The Unlucky Bastard was a minor character in The Lost World: Jurassic Park. He was a resident of San Diego and when the male T. rex attacked the city, he ran for his life like the rest of the residents of the city. He tried to escape into a video store, but the T. rex saw him and just as he opened the door to the store, the T. rex grabbed him in his mouth, dropped him to the ground and devoured him.
He was played by the film's screenwriter, David Koepp.
The Unlucky Bastard was a resident of San Diego, who was one of the victims of the San Diego Incident, during which an InGen T. rex went on a rampage in the city after escaping containment. While fleeing from the enraged animal, the T. rex spotted this unlucky citizen as he struggled to escape into a video store. Unfortunately, the Unlucky Bastard was unable to outrun the Tyrannosaurus and the T. rex grabbed him and crushed him to death with its powerful jaws. After he dies, the T. rex dropped him on the ground, pinned him down with its foot, and devoured him.
- In the Lego Jurassic World Game, he was known as the "Unlucky Bystander" due to the game's censorship.