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- "They're ours. Stolen from the armory. A worker couldn't have gotten this many guns without us knowing about it."
- —Gary to Negan and the Savior Lieutenants[src]
Nothing is known about Gary's life prior to or as the outbreak began. He may lived somewhere in or near Washington D.C.
Gary is among the Saviors to raid Alexandria for supplies, weapons, and furniture. As Negan and Rick walk around, Gary approaches Negan with the video camera that Deanna used to interview Rick and the other new arrivals.
Gary is stationed at the front gate with David, Laura, and other Saviors as they wait to inspect the offering from the Alexandrians. He commends Spencer for doing a good job with all of the supplies he found while out scavenging. When Aaron and Rick arrive with a truck full of supplies, David goes through the goods until he finds a note that he thought was meant to disrespect him and the Saviors. As a result, Gary, along with David, proceed to brutally beat Aaron until calling off the attack.
Gary returns to the compound with Negan's new prisoner, Eugene. Later he and the Saviors barge in and start to beat up Dwight for Daryl's escape as Negan watches from the doorway. Gary is later shown outside of the compound when Eugene is brought before Negan and is given an intimidating introduction. When asked for his name, Eugene responds with “Eugene.” Negan then prompts the Saviors for their names and they respond in unison: “Negan." He is later present on the factory floor when Dr. Carson is accused of freeing Daryl and is thrown into the furnace and burnt to death as a result of his actions.
Gary is with Roy and other Saviors helping remove the fallen trees that blocked the road to Alexandria. Upon the Saviors arrival at Alexandria, Gary opens the back to a truck, revealing the bombs that were suppose to detonate on the Saviors at Rick's command, which ultimately failed. Although we do not see him fighting or retreating, it can be inferred that he retreated along with the rest of the remaining Saviors.
Gary is present in the room as the Savior lieutenants discuss how to rescue Negan, how to handle the workers, and the possibility of a spy among their ranks. After Laura bursts into the room, warning everyone that the workers are marching upstairs and that they won't back down, he and the others try to calm the angry workers and even draws his gun on them when Regina shoots one of the workers attempting to shoot Simon. He later takes a knee, hearing Negan whistle his usual tune.
After Gary and the other Saviors surround the Hilltop convoy at night, he gets out of the truck and pulls a gun on Jerry, who had been taken hostage. He is prepared to kill Jerry on Simon's command but is told to stand down as Simon kills a different person, a Hilltop resident named Neil.
This list shows the victims Gary has killed:
- Numerous counts of zombies and unnamed people.
- "Sing Me a Song" (No Lines)
- "Hearts Still Beating"
- "Hostiles and Calamities"
- "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life" (No Lines)