Nate Ford Photograph

Nate Ford Photograph

Yes, can I help you? Nate is seen here during the episode of Leverage that is all about the men.
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Sophie and Tara

Sophie and Tara

Sophie and Tara review information on a target. Tara visits the Leverage team again on the 12/10/11 episode "The Girls Night Out Job"
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All You, Ladies

All You, Ladies

Can the ladies handle a mission on their own? That question is posed on "The Girls' Night Out Job."
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Making Like The Office

Making Like The Office

Leverage mocks The Office on the aptly-named "The Office Job," as the crew finds itself part of a documentary.
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Bow Tied Nate

Bow Tied Nate

Looking dapper, Nate! The man pulls off a bow tie here in a scene from "The Experimental Job."
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Mark Sheppard on Leverage

Mark Sheppard on Leverage

Mark Sheppard returns to Leverage on the summer 2011 finale. The actor portrays the character of Jim Sterling.
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Nate at Gunpoint

Nate at Gunpoint

This doesn't look like an ideal situation. Nate is held at gunpoint on the Leverage summer finale.
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Two Leverage Members

Two Leverage Members

Pictured in this Leverage scene, courtesy of the 8/21/11 episode: Beth Riesgraf and Christian Kane.
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Dapper Nate

Dapper Nate

Looking sharp, Nate. This is a scene from the episode "The Boiler Room Job."
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Nate Goes Dark

Nate Goes Dark

There's a reason Nate is dressed in a dark suit. The target on "The Grave Danger Job" is a funeral home director.
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The Carnvial Job Scene

The Carnvial Job Scene

You're looking at a photo of Timothy Hutton, Aldis Hodge and Gina Bellman. The pic is from the episode "The Carnival Job."
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Leverage Duo

Leverage Duo

Pictured in this Leverage scene: Christian Kane and Gina Bellman. It's taken from "The Hot Potato Hob."
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Leverage Quotes

Alec: I'm just very good at what I do.
Parker: This is the score! The score!
Alec: Age of the geek, baby.
Eliot: Somebody kiss this man so I don't have to.

Eliot: He tried to kill us.
Parker: More importantly he didn't pay us.
Eliot: How is that more important?
Parker: I take that personally.
Eliot: There's somethin' wrong with you.