Gregory Itzin

Gregory Martin Itzin (born April 20, 1948) is an American film and television actor. He is best known for his role as disgraced U.S. President Charles Logan in the television series 24. Itzin was born in Washington, D.C. When he was in sixth grade, his family moved to Burlington, Wisconsin, where his father, Martin Itzin, was mayor. Itzin originally intended to become a theater actor, receiving training at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. He has appeared on many stages across the country. Itzin was in guest starring roles on various television shows. His most recent major role has been President Charles Logan on the popular television drama 24. He received a Tony Award nomination for his role in the Pulitzer Prize winning play The Kentucky Cycle. In the movie Airplane!, Itzin plays Religious Zealot #1, and has the first lines in the movie, but disappears after the first scene. He had a short role in The A-Team episode 'Wheel of Fortune', as accountant Howard for a casino-owner. In 2005, Itzin joined the cast of 24, halfway through its fourth season, in the recurring role as Vice President Charles Logan.


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