Jordan Collier

Jordan Collier is a fictional character on the USA Network science fiction television series The 4400. He is portrayed by American actor Billy Campbell.

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Lockdown (The 4400) - Plot
... his laptop computer to check if he has new email, he receives one stating it is Jordan Collier’s birthday today and when he clicks it his computer screen goes black with red text stating ... Tom asks if anyone else received the Jordan Collier email this morning and if they know the source of it ...
Becoming (The 4400 Episode) - Episode List - Season 4 (2007)
2007-06-24) Kyle receives a lead from Cassie, leading to a book containing a prophecy about Jordan Collier 3 ... "Audrey Parker's Come and Gone" Colin Bucksey Nick Wauters July 1, 2007 (200 ... Michael Narducci July 15, 2007 (2007-07-15) Tom locates Jordan Collier, who is living in a small town ... their mission the destruction of Jordan Collier and negation of the 4400's effect on the timeline ...
List Of The 4400 Characters - Recurring Characters - The Marked
... and to stop the 4400 - in particular, Jordan Collier ... host so that he can be implanted into another host, Jordan Collier ... Baldwin then forces Isabelle to kidnap Collier ...
List Of The 4400 Characters - Minor Characters - Introduced in Season 2
... Moore /Jody Thompson S02E03 None (Deceased) An employee at the 4400 Center and one of Jordan Collier's many lovers ... Devon was the first to take promicin after Collier stole Haspelcorp's supply ... Megan Doyle, Diana, Maia, Shawn, Isabelle, Kyle, Jordan Collier, Marco, Brady and P.J ...

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    Oh, what’s the matter wi’ you, my lass,
    An’ where’s your dashin Jimmy?
    The sowdger boys have picked him up
    And sent him far, far frae me.
    —Unknown. Jimmy’s Enlisted; or, The Recruited Collier (l. 1–4)

    As a child I was taught that to tell the truth was often painful. As an adult I have learned that not to tell the truth is more painful, and that the fear of telling the truth—whatever the truth may be—that fear is the most painful sensation of a moral life.
    —June Jordan (b. 1936)