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This article's subject relates to Season 4 of 24.This is a production article written from an out-of-universe perspective

Albie Selznick (born January 1, 1959; age 61) played John Reiss during Season 4 of 24.

Biography and career[edit | edit source]

Albie Selznick was born in California.

Selznick began his professional acting career in 1984 when he appeared in an episode of Faerie Tale Theatre (with Peter MacNicol). After that, he has appeared in shows like CSI: Miami (with Rory Cochrane), NYPD Blue (with Esai Morales, Ricky Schroder, and Michael Reilly Burke), Desperate Housewives (with Ricardo Chavira and Doug Savant), E-Ring (with Benjamin Bratt and Dennis Hopper), NCIS (with Pauley Perrette, Geoff Pierson, and V.J. Foster), Castle (with Stana Katic), and Southland (with Michael Cudlitz, Jenny Gago, C. Thomas Howell, and Regina King).

Aside of his TV work, Selznick has also appeared in films like Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, Ricochet (with John Cothran Jr), Best of the Best II (with Simon Rhee), Beverly Hills Cop III (with Louis Lombardi), What's Cooking? (with Francois Chau), 10 Tricks (with Raymond Cruz and Brittany Ishibashi), and Player 5150 (with Bob Gunton).

Selznick is also a magician, and performs regularly at clubs and theaters with an act titled Smoke and Mirrors.[1]

24 credits[edit | edit source]

Selected filmography[edit | edit source]

  • Loqueesha (2019)
  • Morris County (2009)
  • Player 5150 (2008)
  • 10 Tricks (2006)
  • Herstory (2005)
  • What's Cooking? (2000)
  • Beverly Hills Cop III (1994)
  • Nowhere to Run (1993)
  • Ricochet (1991)
  • Aria (1987)
  • Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo (1984)

Television appearances

  • Good Girls (2019)
  • The Last Tycoon (2017)
  • How to Get Away with Murder (2016)
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2015)
  • Castle (2013)
  • The Young and the Restless (2009-2011)
  • ER (2009)
  • Dexter (2007)
  • NCIS (2006)
  • Without a Trace (2005)
  • Desperate Housewives (2005)
  • 24 (2005)
  • CSI: NY (2005)
  • Cold Case (2004)
  • The West Wing (2004)
  • NYPD Blue (2001-2003)
  • CSI: Miami (2002)
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2001)
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation (1992)

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