"The shallow end of the pool is where the turds float."-V.M. Varga to Sy Feltz
V.M. Varga is a main character and the main antagonist in Fargo Season 3. He is a "mysterious loner and true capitalist who delivers Emmit, the Parking Lot King of Minnesota, the bad news that he has just become partners with his employers, whose business interests lay outside the law."
Varga is a very tall man standing at 6'2. He has blue eyes and light brown unkempt hair. His most distinguished feature are his very bad and poorly maintained teeth, which have severe plaque buildup and are highly deteriorated most likely due to bulimia. He has an English accent and almost exclusively wears a brown $200 suit with a blue and yellow second hand tie and a long trench coat.
Varga is a cunning and manipulative criminal mastermind, able to convince people of facts whether true or not. He does not kill people directly, instead sending his henchmen to deal with any possible "inconveniences".
Varga is a man of supposed English origin. Born to a housemaid, he spent his childhood in poverty. He set up the criminal organization Narwhal and recruited Meemo, Golem, and Yuri Gurka at a later point in time.
- Irv Blumkin - Thrown off a parking garage by Yuri Gurka and Meemo on Varga's orders. (The Principle of Restricted Choice)
- Marvin Stussy - Stabbed by Meemo on Varga's orders. (Aporia)
- George Stussy - Asphyxiated by Meemo on Varga's orders. (Aporia)
- 301 - The Law of Vacant Places
- 302 - The Principle of Restricted Choice
- 304 - The Narrow Escape Problem
- 305 - The House of Special Purpose
- 306 - The Lord of No Mercy
- 307 - The Law of Inevitability
- 308 - Who Rules the Land of Denial?
- 309 - Aporia
- 310 - Somebody to Love
|Season 3 characters|
|Main||Emmit Stussy • Ray Stussy • Gloria Burgle • Nikki Swango • V.M. Varga • Yuri Gurka|
|Recurring||Donny Mashman • Ennis Stussy • Golem • Horst Lagerfeld • Jakob Ungerleider • |
Larue Dollard • Maurice LeFay • Meemo • Moe Dammick • Paul Murrane • Ruby Goldfarb •
Stella Stussy • Sy Feltz • Wes Wrench • Winnie Lopez