List of The Fast and the Furious characters

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The Fast and the Furious is an American action film series produced by Neal H. Moritz and distributed by Universal Pictures. Consisting of eight films and two short films, the following is a list of characters from The Fast and the Furious.

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Characters table[edit]

Key
Main Indicates character had a main role in the film
Archive Indicates the character only appears in archive footage
Cameo Indicates the character had a cameo appearance
Photo Indicates that the character had a non-physical picture appearance
Character Portrayed by Film
The Fast and the Furious
(2001)
The Turbo Charged Prelude for 2 Fast 2 Furious 2 Fast 2 Furious
(2003)
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
(2006)
Los Bandoleros Fast & Furious
(2009)
Fast Five
(2011)
Fast & Furious 6
(2013)
Furious 7
(2015)
The Fate of the Furious
(2017)
Principal characters
Dominic Toretto Vin Diesel Main Archive Cameo Main
Brian O'Conner Paul Walker Main Main
Letty Ortiz Michelle Rodriguez Main Main Photo Main
Mia Toretto Jordana Brewster Main Main
Roman Pearce Tyrese Gibson Main Main
Tej Parker Ludacris Main Main
Sean Boswell Lucas Black Main Archive Cameo
Han Lue Sung Kang Main Archive
Gisele Gal Gadot Main Photo
Luke Hobbs Dwayne Johnson Main
Primary supporting characters
Vince Matt Schulze Main Main
Jesse Chad Lindberg Main
Leon Johnny Strong Main
Monica Fuentes Eva Mendes Main Cameo
Suki Devon Aoki Main Archive
Neela Ezar Nathalie Kelley Main Archive
Twinkie Bow Wow Main Archive
Tego Leo Tego Calderón Main Archive Cameo
Rico Santos Don Omar Main Archive Cameo
Elena Neves Elsa Pataky Main
Mr. Nobody Kurt Russell Main
Ramsey Nathalie Emmanuel Main
Eric Reisner Scott Eastwood Main
Secondary supporting characters
Hector Noel Gugliemi Main Cameo
Agent Bilkins Thom Barry Main Main
Sergeant Tanner Ted Levine Main
Girl Minka Kelly Main
Agent Markham James Remar Main
Orange Julius Amaury Nolasco Main Archive
Slap Jack Michael Ealy Main Archive
Jimmy MC Jin Main
Major Boswell Brian Goodman Main
Mrs. Boswell Lynda Boyd Main
Earl Jason Tobin Main
Reiko Keiko Kitagawa Main
Elvis Juan Fernandez Main
Cara Mirtha Mirtha Michelle Main
Agent Michael Stasiak Shea Whigham Main Cameo
Agent Penning Jack Conley Main
Agent Sophie Trinh Liza Lapira Main
Agent Wilkes Fernando Chien Main
Agent Fusco Alimi Ballard Main
Agent Chato Yorgo Constantine Main
Agent Macroy Geoff Meed Main
Rosa Jeirmarie Osorio Main
Jack O'Conner Max William Crane,
Charlie & Miller Kimsey
Main
Samantha Hobbs Eden Estrella Main
Mando Romeo Santos Main
Agent Sheppard John Brotherton Main
Fernando Jammarco Santiago Main
Brian Toretto Carlos Main
Primary antagonists
Johnny Tran Rick Yune Main
Carter Verone Cole Hauser Main
D.K./Takashi Brian Tee Main
Arturo Braga John Ortiz Main Cameo
Hernan Reyes Joaquim de Almeida Main
Owen Shaw Luke Evans Main Cameo
Deckard Shaw Jason Statham Cameo Main
Cipher Charlize Theron Main
Secondary antagonists
Lance Nguyen Reggie Lee Main
Enrique Mo Gallini Main
Roberto Roberto Sanchez Main
Morimoto Leonardo Nam Main
Uncle Kamata Sonny Chiba Main
Fenix Calderon Laz Alonso Main Archive
Zizi Michael Irby Main
Agent Riley Hicks Gina Carano Main
Vegh Clara Paget Main
Klaus Kim Kold Main
Jah Joe Taslim Main
Adolfson Benjamin Davies Main
Denlinger Samuel M. Stewart Main
Mose Jakande Djimon Hounsou Main Photo
Kiet Tony Jaa Main
Kara Ronda Rousey Main
Connor Rhodes Kristofer Hivju Main

During the production of Furious 7, Paul Walker died in a single-vehicle accident on November 30, 2013.[1] As a result, his character Brian O'Conner was written out as retired. Walker's brothers, Caleb and Cody, were used among others as stand-ins to complete his remaining scenes, and the film is dedicated to him.[2]

Main characters[edit]

Dominic Toretto[edit]

Dominic "Dom" Toretto appears in all of the films in the series but 2 Fast 2 Furious, in which he is only mentioned. An elite street racer, auto mechanic, and ex-convict, Dominic is the brother of Mia, husband of Letty Ortiz, brother-in-law of Brian O'Conner, and father of Brian Toretto..

In the first film The Fast and the Furious, Dom leads a double-life in Los Angeles with his sister Mia, his girlfriend Letty, best friend Vince, and teammates Leon and Jesse. During the day, he tunes performance vehicles out of the auto shop behind his family's grocery store (which is run by Mia). At night, Dom and his team participate in illegal street racing in and around downtown LA. When they're not racing or working in the garage, the team performs precision hijackings out of three black high-performance Honda Civics, targeting semi-trucks on LA freeways transporting electronic merchandise valued at hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars. LAPD police officer Brian O'Connor infiltrates the group while working undercover, using the alias of Brian Spilner and the guise of a new racer eager to participate in high-stakes matches. On his first night, he challenges Dom by buying into a race using the pink slip for his Mitsubishi Eclipse (later said to be valued at $80,000). Brian ultimately loses the race, and a subsequent run-in with Dom's rival Johnny Tran leads to the Eclipse's destruction. The result places Brian in debt to Dom for an equally capable vehicle that can run a quarter-mile in ten seconds. Over the following weeks and months, and much to the chagrin of Vince, Brian works closely with Dom and his team to restore a Toyota Supra in time to participate in Race Wars, a legal racing event held in the desert outside of LA that attracts hundreds of participants. Dom ultimately discovers Brian's identity when Brian is forced to expose himself to save Vince after their final daytime hijacking goes awry. Vince, having sustained physical trauma from the endeavor, is bleeding out, forcing Brian to call for medevac and announce himself as an LAPD officer. This deception infuriates Dom, who immediately departs with Mia, Leon and Letty. By the time Vince is loaded onto the medevac, Dom is speeding away in the last remaining Civic with the remnants of Dom's team. Brian catches up to Dom at his home in LA, Leon and Letty having already fled to avoid arrest. When Tran and his cousin Lance attempt a drive-by shooting on dirt bikes as revenge for an earlier dispute, Brian and Dom pursue them in separate cars. Dom, in his late father's 1970 Dodge Charger, manages to incapacitate Lance while Brian pursues Tran in his Supra and kills him after shooting him in the side, causing him to crash at high speed on his motorcycle. Dom then challenges Brian to a race, pitting the Charger vs. the Supra on a quarter-mile strip with a railroad crossing as the finish line. The two engage in the high-speed drag race ultimately against an oncoming train. Barely surviving the train, Dom immediately collides with a semi-truck pulling out of a side street causing the Charger to flip multiple times. Brian, rushing to his aid, understands Dom's plight and fulfilling his commitment to give Dom a ten-second car, hands over the keys to his Supra. Dom departs as the sound of police sirens approaches, leaving Brian to answer for his failure. In a post-credits scene, Dom is seen driving a Chevrolet Chevelle in Baja California, having eluded capture.

In The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift he makes a cameo appearance at the end of the film as an old friend of the now deceased Han.

In Fast & Furious, Dominic and Brian reunite in the wake of Letty's death to stop drug lord Arturo Braga.

In Fast Five, Dominic and Brian make a plot to steal all of Hernan Reyes' money in an attempt to buy their freedom. During a talk with Brian, Dominic recalls his happy childhood with his father and Mia. Dominic, Brian, and Mia recruit many of their allies for the heist, while at the same time trying to evade capture by the DSS agent Luke Hobbs and Rio police officer Elena Neves. Hobbs and Elena become allies to Dominic after his team saves them from Reyes's men. With the help of his team, Dominic's heist is successful, and goes into hiding with Mia and Brian and starts a relationship with Elena.

