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Ihre bekannteste Rolle ist die der Kathryn Nemec / Mr. Kaplan in der Serie The Blacklist. In diesem Artikel oder Abschnitt fehlen noch folgende wichtige. In Staffel 3 von "The Blacklist" trifft Kate Kaplan (Susan Blommaert) eine folgenschwere Entscheidung, die sie in Staffel 4 einen grausamen Weg gegen. Mr. Kaplan was meant to be played by a guy, until Susan Blommaert came along. The Blacklist's Greatest Charade: Why we still don't have the truth of the.

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Red ist hinter einem erstklassigen Verbrecher her, der von Mr. Kaplan für einen mysteriösen Auftrag angeheuert wurde. Aram steht vor einer schwierigen Entscheidung, als Agent Gale zu extremen Maßnahmen für seine Ermittlungen greift. Kathryn Nemec kurz Kate oder auch Mr. Kaplan ist eine Putzkraft und enge Beraterin von Raymond. Mr. Kaplan ist eine langjährige Mitarbeiterin von Raymond Reddington, die für ihn meistens Tatorte säubert und Leichen verschwinden lässt. In Staffel 3 von "The Blacklist" trifft Kate Kaplan (Susan Blommaert) eine folgenschwere Entscheidung, die sie in Staffel 4 einen grausamen Weg gegen. The Blacklist: Das ist Mr. Kaplan. Susan Blommaert spielt Reds mysteriöse Vertraute. August um Uhr. Inhaltsangabe zu der Episode The Blacklist 4x «Mr. Kaplan: Conclusion (2)». Red (James Spader) setzt einen riskanten Plan in Gang, um. Mr. Kaplan was meant to be played by a guy, until Susan Blommaert came along. The Blacklist's Greatest Charade: Why we still don't have the truth of the.

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Inhaltsangabe zu der Episode The Blacklist 4x «Mr. Kaplan: Conclusion (2)». Red (James Spader) setzt einen riskanten Plan in Gang, um. Red ist hinter einem erstklassigen Verbrecher her, der von Mr. Kaplan für einen mysteriösen Auftrag angeheuert wurde. Aram steht vor einer schwierigen Entscheidung, als Agent Gale zu extremen Maßnahmen für seine Ermittlungen greift. Reddington findet einen Hinweis, dass Diane Fowler Garrick unterstützt hatte. Er erschießt Fowler und lässt den Tatort von „Mr. Kaplan“ säubern. Jolene und Tom​. Reddington findet einen Hinweis, dass Diane Fowler Garrick unterstützt hatte. Er erschießt Fowler und lässt den Tatort von „Mr. Kaplan“ säubern. Jolene und Tom​. Ihre bekannteste Rolle ist die der Kathryn Nemec / Mr. Kaplan in der Serie The Blacklist. In diesem Artikel oder Abschnitt fehlen noch folgende wichtige.

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It's also there he begins to feel guilty for having to tell Ressler about Samar's plans to help Liz and Red. As she leaves, Aram realizes the extent of what could happen to Keen if the Cabal get their hands on her and has to decide where his loyalties lie.

When Liz is arrested and the Director comes to take her into custody, Aram changes the password to her cell to lock him out.

The Director cuts off Liz's air to force Aram to give up the password. Aram then confronts the Director at gunpoint in a desperate attempt to stop him from taking Liz.

She persuades Aram to stand down, but in the process he buys enough time for Cynthia Panabaker, the White House counsel, to arrive and transfer Liz to a federal courthouse under Ressler's direct supervision.

Aram later joins Red's team to kidnap the Director and exonerate Liz by using his computer skills to hack an elevator's controls to make it go to the wrong floor.

The mission is a success and Liz is exonerated of all but the murder of Tom Connolly, for which she agrees to a plea of involuntary manslaughter and is set free.

In "Miles McGrath", it's revealed that Aram has been seeing someone else, a woman named Janet Sutherland, and his relationship with Samar suffers a falling out when he finds out about her plans for a transfer.

At the end of "Gaia", Aram coldly tells Samar that he's glad she's leaving the team when he found out that she blamed him for an action Cooper did on his behalf as it was against his morals to kill again.

He also mentions he only congratulated her out of respect for both Ressler and Cooper. Aram tells Samar that he's very angry at her because he wished she had told him about her plans to transfer and slams the door in her face.

She was suspected by Samar and Ressler the whole time and they present their evidence to him, finding that he has already figured out she is a mole.

When Aram discovers this, he regrets how he treated Samar after learning she did love him. Using himself as bait, he is able to keep Janet occupied long enough for Ressler to arrest her.

At the end of the episode, Aram is comforted by Samar and realizes his feelings for her. He is happy when she admits she rescinded her transfer papers and decided to stay.

Aram is forced to aid in the prison break of a man about to be executed and witnesses the Architect's brutality in securing the man's freedom.

Aram is rescued by Samir and Ressler, but the Architect makes an escape. Recognizing that more people will die if the Architect escapes and shaken by what he has witnessed, Aram kills the Architect with his own portable coilgun without hesitation.

When he is shaken again by his actions, Samar comforted Aram and convinces him that he did the right thing in killing the Architect.

After helping Dembe find a name as a clue, he returns to the Post Office to catch Janet and Samar in a confrontation. Though he is able to defuse the situation by escorting Janet away from Samar, Aram becomes worried for her when she leaves work without talking to him.

Kaplan", Aram is about to go speed walking with Janet until he is ordered by a man to appear before an inquiry involving the Task Force. Despite defending the Task Force and Red, he is imprisoned in the same cell that Liz was held in.

Kaplan, Conclusion", Aram learns about Janet testifying against him to protect her deal and why Samar never told him about it out of a need to protect him.

He realizes that she wasn't right for him and ends their relationship for good. Coming back to the Task Force, Aram realizes Samar's feelings for him and shares a kiss with her.

Samar Navabi is a Mossad agent from Iran. She is a highly skilled interrogator. She first appears in the season 2 premiere, "Lord Baltimore", in which she briefly captures and interrogates Reddington.

Later she joins the Blacklist task force on an indefinite basis. She appears to be colluding with Reddington for an unknown purpose.

In "Zal Bin Hassan", Samar's past is revealed and how she witnessed the death of her parents. Red then scolds her knowing that she almost had her family's killer back in Cairo, but missed one key element that led to both her partner being killed and Samar being hospitalized.

She has an emotional reunion with her brother, Shahin, who was believed to have died years earlier in a bombing.

However, Samar soon discovers that her brother is not who she believes him to be, and is in fact the very terrorist she had spent years hunting.

She helps her former partner Levi destroy important documents, but she is captured by her brother and taken to the harbor, where Reddington intercepts them, freeing Samar and capturing Shahin.

Reddington asks Samar to let him take Shahin for his own purposes, and she sadly agrees, saying her brother died long ago. Afterwards, Samar and Ressler become intimate.

Samar secretly helps Liz locate Reddington after he is kidnapped. When Ressler finds out and confronts her, she admits to it and to previously tipping Liz and Tom off to help them evade the FBI, arguing that if Liz is arrested, she will inevitably be killed by the Cabal.

In response, Ressler promptly fires Samar from the task force. She then joins Reddington and helps him carry out his plan to exonerate Liz. After Liz is released, Samar rejoins the task force.

In "Gaia", she and Aram fought over her plans to transfer, with the latter admitting that he only congratulated her out of respect for both Ressler and Cooper.

When he tells her off how he truly felt and leaves, only then Samar begins to feel guilty for hurting Aram. In "The Lindquist Concerns", Samar is comforted by Ressler and she trusts him enough to tell him of her suspicions on Aram's girlfriend, Janet, being up to no good.

In "The Thrushes", she and Ressler confirm their suspicions to Cooper about Janet before confronting him about it. When Samar revealed the knowledge that she and Ressler investigated her being an operative working for Kirk to gain FBI files, Aram regretted how he treated her.

After the operative is arrested, Samar comforts Aram and pleases him by admitting she rescinded on her transfer papers. In Dr. She confronts him on the phone with the belief he has plans to kill Bloom.

Red evades Samar's question, but only mentions he will expose the truth soon. She deliberately misleads Aram when he begins investigating the incident.

After the task force finds out the truth, Cooper upbraids her for deceiving him and tells her to figure out whether her loyalties lie with Mossad or the FBI.

She asks Aram out for a drink, but he turns her down, telling her he has had too many bad experiences with women he cannot trust.

Later she meets with her ex-partner and sometime lover Levi, but declines to resume their relationship, confessing to him that she is "in love with someone else".

In "Dembe Zuma" while trying to work together, Samar and Janet had a serious confrontation with the latter admitting that when she met Aram, he was just like Samar before she taught him how to have fun.

She tells Samar that she knows about her feelings for Aram and would never admit it out of fear. Samar doesn't talk to Aram and leaves, apparently shaken by the fact Janet knew that she had feelings for him.

She is accepted, but declines upon learning that Aram recommended her for the fellowship, believing he only did so out of guilt for not telling her about resuming his relationship with Janet.

Kaplan: Conclusion", Samar investigates Janet after Aram is imprisoned for failing to cooperate with a grand jury investigating the task force. She discovers Janet's criminal record was expunged in exchange for her persuading Aram to testify against the task force.

She visits Aram in jail, but chooses not to tell him about Janet's involvement after he says that Janet's support is keeping him sane. Later, Aram learns this and breaks up with Janet.

He asks Samar why she kept silent. When she replies it was because Janet made him happy, he kisses her. Samar calls Aram to say goodbye, telling Aram that if he had proposed, she would have accepted.

Aram manages to find Samar in time to save her life; however, she is left on life support. According to Ressler, Samar went a long time without oxygen and all the doctors know for sure is that she cannot currently breathe on her own and may never be able to again.

Despite this, Aram refuses to give up on her, playing the comatose Samar music and officially proposing to her before placing his grandmother's ring on her finger.

Samar realizes the near-drowning has left her with permanent brain damage. After attempting to hide it from Aram and the Task Force, she realizes she can no longer continue her duties after she becomes incapacitated while pursuing Bastien Moreau.

Rather than tell Cooper the truth, she resigns from the task force. It is revealed that she has vascular dementia and her condition will only deteriorate along with her memory.

She escapes with Aram only to be tracked down by a second group of Israelis, and Aram is able to call in support and stop the attack.

