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Robert Cochran is the co-creator of 24 (with Joel Surnow), as well as a former executive producer and writer.

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Robert Cochran and Joel Surnow started working together in 1981 in the show Falcon Crest. Surnow was a writer, while Cochran was a story editor. In 1991, Cochran and Surnow served as writers and producers of The Commish. During the show they worked with Michael Loceff, Brad Turner, and Stephen Kronish; all of which would later collaborate on 24.

In 1997, Cochran and Surnow created La Femme Nikita. The first episode of the show was directed by Jon Cassar, who would go on to direct 14 episodes in total. Brad Turner also worked on the show, along with writer Michael Loceff. Cochran also wrote for JAG, where he met and worked with Evan Katz, who also joined the 24 writing staff.

Cochran worked on a show with David Ehrman called Company Man (with Annie Wersching and directed by Cassar) and another show called The Call (with David Hemington) for FOX. Cochran was an executive producer on both of these shows, but neither was picked up.

Cochran worked on 24 during the first seven seasons, and returned to write for the 2014 24 event series 24: Live Another Day.

24 Celebration- Cochran, Surnow, Gordon, Cassar, Serrano, Itzin and Callery

Bob celebrating the success of Day 4 with Joel Surnow, Jon Cassar, Howard Gordon, Nestor Serrano, Gregory Itzin and Sean Callery.

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