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This article's subject relates to Season 2 of 24.This article's subject relates to Season 4 of 24.This is a production article written from an out-of-universe perspective

Cliff Weissman is an actor who played a CTU worker in Season 2, and an Air Force Chief Mechanic, Horter, in Season 4 of 24. He has appeared primarily in television serials.

Biography and career[]

Cliff Weissman was born in New York. He graduated from Brooklyn College with a Bachelor's degree in Theatre. After that, Weissman completed a two-year acting program at the Circle in the Square Professional Workshop on Broadway.

Weissman started his acting career appearing in a 1991 episode of Law & Order (with Alberta Watson). After that, he has appeared in shows like Beverly Hills, 90210, The Shield (with Benito Martinez), NCIS (with Pauley Perrette), and House of Lies.

Aside from TV shows, Weissman has also appeared in several short films. He has also appeared in feature films like Don Juan DeMarco (with Carmen Argenziano), Flight of the Living Dead, and The Hanged Man.

Weissman also heads an acting studio in Newhall, California. He offers classes on acting techniques, script analysis, improvisation, and others.

Role on 24[]

Weissman as a CTU worker

Weissman first appeared in 24 during Season 2. He played a worker at CTU during "Day 2: 11:00am-12:00pm". Weissman can be seen carrying the injured Luke, while also talking to Tony Almeida about Paula Schaeffer's condition. In Season 4, Weissman appeared as Chief Mechanic Horter during "Day 4: 9:00pm-10:00pm". In both of his appearances, he was credited as a co-star.

24 credits[]

CTU worker


Selected filmography[]

  • The Hanged Man (2007)
  • Flight of the Living Dead (2007)
  • Don Juan DeMarco (1994)

Television appearances

  • Better Call Saul (2020)
  • The 5th Quarter (2018)
  • House of Lies (2015)
  • The Young and the Restless (2010)
  • NCIS (2010)
  • Criminal Minds (2009)
  • Big Shots (2007)
  • The Shield (2005)
  • Cold Case (2004)
  • The Guardian (2002-2004)
  • Law and Order (1991, 1993)

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