Aram decides to stick with Samar and secures new passports from the task force, but she flees the country with the help of Red, leaving a devastated Aram behind to protect Reddington.

Portrayed by Hisham Tawfiq. Reddington's trusted and loyal bodyguard, driver, factotum, and confidante, Dembe Zuma Blacklister No.

It was assumed that he was Raymond Reddington's bodyguard. The episode "The Mombasa Cartel" revealed that he was born the youngest son of a farmer named Samwel Zuma.

When he reported a number of low-ranking operatives of a poaching organization, the Mombasa Cartel, to the authorities, the cartel killed Dembe's father, mother and siblings and sold him to human traffickers.

At some point, he was being held by the Eberhardt Cartel. He spent eight years in the world of human trafficking and was enslaved until the age of 14, when Reddington found him half-dead and chained to a pipe in the basement of a brothel in Nairobi.

Reddington took care of him, nursed him back to health and made sure he got an education. Dembe eventually got a bachelor's degree in English Literature, learned to speak four languages fluently and learned six others well enough to get by.

Dembe rarely speaks, and does not converse without being close to Reddington. In "The Troll Farmer", it is revealed that Dembe has a daughter and a granddaughter whom Matias Solomon uses as leverage to force him to surrender to him.

In "Eli Matchett" Dembe is further tortured by Solomon's associates for refusing to disclose Red's whereabouts.

He later finds Mr. Vargas in the same situation, and the two team up to escape. However, Vargas betrays Dembe and shoots him. Dembe rescues Red and Liz from Solomon before collapsing from his injuries.

After Reddington shoots Mr. Kaplan and leaves her for dead in "Mato", Dembe's relationship with Reddington becomes increasingly strained.

Eventually, he says to Liz that he no longer recognizes Reddington, and tells her he killed Mr. In "The Apothecary", Dembe disappears after apparently poisoning Reddington.

It is later revealed that he was innocent, but fled to find the true culprit. With Aram's help, he discovers that Mr.

Kaplan was alive and was responsible. Reddington finds Alina bureaucratic and by-the-book, preferring Frankie instead. Reddington deliberately sets out to disgust Alina, causing her to turn down the job.

When Frankie takes Reddington hostage, Alina pursues her and nearly stabs her to death. Seeing Alina's brutality, Reddington changes his mind and agrees to give her the position.

Alina accepts, on the condition that she tell Liz what happened in Anchorage. It is later revealed Alina fell into disgrace in the Anchorage FBI after flouting the law to catch her mother's ex-boyfriend, whom she blamed for her mother's fatal overdose.

Upon encountering this ex-boyfriend on her return to Anchorage, Alina chooses not to kill him and allows the police to arrest him instead.

Susan "Scottie" Hargrave Blacklister No. She has an estranged husband, Howard, who is an old friend of Reddington. She is also Tom Keen's mother though to her he's been missing for twenty-eight years and she doesn't know what happened to him.

Tom Keen photographed her meeting with Cynthia Panabaker. After learning she was involved with Elizabeth Keen's death, Reddington attacks Hargrave's operations to force her to meet with him.

She agrees, setting a trap for him. Reddington is alerted to the trap by Tom, and turns the tables, capturing Hargrave instead. She denies any responsibility in Liz's death, but reveals that she was contracted to capture Liz by a man named Alexander Kirk.

Reddington then proposes a temporary alliance with her. Impressed by Tom's skills, she offers to hire him as an employee of Halcyon.

In "Ruin," Hargrave returns to visit a newly widowed Liz, having been exonerated for the crimes her husband framed her for through Tom's testimony.

She takes temporary custody of Agnes while Liz deals with her anger and grief. A mercenary who works for Susan Hargrave.

Nez has struggled with addiction before and during the series she relapses. Matias Solomon Blacklister No. He was formerly a CIA asset in Ethiopia, working with Laurel Hitchin, but the agency ended its relationship with him when he proved to be too brutal even for them.

He is soft-spoken and courteous but highly sadistic, with a predilection for torturing his victims. He also has a tendency to leave his men to die while he escapes.

He visits Peter Kotsiopulos' office as a representative of the Cabal, reprimanding the Director for his inability to prevent Reddington from releasing the Fulcrum and threatening that continued failure would mean his life.

He viciously tortures Dembe for information on Reddington's location, but fails to break him. Through a deception involving Mr. Vargas, Solomon finally tricks Dembe into revealing the information and captures Reddington and Liz.

However, Dembe rescues them and drives Solomon off. In "Sir Crispin Crandall", while trying to fire at Red and Liz, he finds himself trapped with all of the most intelligent people in cryogenics.

Solomon visits Peter again and warns him of his position in the Cabal. Peter then reprimands him for trying to revolt and forces Solomon's cooperation.

During interrogation, the Director tortures Solomon by forcing him to swallow fishhooks, a ruse intended to convince the FBI that the Director is not in league with him.

Solomon is then released. He captures Tom at gunpoint and demands that Ressler hand Karakurt over. However, Cooper knocks him out from behind, and Ressler arrests him.

While being transported by federal agents, Solomon is rescued by an unknown person driving a Rolls Royce. Then, working for Susan Hargrave, he plots to steal a nuclear weapon.

This plot turns out to be a decoy to divert the FBI's attention from his real mission: capturing Liz Keen.

He and his men surround the church where Liz and Tom are about to be married and demand that Liz come with them or they will kill everyone else and take her by force.

However, Reddington, Tom, and the task force members are able to fend off Solomon's men long enough for Ressler to come to the rescue, allowing Liz and Tom to escape.

He chases Liz again after her escape and hunts her ambulance as Red tries to take her to the hospital to save her life.

Solomon is able to disable Red's vehicle and pins him and his men down. Eventually FBI backup arrives and Solomon flees as his men are killed.

However, the delay in getting to the hospital caused by Solomon's attack causes Liz to apparently die due to complications during childbirth.

In "Alexander Kirk", Solomon and Tom are forced to work together in an operation to take down Blacklister Alexander Kirk who had orchestrated the attack on Liz.

During the mission, Tom and Solomon rob a pharmacy together and Tom shoots Solomon in the gut in revenge for the attempt on Liz's life.

Minutes later the police enter to find a pool of blood but no sign of Solomon himself. The Blacklist is a list of criminals that Raymond Reddington has compiled in his illegal business dealings.

Names on the list are criminals that the FBI does not have overwhelming evidence against, hence why they have never been caught.

Some criminals are unknown to the FBI, or have avoided leaving behind the needed evidence for conviction, or live a high-profile public life whilst concealing their criminal behaviour.

It is unknown how many members the list contains, but the highest number revealed on the list so far is in the comic book series and in the TV series.

It is unknown what criteria Red is using to determine each member's position on the Blacklist, but most of the lowest numbers revealed so far e.

Katarina Rostova, No. Kaplan, No. The identities of many of the lowest numbers on the Blacklist remain unrevealed to date. The Pavlovich brothers Blacklisters No.

Working together as a team, they used high firepower and ruthless tactics to achieve their goals. They then kidnapped a Chinese scientist who had been rescued by the CIA.

Later, Raymond Reddington hired them to kidnap Tom Keen. They delivered Tom to Elizabeth Keen. Portrayed by Tom Noonan season 1, episode 4; season 2, episode 8.

Stanley R. Kornish Blacklister No. Working for whoever could afford his services, he used his expert knowledge of chemicals to dissolve corpses until there was almost nothing left.

He kept a photo of and a tooth from each victim as a souvenir. His dog accompanied him on his disposals. He explains that Zoe was brought to Kornish, for him to make her disappear.

Gina Zanetakos Blacklister No. Raymond Reddington said she once contacted him for help in assassinating a Supreme Court judge.

He also claimed that she was a former lover of Tom Keen. She worked for the Major. Using the alias Shubie Hartwell, she entered the United States.

She was hired by the Hanar Group to detonate a dirty bomb in the Port of Houston. The explosion would have allowed the Hanar investors to profit from the re-routing of sea shipping to New Orleans.

After being captured, she was allowed a plea bargain since the bomb had not devastated the port. A search of her apartment produced a photograph of Tom Keen who she claims not to know.

When questioned about the murder of Victor Fokin, she claims to have committed the crime on the orders of Raymond Reddington. Gina is eventually released from prison.

Tom contacts her, looking for work to provide for Liz and his unborn baby. Gina reluctantly brings him in to work on a jewelry heist.

After they pull off the heist, she asks him to run away with her, and he refuses. She then double-crosses him and has him shot, but he survives.

He then confronts her at gunpoint and demands that she persuade the Major to let him walk away from their organization, and she agrees.

Later she is seen on the phone with an unknown person, talking about Tom. Gina and the Major ambush Tom in Liz's apartment.

The Major is about to kill Tom when Gina decides to kill the Major instead and leaves Tom to bury the body. Anslo Garrick Blacklister No.

He worked almost exclusively with a unit of highly armed, countryless mercenaries known as "the Wild Bunch". At some point he and Raymond Reddington worked together, though the alliance ended in when Garrick gave the FBI his train number and itenerary for a stop at Waterloo station in Brussels.

Once Red arrived, a hit squad led by Donald Ressler made an attempt on his life, but failed. Red realized that Garrick had betrayed him and shot him in the face, damaging the right side of his face and apparently blinding his right eye.

However, Garrick survived and spent 5 years in a prison described as a "black hole". To remind himself of the incident, Garrick never had the facial scarring repaired by surgery.

He was hired by Alan Fitch to kidnap Reddington. He succeeded in extracting Reddington from the FBI's custody, and tortured him.

Reddington ultimately killed him by stabbing him in the neck in "Anslo Garrick Conclusion". Madeline Pratt Blacklister No.

Behind the facade, she forms relationships and affiliations with powerful, influential people and then uses those connections to commit million dollar heists.

Reddington credits her with the theft of 6 million dollars' worth of diamonds from a De Beers outpost in Congo and a heist on a mint in Prague in which the security fibers used to print the Czech koruna were stolen and then used to print counterfeit banknotes.

She had a previous romantic connection with Reddington, which he broke off. She met with Elizabeth Keen, whom Red had said was a career thief.

After using Red and Liz as a diversion to allow her to steal the Effigy of Atargatis, she sold it to the Russian mafia after removing the Kungar 6 list.

