|Birthplace:||Nassau County, New York|
Jude Ciccolella played the recurring character Mike Novick for four seasons on 24.
Richard Jude Ciccolella is a well-recognized American character actor who received a B.A. from Brown University in 1969, and then attended and received from Temple University a Master of Fine Arts degree in theatre. At Brown, he acted in student productions. He also practiced imitations and singing in the bowels of the Sharpe refectory while washing dishes.
His film roles include parts in Shakedown (with Peter Weller), The Shawshank Redemption (with Mark Rolston, Bob Gunton, Paul McCrane and Gil Bellows), The Keeper (with Isaach De Bankole), Harrison: Cry of the City (with Jeffrey Nordling), Boys on the Side, Night Falls on Manhattan (with Colm Feore), Mercury Rising (with Robert Maffia), Beloved (with Albert Hall), Flawless (with Karina Arroyave, Rory Cochrane, and Vincent Laresca), High Crimes (with John Billingsley), Star Trek: Nemesis (with Alan Dale), Down With Love, The Terminal (with Cas Anvar), the 2004 Director's Cut DVD of Daredevil (with Leland Orser), the 2004 remake of The Manchurian Candidate, Sin City (with Powers Boothe, Michael Madsen and Tommy Flanagan), Last Call, Stolen (with Enuka Okuma, Ryan Cutrona and Michael Cudlitz) and World Trade Center (with Roger Cross). He also appeared on 1992 James Foley and David Mamet film Glengarry Glen Ross as the Detective. He appeared in the scene where Al Pacino was having an argument with Kevin Spacey about the "six-thousand dollars" owed to him.
He has had guest starring roles in Law & Order (with Keith Szarabajka), It's True (with Richard Burgi), The Others (with John Billingsley), Falcone (with Joaquim de Almeida), NYPD Blue (with John Billingsley again and Daniel Dae Kim), ER (with Paul McCrane), The Agency (with Will Patton and Jenny Gago), The Guardian (with Gina Torres, Keram Malicki-Sanchez, Robin Thomas, and Taylor Nichols), CSI: NY (with Vanessa Ferlito), Prison Break (with Keith Szarabajka again, Michael O'Neill, and Randy Flagler) and NCIS (with Pauley Perrette). He has also guest starred as Principal Raymond in Everybody Hates Chris. Most recently, he reunited with Kiefer Sutherland and director Ian Toynton on the second episode of Touch.
He is also a singer and songwriter and has published four CDs.
His last name is pronounced "Chick-o-lell-a."