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05.04 | Kiefer Sutherland: You Ask The Questions

Out of the hundred or so suggestions I've made, maybe two or three have ever stuck. Most of my ideas reflect what we're doing at the time but the writers are working on episodes far ahead of what we're shooting and, besides, they have a clear idea of where they want to go with it. I don't get sick of it, though. When I started 24 I worried about how doing my first television show and playing the same character for years at a time, and how it would compare with my experience in film. But I have never found it boring. There's an incredible challenge in trying to create very subtle changes in character over a long period of time and it's been a great experience for me as an actor.
The Independent interviews Kiefer Sutherland all about Jack Bauer and '24', but completely fails to get any gossip at all on upcoming episodes.

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hi kiefer my name is renee allen do you recanize me?

Posted by: RENEE ALLEN at June 5, 2005 02:33 AM | #

my name is adrienne vanni, i go to unionhill elementary school in round rock texas. i love your show "24" and wait with all my heart for modays to come around so i can watch your show. i can't wait for january next year to see the new shows. my birthday is in february and if you could come see me on the 16th, that's my birthday, i would love it. Thank You.

Posted by: adrienne vanni at September 13, 2005 11:46 PM | #

Will there be a 6th season of 24?

Posted by: sara at February 20, 2006 04:03 AM | #

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