Red tricked her into revealing the location of the nuclear warheads and allowed her to escape. Later she stole a painting from Red as revenge leaving the second note.

In the second-season episode "T. Milos Kirchoff Blacklister No. Notorious for sending his enemies to the gulags in Siberia, he was a loyal servant of the Soviet Union.

In , near the end of the Cold War , Kirchoff took part in a meeting in Kursk with other Soviet officials on how to combat their more progressive countrymen who wanted the Soviet Union dissolved.

The meeting was interrupted when a bomb went off, killing 15 attendants and the last of the old Soviet resistance. Shortly after that, Kirchoff's daughter was suspected of falling in love with a dissident and imprisoned.

He used his connections to help her escape, but the Kremlin found out and decided to use him as an example to the Motherland. He was put in a Siberian gulag where a lot of people he had put away were imprisoned.

One day, he was sent a pocket watch he had given his daughter. Over several months, he was sent several body parts and was led to believe that they were hers and that Reddington was behind it.

In reality, Fitch sent body parts belonging to someone else and helped Kirchoff's daughter escape to the United States, but not before convincing her that her father was responsible for the bombing.

Eventually, Kirchoff sharpened one of the bones he had been sent into a weapon, killed the people holding him captive and escaped and formed his criminal syndicate under the alias "Berlin".

During the first eight episodes of the second season , Red meets with Milos Kirchoff again, who once more blames him for his daughter's death and intends to hurt Red by going after Zoe, whom he assumes is Red's daughter.

Red reveals that Milos Kirchoff's daughter Zoe is actually alive and someone else in Milos Kirchoff's faction had lied to him about her being killed.

He is soon reunited with his daughter, who had been living under an assumed name as Zoe D'Antonio. In the episode " The Decembrist ", after being reunited with Zoe, Milos learned the truth of Red's innocence.

He was furious with Alan Fitch for lying to him about her death and takes action. Milos orders his agents to abduct Fitch and strap a pipe bomb on him, intending to kill him.

Using Zoe to gain the access numbers to free Fitch, Red holds Milos at gunpoint. Red returns to the warehouse where he is holding Milos prisoner with a bottle of vodka and places 2 shot glasses in front of Milos.

After they reminisce about the Cold War and finish the bottle, Red kills Milos. Luther Todd Braxton Blacklister No. He typically organizes his operations to take place during wars, natural disasters or other upheavals and take advantage of the surrounding chaos to cover them up.

He is credited with stealing million dollars from Baghdad during Operation Shock and Awe and the abduction of a CIA asset from Tehran during the —10 Iranian election protests.

Braxton has a past with Reddington, including an incident in Belgrade where Braxton bested him, killing Red's local point man, Henkel, and hanging him by the neck with one of Reddington's own neckties.

While serving in the Gulf War , Braxton was involved in a traumatic friendly fire incident in Khafji. He was successfully given therapy to have the memories of it removed.

He was hired by the Director to get the Fulcrum, and captured and interrogated Liz to find it, subjecting her to therapy to help recover blocked memories from her past that related to the Fulcrum.

He was killed by Reddington in episode 10 of season 2. The persons are trained to act as spies for various clients. Once an agent has been assigned, they are to only contact the Major if the situation is "mission critical".

The terrorist Gina Zanetakos also works for him. Die Entrechteten German: "The Disenfranchised" are a neo-nazi movement that smuggle drugs and weapons around Europe.

Tom had a contract to infiltrate inside, until Reddington lied to them about Tom being an informant working for the FBI in an effort to bring him back to USA and confess the murder of harbormaster Eugene Ames to free Liz from being imprisoned.

After they threatened him to kill Elizabeth if he didn't talk his motives for his infiltration, Tom and makes a deal: in exchange for Liz would not be their target, he reveals his assignment: he's going to help them solve the murder of a woman named Sarah Hastings, who was affiliated to the Germans, which is the main reason they want revenge for her death.

After accepting the truce, they let Tom and the Major go. Marvin Gerard Blacklister No. He went on to serve as prosecutor for the state of New York for 3 years, after which he made partner at his father-in-law's criminal defense firm.

While Gerard was being considered for a seat on the federal bench, his teenage son, Timothy, fell in with a bad crowd and, suffering emotional abuse from his mother, abused prescription drugs he got from her supply.

Gerard separated from his wife and filed for custody, but since his wife came from an influential family, he wasn't able to.

He eventually went so far as to kidnap Timothy to keep him away from his mother, for which he was disbarred and sentenced to 7—10 years at Federal Correctional Institution, Cumberland.

Timothy hung himself a year later. Gerard continued doing legal work behind bars, serving as shadow counsel to politicians, CEOs, and high-profile criminals, including Reddington, who apparently consulted with Gerard before he turned himself in to the FBI against Gerard's strong objections.

In "The Director, Conclusion", when Red puts together a team to exonerate Liz, he calls in Gerard as part of that team. Gerard helps them plan on how to kidnap Peter Kotsiopulos.

Once they have the Director, Red demands Laurel Hitchin exonerate Liz in exchange for Red not taking the Director to the Hague and sends in Gerard to discuss the terms of the deal with Laurel.

Eventually Gerard manages to negotiate a deal where Liz is exonerated publicly for all but the Tom Connolly murder as Liz killed him in front of witnesses and it wasn't in self-defense.

Instead, Laurel offers a plea of involuntary manslaughter with 3 years' probation. Gerard privately talks to Red and convinces him to take the deal as it will keep Liz safe and out of prison and is better than Gerard expected them to get.

Gerard later presents the deal to Liz who reluctantly signs it as she will no longer able to be an FBI agent though she can remain on the task force in a similar capacity to Red.

Thanks to Gerard's deal, Liz is later able to walk free. In "The Apothecary", Red believes Gerard poisoned him and is destroying his organization until it's revealed to be Dembe.

In "Philomena", Gerard is kidnapped by a bounty hunter, Philomena, who works for Mr. When he refuses to turn against Reddington, Kaplan leaves him bound to a lamppost, and he is arrested by the police.

He coerces Ressler into arranging his release by threatening to reveal the latter's collaboration with Reddington to Julian Gale. Zal Bin Hasaan Blacklister No.

He witnessed his parents' murder at a very young age. He faked his own death after carrying out his very first bomb attack, adopted the pseudonym "Zal Bin Hasaan", and began a career as a feared and vicious terrorist.

He evaded capture for many years, despite the best efforts of an elite Mossad task force dedicated to hunting him down.

He resurfaced in America, where he abducted six technicians working on Israel's Iron Dome defense system. Posing as a hostage, he was reunited with his sister, claiming he had gone into hiding to avoid persecution.

He and his men infiltrated a Mossad compound, seeking a list that contained the names of the members of the task force.

However, Samar and her ex-partner destroyed it when she found out his actions as a terrorist. He was captured by Red and Samar disowns Shahin, believing that he died with their parents.

Red turned him over to unnamed associates in exchange for a favor. The Artax Network Blacklister No. Matias Solomon and his employers used it to track all of Liz Keen's movements and actions.

Aram discovered this and the FBI forced Solomon's group to abandon the network. Portrayed by Lotte Verbeek younger and Laila Robins older.

Katarina Rostova Blacklister No. Her father was named Dom. In "Cape May", it is revealed that Reddington believed that she had committed suicide by drowning to protect Liz from unknown individuals who were pursuing her.

He continued to tell Liz that her mother was dead, despite receiving a painting commissioned by someone who claimed to be Rostova. However, Liz and Tom suspected she was alive.

Katarina had left a journal in the house that Kirk claimed Liz grew up in and while reading it, she learns more about Katarina's affair with Red along with the Rostov family's long history with a rare cancer.

In the season 4 episode "Requiem", it is revealed that Katarina hired Mr. Kaplan to be Liz's nanny. During this time, Katarina was forced to kill a Soviet agent in self-defense; Kaplan disposed of the body.

Later, Katarina tells Kaplan that Reddington kidnapped Liz, believing her to be his daughter. Katarina rescued Liz, but was forced to flee when both the US and Russian governments began hunting her.

She asked Kaplan to leave Liz in the care of the man who would become her foster father, Sam. Kaplan Conclusion", before her suicide Kaplan prayed for Katarina to forgive her as she dug up the suitcase and left it in a storage locker.

The suitcase was later retrieved by Tom Keen and opened it to discover skeletal remains that apparently belong to the real Raymond Reddington.

The real Reddington was the man shot by Liz on the night of the fire from which he was pulled by Katarina and her lover Ilya Koslov in an attempt to save Reddington's life.

However, Reddington died of his injuries and the two covered up his death, leading to Reddington being declared missing.

Katarina's apparent suicide was to fake her death, but her survival was exposed to Anton Velov when Katarina intervened to stop a rape at a shelter she was living at.

After a brief period in hiding, she and Ilya traveled to Moscow to warn her father, who was also her KGB handler, to leave Russia to escape the Soviet government's reprisals for her treason.

Later she tried to kill herself, but was stopped by Ilya. She then agreed to his proposal to assume Raymond Reddington's identity and gain access to his accounts, to protect her and her daughter Masha from the Cabal and to stop Reddington from being discredited as she knew he would be.

In the present, Liz locates Katarina's father who reveals that twenty-eight years before, Katarina visited him and promised to send Dom a letter to a post office box once it was safe for her again.

Though Dom checks every week, Katarina has not sent one letter despite it having been nearly thirty years. Dom is unsure if she is still alive, convinced that Katarina would've made contact if she was still around.

In "Robert Diaz" Katarina is revealed to be alive and living in Paris. A group of men takes Red away in a car and she leaves carrying only his hat.

Katarina brutally interrogates Reddington for information on an unnamed group that is pursuing her.

After Reddington escapes to Dom's house, Katarina makes an unsuccessful attempt to recapture him. She then moves into an apartment across the hall from Liz, posing as Madeleine Tolliver, a friendly retiree with an estranged daughter.

She begins insinuating herself into Liz's life, installing surveillance devices in Liz's apartment and babysitting Agnes.

While taking Agnes to the park, she inadvertently allows Agnes to see the dead body of an assailant she killed. Using knowledge gleaned from her surveillance, she finds and kidnaps "Frank Bloom", addressing him as Ilya Koslov and torturing him for information on an attempt on her life he helped engineer years ago in Belgrade.

After Liz discovers "Madeleine" is an imposter and confronts her at gunpoint, Katarina admits she is Liz's mother.

