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The Team: Leverage Consulting and Associates

Nathan Ford: The Mastermind

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 "I'm a functioning alcoholic. The trick is not to get hung up on the "alcoholic," but celebrate the "functioning" part of the sentence."

Former insurance investigator at IYS Insurance turned leader of a band of thieves. Played by Timothy Hutton.


Tropes associated with Nathan:

 Hardison: Going to Plan B?

Nate: Technically that would be Plan G.

Hardison: How many plans do we have? Is there a Plan M?

Nate: Yeah, Hardison dies in Plan M.

Eliot: I like Plan M.

    • In season 4, episode 10:

 Nate: That was Plan M.

Hardison: Don't I die in Plan M?

Nate: Yeah, usually. Yeah.

Hardison: Whatchu mean usually? How many plans do I die in?

Nate: C, F, and M through Q.

Hardison: Hold up, C? Man, that's a bit close to home man. Need to switch that up. How many plans does Eliot die in?

Nate: Uh, none. (turns to Parker) And none. (turns to Sophie) And...(Beat. Turns back to Eliot) But there is one where you come out with a scar.

  • Token Good Teammate: Early on, Nate was the only team member who was genuinely interested in helping people. By partway through, this is no longer the case, as everyone else has lightened up.
  • UST: With Sophie and Maggie
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy: In a weird, kinda twisted and ruthless way, as seen in "The Three-Card Monte Job."
    • Played more straight (and tragic) in "The Radio Job", when his dad is trapped in a warehouse with explosives about to go off, he tells Nate over the phone, "Tell them how much Jimmy Ford loved his son." Nate, who was was about to rush into the warehouse, is so stunned he stops in his tracks and can only watch helplessly as the building explodes.
  • Will They or Won't They?: He and Sophie for most of the show.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Cold cocks a nun in "The Boys Night Out Job." she wasn't really a nun.

Sophie Devereaux: The Grifter

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 "Thieves find entrances, but grifters? Mm-mm. We make them."

Terrible actress and world-class confidence trickster. Played by Gina Bellman.


Tropes associated with Sophie:

  • Ambiguously Brown: Uses it to her advantage in cons, portraying an enormous variety of nationalities.
  • Bad Bad Acting: Any time she's not conning someone. When she's not conning someone, she is absolutely terrible. So terrible that she should be the patron saint of Bad Bad Acting.

 Eliot: "She can't act.

Nate: "She can act... When it's an act."

  • Con Man: She was a confidence trickster before the team formed.
  • The Dragon: If this is a Five-Bad Band, anyway.
  • Femme Fatale: Channels this in most of her cons.
  • Giftedly Bad: As an actor.
  • Guile Hero: Everything she does is about using her brain to manipulate people into doing what she wants. The show even gets into the psychology behind her manipulations.

 Sophie: I'm a grifter. If I'm doing my job right, they just...turn the alarm off for me.

  • The Heart: Ironically, as Nate was the "honest man" who got everyone to work together, she's become Nate's moral compass and the emotional center of the group.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Whoa, what if Jane was just one of Sophie's cons? She lived in London (i.e. near museums and Buckingham Palace), she had a job that required a helicopter, and no one ever suspects the dumb one.
  • Hypno Fool: Her use of neuro-linguistic programming on others verges on this. Elliot can testify to this firsthand.
  • Journey To Find Herself: Second half of season 2.
  • The Lancer: If this is a Five-Man Band, anyway.
  • Lost in Character
  • Male Gaze: Sophie's wardrobe, even when not on a con, seems almost calculated to appeal to this.
  • Manipulative Bitch: It's part of her job. She doesn't always mean for it to become a part of her personal life, but it occasionally does.
  • Mysterious Past: We know practically nothing about her from before she met Nate.
  • No Name Given: "Sophie" is one of many, many aliases. The audience doesn't know her real name yet, and Nate... forgot it. In bed.
  • Official Couple: With Nate.
  • Omniglot: Speaks Chinese and Serbian and presumably other languages. Justified because she is a world traveler with a professional need to speak local languages.
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Gina Bellman has been doing an incredible job, but considering the number and scope of the accents she has to do, it was inevitable that eventually she'd slip on a couple. Her Southern Belle has been specifically mentioned.
  • Picky Eater:

  Sophie: "Meat" should never be used as an adjective.

