A bunch of former 24 castmates and colleagues came out to support Howard Gordon yesterday at the book signing for his debut novel Gideon’s War (in stores now, read our review). Actors Dennis Haysbert (David Palmer), Carlos Bernard (Tony Almeida), Gregory Itzin (Charles Logan), Peter Weller (Christopher Henderson), Chris Diamantopoulos (Rob Weiss) and former 24… View Article
Howard Gordon is interviewed by Jamie Samuelsen of Mornings on 94.7 WCSX about his novel Gideon’s War. He also speaks about 24 and says the network petitioned them to change the heavily serialized real-time format during the first year of the show. He talks about the low point being 24 Season 6 and says his… View Article
Here’s a lengthy (24 minute) live radio interview I recorded where TV Confidential interviews Howard Gordon, showrunner of 24 and the author of Gideon’s War. Comparisons of the Gideon Davis and Jack Bauer characters come up, Howard shares his writing past, reveals what other writers and stories he was inspired by, they talk about Gregory… View Article
Time for another roundup of 24 cast member guest appearances. Although there’s no 24 Season 9 this January, we can still see many familiar faces on other shows this month. Get ready to mark your calendars and set your DVR’s!
Here are all six of the deleted scenes found on the 24 Season 8 DVD. There aren’t any audio commentaries for the deleted scenes this time around, so there’s no way to know why these scenes were deleted. Typically they are cut for time reasons.
Los Angeles Times made a list of “television’s top supporting players of 2010” and Gregory Itzin’s character Charles Logan was among the ten chosen. 7. Gregory Itzin (President Logan on ’24’) When he showed up in “24’s” last season, he reminded us why we loved this show so much. Probably our favorite Jack Bauer antagonist… View Article
Carlos Bernard He played: Tony Almeida, Days 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7. What he’s doing now: “I’m producing and starring in a pilot with Deran Sarafian (‘House.’) It’s called ‘The Blue Wall’ and is the true story of an ex-police officer who was chosen by New York mayor David Dinkins to go after… View Article
More at the Official “24” Facebook page.
Here’s a video from FOX of the 24 Marathon challenge. Lots of 24 cast members showed up to support the fans including Carlos Bernard, Gregory Itzin, Necar Zadegan, Jon Cassar, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Michael Rodrick. YouTube Link: 24 Marathon Challenge – Day 1 (tcfoxconnect)
Extra has created a list of Best Fictional TV Presidents and “24” has a strong presence, nabbing four of the ten spots. President David Palmer Show: “24” Who: Dennis Haysbert Best quote: “Listen to me. All of you. I know you’re not in the same room with me but you can see and hear me… View Article
24 has received five Emmy nominations for its final season, bringing it’s total nominations to 68 across the entire series run. Unfortunately no nominations were given to Kiefer Sutherland or Annie Wersching (both gave incredible performances), nor was 24 nominated for best drama. Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series 24 • 1:00 PM –… View Article
The first couple of minutes are about his new Broadway show “Enron” but the 24 stuff starts at the 3:40 mark. No real spoilers or anything, but it’s always interesting to watch Itzin.
The 16th Scenemakers of 24 Season 8 with actors Gregory Itzin (Charles Logan) and Cherry Jones (Allison Taylor). “Actors Cherry Jones and Gregory Itzin take us behind the scenes of Charles Logan’s return.”
Excellent interview with Gregory Itzin (Charles Logan) from the 24 UK Podcast – great work guys. I’m so excited for Itzin’s return in episode 17, he’s simply a fantastic actor. I remember doing a poll last summer after Comic-Con asking what character should return and the overwhelming response was in favor of Charles Logan. I’d… View Article
But no one on “24” can overshadow Charles Logan, the former chief executive who commanded the fifth season as scoundrel, boob and treasonous schemer. Deliciously played by Gregory Itzin, President Logan stayed busy at his waffling, cover-ups, secret deals with terrorists, even an implicit role in Palmer’s assassination — all of it done (as Logan… View Article