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James Haskell is the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency under the administration of President Allan Trumbull.

Biography[]

Angel Has Fallen[]

After the assassination attempt on President Trumbull, James Haskell was present in the Oval Office with Vice President Martin Kirby and other officials with potential intel that Mike Banning had colluded with the Russian government to carry out the strike. When Vice President Kirby asked how solid the intel was, Haskell responded that it was tricky to be sure and that it was hard to prove if the Russians were really involved or if it was an outside hacker, to which Kirby responded that an outside hacker wouldn't pay $10 million for assassinations.

Behind the Scenes[]

James Haskell was portrayed by Mark Arnold in Angel Has Fallen.

Appearances[]



Characters
Mike Banning - President Benjamin Asher - Allan Trumbull - Lynne Jacobs - Leah Banning - Secretary of Defense Ruth McMillan - General Edward Clegg - Ray Monroe
Olympus Has Fallen characters
Protagonists Agent Roma - Agent O'Neil - Agent Jones
Antagonists Kang Yeonsak - Dave Forbes - Lim - Cho - Yu
Other characters Connor Asher - Margaret Asher - Vice President Charlie Rodriguez - Prime Minister Lee Tae-Woo - Admiral Joe Hoenig - Mark Diaz
London Has Fallen characters
Protagonists Jacqueline "Jax" Marshall - D.C. Mason - Kevin Hazard - Will Davies - Agent Voight - Agent Bronson
Antagonists Aamir Barkawi - Kamran Barkawi - John Lancaster - Sultan Mansoor - Raza Mansoor
Other characters Doris - Prime Minister Robert Bowman - President Jacques Mainard - Chancellor Agnes Bruckner - Prime Minister Antonio Gusto - Prime Minister Tsutomu Nakushima
Angel Has Fallen characters
Protagonists Clay Banning - David Gentry - Helen Thompson - Sam Wilcox - Agent Murphy
Antagonists Martin Kirby - Wade Jennings - Travis Cole - Bruno - Frost
Other characters Ramirez - Peterson - James Haskell - Admiral Paul Sebring
Night Has Fallen characters
Protagonists
Antagonists
Other characters
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