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Warren Kole (born September 23, 1977; age 39) played Secret Service agent Brian Gedge during Season 7 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Warren Kole was born in San Antonio, Texas, but spent most of his youth in Washington, DC. He studied acting at Boston University in Massachusetts where he began his career performing in local theater productions. After four years in college, he left before graduating and began pursuing acting professionally.

In 2004, Kole appeared on Third Watch, which also featured Kim Raver. After that, he has appeared in shows like Law & Order: Trial by Jury (with Kirk Acevedo), Into the West (with John Terry), and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. After his recurring appearance in 24, Kole also had recurring roles in Mental and The Chicago Code (with Tamlyn Tomita). In 2012, Kole became one of the leads in USA's Common Law. The next year, he had a recurring guest role on The Following.

Aside of TV, Kole has appeared on films like Game of Assassins (with Jude Ciccolella), The Avengers (with Powers Boothe), Company K, and A Love Song for Bobby Long (with Clayne Crawford).

Role on 24 Edit

Kole played the role of Brian Gedge during Season 7 of 24. Gedge was a member of the United States Secret Service assigned to First Gentleman Henry Taylor. Kole appeared in a 6 episodes credited as a guest star. His seventh appearance was as a corpse and he wasn't credited for it.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • The Avengers (2012)
  • The Gauntlet (2008)
  • Cougar Club (2007)
  • One Last Thing... (2005)
  • A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004)
  • Company K (2004)

Television appearances

  • Shades of Blue (2016)
  • Stalker (2014-2015)
  • White Collar (2013)
  • Person of Interest (2013)
  • The Following (2013)
  • Common Law (2012)
  • The Chicago Code (2011)
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (2009)
  • Mental (2009)
  • 24 (2009)
  • CSI: Miami (2008)
  • Medium (2007)
  • Masters of Horror (2006)
  • Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005)
  • Third Watch (2004)

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