In Fast & Furious 6, Dominic resides in Spain with Brian and Mia, who had given birth to her and Brian's child. He is approached by Hobbs, who asks him to help take down Owen Shaw, whose second-in-command is revealed to be an amnesiac but still-alive Letty. With Elena's support, Dominic regroups with his team and tries to talk to Letty to remember him and her former friends. Through numerous actions, he eventually gains Letty's trust, and defeats Shaw. His group is given full pardons from their crimes, and they return to the United States. Elena becomes Hobbs's new partner so that Dominic can be with Letty and start anew. In a post credit scene, he would later get a call with a threatening message from a man related to Owen Shaw.

In Furious 7 he is seeking revenge on Owen Shaw's brother Deckard, who is revealed to have deliberately caused the crash that had killed Han in Tokyo Drift (thus leading to Dom's cameo in the third film) and also destroyed Dom's home. While he pursues Shaw he is recruited by mysterious government agent 'Mr Nobody' to rescue Ramsey, a hacker with a device known as 'God's Eye' able to locate anyone on Earth, who has been captured by Mose Jakande with the promise of help in finding Shaw after Ramsey is safe. Dom and his crew save Ramsey - who is revealed to be female much to the surprise of her rescuers. Shaw and Jakande ultimately team up to kill Dom and the crew but they are defeated after a lengthy and violent battle. After this Dom bids an emotional farewell to Brian, who is retiring from the fast-paced, dangerous life to be with his son and the pregnant again Mia.

In The Fate of the Furious, Dominic is on his honeymoon with Letty, when Cipher forces him to work for her and betray his friends and family by holding Elena hostage. He helps her steal the "God Eye" and all the equipment for her plan to start a war. On Cipher's plan he learns he and Elena had a son while they were in a relationship. After nearly losing the nuclear warheads to Letty and the team. He watches in horror as Cipher's henchman Connor Rhodes kills Elena on Cipher's orders. In the film it is later revealed that throughout he made a deal with Deckard Shaw's mother to have Deckard and Owen rescue his son from Cipher by helping Deckard fake his death. Once Deckard rescues his son, he turns on Cipher and helps his team stop her plans. He makes peace with Deckard and names his son Brian after his friend Brian.

Dominic is tough and street smart. Although he owned a red Mazda RX-7 and a fleet of black Honda Civic (fifth generation) for his heists in the first film, he is more interested in the American muscle cars, owning a 900 hp Dodge Charger R/T he built with his father, on which he is especially proud of. He also owned a Buick GNX, Pontiac Bonneville Convertible, Plymouth Road Runner, Dodge Challenger SRT8 and a Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Dominic Toretto is portrayed by Vin Diesel.

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Brian O'Conner[edit]

Brian O'Conner appears in all of the films in the series except for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and The Fate of the Furious.

During the events of The Fast and the Furious, Brian is undercover for an LAPD-FBI task force under the alias Brian Spilner. As part of his investigation into a string of hijackings that have resulted in millions of dollars in electronic merchandise being stolen, Brian is charged with infiltrating the Los Angeles street racing scene, as the evidence suggests the culprits are talented racers. His initial contact with Dom and his team goes poorly as Dom's best friend Vince antagonizes Brian into a fight, which leads to Dom banishing him from the store and garnering Brian the nickname "the buster" from the team. However, Brian re-engages them later that night when he lays the pink slip for his Mitsubishi Eclipse down as a wager in a high-stakes race near downtown LA. Dom accepts, but is unable to collect when an LAPD raid leads to the frantic dispersal of all the racers. Dom abandons his car in a parking garage, and is rescued by Brian from being captured by an LAPD patrol officer. Fleeing the police, the duo accidentally enter into the territory of Dom's rival, Johnny Tran, resulting in the destruction of Brian's Eclipse. Due to the earlier terms of the race, Dom holds Brian to his debt, but lets him into his inner-circle. Brian presents a totaled Toyota Supra as payment, proposing that if they restore it that it will meet Dom's demands. As they restore the car Brian becomes closer to both Dom and his sister Mia, whom he begins to date. Both his friendship to Dom and romance with Mia upset Dom's best friend Vince. Under pressure from his superiors with the LAPD and FBI, Brian presses Dom harder to understand where he gets the money to pay for such high-end upgrades to their vehicles. Dom implies that if Brian proves himself at a big upcoming racing event called Race Wars, then he'll reveal his secret. During the event, Dom and his crew depart in the middle of the night to hijack a semi truck. Brian reveals his identity to Mia and coerces information out of her to help Dom. The two of them subsequently pursue the crew near Thermal, and find them in the middle of a hijacking gone wrong. Vince, stuck on the truck and wounded by the armed truck driver, is rescued by Brian after Letty is incapacitated. Brian is then forced to reveal his identity to Dom as he calls for an emergency medevac to airlift Vince to safety. Infuriated, Dom leaves with Mia, Leon and Letty. Brian pursues them to the Toretto household, but Leon and Letty have already fled to avoid arrest. At that same time, Johnny Tran and his cousin Lance perform a drive-by shooting over an earlier dispute, prompting Brian and Dom to pursue them in separate cars. Dom disables Lance in his Dodge Charger while Brian kills Tran by shooting him in the side, causing him to fall off of his dirt bike at high speed. Dom then challenges Brian to a quarter-mile drag race on a stretch of road that has a railroad crossing as the finish line. The two finish in a tie, narrowly beating an oncoming train, but Dom immediately collides with a semi truck advancing from a side street, causing his vehicle to flip multiple times. Running to Dom's aid, Brian understands Dom's dilemma, and not wanting to send him back to prison, hands over the keys to his Supra so that Dom can escape capture by the police.

In a short film to bridge the events of The Fast and the Furious and 2 Fast 2 Furious, Brian is shown to have surrendered his gun and badge at his home in LA, escaping as a SWAT team raids his house. He goes on the run in a red Mitsubishi 3000GT, earning money via street racing. Losing the Mitsubishi when he's forced to abandon it after police officers recognize the vehicle, he replaces it with a used Nissan Skyline that he repairs and restores with money he earns from subsequent races. He ultimately ends up in Miami, setting the stage for the second film.

In the second film, he is living in Miami as a street racer, but gets caught by U.S. Customs agents. He is offered a deal to take part in a joint Customs/FBI operation in exchange for the cleansing of his criminal record. He and childhood friend Roman Pearce go undercover as street racers to track down the apprehend the ruthless drug lord, Carter Verone.

In the fourth film, after having his crimes pardoned, O'Conner becomes an FBI agent and is given the task of bringing down Arturo Braga (Ramon Campos), a known drug trafficker. O'Conner, as well as Toretto, both infiltrate Braga's crew. While Braga is eventually apprehended, Toretto is arrested and sentenced to prison as well, resulting in O'Conner, Mia, and members of Toretto's crew intercepting the prison bus to free Dominic from custody.

In the fifth film, O'Conner and Toretto get caught in a crossfire with corrupt businessman and ruthless drug lord Hernan Reyes in Rio de Janeiro and plot to steal all of Reyes' money to buy their freedom. It is revealed in Fast Five that O'Conner's father was not there for him and O'Conner does not know anything about him, unlike the close bond that Toretto's father had with both his children. He is often worried that he will behave in the manner that his father did, but Toretto reassured him that he won't because he will keep an eye on him if he does. O'Conner had been in juvenile detention with Roman before he became a cop. O'Conner has also rekindled his relationship with Mia, and she becomes pregnant with his child.

In the sixth film, O'Conner, Toretto, and Mia live peacefully in the Canary Islands in Spain, where Mia gives birth to their son. O'Conner joins Toretto's team in complying with the request of Agent Hobbs to take down rival gang leader Owen Shaw. When the team realizes that Braga worked for Shaw, O'Conner decides to enter the United States to interrogate him about Shaw. After successfully questioning Braga and returning to London, O'Conner starts to feel guilty for letting Letty go undercover, which led to her amnesia and subsequent work for Shaw. The group captures Shaw and convinces Letty to side with them. O'Conner apologizes to Letty, who says that she might not remember him, but if she did work for him, she would have done of her own free will. Shaw reveals that he had captured Mia, leading to a high-speed chase after Shaw's airplane, where Mia is rescued and Shaw is crippled and put into a coma. Hobbs then grants the group's amnesty, and the entire crew move back to America, where Mia, Toretto and O'Conner have decided to reside in the old Toretto home.

