|Role:||1. Dawn Brigade terrorist|
2. Bar patron
3. Nichols' mercenary
4. Slain Secret Service sentry
5. Secret Service agent
6. FBI TAC team agent
7. Cara's accomplice
8. FBI helicopter gunner
9. Novakovich's bodyguard
Randall Archer is a stunt performer who has appeared in multiple roles on 24. In all of his appearances, he has been uncredited.
- In Day 5: 9:00am-10:00am, he played a Dawn Brigade terrorist working for Anton Beresch during the Ontario Airport siege. He shot a hostage who was using a phone, then donned a balaclava and stood guard over the hostages that Beresch threatened in front of the camera. He then captured and secured Jack Bauer. In the following episode, Beresch sent him to get the plans of the terminal. After giving them to Beresch, he stayed guard by the desk until the CTU raid.
- In Day 6: 9:00pm-10:00pm, he played a the friend of a bar patron, who recognized Abu Fayed, causing Fayed to shoot him.
- In Day 7: 2:00pm-3:00pm, he played a mercenary working for Nichols who was killed when Jack and Bill detonated explosives.
- In Day 7: 7:00pm-8:00pm, he played a Secret Service sentry who was killed when Benjamin Juma invaded the White House. Later in the episode, he played another SS agent who engaged the hostiles in one of the corridors.
- In Day 7: 2:00am-3:00am, he played an accomplice of Cara Bowden who knocked out and then killed Patricia Eames. In the next two episodes, he was present at Jibraan Al-Zarian's apartment.
- In Day 7: 7:00am-8:00am, he played an FBI helicopter gunner who landed at Woodside Industrial Complex and engaged Alan Wilson's men.
- In Day 8: 1:00pm-2:00pm, he played a bodyguard of Mikhail Novakovich, who Jack shot, and then stabbed to death.
Randall has appeared in many popular films and TV shows, most notably as Seth Rogen's stunt double in the 2011 film The Green Hornet.
Gallery of roles Edit
Selected filmography Edit
- The Green Hornet (2011)
- The Book of Eli (2010)
- Shooter (2007)
- Elektra (2005)
- Blade II (2002)
Television appearances Edit
- Without a Trace (2008)
- Malcolm in the Middle (2000)
- Angel (1999)