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Directors Edit

  • Director Jack Fickler, FBI — Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (February 16, 2011–?) — Richard Schiff: Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
  • Director Pellington, FBI — Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (September 21, 2015–Present) — Dylan Baker: Blindspot
  • Director Marcus Silver, FBI — Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (October 4, 2015–?) — Sean Blakemore: CSI: Cyber
  • Director Keith Doherty, FBI — Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (October 16, 2016–Present) — Michael Boatman: Madam Secretary

Deputy directors Edit

  • Deputy Director Samuel “Sam” Cullen, FBI (Ret. 2006) — Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (September 13, 2005–April 26, 2006, Retired) — John M. Jackson: Bones
  • Deputy Director Robert Kirby, FBI (killed, 2006) — Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (May 1, 2006–December 13, 2006, killed); dirty cop — Ryan Cutrona: Bones
  • Deputy Director (Dr.) Avery Ryan, Ph.D. (Psychology), FBI Cybercrimes Division — Deputy Director, FBI Cybercrimes Division (November 8, 2015–?) — Patricia Arquette: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – “Kitty”, “The Twin Paradox”, CSI: Cyber
  • Deputy Director Marguerite Sanchez, FBI — Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (February 21, 2016–Present) — Roslyn Ruff: Madam Secretary
  • Deputy Director Jason Atwood, FBI (fired, 2017) — Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (September 21, 2016–March 22, 2017, fired) — Malik Yoba: Designated Survivor

Executive assistant directors Edit

  • Executive Assistant Director Raymond Isler, FBI National Security Branch — Executive Assistant Director, FBI National Security Branch (September 20, 2016–Present) — Derek Webster: NCIS: New Orleans

Assistant directors Edit

  • Assistant Director Andrew Hacker, FBI — Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (October 15, 2009–?) — Diedrich Bader: Bones
  • Assistant Director Harold Cooper, FBI Counterterrorism Division — Assistant Director, FBI Counterterrorism Division (September 23, 2013–Present) — Harry Lennix: The Blacklist
  • Assistant Director Bethany Mayfair, FBI (killed, 2016) — Assistant Director-in-Charge, FBI New York Field Office (September 21, 2015–May 9, 2016, suspended) — Marianne Jean-Baptiste: Blindspot
  • Assistant Director Kurt Weller, FBI — Assistant Director-in-Charge, FBI New York Field Office (May 16, 2016–Present) — Sullivan Stapleton: Blindspot
  • Assistant Director John Forstell, J.D., FBI Office of Professional Responsibility — Assistant Director, FBI Office of Professional Responsibility (September 21, 2016–Present) — Reed Diamond: Designated Survivor

Deputy assistant directors Edit

  • Deputy Assistant Director Simon Sifter, FBI Cybercrimes Division — Deputy Assistant Director, FBI Cybercrimes Division (March 4, 2015–May 13, 2015, transferred) — Peter MacNicol: CSI: Cyber

Section chiefs Edit

  • Section Chief Erin Strauss, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (KIA, 2013) — Section Chief, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–May 22, 2013, KIA) — Jayne Atkinson: Criminal Minds
  • Section Chief Mateo “Matt” Cruz, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Section Chief, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (October 16, 2013–Present) — Esai Morales: Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders – “La Huesuda”

Fanfiction Edit

  • Section Chief Erin Strauss, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Section Chief, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–?) — Jayne Atkinson: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”

