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Jonathan Alan Lee (born April 3, 1973; age 47) is an actor who played a CTU worker in Season 1 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Jon Alan Lee was born in Stoneham, Massachusetts. During his teenage years, he was a sponsored amateur skateboarder in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After graduating from high school, Lee started playing guitar and singing in several local rock bands. He also played saxophone in the ska group Mustard Plug.

Eventually, Lee moved to San Francisco, California, and then Los Angeles where he continued performing for several years. In Los Angeles, he studied improv, acting and writing at Improv Olympic, Second City LA and The Groundlings. Lee appeared in the short film Hal Buckley and the feature film Clockstoppers.

Lee continues to write, record and perform original music in Los Angeles as a singer-songwriter, and also composes for film, TV and the stage. He was the composer for the film Thursday's Speaker, and the short film Routine.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Clockstoppers (2002)
  • Hal Buckley (2001)

External links Edit

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