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Lazlow Jones (Jeffrey Crawford Jones) was born on 4 September, 1973 in United States, is an American writer and voice actor. Discover Lazlow Jones’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 49 years old?

Popular As Jeffrey Crawford Jones
Occupation Radio personality, video game producer, writer, talk show host
Age 49 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 4 September 1973
Birthday 4 September
Birthplace United States
Nationality United States

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On 15 September 2013, Lazlow presented a special radio show alongside Pete Donaldson on Absolute Radio in the United Kingdom to celebrate the launch of Grand Theft Auto V. He confirmed that he had been working on the game for the last five years. He appears in the game as a co-host of the talk radio show called Chattersphere and as the host of the TV talent competition Fame or Shame. He makes his first on-screen appearance in the series in the mission “Fame or Shame” in which he is chased and threatened by protagonists Michael De Santa and Trevor Philips. He also appears in person in other missions, including one in which Michael physically assaults him. In 2018, he makes a brief appearance in some missions of the After Hours update in Grand Theft Auto Online. Afterwards, he is seen having fun or despair in your nightclub (which was included with the update) depending on the club’s popularity.


Lazlow is the host of radio station Integrity 2.0 in Grand Theft Auto IV (2008) and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (2009). Integrity’s sole program consists of his on-site reporting from around Liberty City. The content of this show is more profane than previous installments, with the character’s justification being that he’s “fed up with the system.” He provides the ZiT! service, where listeners can request the artist and title of the song currently playing on the radio. He is also credited among others for creating the conversations of pedestrians in Liberty City. He has an in-game criminal record, as can be seen in the Liberty City Police Department database.


Lazlow “returned” in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (2006), which is set in 1984, as an intern at V-Rock working for his real life friend, Couzin Ed. In their real-life radio careers, Lazlow was the sidekick of Couzin Ed, who he would almost always tease on the radio.


Lazlow hosts The Lazlow Show, which aired on the former WXRK (K-Rock) on Sundays and is now heard on Sirius Satellite Radio Channel 197 and XM 103 (the two channels are mirror broadcasts). The 23rd and final WXRK (K-Rock) show was broadcast on December 18, 2005. After the show stopped broadcasting on K-Rock, it moved to a non-regular schedule on XM 202, beginning on April 8, 2006 as part of the “Saturday Night Virus”; . However, all episodes and extras are available for purchase via merchandise on his website. Each show is approximately three hours long and airs live on Saturday nights, with a period between two weeks and four months between shows. Episode schedules are made available on the website. His co-hosts from his former show return when it had first aired on WXRK 92.3 FM: K-ROCK in New York. They include his friends Reed Tucker (jokingly mocked as the “useless producer”) and “Big” Wayne (Lazlow’s sidekick). As of January 2, 2010, The Lazlow Show no longer airs on satellite radio. He and his staff were reportedly dissatisfied by Sirius’ treatment of the show after Sirius took over XM. Since then, the program has later been streamed live on the internet on an irregular schedule. On November 3, 2014, long-time co-host “Big” Wayne died of a heart attack in New York City, leaving the future of the show on hiatus. On June 22, Lazlow brought back Reed Tucker, along with several of Wayne’s childhood friends, for a special show in memory of “Big” Wayne.

Lazlow “returned” as the host of Chatterbox radio show in Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories (2005), although in a minor role in the game’s chronology (which takes place in 1998) that has Chatterbox as a show on a channel, not an entire channel of its own. During his show on the Public Access station, he hints that he will be getting his own channel during a call that frustrates him, when he says that “My buddy Donald [Love] and I have big plans for this station. C-box 24/7!”


Lazlow produced, scripted and hosted the popular Chatterbox FM radio station. He co-wrote the radio stations with Dan Houser and Sam Houser of Rockstar Games. Lazlow took a larger role in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002). Rockstar Games hired his production company, to co-write and produce all the radio stations in Vice City and the pedestrian dialogue. In this game, which takes place in 1986, he is the host of the Vice City radio station V-Rock. In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004), Lazlow co-wrote and produced the in-game media and hosted Entertaining America on WCTR after the original host Billy Dexter was killed by fictional character Jack Howitzer on air.


Jeffrey Crawford “Lazlow” Jones (born September 4, 1973) is an American writer, producer, talk show host and voice actor based in New York City. He was the host of Technofile, a radio show syndicated on more than 100 radio stations across the U.S. and Sirius XM Satellite Radio. The Technofile ran from February 1995 to July 2007.