Dutch (real name unknown) is a character from the Transformers: Dark of the Moon movie is the personal assistant of the former Sector Seven agent Seymour Simmons. His skills and physical prowess hint at an unusual and mysterious past.
After becoming rich by selling his book, former Sector Seven agent Seymour Simmons, now a busy man, hired Dutch, a hacker and a former agent, as his personal assistant.
Sam, who tried to solve the mystery left to him by Jerry Wang, called Simmons for help. Along with Simmons, Dutch went to Sam's home to investigate the papers that Wang gave to Sam ｗith Brains acting as the computer. Later, they tracked down two retired cosmonauts that had defected from the Soviet Union and went to the bar where the two Russians were. During the conversation, Simmons, Dutch, and Sam were threatened as the patrons in the bar pointed multiple guns at them. Dutch quickly snatched two guns and turned the tide, before he "cracked". After the quarrel, the Russian cosmonauts showed them photos of Moon taken by the Soviet Union, which gave evidence of Decepticon activity around the Ark.
Simmons, Dutch, Sam, and Bumblebee rushed to the NEST base in an attempt to warn the Autobots that Sentinel Prime was the target for the Decepticons. They spotted Sentinel on the highway — only to meet the Dreads. Dutch and Simmons were both injured during the battle, with Dutch panicking that he'll end up fired due to Simmons being thrown out of the car by one of the Dreads.
After the NEST soldiers and Sam infiltrated Chicago, Simmons and Dutch support them via communicator with Dutch acting as the expert hacker that he is.
- Dutch and his fake girlfriend's name, "India", are a reference to Dutch India.
- He is of German origin, as implied with his phrase "Danke Schon!" (German for "thank you!") after reactivating the bridge.