Viktor Baskov
Viktor shoots Mike
Character Profile
Portrayed By
Enver Gjokaj
Season Seven
First Appearance
Are You...?
Last Appearance
Are You...?
Appears in
One Episode
Full Name
Viktor Baskov
None known
Manner of Death
Head bashed in by Dexter Morgan.
29 (at death)
25 January 1982
Personal Status
Marital Status
(Same-sex relationship with Isaak Sirko)

Koshka Brotherhood
Killer Profile
"No Known Moniker"
Number of Victims
At least two
Modus Operandi
Blunt object
Killing Method
Bludgeoned four times (Kaja Soroka)
Shot twice in the chest (Mike Anderson)
Method of Disposal
Baskov's motive for murdering the stripper is unknown, but when a cop came by trying to help change a tire and saw her body, Viktor killed him so that he couldn't talk

Viktor Baskov is a Character in Season Seven of Showtime's series DEXTER.

He is an important member of the Koshka Brotherhood, and is known as the man who killed Detective Mike Anderson.


Viktor is a tall young man, with short brown combed hair. Like Isaak Sirko, he wears nice suits and has a gun in his back pocket.


Viktor was a reckless man, as he was more than willing to kill a cop in cold blood to ensure that he didn't get caught. His subordinate, George Novikov, didn't like Viktor and said that he was impatient and impulsive. George really didn't care that Viktor was killed, and was more upset that Viktor had shot a cop. Their boss, Isaak Sirko, faced off with George, and insisted that Viktor was a good man, loyal, and committed to his job. This was proven true as Viktor didn't tell Dexter anything before he was killed. 

Like Isaak, Viktor was secretly gay and, in "Argentina", it is revealed that they were in an intimate relationship. Isaak cared deeply about Viktor and felt that he was the only person with whom he could be his true self. With Viktor dead, Isaak had nothing left but deep feelings of grief, anger, and a need for revenge.


Viktor became a member of the Koshka Brotherhood for unknown reasons. He had multiple arrests for weapons charges and various immigration violations.


Viktor picks up a stripper named Kaja Soroka at The Fox Hole, one of the clubs owned by Isaak Sirko and bludgeons her to death. He stuffs her body inside the trunk of his car and drives off to dispose of her, but his car breaks down. It is at this point that Detective Mike Anderson stops to help him change a tire. Viktor tries to deter him, but Mike opens the trunk and finds Kaja's body. Immediately, Viktor shoots Mike to keep himself from being arrested. Viktor takes off in Mike's car, leaving his car, and Kaja and Mike's bodies behind.

Dexter finds Viktor's fingerprint in his car and learns his identity through Interpol. He breaks into Viktor's apartment and finds blood and gunshot powder on a shirt. Viktor's computer shows that he that booked a flight out of the country, and Dexter is determined to kill him before he can leave.

Viktor arrives at Miami International Airport, and prepares to board the plane, but he decides to use the restroom first. Meanwhile, Dexter Morgan is on his trail and surprises Viktor in the bathroom, sedating him with M99.

Viktor wakes up in the airport's storage unit, strapped to a table with belts. He tries to pay Dexter off, assuming that he is a hitman for a rival organization. This doesn't work, as Dexter states that there is nothing that could save Viktor's life. At this point, Viktor urges Dexter to finish him off and Dexter obligingly bludgeons him to death with a fire extinguisher. He ends up being dumped from Dexter's boat.


As part of the Koshka Brotherhood, Viktor has committed various crimes. His violations records state the following:

  • Illegal Transport - R7, committed on 10-15-2002
  • Violation of Visa, committed on 04-21-2004
  • Weapons Charge - M3992, committed on 08-30-2007
  • Failure to Register, committed on ?-16-2007


Related Pages



  • Viktor Baskov ID
    According to Viktor's ID, his date of birth is 1/25/1982, he is an Ukranian, Passport #: 0007581923 and IFNS # is 12-5890902.

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