In the seventh and final film as a main character, O'Conner is in Los Angeles, where he is getting accustomed to life as a father. When Dom's house is destroyed, he joins Dom's crew in a series of missions to find and capture the bomber Deckard Shaw. The missions include an airdrop over the Caucasus Mountains to ambush Jakande's convoy; he jumps onto the bus to rescue the hacktivist Ramsey. At Abu Dhabi, he and Dominic break into a billionaire's apartment room to recover the flash drive containing the God's Eye program. He joins Dom and Mr. Nobody, along with a covert ops unit, to try to capture Shaw but is ambushed by Jakande and his militants, who have allied with Deckard. When Jakande goes after Dom's crew in Los Angeles, he is part of the driving team carrying Ramsay, but after his car is destroyed, goes on foot to restore the cell tower connection so that God's Eye can be hacked. Following the defeat of Jakande and Shaw, he and Mia return to normal family life by playing with their son at the beach. When Dom leaves, he notices and pulls up beside Dom's car in his white Toyota Supra, asking Dom "You thought you could leave without saying goodbye?" They look at each other and smile, then drive together for a bit and then branch off in separate directions.

In the eighth film, O'Conner is mentioned by Letty and Roman as when Dom betrays the team due to Cipher's actions. Roman suggests Brian be called in to help. But Letty refuses reminding him that team agreed to keep Brian and Mia out any conflict they are a part of. Dom later names his son after O'Connor.

O'Conner was first unknown with the car tuning (he owned a tuned Mitsubishi Eclipse in the first film, but its hinted this was paid for by the LAPD-FBI task force he had gone undercover for), but after with meeting Toretto, he became more positive, active in racing scene, becoming a skilled mechanic. He is very interested in tuners, especially Nissan Skyline models. He owned two Nissan Skyline GT-R R34's (one in the second movie and one in the fourth), Nissan C10 Skyline and finally a Nissan GT-R.

Paul Walker's death

Brian was portrayed by actor Paul Walker. Due to Walker's death in a single-vehicle accident on November 30, 2013—with Furious 7 being incomplete, filming was put on hold to allow the cast and crew of the film to grieve.[7] The writers took this time to determine how to handle the fate of O'Conner in the film and decided that Walker's character will be retired from the franchise rather than killed. The film used some voice clips and cut scenes from previous installments, his look-alike brothers Caleb and Cody plus his CGI-generated face to complete filming. The film ends with a tribute to Walker including highlights of Walker's time in the Fast and Furious franchise and Walker's co-star and close friend Vin Diesel giving an in-character voice over of how he will always be his brother, before the words "For Paul" are displayed on screen. The song "See You Again" by American rapper Wiz Khalifa and American singer Charlie Puth was dedicated to Walker.

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Letty Ortiz[edit]

Leticia "Letty" Ortiz is Dominic's girlfriend and later his wife. She is also a highly skilled street racer and mechanic.

In The Fast and the Furious, Letty expresses some concern about Dominic's carjacking scheme, but goes along to back him up despite her concerns. In the end, during a botched highway robbery, she rolls her car and is injured, but survives.

During the events of Fast & Furious, she is on Dominic's crew in his heists of fuel tankers in the Dominican Republic, but when the local law enforcement starts closing in, he leaves her behind to protect her from harm. Several weeks later, Mia calls Dominic to tell him Letty has been apparently murdered by Fenix. It is later revealed that after she could not find Dominic, Letty contacted FBI agent Brian O'Conner and became a double agent for Braga's crime ring in order to clear Dominic's charges and allow him to come home.

In the post-credits scene of Fast Five, Luke Hobbs receives a file regarding a robbery, in which Letty's photograph is attached, revealing that she is still alive; Fenix did not, in fact, kill her, and instead involved her in the robbery of a German military convoy.

In the sixth film, it is revealed that she has amnesia, and is part of a lethally skilled mercenary organization led by Owen Shaw, a criminal mastermind. Dominic makes several attempts to try and reach out to her. It was revealed that Brian felt guilty for having Letty be an informant for the FBI to help him to take down Arturo Braga and having this led to her being presumed dead. She is also described as a tough street woman by Riley, which is true during their first encounter. Shaw orders Letty to detach a cable line to Roman's car that was holding the tank from escaping. While attempting to do so, she is rescued by Dominic, gaining her full trust in him. Brian attempts to apologize to her, but Letty tells him that she doesn't remember much for being an informant and if she did, no one forces her to do something she doesn't want to do. She assists Hobbs, Dom and the others in stopping both Owen and Riley. Despite not being able to remember her previous life with Dom, she returns home with him stating that "it feels like home".

In the seventh film, Letty temporarily leaves Dom to sort through her amnesia and find out who she is on her own. However, after Deckard Shaw kills Han and blows up Dom's house, Letty rejoins the team. During the course of the mission, Letty's memories come back after hitting her head in a fight with Kara, including that she and Dom were married some point before Fast & Furious. Letty is last seen with her husband and friends on the beach, commenting on how different things will be now that Brian O'Conner is retiring.

In The Fate of the Furious, Letty and Dom are enjoying their honeymoon in Havana. Everyone is taken by surprise when Dom seemingly betrays them in Berlin. While the others are convinced of his betrayal, only Letty knew something was wrong and suspected someone was blackmailing him. Her suspicion proved true when Cipher and Dom attacked Mr. Nobody's secret base. She is last seen meeting Dom's son with Elena, Brian. Letty is portrayed by Michelle Rodriguez.

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Mia Toretto[edit]

Mia Toretto is Dominic's sister and Brian's love interest. Mia knows of her brother's crimes, but disapproves and does not involve herself in them. Dominic's friend, Vince, is shown to be attracted to her. Mia is also shown to be a proficient driver as she also grew up with Dominic under their race car driver father. In Fast & Furious, Mia is under surveillance by the FBI. She is seen at Letty's funeral and is mostly seen afterwards either persuading Dominic not to get in danger, or talking to Brian about their past together. When Dominic gets injured, Brian calls her to help him. In Fast Five, she is happily living with Brian and reveals that she is pregnant with his baby. Throughout the film, she assists Dominic's crew in the heist by driving and staying back at base with surveillance. In Fast & Furious 6, she and Brian now have a son named Jack. After Elena helps rescue Jack, Mia is kidnapped by Shaw's henchmen Vegh and Klaus. She is rescued by Brian and returns to the US with Dom and the others. In Furious 7, Mia does not get involved in the team's mission for revenge on Deckard Shaw, who has murdered their close friend Han and blown up the family home, as she stays to look after Jack and is pregnant with her second child. Mia is extremely worried that Brian will be killed but also confesses to her brother she fears the quiet life may not be for Brian due to him telling her he 'misses the bullets'. She is last seen on the beach playing with her family as the rest of the team look on. In The Fate of the Furious Mia is mentioned by Letty as she reminds Roman that the team all agreed to keep Brian and her out of any conflict they are a part of. Mia Toretto is portrayed by Jordana Brewster.

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Roman Pearce[edit]

Roman "Rome" Pearce is a childhood friend of Brian O'Conner. Originating from Barstow, California, Roman grew up alongside O'Conner. In 2 Fast 2 Furious, Brian says that he and Roman had met in juvenile detention. Two months after Brian finished Police Academy, Roman was arrested when he was found in a garage with eight stolen cars and sent to prison for three years, and after release, was prohibited to go more than a hundred yards from his home. Although Brian had no prior information for Roman's arrest, Roman overall blamed Brian for the simple fact that he was a cop. Roman and Brian later mended their ways when Roman agreed to participate in a sting operation on Miami drug lord Carter Verone and later talked about opening their own high performance garage using pocketed amounts of Verone's drug money. However, when Brian became an FBI agent, Roman started spending time and money gambling in Las Vegas, according to his Fast Five profile. Roman appears again in Fast Five as part of Dominic and Brian's team as a "fast-talker" (someone who can talk their way through anything, or as Dom puts it, "bullshit his way through anything") in their attempt to steal a vault from a corrupt Brazilian businessman. He is reluctant at first, thinking the mission is personal and not being good business until Dominic utters the vault is filled with one hundred million dollars in cash which is enough to change his mind. With his cut of the money, he buys a Koenigsegg CCXR Edition sports car and travels around the world in his own private jet. He helps Dominic take down Owen Shaw and returns to the U.S in the sixth film, helps Dom take down Owen's brother Deckard Shaw in the seventh film and helps the team get Dom back and take down Cipher in the eighth film. . He is portrayed by Tyrese Gibson.