Liz helps her escape when the FBI closes in on her location. Reddington is tailing Katarina when a car runs into her vehicle and two assassins shoot her and drag away the body.

It is later revealed that Katarina faked her own death to convince Reddington to stop hunting her. She contacts Liz, promising to return when she has found out who is pursuing her.

Alexander Kirk Blacklister No. He claims to be Elizabeth Keen's father, and is suffering from an unrevealed medical condition possibly a low blood cell count.

Kirk was revealed to be the mysterious client who had hired Susan Hargrave to capture Liz. After Liz faked her death, he hires an assassin to kill Tom Keen and take Agnes.

After Reddington frames him for selling oil to rebels, Kirk is forced to appear before a congressional committee to testify.

He changes his mind at the last minute when his men discover Liz is alive. He has Liz kidnapped and brought to him, and tells her that he is her father.

Liz is in disbelief at Kirk's claims and doesn't trust him. So Kirk takes her to the house he claimed she grew up in, near Nova Scotia.

Red reveals why Kirk had kidnapped both Liz and Agnes in the first place: he is dying of a rare genetic blood disease which female relatives do not share.

Kirk intends to use Liz for a bone marrow transplant to save his own life. Adrian Shaw", Liz attempts to save Kirk through the transplant; but the DNA test performed by the hospital reveals that Kirk is not her father.

Adrian Shaw: Conclusion", Kirk escapes the hospital with Liz and is upset to learn he really isn't her father.

Kirk trades Liz for Red though the person he sends to release Liz safely tries to kill her, saying that Kirk used to be a good man until he saw her on TV on the run from the Cabal and became obsessed with her.

Liz is rescued by Ressler and Samar and with Aram's help, tracks down Kirk's location. Kirk tortures Red who confesses to being Liz's father and brings Kirk a cure.

Kirk decides to kill Red rather than release him in exchange for the cure and the two men reminisce over Katarina Rostova. As Kirk goes to kill Red, Red whispers something in his ear that causes Kirk to stop.

Both men disappear from Kirk's lab afterwards and later that night, Red tells Liz that Kirk is "gone". When Liz asks if Kirk is dead, all Red will say is that Kirk is gone with no further explanation.

Cooper berates Red for this, but Red simply tells him that Kirk is gone and won't be coming back and insists they move on.

Portrayed by Susan Blommaert and Joanna P. Adler young Kaplan. She cleans up after Liz kills one of the men watching her from across the street, and then helps Liz find Reddington.

She also disposes of the bodies of Lucy Brooks and the Cowboy once they are found by Reddington's people. In season 3, she helps Liz fake her death so she can escape from Reddington.

For this, she is shot in the head by Reddington in the second episode of season 4, but survives and is held hostage by an unknown man in "Gaia".

She later recovers and leaves. In the season 4 episode "Requiem", it is revealed that she was hired by Katarina Rostova to be young Liz's nanny.

She became friends with Katarina after discovering she was a Soviet spy and learned that she was having an affair with Reddington.

When Katarina was forced to flee and abandon her daughter, Kaplan left Liz with her foster father, Sam. Later, she fell in love with a woman named Annie Kaplan, and assumed her surname after Annie was murdered in front of her.

She then joined Reddington's employ to protect Liz, on the understanding that she would always place Liz's interests ahead of his. In the present day, she exhumes all the bodies she buried for Reddington over the years, intending to use them to destroy him.

In "Philomena", Kaplan hires Philomena, a bounty hunter, to kidnap two of Reddington's subordinates, including Marvin Gerard.

She tells Liz that she was her nanny, and warns Liz not to get involved in the fight between her and Reddington. She tracks down Liz, only to learn that Reddington engineered the kidnapping to draw her out.

When she confronts him, she declares that it is impossible for the two of them to coexist. Kaplan: Conclusion", Kaplan attacks the task force, first attempting to steal a copy of Reddington's immunity agreement with the DOJ and give it to Julian Gale.

When Reddington foils this plan, Kaplan agrees to testify about Reddington's crimes to a grand jury. Before doing so, she exhumes a suitcase containing the skeleton of an unknown individual.

The latter refuses to kill her and admits his remorse for trying in the first place, but she tells him that she has arranged for an accomplice to give Liz "the truth" after her death, then she commits suicide.

Afterwards, her accomplice, revealed to be Tom Keen, picks up the suitcase, presumably to deliver to Liz. Henry Prescott Blacklister No.

Prescott's services were later used by Ressler under the pseudonym of Frank Sturgeon to dispose of Hitchin's body after he accidentally kills her.

In "Smokey Putnum" upon discovering Ressler's true identity, Prescott blackmails him for favors if he wants his secret to remain under wraps. In "Miss Rebecca Thrall", he calls Ressler for a favor in relocating a package inside a car.

Prescott mentions that should he refuse, he will expose Ressler's secret and he will go to jail for the murder of Laurel Hitchin.

In "The Informant", while pursuing a criminal associated Prescott calls Ressler again, warning him if he pursue his clients, he will call off the deal and Ressler will go to jail.

Despite Ressler wanting to see him go to trial and be imprisoned, Red and his men attack and stop the FBI transport convoy and Red burns the imprisoned Prescott alive inside the vehicle.

Ian Garvey Blacklister No. Marshal who is running a drug distribution ring. He and his men follow Tom to his home to take both him and Liz hostage.

Taking the skeletal remains in a black bag, Garvey orders his men to kill the two. Elizabeth survives while Tom dies from his wounds. While holding on to the skeletal remains, Garvey later discovers a DNA test was done on the remains and learns who the remains belong to.

In "Pattie Sue Edwards", Garvey discovers that Singleton had learned the truth and forewarned that if he pursued criminal charges against him, Singleton's family will die.

He kills Singleton to ensure his secret remains safe, but one person witnessed the murder unfold. In "The Capricorn Killer", Garvey meets up with Red in a motel room with knowledge of the skeletal remains.

He mentions that Red should tell him why the remains are important to him. Red refuses, but mentions he will get rid of the witness and his family, if he doesn't go public with the information.

Despite Garvey agreeing to it, he also warns that if Red kills him, the truth in how Katarina died will be exposed.

However, Red foils this plan and rescues them. He later calls Garvey up, telling him that he knew he tried to take his daughter from him and also that he knows of his illegal dealings.

In "Zarak Mosadek", Garvey meets at a bar with a woman who is revealed to be Jennifer Reddington and works as a bartender. It's later revealed that he put her into the Witness Protection Program to protect her from Red and from an abusive past she and her mother both endured from him.

However, Red strikes first with the help of Sinclair using a double to pose as him, while the real Garvey is taken hostage.

While being held hostage, Red explains there's a manhunt going on for his arrest in the murder of Zarak Mosadek. While en route to collect the duffel bag containing the mysterious remains, Garvey rams his car into a parked car and escapes while leaving Red and Dembe there.

He goes over to Paul's Pub to seek Jennifer's help in getting money while instructing her to claim it's a robbery in progress.

However, Liz gets to him first via a back door and orders Garvey to tell her the whereabouts of the duffel bag. Ian soon learns about her connection to Red from Jennifer.

At the end of "Ian Garvey: Conclusion", Garvey is shot several times by Liz and Dembe when he attempts to kill Red, leaving him severely wounded.

Wanting to know what Garvey knows about the bones, Liz attempts to save his life and he is rushed to the hospital where the doctors announce they are losing his pulse.

At the beginning of "Nicholas T. Moore", it's confirmed in a conversation between Red and Liz that Garvey died of his wounds.

However, Liz is not happy as the answers he possessed died along with him. In the beginning of "Lawrence Devlin", Red learns from Joe that the duffel bag containing the unidentified bones that Reddington is seeking are in Costa Rica with a man who was claimed to be deceased, but is alive due to Garvey keeping him in Witness Protection.

Portrayed by Christopher Lambert. Bastien Moreau Blacklister No. He underwent plastic surgery to disguise his identity before attempting to bomb the UN.

After assassinating Ana Ziegler on the orders of Anna McMahon, he discovers McMahon had manipulated him into killing Ziegler under false pretenses and turns against her.

Anna McMahon Blacklister No. She hires Bastien Moreau to bomb the UN and then to assassinate Ava Ziegler, a German intelligence officer in possession of a file containing compromising information on the conspiracy.

She vehemently opposes staying Reddington's execution, but is overruled by the President when Cooper threatens to go public about Ziegler's assassination.

She is later assigned to be the Justice Department's liaison with the Task Force. Reddington believes she is connected with a terrorist group called the Third Estate, but this turns out to be a red herring planted by McMahon to divert the Task Force's attention.

Her specialty was to make bodies disappear. In fact, our first introduction to her was during the Episode Anslo Garrick Conclusion in Season 1 when she was tasked with helping clean up after Liz killed one of the men spying on her and Tom.

Another long-running question that was eventually answered was just how far back the relationship between Kate and Red. Despite her lengthy relationship with Red, Kaplan actually knew Elizabeth Keen and her mother Katarina Rostova much longer.

Kate was hired as a nanny for Liz — then known as Masha — by her mother Katarina. Kate quickly learned Katarina was a Russian asset and even helped her kill another operative that was attempting to murder Katarina.

Mr Kaplan volunteered to clean up the crime scene and dispose of the body, and her skills impressed Katarina so much that she employed her to continue that work for her when needed.

When things got too hot for Katarina, Kaplan was responsible for taking a young Liz to Sam Scott to care for her. The first was years ago, when she was shot in the head on the night Annie Kaplan was murdered.

Despite spending three weeks in a coma after that shooting, she survived. She did, however, end up with a metal plate in her head as a result.

In an interesting twist, it may have been the metal plate from the first shooting that save her in the second. After Kate betrayed Reddington, he attempted to off her by shooting her in the head.

However, Nemec survived, possibly due to the metal plate in her head from the first shooting. When Mr. Kaplan first agreed to work for Reddington, she did so with the goal of watching over Liz from afar.

Red even agreed that at some point in the future, if Kate ever had to choose between Red and Liz she would choose Liz. That day came at the end of Season 3 when we learned Liz and Tom faked their death with the help of Kathryn Nemec.

The plan went up in flames, of course, when Alexander Kirk found them where they were hiding and kidnapped the couple and their small child.