 Hardison: "We trust Nate to come up with the plan. We trust you to make sure we're all taken care of."

Eliot Spencer: The Hitter

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 "Does anybody wanna do my job, huh? I get punched and kicked!"

"Retrieval specialist" and mercenary. Played by Christian Kane.


Tropes associated with Eliot:

  • The Atoner: Very much so, though he doesn't seem to hope for his personal redemption as much as he tries to fix what he put wrong in the past. He'll do whatever it takes, too.
  • Awesome By Analysis: Very much so. He tell the make of a gun by the sound it makes when it fires, can tell that the Mooks are ex-CIA/Marine/dirty cops by the way they stand, their haircut, their shoes. Can we say Genius Bruiser?
  • Badass: A colossal one.
  • The Big Guy: If this is a Five-Man Band, anyway.
    • Which is funny because he's the shortest guy in the group. Shortest person in the group, when the girls are wearing their heels.
  • Brains and Brawn: When partnered with Hardison he's the Brawn.
  • The Brute: If this is a Five-Bad Band, anyway.
  • The Casanova: If we take his claims about his own love life to be truth. To put things in perspective, he also claims to grow his own food and sleep ninety minutes a day.
    • Then again, he's been shown to pick up women quite easily, so it's pretty likely he's telling the truth.
    • Then again, he's only claimed to have dated one neurologist and having slept with one flight attendent, which is very possible.
    • Don't forget the supermodels.
  • Catch Phrase: "Dammit, Phrase Catcher!" and "It's a very distinctive (impossibly small detail he can use to identify something or someone)."
    • Given that it was recently used as an identity verification, "We'd be the cavalry" may now qualify.
    • Not to mention "I used to date a (random career)" as a reason for knowing details about a specific job. Examples include flight attendants, neurologists and supermodels.
      • He's claimed to have been with only one of each of those, but it could still count since he's said it twice.
  • Chef of Iron
  • Cryptic Background Reference: We don't know what Eliot did when he worked for Damien Moreau. This is almost certainly for the best.
    • We're also still waiting to find out about the monkey.
  • Deadpan Snarker

 Nate: Hardison's gonna pretend to break into the vault.

Eliot: Yeah, well, hopefully the Russians will only pretend to kill him.

  • Dirty Business: Both his current career and his Mysterious Past are full of it. Little has been given in detail, but he has clearly done some awful, awful things.
  • Does Not Like Guns
    • Subverted all to hell in the Big Bang Job when he uses some to commit the first onscreen killings by a Leverage member.

 I don't like them. Doesn't mean I can't use 'em.

  • Estrogen Brigade Bait: In a pretty obvious way.
  • Friend to All Children: Surprisingly. He has particular compassion for kids who've drawn the short stick of life, but even spoiled rich kids love him. Then there's the hissy fit he throws in "The Morning After Job" until Hardison agrees to detour from a job to stop a domestic dispute because there could possibly be children involved. Non-fluffy reasons for this have been strongly hinted.
  • Genius Bruiser: Word of God compares Eliot to Batman.
  • Guttural Growler
  • Handsome Lech: We hardly ever see him actually hook up, but he is indubitably this.
  • Hates Being Touched: Portrayed subtly, but confirmed by Word of God. Played for laughs.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Kane played Lindsay on Angel.
  • Hidden Depths: Out the wazoo. And he keeps uncovering more.
  • Hired Guns: An ex-mercenary
  • Invincible Hero: For a while early on, Eliot didn't even fight anyone who gave him a challenge. Since then, he's taken a few serious beatings, but has yet to actually lose a fight. It certainly makes him immune to The Worf Effect.
    • Until The Carnival Job... He ends up unconscious on the floor, unable to help a little girl. He does still win the fight in the end, though.
  • Lightning Bruiser
  • Omniglot: Speaks Hebrew and Arabic and possibly other languages. Justified because he is a world traveler with a professional need to speak local languages.
  • Papa Wolf: Eliot has a tendency to find various strays that strike a chord with him for whatever reason. He becomes extremely (read: scarily) protective of them for the rest of the job. (Safe to say, if you're a child, a soldier or ex-soldier, or a working-class stiff, he'll probably be kindly-disposed towards you.)
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He takes his cooking very seriously. (And he actually is shown wearing a pink shirt several times.)
  • Salt and Pepper: Frequently detailed to work with Hardison.
  • Supreme Chef
  • Tin Man: Particularly in the first season. He is developing a sense of compassion and empathy, though.
  • Technical Pacifist: Refuses to kill people. Has no problem kicking their knees backwards to make them scream like a girl.
    • Also, seriously, start tallying the number of innocent people just doing their job he has to wade through just to keep the team safe. If he did kill instead of merely incapacitate/knock out, the crew would probably lose any hope of that "good guy" status they're trying to maintain.
  • Violence Is the Only Option: Subverted, for the most part