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Tej Parker[edit]

Tej Parker is an old friend of Brian who allows him to participate in races hosted by him near his garage in Miami. Tej does not race anymore, preferring to referee and make money off selling parts out of his garage and also due to what he claims to have stopped him from racing, an injured leg. He has an off-on relationship with Suki. When Brian needs a place to stay, he allows Brian and Roman to stay in his garage rooms for a while. Later, when Brian needs to orchestrate a "scramble" to escape detection by the FBI, Tej shows him another large car garage owned by him, which they use for the scramble. Tej and Suki drive Brian and Roman's Mitsubishis out to be intercepted by the FBI, allowing them to continue their mission which shows that he still can drive as well. Tej also appeared in Fast Five, Fast & Furious 6, Furious 7 and The Fate of the Furious as part of Dominic and Brian's crew, brought on as their technician expert. Tej Parker is portrayed by Chris "Ludacris" Bridges.

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Sean Boswell[edit]

Sean Boswell appears in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. He is a 17-year-old loner in school during the events of the film. After having three strikes of street racing in the United States, Sean's mother sent him to Tokyo, Japan, to live with his father and avoid jail time. In Japan he was introduced to the drift racing scene and made good friends with Han, a former member of Dominic Toretto's crew and Sean's supporter throughout the film. He eventually met Dominic at the end of the film and raced him through a parking garage. Aside from Han and Dominic, Sean has no connection to any other major characters in the series. He isn't seen in the post credits scene of Fast & Furious 6, but his car could be seen. He appears in Furious 7 when he talks with Dominic after their unseen race (from Tokyo Drift) and gives him some of Han's things that were found after the crash. Sean Boswell is portrayed by Lucas Black.

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Han[edit]

Han Lue (Chinese: 韓哥 Hán Gē), also known by the alias Han Seoul-Oh[9] is an aloof former gang member and street racer, a member of Dominic's crew in Fast & Furious, Fast Five and Fast & Furious 6, and Sean Boswell's mentor and friend in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

Before appearing on the Fast and Furious franchise, Han was originally introduced in Justin Lin's Better Luck Tomorrow (2002).[10][11]

Chronologically, in Fast & Furious he steals fuel tankers with Dominic, while in Fast Five he joins Dom and Brian's heist team as a precision driver and a "chameleon". While planning the heist in Fast Five, Gisele attributes Han's constant need to occupy his hands to him being a former smoker. After the heist, Han and Gisele start a relationship and travel together through Europe, starting with Berlin. They assist Dom and his crew in taking down Owen Shaw.

In Tokyo Drift, Han hires Sean Boswell as a delivery driver and teaches him how to race against Takashi. During a climatic getaway, a silver Mercedes crashes into his car, causing it to flip over and then explode. In the post-credits scene of Fast & Furious 6, Deckard Shaw (portrayed by Jason Statham) is revealed to have driven the Mercedes after tracking the street racers on a police radio. Dominic goes to Japan to retrieve his body, he and his crew have a funeral for him in Furious 7.

Han is portrayed by Sung Kang. In the Fast & Furious 6 production notes, his last name is listed as Lue,[12] while in Furious 7, his name appears in the DSS files as Han Seoul-Oh, a nod to Han Solo of Star Wars.[13] Director Justin Lin has stated that Seoul-Oh is a fake ID.[14]

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Gisele[edit]

Gisele was the liaison for Braga who developed feelings for Dominic, who does not reciprocate. She warns him of potential danger that awaits him after delivering Braga's heroin across the border. Dominic saves her life in the chaos surrounding the heroin exchange meant as a trap for Braga. She returns the favor by giving the location of Braga's hideout in Mexico. Gisele re-appears alongside Dominic's crew assisting him and Brian in their heist as their weapons expert, where it is revealed that she is a former Mossad agent. She and Han eventually start a relationship and take off to Europe together after the heist in Rio de Janeiro.

Gisele reappears in Fast & Furious 6, along with Han, and helps Dom and the gang take on a rival gang of hijacking, car criminals. In a running gag, she takes pride in her ability to accomplish objectives on her own where men would fail, that is, using her attractiveness to infiltrate Herman Reyes's bodyguards and Owen Shaw's security. She falls from the roof of an airborne car to her death while shooting the man who would have shot Han. Her last name in the sixth film's production notes is Harabo,[12] while her file in the fifth film presents it as Yashar. However, Lin has said that, like Han, she was not given a last name.[14] She is portrayed by Gal Gadot.

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Luke Hobbs[edit]

Agent Luke Hobbs is a United States Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) agent and bounty hunter.

In Fast Five, he is trying to bring down Toretto's crew which is his number one priority when he believes that Toretto's crew killed the DEA agents in the train. After outsmarting Toretto and ambushing him, Mia, Brian, and Vince in their base, he takes them into custody to take back to the United States for prosecution. When his team is killed in an ambush by Hernan Reyes en route to the airport to take the fugitives home, he joins Toretto's team to steal Reyes' money, and personally kills a badly-injured Reyes, avenging his team. Faced with the chance to arrest the team after Reyes' death, he instead offers them a 24-hour head start to get to safety before he will start the search again.

In Fast & Furious 6, he comes to Toretto for help to bring down Owen Shaw, the leader of an international crime syndicate, recognizing that Toretto's team are the best candidates to match Shaw's own skills. He partners up with DSS Agent, Riley Hicks, who turns out to be a double agent who double crossed Hobbs and Toretto's team. While Riley and Letty are fighting with each other in the airplane, Hobbs tosses a harpoon to Letty, who in return uses it to impale Riley off the airplane, killing her on impact. After the mission is completed, Hobbs grants amnesty to Toretto and his team, the two men publically disagreeing on which of them was in charge during that mission but privately acknowledging that they trust each other.

In Furious 7, Shaw's older brother, Deckard, breaks into Hobbs' DSS office to extract profiles of Dom's crew. After revealing his identity, Shaw engages Hobbs in a fight and later escapes by detonating a bomb that sends Hobbs and his partner Elena, flying out of a window and onto a car parked below. He is injured by the fall, and rushed to the hospital by Elena. Dom later visits Hobbs in the hospital, where he learns that Shaw is a rogue British Special Forces assassin seeking to avenge his brother, Owen. During the final climactic scene, Hobbs, seeing that the team is being hunted by a Predator UAV drone, leaves the hospital- even breaking his own cast- and destroys the UAV drone by ramming it with an ambulance. Later, Hobbs plays a part in taking down Jakande when he shoots a belt of grenades that was slung onto Jakande's chopper by Toretto destroying the helicopter and killing Jakande. He later imprisons Shaw in a maximum security prison.

In The Fate of the Furious, Hobbs initially appears coaching his daughter's sports team, before being approached by a government contact to conduct an off-the-books mission to retrieve an EMP device from a facility in Berlin, and warned that he will be acting unofficially and will face arrest if captured. Although he claims the device with the aid of Dom's team, he is captured after Dom steals the device himself due to the blackmail of cyber-terrorist Cipher, resulting in Hobbs being sent to the same prison as Shaw. However, he is swiftly 'released' by Mr. Nobody to help Dom's team track down Dom and Cipher, learning that she is seeking to gain control of nuclear launch codes to appoint herself to a position of power over the world. Despite the odds against them, Hobbs and Dom's team manage to track Cipher while Dom sets plans in motion to escape her blackmail himself, culminating in the destruction of the converted Russian nuclear submarine Cipher was planning to use to launch her stolen missiles. Although offered reinstatement after the threat is over, Hobbs decides to remain officially retired to spend more time with his daughter and his new "family", being Dom's team.

In the Universal Studios Hollywood Studio Tour segment Fast & Furious: Supercharged, Hobbs appears in two major scenes: on the video telling guests that they'd be sent to a safe location because Owen Shaw and his gang are after a high-valued witness on the tram, and in a Pepper's ghost hologram, where he escorts Agent Novak away.[15][16]

In all appearances, Hobbs is portrayed by Dwayne Johnson.

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The Fast and the Furious[edit]

Vince[edit]

Vince is a childhood friend and street racer under Dominic Toretto. He opposed O'Conner's inclusion into Dominic's crew especially since his sister favored O'Conner over him. During Race Wars, Johnny Tran blames Dominic for the SWAT forces that came into his house, disrespecting his whole family for being narced out by someone and they get into a fight. Vince then leads Dominic away telling him to chill out. Near the end of the first film, Vince is seriously injured when he is shot by a trucker whose shipments he attempted to hijack. He recovers from his injuries, escapes from the hospital, and goes to Rio de Janeiro. He is not present or mentioned in Fast & Furious, but can be seen in a picture with Letty and Dominic at Letty's funeral, although his face is not clear. Vince re-appears in Fast Five living in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro with his wife, Rosa and infant son, Nico (who is named after Dominic). He tries to steal one of three cars on a train he attempted to hijack in an earlier mission, but it goes awry. Dominic's trust in his longtime friend is strained for a time when he was caught hiding information from the team, but ultimately regains that trust after saving Mia from being killed and joins Dominic's heist team. Before the crew could perform their heist on Reyes, he is later captured by Hobbs along with Dominic, Brian and Mia, but is fatally wounded while saving the cop from Zizi's ambush on the convoy. Before he dies, Dominic promises Vince that he will watch over Rosa and Nico. After the successful heist on Reyes, Dominic gives Vince's share to Rosa and Nico, promising to visit soon. Vince is portrayed by Matt Schulze.

