Actor Paul Schulze is most remembered for his roles as Counter Terrorist Unit regional director Ryan Chappelle on the hit action series "24" and Father Phil Intintola on the long-running HBO show "The Sopranos". Although he worked in Hollywood since the late '80s, Schulze, after years of bit parts in sitcoms and dramas, began getting bigger roles on major TV series in addition to some feature film work. In 1996 Schulze appeared on the pilot episode of the breakout mob drama "The Sopranos", reprising the role on over a dozen episodes through the series run. Schulze made the jump to network TV in 2002, appearing in a role as a government bureaucrat opposite field agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) on "24". Schulze took small roles in the David Fincher thriller "Panic Room" (2002) and "Zodiac" (2007) before in 2009 being cast in the dark comedy series "Nurse Jackie" starring Edie Falco.