Special agents-in-charge Edit

  • Supervisory Special Agent Donald James “Don” Eppes, FBI Violent Crimes Squad — Special Agent-in-Charge, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (2004–?) — Rob Morrow: Numb3rs
  • Supervisory Special Agent Aaron “Hotch” Hotchner, J.D., FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (resigned, 2016) (in Witness Protection: 2016–Present) — Unit Chief/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–November 16, 2016, resigned) — Thomas Gibson: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent (Dr.) Katherine “Katie” Cole, Ph.D. (Psychology), FBI Crimes Against Children Unit — Special Agent-in-Charge, FBI Crimes Against Children Unit (September 27, 2006–?) — Mary Page Keller: Criminal Minds – “P911”
  • Special Agent-in-Charge Reese Hughes, FBI White Collar Crime Unit (Ret. 2013) (d. 2014) — Unit Chief, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (October 23, 2009–January 29, 2013, Retired) — James Rebhorn†: White Collar
  • Special Agent-in-Charge Phillip Kramer, FBI Art Crimes Unit — Unit Chief, FBI Art Crimes Unit (October 23, 2009–?) — Beau Bridges: White Collar
  • Special Agent-in-Charge David Sinclair, FBI Anti-Corruption Task Force — Special Agent-in-Charge, FBI Anti-Corruption Task Force (March 12, 2010–?) — Alimi Ballard: Numb3rs
  • Supervisory Special Agent Samuel “Sam” Cooper, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Special Agent-in-Charge/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Red Cell) (April 7, 2010–?) — Forest Whitaker: Criminal Minds – “The Fight”, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
  • Supervisory Special Agent Andi Swann, FBI Domestic Trafficking Task Force — Special Agent-in-Charge, FBI Domestic Trafficking Task Force (May 18, 2011–?) — Amy Price-Francis: Criminal Minds – “Supply and Demand”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jack Garrett, FBI International Response Team — Unit Chief, FBI International Response Team (April 8, 2015–Present) — Gary Sinese: Criminal Minds – “Beyond Borders”, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders
  • Supervisory Special Agent Emily Prentiss, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Unit Chief/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (November 16, 2016–Present) — Paget Brewster: Criminal Minds

Fanfiction Edit

  • Supervisory Special Agent Aaron “Hotch” Hotchner, J.D., FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Unit Chief/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–?) — Thomas Gibson: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”

Assistant special agents-in-charge Edit

  • Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge Peter Burke, M.Acc. (Accounting), B.S. (Mathematics), FBI White Collar Crime Unit — Unit Chief, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (October 17, 2013–?) — Tim DeKay: White Collar

Supervisory special agents Edit

  • Supervisory Special Agent Tobias C. Fornell, FBI — FBI Liaison Officer, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (September 23, 2003–Present) — Joe Spano: NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans – “It Happened Last Night”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Ian Edgerton, FBI — Sniper Instructor, FBI Academy (2005–?) — Lou Diamond Phillips: Numb3rs
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jason Gideon, Ph.D. (Psychology), FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Ret. 2007) (killed, 2015) — Supervising Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–October 3, 2007, Retired) — Mandy Patinkin: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent Derek Morgan, J.D., FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Ret. 2016) — Senior Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–March 23, 2016, Retired) — Shemar Moore: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent Elle Tarah Greenaway, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (resigned, 2006) — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–October 25, 2006, resigned) — Lola Glaudini: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent (Dr.) Spencer Reid, Ph.D. (Mathematics, Chemistry, Engineering), FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (incarcerated, 2017) — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–February 15, 2017, incarcerated) — Matthew Gray Gubler: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent Megan Reeves, FBI Violent Crimes Squad (Ret. 2008) — Supervising Field Agent, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (May 18, 2007–May 16, 2008, Retired) — Diane Farr: Numb3rs
  • Supervisory Special Agent David Stephen “Dave” Rossi, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Supervising Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (October 31, 2007–Present) — Joe Mantegna: Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders – “The Harmful One”, “Il Mostro”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Garrett Fowler, FBI Office of Professional Responsibility (fired, 2010) — Supervising Field Agent, FBI Office of Professional Responsibility (October 23, 2009–September 7, 2010, fired) — Noah Emmerich: White Collar
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jordan Shaw, FBI — Supervising Field Agent/Profiler, Federal Bureau of Investigation (March 22, 2010–?) — Dana Delany: Castle – “Tick, Tick, Tick…”, “Boom”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Mick Rawson, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Red Cell) (April 7, 2010–?) — Matt Ryan: Criminal Minds – “The Fight”, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
  • Supervisory Special Agent Gina LaSalle, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Red Cell) (April 7, 2010–?) — Beau Garrett: Criminal Minds – “The Fight”, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
  • Supervisory Special Agent Elizabeth “Beth” Griffith, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Senior Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Red Cell) (February 16, 2011–?) — Janeane Garofalo: Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jonathan “Prophet” Sims, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Red Cell) (February 16, 2011–?) — Michael Kelly: Criminal Minds – “The Fight”, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jennifer “J.J.” Jareau-LaMontagne, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (May 18, 2011–Present) — A.J. Cook: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent (Dr.) Alexandra “Alex” Blake (née Miller), Ph.D. (Linguistics), FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Ret. 2014) — Senior Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 26, 2012–May 14, 2014, Retired) — Jeanne Tripplehorn: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent David Siegel, FBI White Collar Crime Unit (KIA, 2013) — Supervising Field Agent, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (October 24, 2013–October 31, 2013, KIA) — Warren Kole: White Collar
  • Supervisory Special Agent Kate Callahan, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (resigned, 2015) — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (October 1, 2014–May 6, 2015, resigned) — Jennifer Love Hewitt: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent Clinton Jones, J.D., FBI White Collar Crime Unit — Team Leader, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (December 18, 2014–?) — Sharif Atkins: White Collar
  • Supervisory Special Agent Matthew “Matt” Simmons, FBI International Response Team — Senior Field Agent, FBI International Response Team (April 8, 2015–Present) — Daniel Henney: Criminal Minds – “Beyond Borders”, “Spencer”, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders
  • Supervisory Special Agent (Dr.) Tara Lewis, Ph.D. (Psychology), FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 30, 2015–Present) — Aisha Tyler: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent Clara Seger, FBI International Response Team — Senior Field Agent, FBI International Response Team (March 16, 2016–Present) — Alana de la Garza: Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Criminal Minds – “Spencer”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Luke Alvez, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 28, 2016–Present) — Adam Rodriguez: Criminal Minds
  • Supervisory Special Agent Stephen Walker, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (December 7, 2016–Present) — Damon Gupton: Criminal Minds

