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FBI Special Agent Bob Herndon (Character)
from The Informant! (2009)

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The Informant! -- A top-ranking executive at an agri-industry giant suddenly turns whistleblower envisioning himself a hero, yet his ever-changing stories threaten the FBI's case against the corporation.
The Informant! -- The U.S. government decides to go after an agri-business giant with a price-fixing accusation, based on the evidence submitted by their star witness, company-man-turned-whistleblower Mark Whitacre (Damon).
The Informant! -- Clip: Who did you tell?
The Informant! -- Interview: Tom Smothers "On being in a movie with his brother"
The Informant! -- Clip: We've decided not to cooperate with the FBI

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  1. The Informant! (2009) Played by Joel McHale

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From The Informant! (2009)
Mark Whitacre: What if I just put out some hypotheticals. I'll talk about certain financial situations, and you guys can tell me if they're wrong, or how serious they might be. Okay, for instance, what if a company gave an executive a car, you know, a corporate car, and instead of driving that to work, he used his personal car, and gave his company car to his daughter. That be a problem?
FBI Special Agent Bob Herndon: That's it? That's hypothetical?
Brian Shepard: That shouldn't be a problem.
Mark Whitacre: Okay, what if it was a corporate plane, and the executive was using that for personal use.
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