Cherry Jones

Cherry Jones is an award-winning actress that played President Allison Taylor in 24 Redemption, Season 7, and Season 8. She won an Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her work in the seventh season.

Cherry Jones as President Allison Taylor in 24 Season 8

Cherry Jones interviewed by IF Magazine

iF: When in the process was it decided that your President Taylor would be coming back for another season of 24? JONES: Initially, we just thought I was going to be back maybe for a couple of episodes and then it seemed like maybe there would be a few more and then suddenly, it was… View Article

Glenn Morshower visits 24 Season 8 set

Update (April 27): These photos were taken in mid-December during filming for Episode 18 (which Aaron Pierce was not in) which you can tell by the fact that Cherry Jones is on the CTU set (Taylor visited CTU during that episode). This unfortunately means Glenn Morshower was simply visiting his old friends in these particular… View Article

Cherry Jones nominated for 14th Annual Satellite Awards

Cherry Jones role in 24 season 7 was nominated for Best “Supporting Actress in Series, Miniseries/Motion Picture Made for TV” at the 14th Annual Satellite Awards – the very same category that Cherry won an Emmy for earlier this year. Here’s hoping she has a repeat performance. Cherry’s competition is Jane Lynch (Glee), Judy Parfitt… View Article

24 Season 8 Promotional Photos of Characters

Here’s promotional photos from FOX of the 24 Season 8 characters – Jack Bauer, Renee Walker, Chloe O’Brian, President Allison Taylor, Chief of Staff Rob Weiss, President Omar Hassan, and CTU workers Arlo Glass, Dana Walsh, Brian Hastings, and Cole Ortiz.

President Allison Taylor (Cherry Jones) and First Gentleman Henry Taylor (Colm Feore) in 24 Season 7

President Allison Taylor gets divorced

It’s been hinted at before, but now it’s official – President Allison Taylor is divorced from her husband Henry at the start of the eighth season. Which is really quite unfortunate since Colm Feore is such a great actor. Apparently, 24’s First Gentleman couldn’t get past President Allison Taylor’s ratting out their corrupt daughter on… View Article

Cherry Jones TV Guide Interview on Emmy Win

Post Emmy win for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama, Cherry Jones of 24 stopped by to chat with Madison Michele backstage in the TV Guide one-on-one room. Cherry talks about coming to Hollywood as a Broadway actress of a certain age, and, lets us know how she truly intends to pass her statuette around… View Article

Cherry Jones Emmy Press Conference

Press conference with actress Cherry Jones at the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Ms. Jones won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series for her portrayal of President Allison Taylor on Fox’s ’24’. “Being locked in a safe room with Jack Bauer was a real high point” – hah! YouTube Link: Cherry… View Article

24 at Emmys 2009: Photo wrap-up

Although Kiefer Sutherland (nominated for 24: Redemption) unfortunately lost out to Brian Gleeson (Into The Storm) in the “Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie” category, he still had a presence at the Emmys. Kiefer took the stage alongside Fringe‘s Anna Torv to present the award for made for Television movie. And of… View Article

Cherry Jones: “My part is much lighter this year”

The Paris Post-Intelligencer interviewed Cherry Jones, who is up for an Emmy nomination tomorrow for her role as President Allison Taylor on 24. She mentioned that her part isn’t quite as prominent as it was last season. Jones spoke earlier this week while leaving the set of “24.” She said she had just finished filming… View Article

Cherry Jones interviewed on her first Emmy nomination

Actress Cherry Jones has been interviewed by New York Times regarding her very first Emmy nomination – “Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series” for her portrayal of President Allison Taylor in the seventh season of 24. You’ve said you never watched “24” before you joined the series. Do you consider yourself a fan of… View Article