|Birthdate:||September 4, 1978|
|Role:||1. Vasili (stunt double)|
2. Gredenko's henchman
Biography and career Edit
Roman Mitichyan was born in Vanadzor, Armenia. He started training in freestyle wrestling when he was 8 years old. Mitichyan eventually moved on to Sambo-Judo and became a champion in Armenia.
In 1997, Mitichyan and his family moved to the United States and he started training at the Hayastan Judo Club with Gene LeBell and Gokor Chivichyan. He is a world bronze medalist in Sambo, and an active MMA fighter. In 2006, Mitichyan won first place in the USJI National Championship.
Mitichyan is also an experienced boxer and stunt performer, and has appeared in TV shows like Threat Matrix (with Mark Ivanir and Anthony Azizi), Without a Trace (with John Allen Nelson), The Shield (with Benito Martinez and Ludwig Manukian), NCIS (with Pauley Perrette and Mark Rolston), Revolution (with Billy Burke and Steven Culp), and Hawaii Five-0 (with Daniel Dae Kim).
Aside of TV shows, Mitichyan has also worked on films like Furious 7 (with Noel Gugliemi), John Wick, Argo (with Tate Donovan, Rory Cochrane, and Željko Ivanek), Warrior (with Maximiliano Hernandez), and Takers (with Gideon Emery).
Role on 24 Edit
Mitichyan is one of many actors that has had multiple roles on 24:
- In "Day 6: 6:00pm-7:00pm, he doubled for Boris Krutonog in the role of Vasili, for the fight with Jack Bauer.
- In "Day 6: 8:00pm-9:00pm", he played one of the men working for Dmitri Gredenko at the meeting with Brady Hauser. He was shot and killed by the Bravo team sniper.
His last appearance as Mikhail lasted two episodes. In total, Mitichyan has worked in four episodes of 24. All of his appearances have been uncredited.
Gallery of roles Edit
24 credits Edit
- "Day 6: 6:00pm-7:00pm" (stunt double)
- Gredenko henchman