Reddington blamed the kidnapping on Nemec, and this led to the final split between Kate and Red. And this time, it seems to be for real! So what happened to Mr Kaplan?

While we were left thinking Kate might be dead after Red shot her, we learned at the start of Season 4 that a local hunter found her while she was still alive and nursed her back to health.

At this point, she had already put a plan into motion to let Elizabeth Keen know that Reddington was an imposter.

With one of her goals met, Kate jumped from a bridge to commit suicide as Red looked on. Did we leave out anything important?

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Like him or not, Donald Ressler is an important part of The Blackist.

Mr Kaplan Blacklist Mr Kaplan Blacklist Aram is rescued by Samir and Ressler, but the Architect makes an escape. Visited by a hallucination of Tom, Liz reveals what she has learned. It's also there he begins to feel guilty for having to tell Ressler about Samar's plans to help Liz and Red. Bastien Moreau Blacklister No. He changes his mind at the last minute when his men discover Liz is alive. She has yet to learn why, but he has told her that it John Aprea something to do with her missing father. After Liz is released, Samar rejoins the task force. Das Dschungelcamp 2019 deliberately misleads Aram Shameless he begins investigating the incident. Impressed by Tom's skills, Slasher offers to hire him as an employee of Halcyon.

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Back at his apartment, Ressler is heartbroken when he discovers a pregnancy test and learns that Audrey was pregnant with his child. He later developed an addiction to pain medication from what he went through with Audrey's death and later Meera's own.

He managed to overcome it when Liz convinces Ressler to seek help. When Liz goes on the run after killing Tom Connolly, Ressler urges her to come in, saying that otherwise he will have to lead the FBI manhunt against her.

He eventually decides to release Cooper, but warns that they will keep an eye on him. In "Marvin Gerard", Red informs Ressler that the Cabal had set a trap up for Liz at the airport and he rushes in to prevent the departure.

Though he succeeds, Liz is shaken up by his reckless actions, believing he wanted to capture her, and flees the scene before Ressler could explain himself.

He is later visited by Tom Keen, wishing to assist him knowing trouble is on the horizon for both Red and Liz. In "Eli Matchett", Ressler refuses his help and warns Tom to stay out of his way.

After arresting Liz, Ressler joins Red's efforts to protect her from the Cabal, aiding in protecting Karakurt in "the Director".

He later tells Liz that he believes she was framed and he would not have arrested her if he believed he couldn't protect her.

Ressler is able to protect Liz until Red forces the Cabal to exonerate her. He then returns control of the task force to the reinstated Cooper.

In the season 4 episode "Philomena", Ressler's old friend Julian Gale invites Ressler to join his investigation into the eighty-six bodies exhumed by Mr.

Cooper suggests Ressler do so to help the task force stay ahead of Gale's investigation. Bogdan Krilov", Ressler follows an anonymous tip on Reven Wright's disappearance that leads to a woman living with her sister who has claimed she saw Hitchin order some men carrying a rolled carpet.

When he delved further, the woman admitted she saw a foot come out of the carpet, leading Reesler to suspect that Hitchin murdered Wright.

Before he could take the woman into protective custody, Ressler and her are attacked by men presumably working for Hitchin.

However, Liz and Samar suspect he was being manipulated by Kaplan after Krilov confesses. They stop Ressler just in time from killing Hitchin and Liz revealing he was under the influence of propofol and manipulated to kill Hitchin by Kaplan and Krilov.

Despite standing down, Ressler is later taken into custody with his FBI badge revoked. In "The Debt Collector", when he is accused by Gale for wanting to help Red, Ressler reprimands him for being selfish.

He points out to Gale that he was on another assignment by looking into Wright's murder and had no time to deal with Red's shenanigans.

Ressler lost his badge upon being under the influence of propofol and nearly killed Hitchin had Liz and Samar not stopped him.

The last thing he needed is Gale causing him more problems with his life. He later apologizes to Ressler upon learning what happened to him. Kaplan", Ressler informs Cooper, Liz, and Samar that Gale has gotten enough intel to demand an indictment on the Task Force involving Red, from the grand jury.

However, Reddington uses the body to force Hitchin into dropping the investigation even though it means that Wright will not get justice as Ressler wanted.

Hitchin subsequently returns Ressler's badge, but they get into an altercation, causing Ressler to accidentally kill her. He later calls Prescott to help hide Hitchin's body in a similar manner to Wright's, under the pseudonym Red gave Ressler, Frank Sturgeon.

In "Smokey Putnum", Ressler is informed by Cooper that Hitchin died by hitting her head and there will be no further investigation.

He seems relieved by this until Prescott visit him in his van. He informs Ressler that he knows the truth and blackmails him for favors if he wants Prescott to keep his secret involving his accidental murdering of Hitchin.

In "Miss Rebecca Thrall", Ressler is contacted by Prescott for a favor involving a package inside of a car to be delivered to him. He is reminded of their deal in what could happen if he refuses.

After delivering the car to Prescott, Ressler warns him to never call him again. In "The Informant", while pursuing a criminal, Ressler is contacted by Prescott to stop pursuing his clients.

After she leaves, he comes across a tablet and uses the password on it. It's there, Ressler discovers the names of Prescott's clients, including his own name on the list.

He gets a call from Red, telling him it is time they had a chat. With Red's help, Ressler discovered Prescott's real name and meets him in the park where he's playing football with his family and arrests him.

Afterwards, he gives Cooper a letter of resignation and includes his confession for all the things he's done.

Cooper rejects the letter, stating that his name wasn't found on Prescott's client list. Prescott is later killed by Reddington who removed Ressler from the list.

In "Brothers", its revealed that as a teenager Ressler shot and apparently killed his father's former partner Tommy Markin after overhearing a phone call in which Markin revealed the truth during Ressler's father's funeral.

The murder of his father and Ressler's revenge killing inspired him to follow in his father's footsteps and join law enforcement, having previously been going down a troubled teen going down a bad path while his brother Robby was heading to the police academy.

Robby covered up his actions and hid the body while in the present day, Robby seeks Ressler's help after the field he buried Markin in is being dug up for development purposes.

Ressler and Robby try to move the body, only for it to be stolen by the Albanian mob to whom Robby owes money. The mob use Markin's body to blackmail Ressler into stealing a file for them.

Robby eventually reveals that Markin was still alive after Ressler shot him before Robby finished Markin off. The brothers decide to come clean to Liz even though it means they will go to prison.

With Liz's help, Ressler takes down the mobsters after his brother and they reconcile but are not arrested as Liz manages to make the body disappear.

Liz later explains to Ressler that he is the one thing she can count on in her chaotic life and can't afford to lose him. When first confronted by Elizabeth, Tom asserts to her that he was assigned to protect her, and that Reddington "is not who [she] think he is".

Elizabeth shoots him and stages his death, but keeps him prisoner on a boat for several months to extract as much information as possible. When she is nearly discovered by the harbor master, Tom saves her by strangling him to death; as a token of gratitude, she lets Tom escape.

Tom later meets with Reddington and their conversation reveals a previous working relationship. Apparently, Tom was recruited at the age of 14 he was then known as Jacob Phelps by a blacklister known as The Major Lance Henriksen due to the combination of sociopathy and extreme talent, to be groomed for covert operations.

Reddington acquired him from The Major to insert him into Elizabeth's life, but when Berlin found out, he doubled Reddington's price. After his escape, Tom utilizes The Major for a new covert operation as a neo-Nazi drug and arms dealer in Dresden named Christof Mannheim, but not before calling Elizabeth; he appears to have developed genuine feelings for her during their "marriage", which seems to complicate matters for both The Major and Reddington, as it was the reason behind his killing the harbor master on Elizabeth's boat.

When Elizabeth nearly gets subpoenaed for the harbor master's murder, Reddington and Ressler attempt to extradite Tom from Germany so he can clear her name; Tom initially refuses, but then appears in court and willfully surrenders.

The Major, seeing Tom as a liability after this affair, tries to shoot Tom but the Germans intercept them; Tom bargains for their lives and they both manage to escape, but The Major is still set to have Tom killed.

Desperate, Tom hides at Elizabeth's place and pleads her to give him his passports; in exchange, she convinces him to tell her the truth about his relationship with Reddington, then reveals that she had always known that on some level, Tom's love for her and their life together was genuine.

He later tells Liz of his dream to become a fisherman and urges her to come with him to Japan to start a new life with each other, but she declines, telling him that she needs to finish what she's started.

In "Marvin Gerard", Tom appears before Ressler, wishing to help assist him in saving Liz, suspecting the tides are against Red's favor.

In "Eli Matchett", he and Ressler get into a brief scuffle with each other. While waiting for Liz to call him, Tom meets with Cooper and is recruited to help investigate Karakurt.

Posing as a hustler, he befriends a wealthy socialite and infiltrates an underground street-fighting ring, where he eventually locates Karakurt.

He brings the assassin to Cooper, but the Cabal finds them, forcing all three men to go on the run. Eventually, with Ressler and Cooper's help, he evades the Cabal and delivers Karakurt into federal custody.

After Liz is released, Tom proposes marriage to her, but she turns him down, saying that she is too uncertain about the future to accept.

Tom is later confronted by Red who warns him to stay away from Liz, after the actions he pulled when he ignored his first warning that led to this.

After Liz's death, he tells Red to stay away from Agnes and blames him for his failure to protect her. In "The Artax Network", Samar visits Tom in the hospital who has been having a hard time raising Agnes alone and offers to help him.

Tom is later recruited again by Cooper to keep an eye on Cynthia Panabaker and he discovers more that confirms Cooper's suspicion.

Visiting Cooper in the post office, he is able to confirm the woman that Panabaker had a meeting looks like Liz's mother, Katarina.

During the mission, Tom shoots Solomon in revenge, but Solomon seemingly gets away after Tom leaves. Tom later goes after Susan before Red calls him to stop Tom.

Red reveals that Tom is in fact Christopher Hargrave, Susan's long-missing son. Moments later, Susan enters and tells him about her son, how he disappeared twenty-eight years earlier when he was three years old and she always hopes to see him again.

On Red's advice, Tom doesn't let Susan know he's her son but doesn't kill her for Agnes' sake. Tom's spying on one of Kirk's men and confrontation leads him to where Kirk's true whereabouts are: Russia.

He calls Liz to warn Red about Kirk's plans to kill him. In "The Architect", Tom searches for the truth about his true parentage and why he disappeared years ago, after reading the death of his father, Howard Hargrave.