Fanfiction Edit

  • Supervisory Special Agent Derek Morgan, J.D., FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Senior Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–?) — Shemar Moore: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”
  • Supervisory Special Agent (Dr.) Spencer Reid, Ph.D. (Mathematics, Chemistry, Engineering), FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 22, 2005–Present) — Matthew Gray Gubler: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jennifer “J.J.” Jareau, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Communications & Media Liaison, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (September 28, 2005–?) — A.J. Cook: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Emily Rose Prentiss, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (November 15, 2006–?) — Paget Brewster: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”
  • Supervisory Special Agent David Stephen “Dave” Rossi, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Supervising Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (October 31, 2007–Present) — Joe Mantegna: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Peter Burke, M.Acc. (Accounting), B.S. (Mathematics), FBI White Collar Crime Unit — Team Leader, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (October 23, 2009–?) — Tim DeKay: “Jr. Agt. Richard Castle, FBI”, “From the Case Files of Richard Castle, FBI”
  • Supervisory Special Agent Jordan Shaw, Ph.D. (Criminology), FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Team Leader/Profiler, FBI New York Field Office (Behavioral Analysis Unit) (March 22, 2010–Present) — Dana Delany: “Of Officers and Agents”, “Jr. Agt. Richard Castle, FBI”, “From the Case Files of Richard Castle, FBI”

Senior special agents Edit

  • Senior Special Agent Colby Granger, FBI Violent Crimes Squad — Senior Field Agent, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (October 3, 2008–?) — Dylan Bruno: Numb3rs
  • Senior Special Agent Hayes Flynn, FBI (KIA, 2013) — Senior Field Agent, FBI Headquarters (Criminal Investigative Division) (May 14, 2012–October 7, 2013, KIA) — Reed Diamond: Bones
  • Senior Special Agent Donald Ressler, FBI Counterterrorism Division — Senior Field Agent, FBI Counterterrorism Division (September 23, 2013–Present) — Diego Klattenhoff: The Blacklist
  • Senior Special Agent Elijah Mundo, FBI Cybercrimes Division — Senior Field Agent, FBI Cybercrimes Division (March 4, 2015–?) — James Van Der Beek: CSI: Cyber
  • Senior Special Agent Grace Miller, FBI Internal Investigations — Senior Field Agent, FBI Headquarters (Internal Investigations) (October 1, 2015–?) — Kim Raver: Bones

