Difference between revisions of "Bridget Bailey"
Latest revision as of 11:59, 5 November 2015
|Portrayed by||Tehmina Sunny|
|First appearance||One of Us, One of Them|
|Date of death||after March 20, 2007|
|Occupations||Company agent, |
Bridget is called in to Sylar's cell by Angela. Angela tells Sylar about her ability, and tells Sylar that Bridget is there to feed him. As Angela walks away, Bridget screams. Later, Bridget's body is carted away with a line of blood across her head.
Bridget Bailey is a lawyer who has some contact with Chandra Suresh. After Chandra's death, Bridget begins corresponding with Mohinder Suresh. On the BBC website, the office in Mohinder's apartment is also updated with possible clues. Bridget sends several messages to Mohinder via email. (See Bridget's messages for all of her correspondence with the Sureshes.)
Bridget had the ability of clairsentience. She was able to perceive the history of an object by touching it. With time, Bridget learned to control her ability; she could alternately see an object's "surface memory" or its deeper history.
- Bridget was introduced by the BBC in its mirror of Heroes Evolutions information. Her exchanges with Mohinder Suresh were later included on NBC.com as part of Heroes Evolutions.
- The Assignment Tracker 2.0 was updated to include an interactive map superseding those before it which shows Bridget Bailey to be a Company agent paired with an Agent Berk Donahue.
- In a BBC press release from September 13, 2007, the BBC Drama senior content producer Sarah Clay said, "The character of Bridget Bailey was developed specifically for the site, and we had to run the storylines past the scriptwriters in the US so that we didn't interfere with any of the existing or future mythology of the show...As well as consulting with the script writers over potential conflicts, games, storyboards and concepts had to get sign-off from NBC Universal."
Bridget originally began contacting Chandra...
...but later began writing to Mohinder instead.
Bridget makes a clairsentient connection with this plaque of Charles Lamb.
Bridget as shown on the Assignment Tracker.