Cliff Harrison is a character in L.A. Noire. He is a person of interest in the Traffic case A Slip of the Tongue.



Harrison bought a Frazer Manhattan from Richard Coombs at Coombs Automotive. However, he was unaware that the seller of the car, Jean Archer, and the Frazer Manhattan, were part of a stolen car ring. Archer's job was to drive the car out of state, in order to sell it in another city. However, she knew that she could make more money by re-selling it. While suspicious of the legality of the car, Coombs purchased it anyway. Coombs then sold the car to Harrison.

Events of L.A. Noire

The LAPD reported the car stolen. Detectives Cole Phelps and Stefan Bekowsky located the car and stopped Harrison, the driver. Harrison produced legitmate paperwork from Coombs Automotive. He ran from the detectives because he had a reefer of marijuana in the car. However, Phelps told Harrison that he would overlook the marijuana. He was arrested on suspicion of Grand Theft Auto as a precaution. After solving the case, and realizing that Harrison had no involvement other than buying the car, he was released.

Harrison also appears in the street crime "Death Plunge" where he attempts to commit suicide by jumping off of a building. However, he is stopped by Phelps before he can jump.

Case Appearances


Street Crime


  • Harrison resides at 6 West Second Street.
  • He goes to USC.
  • Harrison studies law.
  • During his arrest, Harrison says "Do you know who my father is?" implying that he is some figure of power.