Special agents Edit

  • Special Agent (Dr.) Stanley “Stan” Goodspeed, Ph.D. (Chemical engineering), FBI — Field Agent/Chemical Weapons Specialist, Federal Bureau of Investigation (June 7, 1996–?) — Nicolas Cage: The Rock
  • Special Agent Ashley Fallon, FBI (killed, 1999) — Field Agent, FBI San Francisco Field Office (1999–February 3, 1999, killed) — Jocelyn Seagrave: Charmed – “The Wendigo”
  • Special Agent Bruce Jackman, FBI (killed, 2002) — Field Agent, FBI San Francisco Field Office (2002–May 16, 2002, killed) — Bruce Campbell: Charmed – “Witch Way Now?”
  • Special Agent Seeley Joseph Booth, FBI — FBI Liaison Officer, Jeffersonian Institute Medico-Legal Lab (September 13, 2005–Present) — David Boreanaz: Bones, Sleepy Hollow – “Dead Men Tell No Tales”
  • Special Agent Dana Lewis, FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (incarcerated, 2013) — Undercover Agent, FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (November 1, 2005–February 13, 2013, incarcerated) — Marcia Gay Harden: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • Special Agent Timothy “Sully” Sullivan, FBI (resigned, 2007) — Field Agent, FBI Headquarters (Criminal Investigative Division) (February 7, 2007–March 21, 2007, resigned) — Eddie McClintock: Bones
  • Special Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Warner, FBI Violent Crimes Squad — Field Agent, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (October 3, 2008–?) — Aya Sumika: Numb3rs
  • Special Agent Nikki Betancourt, J.D., FBI Violent Crimes Squad — Field Agent, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (October 3, 2008–?) — Sophina Brown: Numb3rs
  • Special Agent Payton Perotta, B.Sc. (Forensic science), FBI — Field Agent, FBI Headquarters (Criminal Investigative Division) (January 22, 2009–?) — Marisa Coughlan: Bones
  • Special Agent Lauren Cruz, FBI White Collar Crime Unit — Field Agent, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (October 30, 2009–March 9, 2010, transferred) — Natalie Morales: White Collar
  • Special Agent Diana Berrigan, FBI White Collar Crime Unit — Field Agent, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (July 13, 2010–December 18, 2014, transferred) — Marsha Thomason: White Collar
  • Special Agent Fritz Howard, FBI (Ret. 2014) — FBI Liaison Officer, Los Angeles Police Department (August 23, 2010–August 4, 2014, Retired) — Jon Tenney: The Closer, Major Crimes
  • Special Agent Genevieve “Genny” Shaw, FBI — Junior Field Agent, FBI Headquarters (Criminal Investigative Division) (May 12, 2011–?) — Tina Majorino: Bones
  • Special Agent (Dr.) George Huang, M.D. (Psychiatry), FBI (Ret. 2015) — Forensic Psychiatrist, FBI Oklahoma City Field Office (September 21, 2011–November 18, 2015, Retired) — B.D. Wong: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • Special Agent Ashley Seaver, FBI Domestic Trafficking Task Force — Junior Field Agent, FBI Domestic Trafficking Task Force (September 21, 2011–?) — Rachel Nichols: Criminal Minds
  • Special Agent (Dr.) Lance Sweets, Ph.D. (Psychology), FBI (KIA, 2014) — Field Agent/Forensic Psychologist, FBI Headquarters (November 17, 2011–September 25, 2014, KIA) — John Francis Daley: Bones
  • Special Agent Catherine Willows (née Flynn), B.Sc. (Medical science), FBI — Field Agent, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (January 25, 2012–September 27, 2015, transferred) — Marg Helgenberger: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • Special Agent Katherine Rose “Kate” Moretti-Ryan, FBI — Field Agent, FBI Chicago Field Office (July 9, 2012–?) — Rachael Leigh Cook: Perception
  • Special Agent Kyle Collins, FBI Office of International Affairs — Field Agent, FBI Office of International Affairs (July 10, 2012–?) — Mekhi Phifer: White Collar
  • Special Agent Olivia Sparling, FBI — Junior Field Agent, FBI Headquarters (Criminal Investigative Division) (October 1, 2012–?) — Danielle Panabaker: Bones
  • Special Agent (Dr.) Elizabeth Scott Keen, Ph.D. (Forensic psychology), FBI Counterterrorism Division — Field Agent/Profiler, FBI Counterterrorism Division (September 23, 2013–Present) — Megan Boone: The Blacklist
  • Special Agent James Aubrey, FBI — Field Agent, FBI Headquarters (Criminal Investigative Division) (September 25, 2014–Present) — John Boyd: Bones
  • Special Agent Daniel Krumitz, FBI Cybercrimes Division — Field Agent, FBI Cybercrimes Division (March 4, 2015–?) — Charley Koontz: CSI: Cyber
  • Special Agent Edgar Reade, FBI Critical Incident Response Group (resigned, 2017) — Field Agent, FBI New York Field Office (Critical Incident Response Group) (September 21, 2015–March 29, 2017, resigned) — Rob Brown: Blindspot
  • Special Agent Tasha Zapata, FBI Critical Incident Response Group — Field Agent, FBI New York Field Office (Critical Incident Response Group) (September 21, 2015–Present) — Audrey Esparza: Blindspot
  • Special Agent Patterson, FBI Forensic Science Unit — Field Agent, FBI New York Field Office (Forensic Science Unit) (September 21, 2015–Present) — Ashley Johnson: Blindspot
  • Special Agent (Dr.) Mae Jarvis, M.E., M.D., FBI International Response Team — Field Agent/Medical Examiner, FBI International Response Team (2016–Present) — Annie Funke: Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders
  • Special Agent Brody Nelson, FBI Cybercrimes Division — Probationary Field Agent, FBI Cybercrimes Division (March 13, 2016–?) — Shad Moss: CSI: Cyber
  • Special Agent Hannah Wells, FBI — Field Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (September 21, 2016–Present) — Maggie Q: Designated Survivor