His search leads to a mother whose son made Tom disappear and procures a confession from him. He also learns that Susan had faked Howard's death and had an ulterior motive for Halycon.

This led to Tom convincing Nez to side with him as they try to uncover the truth of the secret Susan had been hiding the whole time concerning Whitehall.

Solomon tries to stop Tom and Nez, claiming that Susan was set up by Howard and had no knowledge on it. Kaplan, Conclusion", it's revealed that Tom found the suitcase Kaplan left in the storage locker and looks inside it.

He discovers the skeletal remains of an undisclosed person and closes the suitcase. Tom then takes it with him under Kaplan's orders to deliver the suitcase.

In "Ian Garvey", Tom finally found out who the skeletal remains belong to and the connection she has with Elizabeth. Now realizing the truth, he calls Liz to come home and plans to tell her the truth about her mother along with the fact Red killed Kopal.

However, Ian Garvey interferes with his group and attacks the two. Having taken back the bag containing the skeletal remains, he leaves and has a few of his men get rid of Tom and Liz to send a message to Red.

Despite Tom's best efforts to fight them off, he is stabbed as Liz loses consciousness. Tom's final words are that Liz will be the one to make it and he dies in the hospital.

Not much has been revealed about her character other than that she is a CIA agent tasked with Reddington's file, and that she is the mother of two children.

She was revealed to have unknowingly leaked information to the terrorist Anslo Garrick upon the orders of an unknown individual.

Reddington discovers this and forces her to help him unmask the person responsible. She ends up betraying the task force.

In season 1's finale, "Berlin: Conclusion", she is killed in a nightclub by an escaped convict who slits her throat.

He is on an upwardly mobile career path in the Bureau, something that his work with Reddington occasionally threatens to derail. He had a particular interest in Reddington's past, and is willing to oblige Reddington's unusual requests due to this understanding of him.

He was attacked and put into a coma by Berlin's agents at the end of season 1. By Season 2, Cooper regained consciousness, but is revealed to have an inoperable brain tumor in the episode "T.

Earl King VI". With the help of his friend, Attorney General Connolly, he entered an experimental drug trial. However, he has had to compromise his ethics and perform various morally dubious tasks for Connolly to stay in his favor and remain in the trial.

He confronts Connolly, who admits that he has been manipulating him on behalf of the Cabal. He blackmails Cooper into helping them, saying that they will destroy Cooper and his wife Charlene if he fails to cooperate.

Cooper tells Reddington about the situation, and the two attempt to use Cooper's connection to Connolly against the Cabal. When Liz is framed for the assassination of Senator Hawkins, Cooper flatly refuses to cooperate with the Cabal and is placed on administrative leave by Connolly.

After Liz finds evidence that Cooper's doctor is working for the Cabal, Cooper confronts the man and discovers that the Cabal faked his cancer and that he is not dying.

After he witnesses Liz's murder of Connolly, he tells her to run, and later turns over his badge. Ressler interrogates him to determine his complicity in Connolly's murder, but eventually decides to release him.

In "Marvin Gerard", Cooper is told by Wright that for him to have the charges dropped against him, Cooper not only has to resign, but also take a desk job.

Although he reluctantly does, Cooper is determined to help Liz clear her name and investigates Karakurt.

In "Eli Matchett", Cooper meets with Tom in a Chinese Restaurant and although he can't be trusted, Cooper thinks he's perfect for the job.

He recruits Tom to help investigate Karakurt. Later, Tom brings Karakurt to Cooper's house and they are forced to flee with Charlene when the Cabal sends a team to kill Karakurt.

Charlene suggests they hide at their neighbor's cabin, admitting that she had cheated on Cooper with him. In "The Director Conclusion", after Red forces the Cabal to exonerate Liz, a mission Copper aids in, Cooper is reinstated as head of the task force and congratulates Ressler for his work in Cooper's absence.

Later, he separates from Charlene. Kaplan: Conclusion", after facing the prospect of the task force being shut down due to Kaplan's war on Reddington, Cooper resolves to settle once and for all the question of Liz and Reddington's relationship.

He takes a sample of Reddington's blood from an evidence locker for an old case, and has it tested against Liz's DNA.

In "Kuwait", it is revealed that as a young soldier during the Gulf War, Cooper covered up an illicit smuggling operation run by his superiors. His friend, Daniel Hutton, discovered Cooper's involvement and the two argued when Hutton threatened to blow the whistle on the operation.

Iraqi soldiers attacked the pair and kidnapped Hutton. Cooper's commander later recommended him for the Navy Cross in exchange for his silence regarding the smuggling.

In the present day, Hutton turns up alive and Cooper travels to Iran to rescue him. While attempting to return to the US, Cooper is captured by Hutton's men.

Hutton reveals he escaped captivity years ago and became "the Simoom", an infamous terrorist who sold classified information to criminals.

He tortures Cooper, but Reddington arrives to rescue him and kill Hutton. Aram Mojtabai is a quirky and skilled technician who regularly assists the FBI.

He formerly worked for the NSA. He is friends with Elizabeth Keen. It is shown that Aram likes Samar Navabi until they suffered a falling out in "Gaia".

In "Kings of the Highway", Aram reveals his knowledge of what he has learned from the laptop in exchange for Ressler telling him of the protocols.

It's also there he begins to feel guilty for having to tell Ressler about Samar's plans to help Liz and Red. As she leaves, Aram realizes the extent of what could happen to Keen if the Cabal get their hands on her and has to decide where his loyalties lie.

When Liz is arrested and the Director comes to take her into custody, Aram changes the password to her cell to lock him out. The Director cuts off Liz's air to force Aram to give up the password.

Aram then confronts the Director at gunpoint in a desperate attempt to stop him from taking Liz. She persuades Aram to stand down, but in the process he buys enough time for Cynthia Panabaker, the White House counsel, to arrive and transfer Liz to a federal courthouse under Ressler's direct supervision.

Aram later joins Red's team to kidnap the Director and exonerate Liz by using his computer skills to hack an elevator's controls to make it go to the wrong floor.

The mission is a success and Liz is exonerated of all but the murder of Tom Connolly, for which she agrees to a plea of involuntary manslaughter and is set free.

In "Miles McGrath", it's revealed that Aram has been seeing someone else, a woman named Janet Sutherland, and his relationship with Samar suffers a falling out when he finds out about her plans for a transfer.

At the end of "Gaia", Aram coldly tells Samar that he's glad she's leaving the team when he found out that she blamed him for an action Cooper did on his behalf as it was against his morals to kill again.

He also mentions he only congratulated her out of respect for both Ressler and Cooper. Aram tells Samar that he's very angry at her because he wished she had told him about her plans to transfer and slams the door in her face.

She was suspected by Samar and Ressler the whole time and they present their evidence to him, finding that he has already figured out she is a mole.

When Aram discovers this, he regrets how he treated Samar after learning she did love him. Using himself as bait, he is able to keep Janet occupied long enough for Ressler to arrest her.

At the end of the episode, Aram is comforted by Samar and realizes his feelings for her. He is happy when she admits she rescinded her transfer papers and decided to stay.

Aram is forced to aid in the prison break of a man about to be executed and witnesses the Architect's brutality in securing the man's freedom.

Aram is rescued by Samir and Ressler, but the Architect makes an escape. Recognizing that more people will die if the Architect escapes and shaken by what he has witnessed, Aram kills the Architect with his own portable coilgun without hesitation.

When he is shaken again by his actions, Samar comforted Aram and convinces him that he did the right thing in killing the Architect.

After helping Dembe find a name as a clue, he returns to the Post Office to catch Janet and Samar in a confrontation.

Though he is able to defuse the situation by escorting Janet away from Samar, Aram becomes worried for her when she leaves work without talking to him.

Kaplan", Aram is about to go speed walking with Janet until he is ordered by a man to appear before an inquiry involving the Task Force.

Despite defending the Task Force and Red, he is imprisoned in the same cell that Liz was held in. Kaplan, Conclusion", Aram learns about Janet testifying against him to protect her deal and why Samar never told him about it out of a need to protect him.

He realizes that she wasn't right for him and ends their relationship for good. Coming back to the Task Force, Aram realizes Samar's feelings for him and shares a kiss with her.

Samar Navabi is a Mossad agent from Iran. She is a highly skilled interrogator. She first appears in the season 2 premiere, "Lord Baltimore", in which she briefly captures and interrogates Reddington.

Later she joins the Blacklist task force on an indefinite basis. She appears to be colluding with Reddington for an unknown purpose.

In "Zal Bin Hassan", Samar's past is revealed and how she witnessed the death of her parents. Red then scolds her knowing that she almost had her family's killer back in Cairo, but missed one key element that led to both her partner being killed and Samar being hospitalized.

She has an emotional reunion with her brother, Shahin, who was believed to have died years earlier in a bombing. However, Samar soon discovers that her brother is not who she believes him to be, and is in fact the very terrorist she had spent years hunting.

She helps her former partner Levi destroy important documents, but she is captured by her brother and taken to the harbor, where Reddington intercepts them, freeing Samar and capturing Shahin.

Reddington asks Samar to let him take Shahin for his own purposes, and she sadly agrees, saying her brother died long ago.

Afterwards, Samar and Ressler become intimate. Samar secretly helps Liz locate Reddington after he is kidnapped. When Ressler finds out and confronts her, she admits to it and to previously tipping Liz and Tom off to help them evade the FBI, arguing that if Liz is arrested, she will inevitably be killed by the Cabal.

In response, Ressler promptly fires Samar from the task force. She then joins Reddington and helps him carry out his plan to exonerate Liz.

After Liz is released, Samar rejoins the task force. In "Gaia", she and Aram fought over her plans to transfer, with the latter admitting that he only congratulated her out of respect for both Ressler and Cooper.

When he tells her off how he truly felt and leaves, only then Samar begins to feel guilty for hurting Aram. In "The Lindquist Concerns", Samar is comforted by Ressler and she trusts him enough to tell him of her suspicions on Aram's girlfriend, Janet, being up to no good.

In "The Thrushes", she and Ressler confirm their suspicions to Cooper about Janet before confronting him about it. When Samar revealed the knowledge that she and Ressler investigated her being an operative working for Kirk to gain FBI files, Aram regretted how he treated her.