 Eliot: What are you talking about. I only use violence as an appropriate response.

Sterling: Hello Nate.

Eliot's nostrils flare, his eyes narrow, and he punches Sterling in the face. He doesn't stop there.

    • Occasionally Eliot does this for laughs: like in Season 1, Episode 2.

 Hardison: I just have to spoof the IP address and overlay a digital duplicate on the wi-fi—

Eliot throws a rock at the camera

Hardison: —Or that.

Eliot: Let's go.

Hardison: I'm sorry it was too far away for you to punch, I'm sure that really frustrates you.

Alec Hardison: The Hacker

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 "Age of the geek, baby. We run the world."

Computer expert and technologist. Played by Aldis Hodge.


Tropes associated with Hardison:

  • Accidental Aiming Skills: In "The 12-Step Job" he takes out a loan shark's engine block while aiming for the man's leg. This probably helped more in the end.
  • Badass Bookworm: He's no Eliot, but Hardison is more than capable of handling himself in a fight.
  • Beta Couple: With Parker.
  • Black and Nerdy: He's a hacker. What do you expect?
  • Brains and Brawn: Often plays the Brains to Parker or Eliot's Brawn.
  • Brilliant but Lazy: He has shades of this in season 1, most notably in the Mile High Job, but he gets over it as the series progresses.
  • Butt Monkey: More and more so recently. Probably because the production crew is taking advantage of the fact that Aldis Hodge knows how to act as one in an especially funny way.
  • Catch Phrase: "Age of the geek, baby."
    • Used just as often is "Oh, hell no!" (his stock dismayed/indignant reaction).
    • "Oh, hell no!" is a recent development - before that it was "Seriously!? Seriously!?"
  • Character Development: By the third season, he's started thinking about some day running his own crew.
  • Cowardly Lion: While he often complains about the situations he is involved in, he never backs down,
  • Deadpan Snarker:

 Hardison: Hey, Eliot, what is that blocking your button cam? Oh yeah, it's your ego.

  • Distressed Dude: So far, he's had to be rescued the most out of everyone of the team.
  • Estrogen Brigade Bait: In a less obvious way than Eliot, but the costume director sure likes to show off Aldis Hodge's fine figure in a suit or tank top.
  • Evil Genius: If this is a Five-Bad Band, anyway.
  • Happily Fostered: He calls his foster mom "Nana" and speaks of her with great fondness. She was apparently a powerfully positive influence in his life.
  • Genius' Sweet Tooth: He's a technological genius who pretty much runs solely on orange soda and gummi frogs.
  • Hollywood Hacking
  • Insufferable Genius: Interestingly, he's so charismatic by nature that he's generally easy to forgive when he gets into a bragging spiel. The other characters aren't quite as charmed as the audience, though.

 Hardison: You're wondering if I have an answer? I do! BAM!

  • Last-Name Basis: Everybody else is called by their first names, but the creators loved the sound of "Dammit, Hardison!"
  • Mission Control: Often holed up somewhere safe, hacking and providing support.
    • But no one seems to appreciate his contributions.

