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Millennium Rooster faction Characters

During Millennium's second season episodes Owls and Roosters, the Millennium Group is almost divided into two factions, which threatens to escalate into a civil war between The Owls (who believe in a scientific natural form of Armageddon) and The Roosters (believing in a religious apocalypse). The Owls believed that if a theological event did not occur in 672 days, a secular Millennium would result - leaving them in control. During the episode Roosters, Lara Means explained Millennium Group member Mr Johnston's belief (and that of the Owls) to Frank Black. Lara admitted she believed the theory, but would not join the Owls because of her persistent apocalyptic visions (which cannot be explained through science):

"... Throughout history, the Millennium Group has had access to scientific breakthroughs that were banned, or withheld, by those in power at the time. Copernicus. Galileo. The German physicists. This enabled the Group to leap generations ahead of mainstream research. The Owls claim is that six billion years ago, before the formation of the Earth, two neutron stars collided six billion light years away. This collision released cosmic rays, particles of such extreme energy, that the collision of these particles could transform the vacuum of space and cause a tear in the fabric of our universe. The Owls claims to have proof, that this tear, this expanding cosmic bubble, will reach our solar system within the next sixty years. And a new universe, its properties calculated anywhere between apocalyptic and inconsequential, will be created."

The alphabetical listing below includes all currently known characters who are identified as members of the Millennium Group's Owl faction.

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Peter Watts

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Chris Carter

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Thomas J. Wright

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Finley appeared in 4 episodes of the Millennium TV Series.

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Frank Black


Born 12 July 1947 to Henry and Linda Black, Frank Black has a unique and disturbing ability which can take him inside the mind of a killer. His gift is also his curse. As an FBI agent specializing in hunting down serial killers, Black was one of the Bureau's most effective detectives. Yet his immersion into the vilest recesses of the human soul took him too close to the edge. A loving husband and father, Frank could no longer allow the shadow of evil come between him and his family. He left the FBI and settled in Seattle with his wife and young daughter. Frank however, couldn't leave the horror behind. As the millennium approaches, so will the ultimate battle between good and evil as foretold by ancient prophecies. Frank is recruited by the Millennium Group, an underground organization dedicated to battling the forces of darkness.

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Frank Black appeared in 66 episodes of the Millennium TV Series.

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Lara Means


Lara was a highly professional forensic psychologist who frequently assisted Frank on Group assigned cases. She was also cursed by an angelic presence that warned her of imminent danger.

During the weeks leading up to her induction into the Millennium Group, Lara's angel abandoned her in fear of a higher power and she was left without its guidance. Alone and faced with the responsibility of being a Group member, Lara's sanity quickly diminished. Her final act was giving her Marburg Virus vaccine to Frank, who then gave it to Jordan. She was hospitalized as a result of her mental condition.

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Lara Means appeared in 10 episodes of the Millennium TV Series.

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Mr. Dean

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Mr. Dean appeared in 1 episodes of the Millennium TV Series.

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Peter Watts


Peter Watts, a mysterious ex-FBI agent, is the first of the Millennium Group to contact Frank as soon as he arrives in Seattle with his family. Watts is extremely intelligent, knowledgeable and experienced. A man of few words, his seriousness commands the respect he deserves as a 'Patron' of the Millennium Group.

Peter Watts left his position as Assistant Director of the FBI's Violent Crimes Task Force to join The Millennium Group, which promised him, like Frank, understanding in a chaotic world. He later became a senior member of the Group and 'Patron' to Frank Black, assisting him on numerous Group assigned cases.

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Peter Watts appeared in 39 episodes of the Millennium TV Series.

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