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This is a list of unnamed civilians seen on 24.

Day 1

Teenager #1


The teenager listens to David Palmer speak.

While he waited for Carl Webb in an underground parking lot, David Palmer was harrassed by two mischievous teenagers. Teenager #1 tried to hit Palmer with his baseball bat, but it was stopped. Palmer warned him to get his life in order, but the two teens continued to wreak havoc.

Teenager #1 was played by Marcus Brown in "Day 1 2:00am-3:00am."

Teenager #2


The teenager recognizes David Palmer from TV.

While he waited for Carl Webb in an underground parking lot, David Palmer was harrassed by two mischievous teenagers. Teenager #2 recognized Palmer from TV as someone who's running for president.

Teenager #2 was played by Joe Nieves in "Day 1 2:00am-3:00am."



The businessman flees the scene.

A businessman was calling upon the services of the prostitute Larry Rogow in an alley when Kim Bauer and Janet York approached them, hiding from their captors. Not feeling comfortable with people there, the businessman got in his car and drove off without paying.

The businessman was played by Carmen Mormino in "Day 1 2:00am-3:00am."



The janitor pleads for his life.

During Day 1, a janitor repeatedly got in the way of Jack Bauer and Jessie Hampton's pursuit of Greg Penticoff at 18166 San Fernando Road.

The janitor was played by Johnny Vasquez in "Day 1 3:00am-4:00am."

Homeless woman


Janet didn't look good.

After having received a phone call from Kim Bauer, Teri Bauer and Kevin Carroll (posing as Alan York) rushed to Platt's Auto Body to find Kim and Janet. A homeless woman told them that a young girl was taken away in an ambulance to St. Mark's and that she didn't look good.

The woman was played by Kathy Byron in "Day 1 3:00am-4:00am."

Grant Elementary principal


David Palmer is pulled away on an urgent matter.

The principal of Grant Street Elementary School entertained a photo-op visit from Senator David Palmer and his wife Sherry during the events of Day 1.

The principal was played by Jenny Gago in "Day 1 9:00am-10:00am" and "Day 1 10:00am-11:00am."

Grant Elementary student

While visiting Grant Elementary, Senator David Palmer was told by a student that his father said that Georgetown sucks and that there would never be a black President. Palmer told him that his father was wrong.

The student was played by Desmond Bull in "Day 1 9:00am-10:00am."

Tuptas waiter

Teri Bauer, suffering from amnesia, came into Tuptas and asked to speak to the manager. The waiter simply said that the manager, Henry Martin, wouldn't be in for another 20 minutes.

The waiter was played by John Tague in "Day 1 4:00pm-5:00pm."

Day 2

Pool guy

When Omar, Marko Khatami and Basheer have car trouble, a pool guy offers his assistance. The men accept it and they are soon back on the road.

The pool guy was played by Brad Grunberg in "Day 2 3:00pm-4:00pm."

Mosque greeter

Kate Warner entered a mosque in order to confirm that Syed Ali was inside. She was greeter by this man and toldthe go to the woman's prayer room.

The greeter was played by Faran Tahir in "Day 2 6:00pm-7:00pm."


Marie Warner went to Marko's job in order to pick up some supplies from his locker. The foreman said she couldn't, so she seduced him in order to get the locker key.

The foreman was played by Michael James Reed in "Day 2 6:00pm-7:00pm."

Syed Ali's wife

In an attempt to find the location of the nuclear bomb from Syed Ali, Jack Bauer put up a live feed that showed his wife and two children being held hostage. Jack pretended to kill his eldest son Asad, which made Syed crack. It was later proven to be faked.

Syed Ali's wife was played by Shaheen Vaz in "Day 2 7:00pm-8:00pm."

Male dirver

Kim Bauer walked along the road trying to get a ride to San Jose. The driver pulled over and offered Kim a ride, but Kim became suspicious of his motives. The driver tried to pressure Kim, but Kim pulled her gun out and shot out the rear window. The driver sped off.

The driver was played by James Oliver in "Day 2 10:00pm-11:00pm."

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