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Tyrell Evans (Character)
from "Person of Interest" (2011)

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  1. "Person of Interest"
    ... aka "P.O.I" - USA (short title)
        - Matsya Nyaya (2012) TV episode, Played by Darien Sills-Evans
        - Number Crunch (2011) TV episode, Played by Darien Sills-Evans
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  1. "Person of Interest"
    ... aka "P.O.I" - USA (short title)
        - Super (2012) TV episode, Played by Darien Sills-Evans

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From "Person of Interest: Number Crunch (#1.10)" (2011)
Detective Joss Carter: You're CIA. I met plenty like you in the green zone. So why are you worried about me?
Mark Snow: Because of the man you're chasing. He's dangerous.
Detective Joss Carter: He saved my life. What was that, an accident?
Mark Snow: No. Just proves he still has good instincts.
Detective Joss Carter: Do you even know him?
Mark Snow: Yeah. I was his best friend.
Detective Joss Carter: Then why do you want him so bad?
Tyrell Evans: Because he used to kill people for his country. Now he just kills them. His victims. The ones that we know of. For some he deserves a medal. For some, the chair.
Detective Joss Carter: Why are you telling me this?
Mark Snow: 'Cause we want you to know who he is. He's an incredibly dangerous, incredibly gifted man who's been almost destroyed by the things he was made to do. He's always looking for someone to trust, but his paranoia makes trust impossible.
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