Carlos Bernard Papierski
October 12, 1962
|Education||New Trier High School|
|Alma mater|| Illinois State University (BA)|
American Conservatory Theater (MFA)
|Tony Almeida on 24|
Carlos Bernard Papierski (born October 12, 1962) is an American actor and director, best knownfor his role as Tony Almeida in 24 , which he played from 2001 to 2006, and then reprised again in 2009, 2014 in 24: Solitary and 2017 in 24: Legacy . He received a fine arts degree from American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco after receiving an undergraduate degree from Illinois State University.
Bernard was born on October 12, 1962, in Evanston, Illinois and grew up in Chicago, Illinois, the youngest of three brothers. Of Polish and Spanish ancestry, his mother is originally from Madrid, Spain. Bernard graduated from New Trier High School in 1980, and showed signs of interest in acting while in his high school years. He then went to Illinois State University, graduating with a bachelor's degree in 1991and shortly after received his Master of Fine Arts degree in San Francisco in the American Conservatory Theater. Bernard started out on stage but quickly progressed to television.
Bernard performed in A.C.T. stage productions:
At the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, he performed in Scenes From an Execution , with Frank Langella.
Bernard has made guest appearances on Walker, Texas Ranger , Burn Notice , F/X: The Series , Babylon 5 , and Silk Stalkings and appeared as a regular on the daytime soap opera, The Young and the Restless . He has appeared in the feature films Alien Raiders , Vegas, City of Dreams , The Killing Jar, and the short film The Colonel's Last Flight.
Bernard speaks fluent Spanish, [ citation needed ]Russian, and German.
Bernard has been married to actress Tessie Santiago since 2013. They have a son born in August 2018. He also has one child, who was born in August 2003, with ex-wife Sharisse Baker. He is friends with Kiefer Sutherland, Reiko Aylesworth and Mary Lynn Rajskub, with whom he starred in 24.
|1996||The Killing Jar||Chajén|
|1997||Sunset Beach||Intern||4 episodes|
|Night Man||Parker's Henchman||Episode: "In the Still of the Night"|
|Silk Stalkings||Bradley Babcock||Episode: "Pink Elephants"|
|F/X: The Series||Roberto||Episode: "French Kiss"|
|1998||Men in White||Alien||TV movie|
|1999||The Young and the Restless||Rafael Delgado||18 episodes|
|Babylon 5: A Call to Arms||Communications||TV movie|
|2000||The Colonel's Last Flight||Rosario||Short|
|Mars and Beyond||Lt. Ronaldo Alvarez||Short|
|2001||Vegas, City of Dreams||Chico Escovedo|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||Raoul 'Skull' Hidalgo||Episode: "Without a Sound"|
|2001–2009||24||Tony Almeida||115 episodes +1 special, 24: Solitary|
|2006||10.5: Apocalypse||Dr. Miguel Garcia||2 episodes|
|24: The Game||Tony Almeida||Video Game, Voice|
|2007||Nurses||Dr. Richmond||TV movie|
|2008||Alien Raiders||Aaron Ritter|
|2010||Burn Notice||Gabriel||Episode: "Good Intentions"|
|Full Nelson||TV Series|
|Angel Camouflaged||Jude Stevens|
|Scoundrels||Det. Sgt. Mack||Series Regular, 8 episodes|
|The Blue Wall||David Keenan||Short|
|2011||Ghost Storm||Sheriff Hal Miller||TV movie|
|Charlie's Angels||Pajaro / Rodrigo||Episode: "Angel with a Broken Wing"|
|2011–2012||CSI: Miami||Diego Navarro – Nemesis of Horatio Caine||Recurring Cast, 3 episodes|
|2012||Hawaii Five-0||Agent Channing||2 episodes|
|2012–2013||Dallas||Vicente Cano||Recurring Cast, 7 episodes|
|2013||Castle||Jared Stack||Episode: "The Human Factor"|
|2014||Motive||Kurt Taylor||Episode: "Overboard"|
|Major Crimes||Pete Sims||Episode: "Acting Out"|
|Madam Secretary||Manuel Barzan||Episode: "You Say You Want a Revolution"|
|2015–2017||The Inspectors||Henry Wainwright||Director, 24 episodes|
|2017||24: Legacy||Tony Almeida||6 episodes|
|Supergirl||Oscar Rodas||Episode: "Far From the Tree"|
|2019||The Orville||Capt. Marcos||Episode: "Identity Part II"|
|2012||Your Father's Daughter||Writer/Producer/Director||Short|
|2015–17||The Inspectors||Director||5 episodes|
|2016–19||Hawaii Five-0||4 episodes|
|2017||Criminal Minds||Episode: "Unforgettable"|
|2019||Magnum P.I.||Episode: "Honor Among Thieves"|
|2020||Bull||Episode: "The Sovereigns"|
|2021||FBI: Most Wanted||Episode: "Spiderwebs"|
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getting a master of fine arts degree from the American Conservatory Theater.
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