|Played by:||Currie Graham|
|First episode:||Day 1 9:00am-10:00am|
|Last episode:||Day 1 10:00am-11:00am|
He was born in Philadelphia and went to Colgate. He was the oldest of three children and went to college at age 16. In 1988 he was in the MBA from UCLA. He worked in investment banking and about five years prior to Day 1 he started his own banking firm. His net worth is more than $35 million.
After atttempting to fool Cofell's assistant, Tracy , into thinking that he was an old friend of Cofell's, Jack kidnapped him and attempted to interrogate him, using information he gathered from Nina Myers . Cofell wouldn't break, and Jack threatened him with a towel, saying he would force it down his throat if he had too. Cofell claimed to now know anything, but gave the name Kevin Carroll to Jack when he was asked who he was meeting.
When Jack moved to the back seat of the bullet-proof limosine, Cofell pulled a Microtech H.A.L.O. II knife out of the seat cushions, but Jack avoided the stabbing. Jack was unable to get any information out of Cofell except that he was to meet a mechanic in a parking garage. Cofell then started to curse in Serbian and Jack grabbed his throat, screaming questions at him. he told Jack that he would pay, and then Jack punched him in the heart.
Cofell began to choke and Jack tried to force feed Cofell his heart medication, but Cofell spit it out and died. Jack propped Cofell up in the back seat in order to deceive Kevin Carroll upon Kevin's arrival.
- Ted Cofell: For God sake's, I'm just a business man.
- Jack Bauer: That's right, an ordinary businessman riding around in a bulletproof limousine.
- Ted Cofell: Yes, for protection.
- Jack Bauer: From what?
- Ted Cofell: People like you.
Notes and trivia
- Ted Cofell is presumably named for production assistant Anne Cofell.
|The House Special Subcommittee's Findings at CTU|