After the operative is arrested, Samar comforts Aram and pleases him by admitting she rescinded on her transfer papers. In Dr. She confronts him on the phone with the belief he has plans to kill Bloom.

Red evades Samar's question, but only mentions he will expose the truth soon. She deliberately misleads Aram when he begins investigating the incident.

After the task force finds out the truth, Cooper upbraids her for deceiving him and tells her to figure out whether her loyalties lie with Mossad or the FBI.

She asks Aram out for a drink, but he turns her down, telling her he has had too many bad experiences with women he cannot trust.

Later she meets with her ex-partner and sometime lover Levi, but declines to resume their relationship, confessing to him that she is "in love with someone else".

In "Dembe Zuma" while trying to work together, Samar and Janet had a serious confrontation with the latter admitting that when she met Aram, he was just like Samar before she taught him how to have fun.

She tells Samar that she knows about her feelings for Aram and would never admit it out of fear. Samar doesn't talk to Aram and leaves, apparently shaken by the fact Janet knew that she had feelings for him.

She is accepted, but declines upon learning that Aram recommended her for the fellowship, believing he only did so out of guilt for not telling her about resuming his relationship with Janet.

Kaplan: Conclusion", Samar investigates Janet after Aram is imprisoned for failing to cooperate with a grand jury investigating the task force.

She discovers Janet's criminal record was expunged in exchange for her persuading Aram to testify against the task force.

She visits Aram in jail, but chooses not to tell him about Janet's involvement after he says that Janet's support is keeping him sane.

Later, Aram learns this and breaks up with Janet. He asks Samar why she kept silent. When she replies it was because Janet made him happy, he kisses her.

Samar calls Aram to say goodbye, telling Aram that if he had proposed, she would have accepted. Aram manages to find Samar in time to save her life; however, she is left on life support.

According to Ressler, Samar went a long time without oxygen and all the doctors know for sure is that she cannot currently breathe on her own and may never be able to again.

Despite this, Aram refuses to give up on her, playing the comatose Samar music and officially proposing to her before placing his grandmother's ring on her finger.

Samar realizes the near-drowning has left her with permanent brain damage. After attempting to hide it from Aram and the Task Force, she realizes she can no longer continue her duties after she becomes incapacitated while pursuing Bastien Moreau.

Rather than tell Cooper the truth, she resigns from the task force. It is revealed that she has vascular dementia and her condition will only deteriorate along with her memory.

She escapes with Aram only to be tracked down by a second group of Israelis, and Aram is able to call in support and stop the attack.

Aram decides to stick with Samar and secures new passports from the task force, but she flees the country with the help of Red, leaving a devastated Aram behind to protect Reddington.

Portrayed by Hisham Tawfiq. Reddington's trusted and loyal bodyguard, driver, factotum, and confidante, Dembe Zuma Blacklister No. It was assumed that he was Raymond Reddington's bodyguard.

The episode "The Mombasa Cartel" revealed that he was born the youngest son of a farmer named Samwel Zuma. When he reported a number of low-ranking operatives of a poaching organization, the Mombasa Cartel, to the authorities, the cartel killed Dembe's father, mother and siblings and sold him to human traffickers.

At some point, he was being held by the Eberhardt Cartel. He spent eight years in the world of human trafficking and was enslaved until the age of 14, when Reddington found him half-dead and chained to a pipe in the basement of a brothel in Nairobi.

Reddington took care of him, nursed him back to health and made sure he got an education. Dembe eventually got a bachelor's degree in English Literature, learned to speak four languages fluently and learned six others well enough to get by.

Dembe rarely speaks, and does not converse without being close to Reddington. In "The Troll Farmer", it is revealed that Dembe has a daughter and a granddaughter whom Matias Solomon uses as leverage to force him to surrender to him.

In "Eli Matchett" Dembe is further tortured by Solomon's associates for refusing to disclose Red's whereabouts. He later finds Mr.

Vargas in the same situation, and the two team up to escape. However, Vargas betrays Dembe and shoots him. Dembe rescues Red and Liz from Solomon before collapsing from his injuries.

After Reddington shoots Mr. Kaplan and leaves her for dead in "Mato", Dembe's relationship with Reddington becomes increasingly strained.

Eventually, he says to Liz that he no longer recognizes Reddington, and tells her he killed Mr. In "The Apothecary", Dembe disappears after apparently poisoning Reddington.

It is later revealed that he was innocent, but fled to find the true culprit. With Aram's help, he discovers that Mr. Kaplan was alive and was responsible.

Reddington finds Alina bureaucratic and by-the-book, preferring Frankie instead. Reddington deliberately sets out to disgust Alina, causing her to turn down the job.

When Frankie takes Reddington hostage, Alina pursues her and nearly stabs her to death. Seeing Alina's brutality, Reddington changes his mind and agrees to give her the position.

Alina accepts, on the condition that she tell Liz what happened in Anchorage. It is later revealed Alina fell into disgrace in the Anchorage FBI after flouting the law to catch her mother's ex-boyfriend, whom she blamed for her mother's fatal overdose.

Upon encountering this ex-boyfriend on her return to Anchorage, Alina chooses not to kill him and allows the police to arrest him instead.

Susan "Scottie" Hargrave Blacklister No. She has an estranged husband, Howard, who is an old friend of Reddington.

She is also Tom Keen's mother though to her he's been missing for twenty-eight years and she doesn't know what happened to him.

Tom Keen photographed her meeting with Cynthia Panabaker. After learning she was involved with Elizabeth Keen's death, Reddington attacks Hargrave's operations to force her to meet with him.

She agrees, setting a trap for him. Reddington is alerted to the trap by Tom, and turns the tables, capturing Hargrave instead.

She denies any responsibility in Liz's death, but reveals that she was contracted to capture Liz by a man named Alexander Kirk. Reddington then proposes a temporary alliance with her.

Impressed by Tom's skills, she offers to hire him as an employee of Halcyon. In "Ruin," Hargrave returns to visit a newly widowed Liz, having been exonerated for the crimes her husband framed her for through Tom's testimony.

She takes temporary custody of Agnes while Liz deals with her anger and grief. A mercenary who works for Susan Hargrave.

Nez has struggled with addiction before and during the series she relapses. Matias Solomon Blacklister No.

He was formerly a CIA asset in Ethiopia, working with Laurel Hitchin, but the agency ended its relationship with him when he proved to be too brutal even for them.

He is soft-spoken and courteous but highly sadistic, with a predilection for torturing his victims. He also has a tendency to leave his men to die while he escapes.

He visits Peter Kotsiopulos' office as a representative of the Cabal, reprimanding the Director for his inability to prevent Reddington from releasing the Fulcrum and threatening that continued failure would mean his life.

He viciously tortures Dembe for information on Reddington's location, but fails to break him. Through a deception involving Mr.

Vargas, Solomon finally tricks Dembe into revealing the information and captures Reddington and Liz. However, Dembe rescues them and drives Solomon off.

In "Sir Crispin Crandall", while trying to fire at Red and Liz, he finds himself trapped with all of the most intelligent people in cryogenics.

Solomon visits Peter again and warns him of his position in the Cabal. Peter then reprimands him for trying to revolt and forces Solomon's cooperation.

During interrogation, the Director tortures Solomon by forcing him to swallow fishhooks, a ruse intended to convince the FBI that the Director is not in league with him.

Solomon is then released. He captures Tom at gunpoint and demands that Ressler hand Karakurt over. However, Cooper knocks him out from behind, and Ressler arrests him.

While being transported by federal agents, Solomon is rescued by an unknown person driving a Rolls Royce. Then, working for Susan Hargrave, he plots to steal a nuclear weapon.

This plot turns out to be a decoy to divert the FBI's attention from his real mission: capturing Liz Keen.

He and his men surround the church where Liz and Tom are about to be married and demand that Liz come with them or they will kill everyone else and take her by force.

However, Reddington, Tom, and the task force members are able to fend off Solomon's men long enough for Ressler to come to the rescue, allowing Liz and Tom to escape.

He chases Liz again after her escape and hunts her ambulance as Red tries to take her to the hospital to save her life.

Solomon is able to disable Red's vehicle and pins him and his men down. Eventually FBI backup arrives and Solomon flees as his men are killed.

However, the delay in getting to the hospital caused by Solomon's attack causes Liz to apparently die due to complications during childbirth.

In "Alexander Kirk", Solomon and Tom are forced to work together in an operation to take down Blacklister Alexander Kirk who had orchestrated the attack on Liz.

During the mission, Tom and Solomon rob a pharmacy together and Tom shoots Solomon in the gut in revenge for the attempt on Liz's life. Minutes later the police enter to find a pool of blood but no sign of Solomon himself.

The Blacklist is a list of criminals that Raymond Reddington has compiled in his illegal business dealings. Names on the list are criminals that the FBI does not have overwhelming evidence against, hence why they have never been caught.

Some criminals are unknown to the FBI, or have avoided leaving behind the needed evidence for conviction, or live a high-profile public life whilst concealing their criminal behaviour.

It is unknown how many members the list contains, but the highest number revealed on the list so far is in the comic book series and in the TV series.

It is unknown what criteria Red is using to determine each member's position on the Blacklist, but most of the lowest numbers revealed so far e.

Katarina Rostova, No. Kaplan, No. The identities of many of the lowest numbers on the Blacklist remain unrevealed to date.

The Pavlovich brothers Blacklisters No. Working together as a team, they used high firepower and ruthless tactics to achieve their goals.

They then kidnapped a Chinese scientist who had been rescued by the CIA. Later, Raymond Reddington hired them to kidnap Tom Keen. They delivered Tom to Elizabeth Keen.

Portrayed by Tom Noonan season 1, episode 4; season 2, episode 8. Stanley R. Kornish Blacklister No. Working for whoever could afford his services, he used his expert knowledge of chemicals to dissolve corpses until there was almost nothing left.

He kept a photo of and a tooth from each victim as a souvenir. His dog accompanied him on his disposals. He explains that Zoe was brought to Kornish, for him to make her disappear.

Gina Zanetakos Blacklister No. Raymond Reddington said she once contacted him for help in assassinating a Supreme Court judge.

He also claimed that she was a former lover of Tom Keen. She worked for the Major. Using the alias Shubie Hartwell, she entered the United States.

