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You can have OCP. It's all yours. Sayonara.
~ The CEO

The "CEO" is a wealthy businessman who was the successor to the former Chief Executive Officer of Omni Consumer Products, better known as the "Old Man" and a minor character and anti-hero in the critically despised sequel RoboCop 3.

He was portrayed by the late Rip Torn.

Biography

The CEO presumably came into this position when OCP was acquired by the Kanemitsu Corporation, he was later fired by the corporation's namesake owner Kanemitsu himself after the death of Paul McDaggett.

Personality

While he seemed a competent businessman, he was a blowhard at best. However, he did seem to have the sense to know when he was beat.

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RoboCop (1987)
OCP
Old Man | Richard Jones | Lieutenant Hedgecock | ED-209

Boddicker's Gang
Clarence Boddicker | Emil Antonowsky

RoboCop 2
OCP
Old Man | Juliette Faxx

Nuke Cult
Cain/RoboCop 2 | Angie | Hob

RoboCop 3
OCP
Second CEO

Urban Rehabilitators
Paul McDaggett | Ōtomo

RoboCop (2014)
OmniCorp
Raymond Sellars | Rick Mattox | Tom Pope | Liz Kline

Others
Antoine Vallon

RoboCop: The Animated Series
The Scrambler | Bone Machine

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