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Carmen Mormino (born February 4, 1964; age 60) is an American actor that played a businessman during Season 1, and Randall Sikes during Season 2 of 24.

Biography and career[]

Carmen Mormino was born in Chicago, Illinois. He attended Columbia College with the intention of pursuing a career in broadcasting. However, after appearing in a local theater production, he switched to acting instead. After graduating with honors, Mormino moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career.

Carmen has appeared in films like Deadly Spygames, One Hour Photo (with Eriq La Salle), The Stepfather (with Nancy Linehan Charles), and Shattered! (with Chris Mulkey and Scarlett Chorvat). He has also appeared in television series like ER (with La Salle and Harry Lennix), Melrose Place, and Time of Your Life (with Vincent Angell).

Aside of acting, Mormino owns a real estate agency in California.

Role on 24[]


Mormino as a businessman

Mormino's first appearance on 24 was on "Day 1: 2:00am-3:00am". He played a businessman asking for the services of prostitute Larry Rogow. His appearance was brief, and he was credited as a co-star.

In Season 2, Mormino played Randall Sikes, a security guard working at CTU Los Angeles. His character was assigned to guard Bob Warner while he was in holding. Again, Mormino was credited as a co-star.

24 credits[]


Randall Sikes

Selected filmography[]

  • Life of Lemon (2011)
  • Invincible Scripture (2010)
  • The Stepfather (2009)
  • Shattered! (2008)
  • Spin (2007)
  • Dog Gone Love (2004)
  • One Hour Photo (2002)
  • A Fare to Remember (1999)
  • The Odd Couple II (1998)
  • Deadly Spygames (1989)

Television appearances

  • American Crime Story (2018)
  • The Last Ship (2014)
  • Revenge (2012)
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2011)
  • Grey's Anatomy (2006)
  • Criminal Minds (2005)
  • 24 (2001, 2003)
  • Time of Your Life (2000)
  • Beverly Hills, 90210 (1998)
  • ER (1997)

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