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Leon[edit]

Leon is a friend and street racer under Dominic Toretto. Leon acts as a dispatcher during the street race at the beginning of the film alerting everyone of police presence, and is a participant in the truck heist gone bad. His whereabouts after the first film are unknown and is presumed to be devastated over the death of Jesse by Johnny Tran and Lance and as well Vince by Hernan Reyes and his men. Leon is portrayed by Johnny Strong.

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Jesse[edit]

Jesse is a street racer and the brains of Dominic's operations, and he is a wheelman in the heists. Jesse admits to having ADD and is shown often stuttering in his speeches and acting very nervous. Despite this setback, he is the computer nerd of the group as he is responsible for creating the designs, doing background checks on people, and hacking the engine characteristics of Toretto's race vehicles with precise calculations (a potential characteristic of those with ADD as they may at times have high IQs). He is somewhat reckless and irresponsible as he later raced Johnny Tran for pink slips against the wishes of both Brian and Toretto who warned him that Tran had over $100,000 under the hood of his vehicle. This proved to be true as Jesse lost to Tran, later driving off and escaping his loss. An enraged Tran and an accomplice later pull a drive-by shooting at Toretto's house missing everyone but Jesse, who gets hit, killing him instantly. Brian and Dominic chase after Tran, shooting him dead and avenging Jesse's death. Jesse is portrayed by Chad Lindberg.

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Hector[edit]

Hector is a former street racer and organizer. He is a friend to both Dominic and Brian. In the first movie, Hector organizes and attends the original race in which Dominic and Brian participate, which is later interrupted by the police; he has a last name, but claims he "can't pronounce it". Brian begins investigating Hector and Tran's activities and is convinced that Tran is behind the hijackings, believing his suspicions are founded when he discovers an unusual purchase made by Hector in The Racer's Edge (the parts shop where Brian works). Hector later throws a party at El Gato Negro, but his whereabouts after this party are unknown. Hector returns in Furious 7, where he takes an accidental punch from Letty at the Race Wars after she has a traumatic flashback when the girl fans from the race wars pick on her, but Hector is not angry; Dominic jokes that he "never could take a punch". Hector is portrayed by Noel Gugliemi.

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2 Fast 2 Furious[edit]

Suki[edit]

Suki is a friend of Brian and sometimes girlfriend of Tej Parker. She is shown to have a highly competitive nature but she is also an excellent driver by handling losses easily. Despite that Brian has won against her numerous times, they remain good friends, and she later helps Brian and Pearce out by driving Pearce's Mitsubishi along with Tej to allow the pair to escape custody. Suki is portrayed by Devon Aoki.

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Jimmy[edit]

Jimmy is a mechanic who works for Tej and is a close friend of Brian. He makes a few appearances in 2 Fast 2 Furious, including one which he freestyle raps during a poker game at Tej's garage. He is portrayed by MC Jin.

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Slap Jack[edit]

Slap Jack is one of the street racers in the first race of the movie. While trying to beat Brian O'Conner's Skyline using nitrous, Brian outsmarts him also using the nitrous and jumping first off the bridge. After jumping the draw bridge, his Supra gets severely damaged, crash lands and crashes into a Pepsi billboard while Brian wins the race. Although his Supra is rebuilt during the scramble scene. He is portrayed by Michael Ealy.

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Orange Julius[edit]

Orange Julius is another street racer during the first race of the film. He wears an orange cap and an orange suit to hint his name. During the race, he tries to reach the bridge jump, but just stopped instead, refusing to finish the race. It is unknown if he finished the race or not if the bridge closed or opened. He is also seen during the scramble sequence in the end of the movie. His name has nothing to do with the Dairy Queen's joint bevarage drink restaurant. His RX-7 is similar to Dominic Torreto's RX-7 from the first film minus the spoiler. He is portrayed by Amaury Nolasco.

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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift[edit]

Twinkie[edit]

Twinkie is Sean's first friend he meets in Tokyo. He takes and introduces him to the world of drifting where Sean wrecks Han's favorite car. He is one of Han's crew who helps Sean in the movie. He is a mechanic more than a street racer and also sells pre-owned goods. Twinkie is portrayed by Bow Wow.

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Neela[edit]

Neela is the love interest of Sean Boswell. When Sean arrives in Japan and goes to school, he meets Neela in class. When Sean goes to the drifting world with Twinkie, he sees Neela and begins talking to her then he realizes that she is with Takashi when confronted by him. Later, Neela claims that she grew up with Takashi after her mother died. As the movie goes on, she starts to like Sean even more. When Han is killed by Deckard Shaw, she was taken by Takashi. Eventually in the end, she ends up with Sean after he defeats Takashi on a final race down a mountain. She soon discovered it was Deckard Shaw who caused Han to crash and killed. Neela is portrayed by Nathalie Kelley.

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Earl[edit]

Earl is one of Han's friends and crew member who tunes for racers, using stand-alone fuel management systems to control fuel and timing. Earl is portrayed by Jason Tobin.

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Reiko[edit]

Reiko is the other friend and crew member of Han's. She is a data-log analyzer that helps Earl tune by checking the driving habits and various engine telemetry stored in data-logs. Reiko is portrayed by Keiko Kitagawa.

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Fast & Furious[edit]

Rico Santos[edit]

Rico Santos was a member of Toretto's crew in the beginning of the film and then in the end when they are busting Dominic out of the prison bus. He is in Dominic's crew assisting with the heist in Rio de Janeiro. Rico does not join Dom and his crew in capturing Owen Shaw in Fast & Furious 6, his absence explained as him having been last seen at a casino with Tego in Monte Carlo. In The Fate of the Furious, he is seen with Tego on the ambulance taking Deckard Shaw to hospital. Rico Santos is portrayed by Don Omar.

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Tego Leo[edit]

Tego Leo is a member of Toretto's crew in the beginning of the film. Drives the car at the end of the film with Santos when they go with Brian and Mia to get Dominic out of the prison bus. He is in Dominic's crew assisting with the heist in Rio de Janeiro. Afterwards, Tego and his friend Rico were last seen in a casino in Monte Carlo and do not join Dom and his crew in their mission to capture Owen Shaw. In The Fate of the Furious, Tego is seen with Rico on the ambulance taking Deckard Shaw to hospital. Leo Tego is portrayed by Tego Calderón.

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Cara Mirtha[edit]

Cara Mirtha is Han's girlfriend and member of Toretto's crew in the beginning of the film and she stays with Han during the heist. She presumably breaks up with Han afterward, since Han is single in Fast Five and begins a relationship with Gisele at the end of the film. Cara Mirtha is portrayed by Mirtha Michelle.

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Furious 7[edit]

Ramsey[edit]

Ramsey is a British computer hacker and the creator of God's Eye, a program capable of tracking a specific person through digital services and coveted by mercenary Mose Jakande. Ramsey was a prisoner of Jakande, until Dom and his crew rescue her. Subsequently, she assists Dom and his crew in collecting the God's Eye, stating that she trusts them more than her previous captors as the team is clearly brought together by respect and trust rather than the fear that kept her captors loyal. When she makes contact with her associate Safar, she learns that the hard drive has been sold away to a Jordanian prince despite her previous warning to keep it safe. When they lose the program to Jakande, Ramsey helps the crew to hack and regain control of it, then shuts it down. Ramsey is portrayed by Nathalie Emmanuel.

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Safar[edit]

Safar is an Emirati mechanic and Ramsey's associate in Abu Dhabi. He was given by Ramsey a flash drive containing the God's Eye program, but, not knowing its importance, sold it to a Jordanian prince. To make amends, Safar tips Dom and his crew on where the drive is located. Safar is portrayed by Ali Fazal.

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Mando[edit]

Mando is Dom's friend who lives in the Dominican Republic. He invites Brian, Mia and Jack to his place to hide from Deckard Shaw. While Dom, Brian and their crew are going after Shaw, he watches over Mia. While Brian and Mia were staying at his place, Brian built a surveillance hub in Mando's garage. Mando is portrayed by Romeo Santos

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The Fate of the Furious[edit]

Magdalene Shaw[edit]

Magdalene Shaw is the mother of Deckard and Owen Shaw. Dominic arranges a private meeting with her to make a deal that he'll arrange her sons' freedom from government custody if she has them rescue his son from Cipher's plane. Magdalene Shaw is portrayed by Helen Mirren.

