PropertyValue
rdf:type
rdfs:label
  • Vladimir Lem
rdfs:comment
  • Vladimir "Vlad" Lem is a supporting character in the 2001 video game Max Payne, as well as the main antagonist of the 2003 sequel Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. He is a Russian mobster, arms-dealer, and the leader of the Russian Mob in New York City. He is engaged in a violent war with the Punchinello crime family. Fighting the mobsters, Vlad makes an alliance with Max Payne but, a few years later, he gets power hungry and ultimately becomes Max's enemy.
dcterms:subject
type of villain
  • Crime Lord
Goals
  • Hunt down and kill Max Payne.
Origin
  • Max Payne
Skills
  • Shooting
Weapon
Affiliation
  • Inner Circle
  • Max Payne
  • Russian Mob
  • Squeaky Cleaning Company
Name
  • Vladimir Lem
Caption
  • Vlad, circa 2003
Relationships
  • Valerie Winterson
dbkwik:villains/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:maxpayne/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Alias
  • Vlad
Hobby
  • None
Voice Actor
  • Dominic Hawksley
  • Jonathan Davis
Performer
  • Marko Saaresto
  • Peter Giles
Occupation
  • Mob boss, firearms dealer, businessman
  • Murderer, head of the Russian Mob, crime boss, drug lord
Fullname
  • Vladimir "Vlad" Lem
Death
  • 2003
Location
Size
  • 300
de ath
  • Killed by Max Payne
abstract
  • Vladimir "Vlad" Lem is a supporting character in the 2001 video game Max Payne, as well as the main antagonist of the 2003 sequel Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. He is a Russian mobster, arms-dealer, and the leader of the Russian Mob in New York City. He is engaged in a violent war with the Punchinello crime family. Fighting the mobsters, Vlad makes an alliance with Max Payne but, a few years later, he gets power hungry and ultimately becomes Max's enemy.
is Affiliation of
is Relationships of
is Occupants of
is wikipage disambiguates of