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"The fans are always coming up to me and telling me how much they miss the show. It’s a really special show. It’s really beloved. It’s been awesome to be a part of the show. It’s a phenomenon. I have total respect and love. We had a great run and I was sad that it was over, but it’s like “OK, it’s time to move on. Cool."
Mary Lynn Rajskub on the original end of 24

Mary Lynn Rajskub (born June 22, 1971; age 50) played Chloe O'Brian on the last six seasons of 24, the Live Another Day series and voiced the same character in 24: The Game.


Mary Lynn Rajskub was born and raised in Trenton, Michigan and later moved to Los Angeles. She was one of the original cast members of Mr. Show with Bob and David, and left the show after the second season when she and her boyfriend, Mr. Show star David Cross, broke up.

She is also a skilled guitar player, forming half of the duo The Girl's Guitar Club (with Karen Kilgariff). She co-wrote the film The Girl's Guitar Club, and performs regularly in Los Angeles, notably with the Upright Citizens Brigade.

She is a graduate of Trenton High School in Michigan and attended the San Francisco Art Institute, studying painting.

Joking on-set of Season 7 with Annie, Kiefer & Janeane Garofalo.

She had a role in the 2004 television movie Helter Skelter (with Nick Jameson, Endre Hules, Keith Szarabajka, John Lacy, and François Chau).

Along with Alan Dale and Sarah Wynter, she guest starred in the second season of HBO's Flight of the Conchords. Since comedy is her main expertise, she has also starred in many comedy shorts for Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's acclaimed website Funny Or Die.

Rajskub married personal trainer Matthew Rolph on August 1, 2009 in Las Vegas.[1] The couple has a son together. In 2019, she filed for divorce. Rajskub has spoofed her 24 character on sketch shows such as MAD TV and Saturday Night Live in 2008 and 2014 respectively.

24 credits[]

Being directed for a chase scene that was later cut from Day 5's premiere episode by Jon Cassar.

24-related appearances[]

Selected filmography[]

With Mykelti Williamson and Annie Wersching

  • Dinner in America (2020)
  • Night School (2018)
  • In Search of Fellini (2017)
  • Sex, Death and Bowling (2015)
  • Jason Nash Is Married (2014)
  • The Kings of Summer (2013)
  • Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)
  • Sunshine Cleaning (2009)
  • Julie & Julia (2009)
  • Sunshine Cleaning (2008)
  • Firewall (2006)
  • Little Miss Sunshine (2006)
  • Mysterious Skin (2004)
  • Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde (2003)
  • Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
  • Punch-Drunk Love (2002)
  • The Anniversary Party (2001)
  • Dude, Where's My Car? (2000)
  • Road Trip (2000)
  • Man on the Moon (1999)
  • Magnolia (1999)
  • The Truth About Cats and Dogs (1996)

Television appearances

With Kiefer Sutherland at the 2014 Fox Winter TCA Press Tour party

  • Criminal Minds (2020)
  • Hawaii Five-0 (2018)
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2009-2018)
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2015-2016)
  • Those Who Can't (2016)
  • The Girlfriend Experience (2016)
  • Maron (2015)
  • Californication (2014)
  • Saturday Night Live (2014)
  • 2 Broke Girls (2013-2014)
  • Arrested Development (2013)
  • The Mentalist (2013)
  • How to Be a Gentleman (2011-2012)
  • Dirty Work (2012)
  • Grey's Anatomy (2012)
  • FCU: Fact Checkers Unit (2011)
  • Dicki (2011)
  • Modern Family (2011)
  • Royal Pains (2010)
  • Flight of the Conchords (2009)
  • Human Giant (2007)
  • The Simpsons (2007) (as Chloe O'Brian)
  • Freak Show (2006)
  • Gilmore Girls (2002, 2006)
  • Kelsey Grammer Presents: The Sketch Show (2005)
  • Home Movies (2004)
  • The King of Queens (2002)
  • Just Shoot Me! (2001)
  • Late Friday (2001)
  • The Downer Channel (2001)
  • Veronica's Closet (1999-2000)
  • The Army Show (1998)
  • The Larry Sanders Show (1996-1998)
  • NewsRadio (1998)
  • The Weird Al Show (1997)
  • Mr. Show with Bob and David (1995-1996)


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