Fanfiction Edit

  • Special Agent Richard Edgar “Rick” Castle, M.A. (English, Criminology), FBI (born: Richard Alexander Rodgers) — Junior Field Agent, FBI New York Field Office (June 4, 2010–Present) — Nathan Fillion: “Of Officers and Agents”, “Jr. Agt. Richard Castle, FBI”, “From the Case Files of Richard Castle, FBI”

Other personnel Edit

  • Technical Analyst Penelope Garcia, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Technical Analyst, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (2004–Present); Communications & Media Liaison, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (October 13, 2010–Present); Technical Analyst, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (Red Cell) (February 16, 2011–?) — Kirsten Vangsness: Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders – “Denial”, “Lost Souls”
  • Technical Operator Aram Mojtabai, FBI Counterterrorism Division — Technical Operator, FBI Counterterrorism Division (October 7, 2013–Present) — Amir Arison: The Blacklist
  • Director of Next Generation Cyber Forensics Diebenkorn “D.B.” Russell, FBI Cybercrimes Division (Ret. 2016) — Director of Next Generation Cyber Forensics, FBI Cybercrimes Division (October 4, 2015–March 13, 2016, Retired) — Ted Danson: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: New York – “Seth and Apep”, CSI: Cyber

Fanfiction Edit

  • Technical Analyst Penelope Garcia, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Technical Analyst, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (2004–Present) — Kirsten Vangsness: “A Rose by Any Other Name”, “Perfect”

Civilian consultants Edit

  • Professor (Dr.) Charles Edward “Charlie” Eppes, Ph.D. (Applied mathematics), FBI Violent Crimes Squad — Civilian Consultant, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (January 23, 2005–?) — David Krumholtz: Numb3rs
  • Professor (Dr.) Amita Eppes (née Ramanujan), Ph.D. (Computational mathematics, Astrophysics), FBI Violent Crimes Squad — Civilian Consultant, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (January 23, 2005–?) — Navi Rawat: Numb3rs
  • Professor (Dr.) Lawrence “Larry Fleinhardt, Ph.D. (Physics), FBI Violent Crimes Squad — Civilian Consultant, FBI Los Angeles Field Office (Violent Crimes Squad) (January 23, 2005–?) — Peter MacNicol: Numb3rs
  • Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan-Booth, Ph.D. (Forensic anthropology, Anthropology, Kinesiology), FBI — Forensic Anthropologist, Federal Bureau of Investigation (September 13, 2005–Present) — Emily Deschanel: Bones, Sleepy Hollow – “Dead Men Tell No Tales”
  • Neal George Caffrey, FBI White Collar Crime Unit (born: Neal George Bennett) (faked death, 2014) — Criminal Consultant, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (October 23, 2009–December 18, 2014, faked death) — Matt Bomer: White Collar
  • Mozzie “Moz”, the Dentist of Detroit (born: Theodore “Teddy” Winters) — Confidential informant, FBI New York Field Office (White Collar Crime Unit) (October 23, 2009–?) — Willie Garson: White Collar
  • Professor (Dr.) Daniel J. Pierce, M.D. (Neuropsychiatry), FBI — Civilian Consultant, FBI Chicago Field Office (July 9, 2012–?) — Eric McCormack: Perception
  • Raymond “Ray” Reddington, FBI Counterterrorism Division — Confidential informant, FBI Counterterrorism Division (September 23, 2013–Present) — James Spader: The Blacklist
  • Jane Doe, FBI Critical Incident Response Group (born: Alice “Remi” Kruger) — Civilian Consultant, FBI New York Field Office (Critical Incident Response Group) (September 21, 2015–Present) — Jaimie Alexander: Blindspot
  • Raven Ramirez, FBI Cybercrimes Division — Civilian Consultant, FBI Cybercrimes Division (March 13, 2016–?) — Hayley Kiyoko: CSI: Cyber

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