 Sophie: You monitor all of us the whole time?

Hardison: And analyze your actions and provide intel. Beat. You didn't think I did all that did you? Does no one respect the van?

Parker: The Thief

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 "Looks like Parker's gonna have to crawl through the air duct again. God forbid anyone else would have to learn how to fricking crawl on their stomach through a tiny space. It's not rocket science, people."

The world's greatest thief. Played by Beth Riesgraf.


Tropes associated with Parker:

 Parker: What is it with women and shoes?

Sophie: There's something wrong with you.

Eliot: That's what I said.

 Parker: (Discussing a woman with whom Hardison is flirting) Did you do a background check on her? She could be a spy, or a terrorist.

Hardison: She's not. She's just a nice girl who needs our help.

Parker: She looks like a terrorist.

 Eliot: She is hot.

Hardison: Hot.

Parker: Hot.

(Beat)

Parker: Warm? Cold? Why are we staring?

  "Sophie's been arrested, Hardison's definitely been arrested, Eliot's been in prison in a lot of places where due process isn't a big part of the culture, Parker's never been caught."

 Tara: You're really strong.

Parker: I hang from buildings with my fingertips.

  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Wastes no time switching between disguises, to Hardison's chagrin. Or joy.
  • Sticky Fingers: The girl's a kleptomaniac.
  • Unresolved Sexual Tension: With Hardison.
    • They're now together as of "The Long Way Down Job"
  • When She Smiles: Parker is quite pretty regardless, but something about her smile/laugh is just so ridiculously charming and heartwarming (especially when paired with moments of her being goofy). It's grown steadily more frequent as she adjusts to being on the team.


Allies

Maggie Collins

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  "Nate, you can't just make people do what you want."

Nate's ex-wife, expert in art. Played by Kari Matchett.


Tropes associated with Maggie:

Tara Cole

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Grifter who must have owed Sophie a pretty big favor. Played by Jeri Ryan. While little is known about her, a few details are clear. She worked for the army, and was trained by either the FBI, or the Marines. Since Sophie returned, she and her have been meeting off-screen, but did not work together due to their clashing styles.


Tropes associated with Tara:

Archie Leach

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Retired thief who was Parker's teacher in the arts of theft. He was formerly known as the "World's Greatest Thief" Played by Richard Chamberlain.


Tropes associated with Archie:

Patrick Bonanno

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Police detective with whom the Leverage group occasionally crosses paths. Played by Robert Blanche.


Tropes associated with Bonanno:

  • Friend on the Force
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Word of God notes that he knows Nate brought down the guys who shot him up, and if you're Irish or Italian from Boston, you do not let that just slide.
    • In "The Boys Night Out Job," Bonanno reveals that he's definitely well-aware of Nate's activities (even knowing about Nate's escape from prison) but isn't particularly interested in bringing Nate down. He's even on good enough terms with Nate to join him for a poker game at Nate's place.

FBI Special Agents Taggert and McSweeten

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Two FBI agents Leverage Consulting & Associates tends to come across from time to time. They're not aware of the Leverage group, however, as they believe that Parker and Hardison are FBI superiors. Played, respectively, by Rick Overton and Gerald Downey.


Tropes associated with Taggert and McSweeten:

  • Heterosexual Life Partners: Played with, as they have a conversation at one point about seeing other partners.
  • Hidden Depths: They may appear to be your run-of-the-mill bumbling cops, but in season 3, Taggart is revealed to be a Krav Maga instructor for the FBI.
  • Agents Lestrade: To some extent. Leverage works alongside them as if they were FBI agents sent as reinforcements; Leverage delivers the bad guys so they can make the arrest.
  • Put on a Bus: Taggert. The latest appearances of McSweeten always had him offhandedly mention a reason why Taggert couldn't be with him.
  • Those Two Guys

Jack Hurley

An investment banker with a large number of addictions, he steals from a charity in a flawed attempt at helping them, making himself the target of one of Leverage's cons. He proves to be an alright guy underneath everything, and returns in a later episode. Played by Drew Powell in "The 12-Step Job" and "The Boys' Night Out Job."