She was hired by the Hanar Group to detonate a dirty bomb in the Port of Houston. The explosion would have allowed the Hanar investors to profit from the re-routing of sea shipping to New Orleans.

After being captured, she was allowed a plea bargain since the bomb had not devastated the port. A search of her apartment produced a photograph of Tom Keen who she claims not to know.

When questioned about the murder of Victor Fokin, she claims to have committed the crime on the orders of Raymond Reddington.

Gina is eventually released from prison. Tom contacts her, looking for work to provide for Liz and his unborn baby. Gina reluctantly brings him in to work on a jewelry heist.

After they pull off the heist, she asks him to run away with her, and he refuses. She then double-crosses him and has him shot, but he survives.

He then confronts her at gunpoint and demands that she persuade the Major to let him walk away from their organization, and she agrees.

Later she is seen on the phone with an unknown person, talking about Tom. Gina and the Major ambush Tom in Liz's apartment. The Major is about to kill Tom when Gina decides to kill the Major instead and leaves Tom to bury the body.

Anslo Garrick Blacklister No. He worked almost exclusively with a unit of highly armed, countryless mercenaries known as "the Wild Bunch".

At some point he and Raymond Reddington worked together, though the alliance ended in when Garrick gave the FBI his train number and itenerary for a stop at Waterloo station in Brussels.

Once Red arrived, a hit squad led by Donald Ressler made an attempt on his life, but failed. Red realized that Garrick had betrayed him and shot him in the face, damaging the right side of his face and apparently blinding his right eye.

However, Garrick survived and spent 5 years in a prison described as a "black hole". To remind himself of the incident, Garrick never had the facial scarring repaired by surgery.

He was hired by Alan Fitch to kidnap Reddington. He succeeded in extracting Reddington from the FBI's custody, and tortured him.

Reddington ultimately killed him by stabbing him in the neck in "Anslo Garrick Conclusion". Madeline Pratt Blacklister No.

Behind the facade, she forms relationships and affiliations with powerful, influential people and then uses those connections to commit million dollar heists.

Reddington credits her with the theft of 6 million dollars' worth of diamonds from a De Beers outpost in Congo and a heist on a mint in Prague in which the security fibers used to print the Czech koruna were stolen and then used to print counterfeit banknotes.

She had a previous romantic connection with Reddington, which he broke off. She met with Elizabeth Keen, whom Red had said was a career thief.

After using Red and Liz as a diversion to allow her to steal the Effigy of Atargatis, she sold it to the Russian mafia after removing the Kungar 6 list.

Red tricked her into revealing the location of the nuclear warheads and allowed her to escape. Later she stole a painting from Red as revenge leaving the second note.

In the second-season episode "T. Milos Kirchoff Blacklister No. Notorious for sending his enemies to the gulags in Siberia, he was a loyal servant of the Soviet Union.

In , near the end of the Cold War , Kirchoff took part in a meeting in Kursk with other Soviet officials on how to combat their more progressive countrymen who wanted the Soviet Union dissolved.

The meeting was interrupted when a bomb went off, killing 15 attendants and the last of the old Soviet resistance.

Shortly after that, Kirchoff's daughter was suspected of falling in love with a dissident and imprisoned. He used his connections to help her escape, but the Kremlin found out and decided to use him as an example to the Motherland.

He was put in a Siberian gulag where a lot of people he had put away were imprisoned. One day, he was sent a pocket watch he had given his daughter.

Over several months, he was sent several body parts and was led to believe that they were hers and that Reddington was behind it.

In reality, Fitch sent body parts belonging to someone else and helped Kirchoff's daughter escape to the United States, but not before convincing her that her father was responsible for the bombing.

Eventually, Kirchoff sharpened one of the bones he had been sent into a weapon, killed the people holding him captive and escaped and formed his criminal syndicate under the alias "Berlin".

During the first eight episodes of the second season , Red meets with Milos Kirchoff again, who once more blames him for his daughter's death and intends to hurt Red by going after Zoe, whom he assumes is Red's daughter.

Red reveals that Milos Kirchoff's daughter Zoe is actually alive and someone else in Milos Kirchoff's faction had lied to him about her being killed.

He is soon reunited with his daughter, who had been living under an assumed name as Zoe D'Antonio. In the episode " The Decembrist ", after being reunited with Zoe, Milos learned the truth of Red's innocence.

He was furious with Alan Fitch for lying to him about her death and takes action. Milos orders his agents to abduct Fitch and strap a pipe bomb on him, intending to kill him.

Using Zoe to gain the access numbers to free Fitch, Red holds Milos at gunpoint. Red returns to the warehouse where he is holding Milos prisoner with a bottle of vodka and places 2 shot glasses in front of Milos.

After they reminisce about the Cold War and finish the bottle, Red kills Milos. Luther Todd Braxton Blacklister No.

He typically organizes his operations to take place during wars, natural disasters or other upheavals and take advantage of the surrounding chaos to cover them up.

He is credited with stealing million dollars from Baghdad during Operation Shock and Awe and the abduction of a CIA asset from Tehran during the —10 Iranian election protests.

Braxton has a past with Reddington, including an incident in Belgrade where Braxton bested him, killing Red's local point man, Henkel, and hanging him by the neck with one of Reddington's own neckties.

While serving in the Gulf War , Braxton was involved in a traumatic friendly fire incident in Khafji. He was successfully given therapy to have the memories of it removed.

He was hired by the Director to get the Fulcrum, and captured and interrogated Liz to find it, subjecting her to therapy to help recover blocked memories from her past that related to the Fulcrum.

He was killed by Reddington in episode 10 of season 2. The persons are trained to act as spies for various clients.

Once an agent has been assigned, they are to only contact the Major if the situation is "mission critical". The terrorist Gina Zanetakos also works for him.

Die Entrechteten German: "The Disenfranchised" are a neo-nazi movement that smuggle drugs and weapons around Europe. Tom had a contract to infiltrate inside, until Reddington lied to them about Tom being an informant working for the FBI in an effort to bring him back to USA and confess the murder of harbormaster Eugene Ames to free Liz from being imprisoned.

After they threatened him to kill Elizabeth if he didn't talk his motives for his infiltration, Tom and makes a deal: in exchange for Liz would not be their target, he reveals his assignment: he's going to help them solve the murder of a woman named Sarah Hastings, who was affiliated to the Germans, which is the main reason they want revenge for her death.

After accepting the truce, they let Tom and the Major go. Marvin Gerard Blacklister No. He went on to serve as prosecutor for the state of New York for 3 years, after which he made partner at his father-in-law's criminal defense firm.

While Gerard was being considered for a seat on the federal bench, his teenage son, Timothy, fell in with a bad crowd and, suffering emotional abuse from his mother, abused prescription drugs he got from her supply.

Gerard separated from his wife and filed for custody, but since his wife came from an influential family, he wasn't able to. He eventually went so far as to kidnap Timothy to keep him away from his mother, for which he was disbarred and sentenced to 7—10 years at Federal Correctional Institution, Cumberland.

Timothy hung himself a year later. Gerard continued doing legal work behind bars, serving as shadow counsel to politicians, CEOs, and high-profile criminals, including Reddington, who apparently consulted with Gerard before he turned himself in to the FBI against Gerard's strong objections.

In "The Director, Conclusion", when Red puts together a team to exonerate Liz, he calls in Gerard as part of that team. Gerard helps them plan on how to kidnap Peter Kotsiopulos.

Once they have the Director, Red demands Laurel Hitchin exonerate Liz in exchange for Red not taking the Director to the Hague and sends in Gerard to discuss the terms of the deal with Laurel.

Eventually Gerard manages to negotiate a deal where Liz is exonerated publicly for all but the Tom Connolly murder as Liz killed him in front of witnesses and it wasn't in self-defense.

Instead, Laurel offers a plea of involuntary manslaughter with 3 years' probation. Gerard privately talks to Red and convinces him to take the deal as it will keep Liz safe and out of prison and is better than Gerard expected them to get.

Gerard later presents the deal to Liz who reluctantly signs it as she will no longer able to be an FBI agent though she can remain on the task force in a similar capacity to Red.

Thanks to Gerard's deal, Liz is later able to walk free. In "The Apothecary", Red believes Gerard poisoned him and is destroying his organization until it's revealed to be Dembe.

In "Philomena", Gerard is kidnapped by a bounty hunter, Philomena, who works for Mr. While she was known primarily as Mr.

Kaplan throughout the early parts of the series, her real name is Kathryn Nemec. During her younger years, she often went by the name of Kate. During an earlier part of her life, Nemec fell in love with a woman named Annie Kaplan.

Unfortunately, while at the bond office with Annie, and angry ex-con burst in and pulled a gun on the two women.

Annie died, but Kate survived. Who plays Mr Kaplan on Blackist? Susan Blommaert! Susan Blommaert is an American actress born in She is currently a resident of New York, and has been active as an actress since She also had extended guest runs as a judge on both Law and Order as well as The Practice.

But for most fans, she is best known for her role on The Blacklist. Nemec is well known to be an expert shot with small revolvers and more than capable of defending herself.

Her weapon of choice is the. While small in size, the revolver is known for its balance and has serious stopping power.

Her specialty was to make bodies disappear. In fact, our first introduction to her was during the Episode Anslo Garrick Conclusion in Season 1 when she was tasked with helping clean up after Liz killed one of the men spying on her and Tom.

Another long-running question that was eventually answered was just how far back the relationship between Kate and Red.

Despite her lengthy relationship with Red, Kaplan actually knew Elizabeth Keen and her mother Katarina Rostova much longer.

Kate was hired as a nanny for Liz — then known as Masha — by her mother Katarina. Kate quickly learned Katarina was a Russian asset and even helped her kill another operative that was attempting to murder Katarina.

Mr Kaplan volunteered to clean up the crime scene and dispose of the body, and her skills impressed Katarina so much that she employed her to continue that work for her when needed.

When things got too hot for Katarina, Kaplan was responsible for taking a young Liz to Sam Scott to care for her. The first was years ago, when she was shot in the head on the night Annie Kaplan was murdered.

Despite spending three weeks in a coma after that shooting, she survived. She did, however, end up with a metal plate in her head as a result.

In an interesting twist, it may have been the metal plate from the first shooting that save her in the second.

After Kate betrayed Reddington, he attempted to off her by shooting her in the head. However, Nemec survived, possibly due to the metal plate in her head from the first shooting.

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