Millennium - This Is Who We Are site logo

Brian Roedecker - Millennium Character Profile

A Millennium character profile, listing all episodes in which Brian Roedecker appeared. All main characters of Chris Carter's Millennium have detailed profile descriptions and profile photos where available, with more descriptions routinely added.

Where relevant, the Millennium character profile includes any determined ties or specific allegiances, for example with the competing factions of the Millennium Group introduced in Season Two; the secular Owls or the theological Roosters, or whether the character is determined as being associated with the seemingly coordinated presence of pure evil working against humanity, known informally as Legion.

Please note that all of our episode, cast, character and crew profiles may contain potential spoilers if you have yet to see the entire series of Millennium.

Welcome Frank.
There are 199 days remaining.


Millennium Character Profiles

Main Character Profiles

Popular Millennium Character profiles

Our top 5 most accessed Millennium Character profiles are:

View All Character Profiles

Recent Millennium Character profiles

Our 5 most recently accessed Millennium Character profiles are:

View All Character Profiles

Millennium Character Profile Stats

This profile has been viewed 9230 times.

It was last viewed on Sunday, June 16, 2024, 12:08 PM (UTC).

Profile ID


Behaviorial Record

There is no behavorial data available for Brian Roedecker.

Faction, Occupation, Rank etc.

Millennium Group Technician

Personal Trivia

  • Brian Roedecker's telephone number when he paged Frank in Sense and Antisense was 555-0169.
  • Brian Roedecker appeared in 5 episode/s of the Millennium television series.

Brian Roedecker's Millennium Character Profile

Brian Roedecker - Millennium profile image.


Extremely proficient in matters technical, Roedecker assisted the Millennium Group in upgrading their computer systems and solving computer-related crimes. He was fired by the Group prior to the Marburg Virus outbreak for reasons unknown.

Profile courtesy of Millennium FAQ.

Millennium Cast, Character or Crew Credit

Brian Roedecker was a character in the television series Millennium.

Violence Markers

Related DVD Comments/Information

Another new character [for Millennium's second season] was computer wizard Brian Roedecker, played by Allan Zinyk, who had been in Darin Morgan's X-FILES episode "Jose Chung's `From Outer Space.'" Roedecker was a sarcastic wisecracker created to serve as an occassional foil for the humorless Frank. Fans did not take kindly to Roedecker, who came across to them as a knock-off of THE X-FILES' Lone Gunmen and totally out of place on MILLENNIUM. "I was surprised by the rejection of Roedecker," [Glen] Morgan admitted, adding that he wished the fans had given the character more time before pronouncing judgement. Roedecker remained a favorite with Morgan, however, and he and Wong were disappointed when Zinyk left the show to fulfill another acting commitment.

Source: "TV's Best Kept Secret Improves In Its Sophomore Season" - Cinefantastique Magazine (1998).

"The Mikado" marked the last appearance of Roedecker, a character the writer of this episode (Michael R. Perry) had loved from the beginning. "Frank and his colleague Peter Watts are accustomed to dealing with the macabre, so as a viewer you think they're much cooler than you are. They don't have to flinch; they're tough guys. What I like about Roedecker in this episode is that he becomes an advocate for the audience. Roedecker is able to express the revulsion, the tears, that Frank has to constantly hold back. For the first time, Roedecker has a chance to see this is what Frank and Peter do all the time. It makes Frank seem grander because, if nobody in an episode reacts to the gruesome and macabre things that are around, they don't seem so terrifying."

Source: "TV's Best Kept Secret Improves In Its Sophomore Season" - Cinefantastique Magazine (1998).

Millennium Appearances

Brian Roedecker appeared in the following 5 episode/s of Millennium: