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"This has been the role of a lifetime, and I will never be able to fully express my appreciation to everyone who made it possible, but when all is said and done, it is the loyal worldwide fan base that made it possible for me to have the experience of playing the role of Jack Bauer, and for that I am eternally grateful." Kiefer William Frederick Dempsey George Rufus Sutherland (born December 21, 1966; age 52) is a British-Canadian actor, producer, director, and musician, best known for his portrayal of Jack Bauer on 24 from 2001 to 2014.
Additionally, Sutherland played the character in the 2008 television movie 24: Redemption, and voiced the character in 24: The Game, 24: Day Zero and 24: DVD Board Game.
He received numerous accolades for the role throughout the series' run, including five consecutive nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (winning one for Season 5 in 2006), five consecutive Golden Globe nominationsm (winning in 2001), and two Screen Actors Guild Awards.
At one point, Sutherland became the highest-paid actor on television, with a salary of million for a three-season contract.
M., a neo-noir film written by Brad Mirman and starring Sutherland, Vincent Gallo, and Mykelti Williamson.
Since 2001, Sutherland is best known for his work on 24 as Jack Bauer, a part he won after consideration of several other actors, including Richard Burgi.
Sutherland is both a British citizen (by jus soli) and a Canadian citizen (by jus sanguinis).
The film was a critical success, earning Genie Awards for both Sutherland and Petrie, and prompting the actor to move to Hollywood to pursue an acting career.“That was a huge moment in the show because it’s the first time Jack has ever done that.It’s interesting she went out that way, as opposed to the line of field where she saves the day.” On Jack’s mission for the rest of the season….Sutherland's other film roles include The Lost Boys (1987), The Killing Time (1987, with Michael Madsen), Bright Lights, Big City (1987, with Nicholas Guest), Young Guns (1988, with Lou Diamond Phillips), Flatliners (1990), Flashback (1990, opposite Dennis Hopper), A Few Good Men (1993), with Xander Berkeley), The Three Musketeers (1993), A Time to Kill (1996, with Doug Hutchison and Kurtwood Smith), and Dark City (1998).Sutherland also made his directorial debut in 1997 with Truth or Consequences, N.