Edward Albright is a man who lives two lives: while working as a ruthless and cynical secret agent for a clandestine government agency called the Janus Organization, he, under a hypnotic alter ego, lives as a comely family man, named Henry Spivey. Henry works in a downtown Los Angeles office and is married with a loyal wife Angie, and two teenage kids, Ruthy and Jackson. Edward is part of an experimental program called to "separate" his secret agent life from his suburban life with a computer created identity of Henry Spivey who is not aware of his real dominate personality nor that of his wife and children. "Henry" is not even aware that his co-worker at his company Tom Grady, is actually Agent Raymond Carter, his partner in the field. However, things take a turn when the implant in Edward's brain begins to malfunction in which "Henry" re-emerges at unlikely times without being activated. Edward's superior and handler, Mavis Heller, sees it as a threat to her company. As "Henry" ...
Did You Know?
The name of the company that Edward works for, Janus, comes from the name of the Roman god, the two-faced keeper of gateways, beginnings or endings. When you re-arrange the letters of Janus to get A.J. Sun, the company that Henry works for. See more
After Spivey comes home to his family, we see him in bed reading a book called "Inside the Organisation" by Brennan Dyson, but in the next cut we see a close up of the pages and it says Lee Child on the top center. He's actually reading a Jack Reacher novel - "Bad Luck And Trouble". See more
She called me Edward. Ever have dreams when people call you by a different name, Doc?
Dr. Norah Skinner
Let's stick with you Henry.