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Johnny Tran[edit]

Johnny Tran is the head of an opposing race crew to Dominic Toretto's, and implied to be involved in some form of organized crime. He is first seen blowing up Brian O'Conner's car, originally owned by Sgt. Tanner, with his gang's machine guns near the beginning of the film. It is soon revealed that their business deal went sour when Johnny found his sister sleeping with Dominic. Later, as O'Conner and Dominic spy on Tran at his garage, he is seen with his accomplice (and cousin) Lance interrogating a man named Ted Gassner regarding engines in his vehicles, which is also where they spot several boxes of merchandise in his garage (the kind being robbed in the film from truckers). This leads Brian O'Conner to organize a large SWAT assault team to invade Tran's house, only to find a few minor weapons charges and other minor issues. Tran gets slapped by his father for this and learned he destroyed Sgt. Tanner's car and pays $80,000 of the car. After being bailed out, Tran is later seen at the Race Wars, racing Jesse for pink slips. Both Dominic and Brian warn Jesse about Tran's vehicle having over $100,000 worth of upgrades, but Jesse ignores them and races Tran anyway. After Tran wins, he then confronts Dominic, accusing him of the SWAT team invasion of his home, which disrespected him in front of his entire family (unaware that the man responsible, Brian O'Conner, is right there in front of him; he soon becomes aware of this near the end). Dominic then delivers a right hook to Tran's face, and the two men scuffle on the ground before being broken up by the crowd. After Tran and Lance kill Jesse in a drive-by shooting while driving motorcycles, Brian and Dominic chase after the two, ending with Brian shooting Tran in the side while Tran is fleeing on his motorcycle, sending Tran head-first into a curbside, breaking his neck. Johnny Tran is portrayed by Rick Yune.

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Lance Nguyen[edit]

Lance Nguyen is Johnny's cousin and henchman, who is known for his love of Snakeskin pants. He also destroyed Brian O'Conner's car owned by Sgt Tanner. He is arrested by Sgt. Tanner the owner of the car he and his cousin destroyed and later released from jail and Tran's father pays $80,000 of the vehicle that Lance and Tran destroyed. Tran and his accomplice Lance later pull a drive by at Dominic's house narrowly missing everyone except Jesse who was killed in the process. Dominic drives his 70 Dodge Charger into his dirt bike. Lance was injured in a motorcycle accident. Lance is portrayed by Reggie Lee.

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2 Fast 2 Furious[edit]

Carter Verone[edit]

Carter Verone is a drug dealer in Miami in 2 Fast 2 Furious who puts out the word that he needs drivers to deliver a "package", leading Customs and the FBI to place Brian O'Conner and Roman Pearce undercover as drivers in order to land charges on him. When O'Conner and Pearce learn that Verone plans to execute the two of them after his package is delivered, they hatch a plot to thwart him. O'Conner and Pearce successfully capture Verone at the end of the film. Carter Verone is portrayed by Cole Hauser.

Enrique[edit]

Enrique is Verone's henchman. He is beaten up by Brian and Roman after trying to kill Brian. Enrique is portrayed by Matt Gallini.

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Roberto[edit]

Roberto is Verone's other henchman. He is thrown out of Roman's car by an ejector seat. Roberto is portrayed by Roberto Sanchez.

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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift[edit]

Takashi[edit]

Takashi is a street racer who was acknowledged as the best drift racer in Tokyo given the title "DK" (Drift King). He first confronts Sean at the drift race when Sean is talking to Neela. In the first race between them he easily beats Sean while Sean demolishes Han's favorite car. Then when Takashi's uncle Kamata comes to town he realizes that Han has been skimming money from their business. He goes to confront and chase Han and Sean down. During the chase, Han is killed by an unseen figure and he takes Neela back. At the end he is beaten by Sean going down the mountain but still survives the crash. It is unknown what happened to him after the race, but in a deleted scene, he was apprehended by his uncle's henchmen. Takashi is portrayed by Brian Tee.

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Morimoto[edit]

Morimoto was Takashi's close friend. Morimoto confronts Sean with Han and Takashi when Sean is talking to Neela at the drifting site. He also confronts and beats up Twinkie when he believes Twinkie sold him a broken iPod until Sean breaks up the fight who gives Morimoto his own iPod to replace the broken one. When Takashi goes to confront Han about skimming money from Takashi's business, Morimito accompanies him. While chasing Han and Sean he crashes into another car and presumably dies instantly on impact. Morimoto is portrayed by Leonardo Nam.

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Kamata[edit]

Kamata is Takashi's uncle and the head of the Yakuza crime syndicate in Tokyo. He alerts Takashi that Han has been stealing money from him. After Han is killed by Deckard Shaw, Sean visits him with some money that is owed to him from Han, and Kamata accepts his proposition to have Sean and Takashi, of which the loser will leave Tokyo for good and go back to the United States. After Sean wins, he lets Sean and Neela go free and it is assumed he left Tokyo with his nephew. Kamata is portrayed by Sonny Chiba.

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Clay[edit]

Clay is a high school student. He appears at the beginning of the film when he agrees to race Sean after witnessing Sean talking to his girlfriend which caused a fight to occur at the school. He crashes during the race but manages to escape punishment with the help of his parents due to their wealth, leading Sean to go to Tokyo. Clay is portrayed by Zachery Ty Bryan.

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Arturo Braga[edit]

Arturo Braga is a drug trafficker who first appears as "Ramon Campos" in Fast & Furious. During a botched sting operation, it is revealed that "Campos" is Arturo Braga himself and he escapes to Mexico. Brian and Dominic capture him and bring him back to the USA. Arturo Braga is portrayed by John Ortiz. He returns making a cameo appearance in the sixth film being in jail having a connection with Shaw and O'Conner returns in the U.S. as a prisoner to gain access to Braga, who discloses how Letty survived the explosion that was thought to have killed her.

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Fenix Calderon[edit]

Fenix Calderon was Braga's right-hand man who was responsible for murdering Letty in Fast & Furious. However Letty is shown alive in Fast & Furious 6 it means Fenix failed to kill her. In the climatic chase through the tunnels, he T-bones Brian's car, causing him to crash. When Brian crawls out of the car, Fenix kicks him a few times and is about to shoot when Dominic comes out of the tunnel and impales him with a car, killing him. Fenix Calderon is portrayed by Laz Alonso.

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Ramon Campos[edit]

Ramon Campos was Braga's double and a recruiter for drivers in the shipment of drugs in and out of Los Angeles. Ramon Campos is portrayed by Robert Miano.

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Fast Five[edit]

Hernan Reyes[edit]

Hernan Reyes is a corrupt businessman and ruthless Brazilian drug lord who provides resources to the favelas in Rio de Janeiro to gain control over them. He also has most of the Rio civil and military police and local division of the Brazilian federal highway police (PRF) on his payroll, which allows him to hide his money inside a vault in their evidence room. He wants Toretto and O'Conner dead when they plot to steal his money. He has Hobbs' team and Vince killed on his orders, forcing a vengeful Hobbs to join Toretto. After, Dom crashed the vault to Reyes in a car accident, leaving Hernan badly injured. Reyes was subsequently shot and killed by Hobbs in revenge for murdering Hobbs' team and Vince, ending his reign of terror. Hernan Reyes is portrayed by Joaquim de Almeida.

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Zizi[edit]

Zizi is a lead henchman for Hernan Reyes. He enlists Vince, who brings Brian, Mia, and Dominic, to help him steal three confiscated cars off a moving train. However, when Mia drives the GT40 away from the intended destination, he turns on Dominic and Brian, shooting the DEA agents in the process. He also leads the ambush on Hobbs' convoy, killing most of Hobbs' team before his hit squad is wiped out by Toretto, Brian, and Vince, allowing them, Hobbs, Mia, and Elena to escape. Towards the end of the film, he is shot and killed by Brian when he tries to kill Dominic after surviving having Reyes' money vault slammed into the vehicle he was driving with Reyes in the back. Zizi is portrayed by Michael Irby.

