George Le Roux lived in a small town called in Rustenburg, South Africa, which was at the foot of the Magaliesberg mountain range. There he lived with his Mother, Father and Brother. The family came from a farming background and looked to farming as a means of both income and survival. With very little money and a run down shack outside of the main town, Farming and hiking took up the majority of Georges time. He learnt to farm crops such as Wheat, Peppers, Tomatoes and many other exotic things. The days were long and strenuous and throughout hours of labor and working on the farm seeing the sun go down meant a time to relax and reflect. George often looked to his father for guidance in life and he played a huge role in the upbringing of George. Most days would consist of farming in the morning and hiking/hunting in the afternoon in the Magaliesberg mountains, The Pack included George his father and his brother they would search tirelessly for something that would provide a meal for their them and their mother at home.
Being from a poor family George enjoyed much of his life before the outbreak, but looked to start a new life wherever that may be. He was always adventurous and throughout his teens got into a lot of trouble with the law, he was often seen coming back home late at night due to many bar fights and being around the wrong people of which influenced his decisions for the worse. Buying the first ticket away from South Africa, due to constant fighting and arguments with his family over food and surviving in life. he chose Russia as a place to start a new life.