George Sheffield is a supporting antagonist in the video game Scarface: The World is Yours.
He was portrayed by the late Michael Alldredge in the movie. In the video game Scarface: The World is Yours, he was voiced by James Woods, who also portrayed Hades in Hercules, Ned Trent in The Specialist, Maximilian "Max" Bercovicz in Once Upon a Time in America, Martin Walker in White House Down, Lester Diamond in Casino, Falcon in Stuart Little 2, Captain Ahab in The Adventures of Moby Dick, Gloomius Maximus in Rolie Polie Olie: The Great Defender of Fun, Dr. Phillium Benedict in Recess: School's Out, Owlman in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Tom Hedden in Straw Dogs, and himself on Family Guy.
George Sheffield only has a small role in the film. In a deleted scene where it's shown how Sheffield became Tony's lawyer, Tony goes to George's office where George tells him that not only is he the best lawyer in all of Florida, but also the most expensive.
Tony quotes JP Morgan by saying "if you gotta ask the price, you're out of your league". George asks Tony what he's been doing in the US so far and Tony says he's looking to expand his operations with George's help, such as giving him legal advice when he needs it. George tells Tony that he wants $100K up front, to which Tony agrees, gives George his first payment, and then leaves.
Three months after Tony's mansion was raided by Alejandro Sosa's men, Tony goes to the Babylon club to meet with Sheffield and ask him to become his lawyer again, Sheffield agrees only to a higher cost. Tony has no choice but to agree.
Later, one of Sheffield's henchmen, Pablo, calls Tony and says that he has news of his ex-wife, Elvira, Tony then quickly goes to meet with them though they try to kill him, though he kills them. Tony then adds Sheffield to his hit-list. Sheffield then arrives at Sosa's mansion to meet with Gaspar Gomez and Sosa, who he betrayed Tony to, though after Tony arrives and starts shooting, he flees.
Once Tony corners Sheffield, Sheffield pleas for his life and accuses Tony of being on drugs which explains why he's being so crazy though only gets Tony even madder. Tony then kills Sheffield by either shooting him in the head or just beating him to death.
- It's unknown why George looks so drastically different in the video game compared to the movie, although it could be because the developers of the game didn't have the rights to his likeness since Michael Alldredge had passed away in 1997 and the game was released in 2006.
- George Sheffield - Scarface Wiki
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