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Fast & Furious 6[edit]

Owen Shaw[edit]

Owen Shaw is a paramilitary-trained criminal mastermind.[17] Formerly with the Special Air Service, (the special ops of the British Army), Shaw has assembled a team of mercenaries to rob high-tech devices worth billions in the black market. While trying to escape the plane with the chip, Dom stops him and Shaw is thrown out of the car and plane falling to the ground. Lin describes him as "an antagonist that's worthy of Dominic Toretto" and "that had the opposite philosophy to Dom. Dom often goes with trusting his gut, whereas Shaw is more about the analytics where there is no room for weakness."[18]

In Furious 7, it is revealed that Shaw survived his injuries from Fast & Furious 6 but is still in a coma. In The Fate of the Furious, Shaw is shown to have fully recovered, and is shown aiding his older brother in saving Dominic's baby son from the terrorist Cipher. Shaw is portrayed by Luke Evans. Originally the role was earmarked for Jason Statham,[19] who would later join the franchise in the sequel as Owen's older brother Deckard Shaw.

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Agent Riley Hicks[edit]

Riley Hicks was a member of Hobbs' team, presumably helping him and Dom's team try to take down Shaw and his team of mercenaries. However unbeknownst to them, she is actually a double agent that secretly helps Shaw and the others escape custody. Near the end of the film, Dominic's team and Hobbs discover Riley's true allegiance to Shaw as his second-in-command and lover. She engages in a second fight with Letty aboard the cargo plane and is eventually killed after Letty shoots her out of the plane using a harpoon gun given to her by Hobbs himself. Riley is portrayed by Gina Carano.

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Vegh[edit]

Vegh is a female assassin in Shaw's team. She is his right-hand woman and one of the two drivers for the flip cars. She and Klaus both play an important role in kidnapping Mia. Vegh is killed by Brian by having her crash her car into an airline bumper. She is portrayed by Clara Paget.

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Klaus[edit]

Klaus is a body builder and the strongman in Shaw's team, but also a hacker with ease. He is the one who kidnapped Mia as leverage so Shaw could be freed. He is knocked out by Dom and Hobbs during a fight aboard the cargo plane and is killed in the plane's fiery crash. Klaus is portrayed by Kim Kold.

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Jah[edit]

Jah is a cold blooded killer in Shaw's team who uses his martial arts and parkour to battle both Han and Roman, beating them up with ease. He is killed along with Denlinger when their vehicle is caught by the cargo plane's crosswind. Jah is portrayed by Joe Taslim.[20]

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Denlinger[edit]

Denlinger is a member of Shaw's crew, acting mainly as driver and he is a jeep support during the tank heist. He is killed along with Jah when their vehicle is caught by the cargo plane's crosswind. Denlinger is portrayed by Samuel M. Stewart.

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Adolfson[edit]

Adolfson is a member of Shaw's team, acting as sniper and infiltrator. He dies after Han throws him into one of the cargo plane's jet engines, after Giselle sacrifices herself to stop him from hurting Han. Adolfson is portrayed by Benjamin Davies.

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Oakes[edit]

Oakes is a former member of Shaw's team, who is captured by Interpol. Hobbs came to confront him in the Interpol interrogation room. Oakes defiantly refuses to cooperate, which results in him getting badly beaten up and left in a trashed out interrogation room by Hobbs. He is killed by Shaw in London for betraying him, giving him a bag with a bomb inside it. Oakes is portrayed by Matthew Stirling.

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Ivory[edit]

Ivory is a member of Shaw's team. During a shootout at one of Shaw's hideouts, Ivory attempts to flee on motorcycle, but is shot dead by Gisele. Ivory is portrayed by David Ajala.

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Firuz[edit]

Firuz is a mechanic in London, who provides Shaw's team with the flips cars and the harpoon guns. He is killed when Ivory and Jah shoot up his garage in an attempt to kill Gisele and Riley. Firuz is portrayed by Thure Lindhardt.

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Furious 7[edit]

Deckard Shaw[edit]

Deckard Shaw is a UKSF assassin and the older brother of Owen Shaw, who was injured and put into a critical condition by Dominic in Fast & Furious 6. Seeking to avenge his comatose brother, he meets him in London, in a secure hospital. Shaw sends a message to Dominic by killing Han during Tokyo Drift in a car chase in Tokyo, Japan and blowing up Dominic's old house in Los Angeles in the seventh film. By the climactic ending, Deckard is captured and put into a CIA Detention Black Site prison, promising to escape and continue his revenge though Hobbs expresses doubts about it. In The Fate of the Furious, Shaw is recruited into the crew by Mr. Nobody as an ally, as part of the quest to figure out why Dominic has betrayed them. Shaw has his own motives to destroy Cipher who has blackmailed Dom and admitted his past conflict with her when the former tried to recruit him in her plans. He is seemingly shot by Dom before Letty grabs the briefcase and tries to escape. As the film goes on, Shaw ultimately redeems himself, and in the climax, along with the recovered Owen, he saves Dominic's baby son from Cipher, although Cipher manages to escape to parts unknown. Shaw is last seen attending the crew's celebratory lunch in the end, where he makes peace with Dominic by presenting to him his son and joins the team. Shaw is portrayed by Jason Statham.[21]

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Mose Jakande[edit]

Mose Jakande was a Somalian terrorist who led a Private Military Base that allies to Shaw. He is powerful and violent with no allegiance to anyone. He wants the hacker known as "Ramsey", who has created a device called God's Eye, which can find anyone on Earth, for use as a personal toy. He teams up with Deckard Shaw in order to take on Dominic and his team after they rescue Ramsey from his henchmen, but soon turns on Shaw when faced with a chance to take out Toretto during a fight between the two men on top of a car park. He is killed in the ending climactic scene after Dom plants Deckard Shaw's bag of grenades on his helicopter, which Hobbs shoots, destroying the helicopter with Jakande still inside. In the Fate of the Furious, it was revealed Jakande was working for Cipher for information on Toretto. Mose Jakande is portrayed by Djimon Hounsou.

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Kiet[edit]

Kiet is Jakande's henchman. A powerful martial artist, he fights Brian when the latter's team tries to hijack the convoy in the mountains, and defeats him, leaving him and the bus to fall over a steep cliff. He later encounters Brian, but is killed when Brian knocks a reeling piece attached to a rope wrapped on his feet, which pulls him down a shaft to his death. Kiet is portrayed by martial artist and stunt coordinator Tony Jaa.

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Kara[edit]

Kara is the leader of an all-female bodyguard team protecting a billionaire Jordanian prince. During a party at Abu Dhabi, she fights Letty one-on-one, but is knocked out long enough for Letty to escape with Roman. Kara is portrayed by UFC Fighter Ronda Rousey.

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The Fate of the Furious[edit]

Cipher[edit]

Cipher is a criminal mastermind and cyberterrorist who blackmails Dom into working against his allies by kidnapping Dom's son and Elena. It is revealed that she was the one who hired Owen Shaw to steal the Nightshade device after his brother Deckard Shaw refused to do the work himself and she also hired Mose Jakande to steal the God's Eye. She plans to hijack a Russian nuclear submarine and then fire one of its missiles into the air, claiming that by doing this, she will let the world's superpowers that she'll hold them "accountable" should any one of them "cross the line." She survives by jumping out of a flying plane before Deckard can kill her, though her plans are foiled by Dom and his crew, and Dom's son is saved by Deckard. It is mentioned at the end by Mr. Nobody that Cipher is still at large and is rumored to be hiding in Athens, though thanks to Dom and his crew, she won't have the power to nuke any cities anytime soon. She is portrayed by Charlize Theron.

Connor Rhodes[edit]

Connor Rhodes is the ruthless henchmen of Cipher and a former teammate of Owen Shaw. He kills Elena under Cipher's orders after Dom disobeyed her during the heist in New York. When he tries to shoot Letty from afar, Dom rebels against Cipher and kills Rhodes by breaking his neck, stating this was for Elena. He is portrayed by Kristofer Hivju.

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Agent Bilkins[edit]

Bilkins is an FBI agent who was seen in The Fast and the Furious and 2 Fast 2 Furious. He is Brian's former boss while he was in the LAPD. Bilkins is shown to have doubts about Brian in The Fast and the Furious. He also complained at Brian's car being destroyed at the hands of Johnny Tran and Lance Nguyen. In 2 Fast 2 Furious, Bilkins showed more sympathy towards Brian than Markham. When he came to Barstow with Brian, Bilkins manages to convince Roman to help Customs catch Verone in exchange of their criminal record being cleaned. He is portrayed by Thom Barry.

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Sergeant Tanner[edit]

Tanner is an LAPD officer in charge of the undercover operation in The Fast and the Furious, which Brian is assigned to solve. He serves as a father figure to Brian during the operation. He also financed $80,000 to buy Brian's car, which was destroyed by Johnny Tran and Lance Nguyen. Tanner is portrayed by Ted Levine.

