Renowned ESPN host Stephen A. Smith has expressed his interest in being part of the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA 6) game after a fan campaigned for Rockstar Games to grant him his own radio station in the highly anticipated title.
The Grand Theft Auto series has a history of involving mainstream celebrities and incorporating references to the real world, with stars like Samuel L. Jackson, Ray Liotta, Ricky Gervais, Jason Sudeikis, and Burt Reynolds lending their voices to characters in previous GTA titles.
With the announcement of GTA 6 by Rockstar, fans immediately began speculating about potential celebrity appearances in the new installment. Suggestions ranged from Joe Rogan, known for his Joe Rogan Experience podcast, to various other public figures.
While Rockstar has remained tight-lipped about the celebrity lineup for GTA 6, numerous notable personalities have expressed their eagerness to try their hand at voice acting in the game. Among them is Stephen A. Smith, a prominent figure in the sports broadcasting world.
The excitement surrounding the inclusion of celebrities in the Grand Theft Auto series adds an extra layer of anticipation for fans eagerly awaiting the release of GTA 6. As the speculation continues, it remains to be seen which familiar voices will make their mark in the virtual world crafted by Rockstar Games.