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|Occupation||US CyberCom Special Agent|
|Affiliations|| Delta Force|
|Hair color||Sandy Blonde|
|Height||6' 1" (1.87 m)|
|Family||Amelia Hayes (Wife, Deceased)|
|Latest Appearance||Being Human|
|Portrayed by||Josh Holloway|
|“||I have an app for that||”|
Gabriel Vaughn is the main protagonist of Intelligence. He is a Federal Agent working for the United States Cyber Command. He is equipped with a super computer microchip in his brain, allowing him access to anything in the world. He can also do cyber rendering. Based on the evidence he has, he can create a simulation to recreate the events of a crime. Former Secret Service agent Riley Neal is appointed to protect him and the chip by Lillian Strand, director of US Cyber Command.
He has a disregard for protocol.
He is the youngest of his family. His mother forbade him from joining the army.
Vaughn was a Delta Force Tier 1 operator who did 5 tours of Iraq and Afghanistan.
He agreed to be a part of Clockwork to find his then missing wife.
His wife returns in "Red X" and it is revealed that she has turned her back on him and blows herself up. Gabe becames upset and wants to save her but Riley pushes him out the window to save him. Gabe then leaves to mourn but some words from Riley, who finds him, he returns.
- "Red X"
- "Mei Chen Returns"
- "Secrets of the Secret Service"
- "The Rescue"
- "Patient Zero"
- "Size Matters"
- "Delta Force"
- "Cain & Gabriel"
- "The Grey Hat "
- "The Event Horizon "
- "Being Human "
- Gabriel has the Athens-4u7r gene mutation which allowed CyberCom to insert a chip in his brain.
- The reason he signed up for Clockwork was to find his missing wife Amelia.
- He and Amelia spend their honeymoon in Mexico. And later when she died, Gabriel went back there.
|“||Back in Delta we had one rule, everybody goes home.||”|
–To Lillian Strand, Secrets of the Secret Service