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Michael Aaron Milligan is an actor and stunt performer who played Theo Sterling, a CTU analyst in 24: Legacy.

Biography and career Edit

Michael Aaron Milligan was born in Victoria, Texas, but his family moved to Sunnyvale, California, where he grew up. At the age of 13, they moved back to the South. Milligan attended Woodstock High School in Woodstock, Georgia.

After graduating, Milligan began singing and dancing in an R&B/Pop group called Next Page. Together, they recorded an EP album and toured 5000 schools through the US for 3 years. However, Michael decided to pursue a career in acting and stand-up comedy instead. He moved to Los Angeles in 2004, and started booking commercials.

Milligan's first credited role was in 2008, in the film Dance of the Dead (with Keston John). After that, he appeared in several short films. Since 2013, he has been steadily appearing in more feature films and TV shows. Other films in which he has apeared are Buried Cain, V/H/S Viral, Let's Be Cops (with Brian Oerly), Paradox, Imperium, and The Wake.

Aside of feature films, Milligan has appeared in TV shows like Chicago Justice (with Philip Winchester), RePlay, Dream Writers, Single Ladies (with Terrell Tilford and DB Woodside), and It's Supernatural.

Milligan currently lives in Chicago.

Role on 24 Edit

Milligan played the role of Theo Sterling during 24: Legacy. His casting was announced on November 23, 2016. Sterling was an analyst at CTU National Headquarters. In the original script for Theo's introduction, he was a multi-millionaire creator of an augmented reality app named "Holo", and owned St. James's Island in the Caribbean. He asked Mariana Stiles out for dinner, but she said she wanted to get through the day first.

Milligan's first appearance was on Day 10: 5:00pm-6:00pm. He appeared in all the episodes since for a total of 7 episodes. Milligan was credited as a co-star.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017)
  • SiREN (2016)
  • Don't Kill It (2016)
  • The Last Heist (2016)
  • Paradox (2016)
  • Shark Lake (2015)
  • Break the Future (2013)
  • Strain (2013)
  • Dance of the Dead (2008)

Television appearances

  • Power (2018)
  • Chicago Justice (2017)
  • MacGyver (2016)
  • RePlay (2016)
  • The Colorblind Monologues (2014)
  • Dream Writers (2014)
  • Single Ladies (2014)
  • It's Supernatural (2012-13)

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