not Vice City

If you want to know more details about this highly-anticipated sandbox action-adventure game, you can read everything we know so far about GTA 6 here.


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