Gregory Itzin

Gregory Itzin jokes with the audience before the start of a panel discussion "'24' and America's Image in Fighting Terrorism: Fact, Fiction, or Does It Matter?", June 23, 2006 in Washington, DC. Radio personality Rush Limbaugh moderated a discussion sponsored by the Heritage Foundation titled and included members of the cast from the television show "24".
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Gregory Itzin's earliest television credit, according to IMDB.com, is playing a White House tour guide on the 1979 mini-series "Backstairs at the White House."

This season, Itzin was back in the White House for his portrayal of the conniving President Charles Logan on "24."

He is nominated for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series for his work on the show.

The 58-year-old actor was born in, appropriately, Washington, D.C.

He has appeared in over 100 television programs including "Murder One," "Matlock," Night Court," "Profiler," "The Practice," and "Judging Amy."

His film credits include "Adaptation," "Original Sin" and "Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas."