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Jerry G. Angelo (born April 27, 1977; age 43) is an actor who appeared in Season 5 of 24 as a Dawn Brigade terrorist.

Biography and career[edit | edit source]

Jerry G. Angelo was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His mother is a Swiss citizen and his father is a former Army soldier and retired bus driver. Angelo attended Eldorado High School where he was active in sports and creative writing. After graduating, he went to the University of New Mexico where he played Division I football. He also completed a major in Communication.

Angelo worked in politics, but eventually decided to pursue a career in acting. Through his career, he has appeared in films like The Janitor, Spoken Word (with Maurice Compte), Mad World, Fright Night, The Rambler, Dead on Arrival, and Throwdown (with Said Faraj). Aside of acting, Angelo is a director, producer, and writer. Some of the films he has directed are Highway to Santa Fe and Checkmate,

Angelo also appeared on the TV show Clique, with Said Faraj.

Role on 24[edit | edit source]

Angelo appeared in Season 5 of 24 as one of the Dawn Brigade terrorists working for Anton Beresch during the raid at the Ontario Airport. In Day 5: 8:00am-9:00am, he was present when they loaded up with guns and drove to Ontario Airport, and took it over. In the next episode Angelo's character pumped a lock onto the doors at the start of the episode, then near the end was ordered by Beresch to change position.

Through his appearance, Angelo can be seen wearing a blue denim sweater and jeans. In the following episode, he was replaced by Tony Donno. Angelo's role was uncredited.

24 credits[edit | edit source]

Selected filmography[edit | edit source]

  • Texas Zombie Wars: Dallas (2020)
  • Artik (2019)
  • American Warfighter (2017)
  • Two Faced (2017)
  • Zulu Six (2014)
  • Mad World (2010)
  • Art School Confidential (2006)
  • The Janitor (2003)

Television appearances

  • All Rise (2019)
  • Better Call Saul (2018)
  • Juiced (2016)
  • Toke N Choke Dispensary (2015)
  • Clique (2013)
  • MADtv (2005)
  • Street Smarts (2004)
  • All In (2003)

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