Vincent Miller, 49, divorcee, wannabe big shot producer stuck out here in Chernarus still belligerently shooting for fame and just like his gun-play, missing horrendously.
Vincent started up Wilderness TV with business partner Stu Rogers back in the early 90s with the aim to get there before Bear Grylls, Ray Mears and all the UK survival experts as the premiere place for survival entertainment. In 2011 with the business on its knees, Stu had the great idea of taking the show to the Chernarus. With cheap studio locations, cheaper housing, even cheaper labour and almost no tax, this was the answer to their prayers. Vincent being the grafter of the two took it on his back to head out there and make this work to save his livelihood. After all, his kids barely saw his face anyway and after his wife left him in 2010, he wanted to shake things up.
Fast forward to the present day and Vincent is still here, trying to prosper in what he calls the "New World", likely driven slightly mad, a little disillusioned but still determined to make Wilderness TV work. His goal now, apart from surviving of course is to get onside the most charismatic of characters to send back tapes to Stu to air in the UK where Stu had remained. Little does Vincent know that those tapes, the few that survive the journey are amassing at the unopened door of Stu's penthouse London apartment whose fate remains unknown.