  • The Alcoholic: Formerly. As of his second appearance in "The Boys Night Out Job," he's been sober for two years.
  • Anti-Villain: He wants to help people, he just has no idea how.
  • Big Fun/Fat Bastard: Toyed with. He tries to be the former, appears to be the latter, and falls somewhere in the middle.
  • Heel Face Turn: In his second appearance.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: He notes in his second appearance that he has bought a cat.

Peggy

A friend of Parker's whom she met while on jury duty, Peggy is the only person outside of the team whom Parker regularly talks to. Appears in "The Juror #6 Job" and "The Girls' Night Out Job."


  • Badass Adorable: Briefly becomes one when she whales on a would-be assassin with a frying pan. The fact that she caught him totally by surprise probably had a lot to do with it.
  • Berserk Button: Don't ruin her kitchen knives. A Venezuelan assassin tried to stab her with one of them, and she was angrier about the damage to the knives than the fact that he tried to kill her.
  • Foil: Literally everything Parker is not.
  • Frying Pan of Doom: Beats a Venezuelan bomber up with one.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: Meets guys through websites about cats. One of the flat-out nicest people to ever appear on the show.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Thought Parker was a bookeeper and than a spy; has no idea she's good friends with the world's greatest thief.
  • Nice Girl: If rather frustrated when it comes to dating. Oh, and don't touch her kitchen knives.


Recurring Antagonists

Victor Dubenich

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The first antagonist of the series, Victor Dubenich of Bering Aerospace brings the Leverage team together to steal files from a rival of his, while claiming that they were originally his. His attempt at murdering the team to cover up his own tracks makes him the victim of their first con; he returns in the Season 4 finale to get his revenge. Played by Saul Rubinek.


James "Jim" Sterling

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  "You know your entire plan depended on me being a self-serving, utter bastard."

Formerly an insurance investigator at IYS, now member of Interpol (which, in the Leverage universe, is akin to UNCLE or S.H.I.E.L.D.). Played by Mark Sheppard.


Tropes associated with Sterling:

Did I mention that Sterling. Never. Loses?

Colin "Chaos" Mason

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  "Hardison? I heard you sucked! Guess I was right."

A hacker with skills that rival Hardison's. Initially hired by Marcus Starke, he betrays Starke and sets off on his own. Played by Wil Wheaton in "The Two Live Crew Job" and "The Ho-Ho-Ho Job."


Tropes associated with Chaos:

The Italian

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Name unknown, origin unknown. What is known is that she has a lot of behind-the-scenes power (she can keep Nate out of jail and in Boston after he has escaped a Massachusetts state prison), and has blackmailed the team into taking down the world's most powerful criminal banker. Played by Elisabetta Canalis.


Tropes associated with The Italian:

Damian Moreau

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The world's most feared criminal banker and target of Season 3's Myth Arc. Played by Goran Visnjic.


Tropes associated with Damian Moreau:

  Moreau: Who are you?!

Jack Latimer

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A professional investor who's been keeping tabs on Leverage Consulting since their run-in with Dubenich, Latimer repeatedly tries to get the team to work for him. A recurring menace, he is played by Leon Rippy throughout Season 4.


Other Characters

The Butcher of Kiev

  Hardison: "Have you ever been to Kiev? The Cake Maker of Kiev could whup all our asses, and this is The Butcher."

A hulking giant from the Russian Mafia, with a grudge against Eliot, a penchant for using cooking ware as weaponry, and a very ugly reputation in the underworld. Appears in "The Wedding Job."