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2 Fast 2 Furious[edit]

Agent Markham[edit]

Markham is a U.S. Customs agent responsible for taking down drug kingpin Carter Verone in 2 Fast 2 Furious. Markham initially opposes the inclusion of Brian and his partner Roman Pearce in the undercover sting operation. During the film, Markham shows no trust in Brian and Roman to the point of nearly blowing their cover during the first part of their mission. However, the duo gain his trust after stopping Verone from fleeing the country. Markham is portrayed by James Remar.

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Monica Fuentes[edit]

Agent Monica Fuentes is a U.S. Customs (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement or ICE in Fast Five) federal agent. Monica has been working undercover as an assistant for drug kingpin Carter Verone for nearly a year when Brian and Roman are brought in. She falls in love with Brian, but earns Roman's mistrust. Monica later warns Brian that after the mission Verone has assigned them, he intends to kill them. She blows her cover by telling Brian about the airstrip, being the only person Verone notified about it. She is then taken captive aboard his private yacht, but Brian and Roman jump their Camaro onto the boat, saving Monica and capturing Verone. In the mid-credits scene of Fast Five, Hobbs receives a file from Monica regarding a robbery, in which Letty's photograph is attached, revealing that she is still alive, and is involved with the military convoy robbery in Berlin. Monica is portrayed by Eva Mendes.

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Fast & Furious[edit]

Agent Penning[edit]

Penning is a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) for the FBI field office in Los Angeles, California. He is Brian's supervisor and one of the leaders of the team of federal agents looking to take down drug lord Arturo Braga. Penning is portrayed Jack Conley.

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Agent Sophie Trinh[edit]

Sophie Trinh is an FBI agent who assists Brian in tracking down Braga. She also helps him acquire a Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 SpecV from a local impound for his mission. Sophie is portrayed by Liza Lapira.

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Agent Michael Stasiak[edit]

Michael Stasiak is an FBI agent who is at odds with Brian. During an altercation over Brian interrupting Stasiak's interrogation of Mia, Brian shoves Stasiak's face against the wall, breaking his nose. He returns in Fast & Furious 6, where he covertly helps Brian enter a prison to obtain information from convicted drug lord Arturo Braga. As a means to get himself locked in solitary to get closer to Braga, Brian once again breaks Stasiak's nose. Stasiak is portrayed by Shea Whigham.

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Fast Five[edit]

Elena Neves[edit]

Officer Elena Neves was a member of the Rio military police (PMERJ) assigned to Hobbs' DSS team to track down Dom and Brian for killing three DEA agents. She was chosen because of her knowledge of the favelas and the fact that she was the only incorruptible officer. Her police officer husband's death had motivated her to join the force, preventing her from being bribed by Reyes like the rest of the police.

When Dom saved her from a shootout in the favelas orchestrated by Reyes to prevent the theft of his drug money, she starts to believe they are innocent of killing the DEA agents. Elena later assisted Hobbs in aiding Dom and Brian in stealing Hernan Reyes cash supply and started a relationship with Dom after the job is done. Upon discovering that Dom's wife, Letty, was still alive and currently working for Owen Shaw, Elena encouraged Dom to find her by joining Hobbs. She assisted Mia when Shaw's crew attacks them and takes care of Jack during Mia's kidnapping.

After Letty was successfully convinced to rejoin Dom, Elena joined the DSS as Hobbs' new partner to let the couple live together. Elena was present at the DSS HQ to check on Hobbs, and as she headed home, Hobbs gave her a letter of recommendation for her request to join Interpol. When Deckard Shaw breaks into the HQ to hack Hobbs computer to find out who crippled his brother, she assist Hobbs in attempt to bring him. Hobbs is left injured, so Elena informs Dom to visit him as she takes care of Hobbs's daughter, Samantha.

She was later kidnapped by Cipher in order to blackmail Dom into abandoning his family and retrieve nuclear launch codes, after it was revealed that Dom had fathered a child with Elena in Letty's absence. After failing to retrieve the launch codes from Letty after an encounter in New York City, Dom returned to the base of operations to find Elena tied to a chair, with Cipher holding Dom's son. As punishment for Dom being unable to shoot Letty to retrieve the launch codes, Cipher ordered one of her henchmen, Rhodes, to execute Elena by shooting her head and body in cold blood. She is a main character in Fast Five and a supporting character in Fast & Furious 6, Furious 7 and The Fate of the Furious.

Despite the fact she was a Rio police officer, she didn't work for the regular Rio de Janeiro police department because they were owned by the corrupt Hernan Reyes, shown by the fact that she takes out one of the officers in the climax of the movie. Elena is portrayed by Elsa Pataky.

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Agent Wilkes[edit]

Wilkes was a DSS federal agent. He was on Luke Hobbs' team whose job was to capture Dominic Toretto and Brian O'Conner in Fast Five. After apprehending Dom, Brian, Mia and Vince, the convoy is ambushed by Hernan Reyes' henchmen, led by Zizi. One of them fires a rocket at Wilkes' vehicle, killing him and Macroy; every DSS agent is taken out with the exception of Hobbs. Agent Wilkes is portrayed by Fernando Chien.

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Macroy[edit]

Macroy was a DSS federal agent and a part of Luke Hobbs' team tasked with apprehending Dominic Toretto and Brian O'Conner. He was also tasked with reassembling a Ford GT40. He met his end when Zizi along with Reyes' other henchmen killed him in an ambush by blowing up Wilkes' vehicle. The other agents were gunned down as well, Hobbs being the only DSS agent to survive. Agent Macroy is portrayed by Geoff Meed.

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Fusco[edit]

Fusco is a member of Hobbs team and helps disassemble and consequently reassemble the stolen car in the hope of finding what is missing and finding a lead on the whereabouts of Dominic and his team. Fusco is present during the subsequent chase and kills Reyes' hit men alongside his fellow agents. He accompanies Hobbs to the 'meeting' with Toretto and after being threatened by Dom's fellow Brazilian street racers he and the team leave, but not before Tej places a tracking device on the agents' truck. After the tracking signal is reversed Fusco and the rest of Hobbs team turn up at the garage to arrest Dom, Mia, Brian and Vince.

On their way to the airport, however, they were suddenly ambushed by Reyes men, led by Zizi. One of them fires a rocket-propelled projectile at Fusco's vehicle, sending it hurling off the road. As he lies injured, three grenades are suddenly thrown aside him as Hobbs watches on helplessly. He casts a final glare at his boss before they explode, killing him in the blasts. Agent Fusco is portrayed by Alimi Ballard.

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Chato[edit]

Chato was a DSS federal agent. He was a member of Luke Hobbs' team, tasked with capturing Dominic Toretto and his crew. He was killed during an ambush by Zizi and his men when he was rushing to help a wounded Hobbs. Agent Chato is portrayed by Yorgo Constantine.

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Furious 7[edit]

Mr. Nobody[edit]

Mr. Nobody is a government agent and the leader of an unknown covert ops team wanting to capture Mose Jakande, a mercenary coveting the God's Eye, a program capable of tracking a specific individual using anything on a digital network. He approaches and convinces Dom to assist him in collecting the God's Eye and rescuing its creator, Ramsey, in return for using the program to locate Deckard Shaw. He assembles Dom's crew upon the latter's agreement on the deal. While fighting Deckard and Jakande along with his mercenaries, he is shot by Kiet but tells Dom to move on without him and stop Jakande and Deckard while he is evacuated for medical treatment. Mr. Nobody is portrayed by Kurt Russell. Originally referred to as Frank Petty several weeks before the premiere,[23] he was later noted to just be Mr. Nobody when Russell interviewed on Jimmy Kimmel Live. His real name is unknown.[24]

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Agent Sheppard[edit]

Sheppard is Mr. Nobody's assistant and a tactical leader and member of his ops team. He was first seen when they attempt to attack Deckard causing him to flee and believe Dom is actually a criminal causing Dom to put him on chokehold, but Mr. Nobody stops him when they see Dom as an ally, leaving him passed out and later helps plan out Dom and his crew for their rescue of Ramsey and also participates in the infiltration to capture Deckard Shaw. Sheppard is killed by Mose Jakande during a shootout, leaving the God's Eye to be taken by Jakande. Mr. Nobody avenges his death by killing several of Jakande's men, although Hobbs would be the one who truly avenges Sheppard's death by killing Jakande himself in the film's climax. Sheppard is portrayed by John Brotherton.

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The Fate of the Furious[edit]

Eric Reisner[edit]

Eric Reisner is a law enforcement agent working under Mr. Nobody. In the film he is referred to as "Little Nobody". Eric Reisner is portrayed by Scott Eastwood

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