  • Badass Moustache
  • The Brute: A nearly unintelligible psycho who's too stupid to be The Dragon, and relies entirely on his size to overpower his opponents, he escapes being a mere Giant Mook by virtue of his reputation.
  • The Butcher: Lampshaded by Hardison and justified by the fact that he favours cleavers and kitchen knives as weapons. His fight with Chef of Iron Eliot is truly hilarious.
  • The Dreaded: Nate, Sophie, Hardison, and Parker have all heard of him, and are tempted to abort the mission when he shows up alongside the other Russians. See the page quote.
  • Dumb Muscle: He certainly doesn't do much to demonstrate his intelligence, spending almost all his onscreen time ranting "I kill you!"
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep"
  • Eye Scream: Eliot defeats him by shoving appetisers in his eyes. The lemon juice does bad things to them.
  • The Giant: He's huge.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: His last encounter with Eliot left him with some very evil burn scars on one cheek.
  • Improbable Weapon User: His and Eliot's fight using a large amount of kitchenware, including knives and his trademark cleaver.
  • Ironic Echo: "It burns!" Shouted in flashback when Eliot smacked him in the face with a burning piece of plywood, shouted in the present when lemon juice is sprayed into his eyes.
  • It's Personal: With Eliot
  • Knife Fight: With Eliot, complete with the requisite fighting for control of the blade.
  • Knife Nut: Uses butcher knives and a meat cleaver as his Weapon of Choice (though it's quickly established that he's perfectly capable bare-handed as well).
  • The Mafiya: A career killer for Sergei of the Russian Mob.
  • Muscles Are Meaningful: Very large, very bulky, and portrayed as frighteningly strong.
  • Professional Killers: A world-class killer in Nate's words.
  • Revenge: Why he attacks Eliot.
  • Ruthless Foreign Gangsters: Both he and his boss, Sergei.
  • Slasher Smile: Only has two facial expressions--grimacing and this.

Mr. Quinn

  "They told me you'd be tougher than this."

A nondescript mercenary employed by Sterling in "The First David Job", Quinn ambushes Eliot and gives him an absolutely brutal beating, before being taken down himself. Portrayed by Clayne Crawford.


Ian Blackpoole

Nate's former boss at IYS, and the man who let his son die. Serves as the final mark of Season 1. Played by Kevin Tighe.


Marcus Starke

A superb grifter and forger who operates out of Europe. He shows up in "The Two Live Crew Job," where his and Nate's cons cross paths. He plays both The Mastermind and The Grifter on his team. Portrayed by Griffin Dunne.


Mikel Dayan

A former Mossad agent who serves as The Hitter in Marcus Starke's crew. Has a Foe Yay-filled confrontation with Eliot. Portrayed by Noa Tishby in "The Two Live Crew Job."


Apollo

Starke's Thief, Apollo specialises in infiltration, corporate espionage, and bypassing physical security. Played by Apollo Robbins in "The Two Live Crew Job."


Bradford Culpepper III

The Mayor of Belbridge, Massecheussets and apparent Final Boss of Season 2. Played by Richard Kind in "The Three Strikes Job" and "The Maltese Falcon Job."


  • Dirty Coward
  • Disc One Final Boss: Episode 1 Final Boss anyway. He's set up to be the season's toughest challenge, much as Ian Blackpoole was in Season 1. Yet it's quickly revealed that he's an imbecile and that Kadjic is the real brains of the operation.
  • The Mark
  • Mayor Pain
  • Permanent Elected Official: He's a third-generation corrupt mayor. Thanks to his connections with the FBI and his own spin machine, other people inevitably take the fall for his actions.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Connections: Uses his status as an FBI snitch to stay abreast of state police investigations into his activities and keep law enforcement away from Kadjic's business.

Tony Kadjic

Mayor Culpepper's partner-in-crime and the real brains of the operation, Kadjic makes his living running guns from Third World countries to American gangs. Portrayed by Paul Blackthorne in "The Three Strikes Job" and "The Maltese Falcon Job."


Doctor Anne Hannity

A psychotic doctor in the employ of Wakefield Agricultural who conspires to unleash a blight on the world's wheat so that the company can benefit. Portrayed by Lisa Brenner.


Jimmy Ford

Nate's father, and a former South Boston bookie, loan shark, and fixer, Jimmy has a strained relationship with his son. He appears as the villain of the "Three Card Monte Job," and is played by Tom Skerritt.


Roper

  "The great Eliot Spencer, heh."

A nasty piece of work who seems to have some history with Eliot, he appears in "The Carnival Job", where he provides the muscle for the Russian Villain of the Week. Played by Urijah Faber.


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