Her height is 5' 4" (1.63 m).
Has remained friends with Bernard even after their roles on 24 concluded.
Reiko has stated that of the characters she has played so far in her career, her favorite has been Michelle Dessler who she describes as 'a strong woman with a big heart'.
Reiko started her career on the soap opera One Life to Live in 1993.
Reiko has brown hair and brown eyes.
Reiko Aylesworth also auditioned for the role of Kate Warner in season two of 24 but lost out to Sarah Wynter.
However she was offered the role of Michelle Dessler, which she went on to play for until the shows fifth season.
Reiko although born in the United States, is part Dutch, Welsh and Japanese.
Reiko's co-star Dennis Haysbert was also in the movie Random Hearts with her.
As well as television, Reiko has a backround in theater. The New York based actress performed in the off-Broadway shows Kissing Christine and Missing Marisa for director John Patrick Shanley and Robbers for director Marshall Mason.
When 24 won a Golden Globe for Best Television Drama in 2004, Reiko was one of the few to go up on stage to collect it, along with Kiefer Sutherland, Elisha Cuthbert, Dennis Haysbert and the show's producers.
Earlier in her career, Reiko did a commercial for Scope.
Reiko was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series by TV Guide.
The cast of 24 including Reiko, were nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2003.
Reiko's surname, Aylesworth is the 23,444th most common surname in the United States.
In 2006 Reiko was in the movie The Killing Floor.
In 2005 Reiko was in the following movies:
Shooting Vegeterians and Crazylove.
In 2004 Reiko was in the movie The Last Full Measure.
In 2003 Reiko was in the movie North of Providence.
In 2000 Reiko was in the movie No Deposit, No Return.
In 1999 Reiko was in the following movies:
Random Hearts and Man on the Moon.
In 1998 Reiko was in the movie You've Got Mail.
In 1997 Reiko was in the movie Childhood's End.
Reiko won an ABC talent search at a young age.
Reiko, her first name, is pronounced 'Ray-co', and means 'child of thankfulness'.
Reiko appears in the videogame, 24: The Game, lending her voice and likeness.
Reiko Aylesworth (on 24): What's great about the fanbase is that it's such an engaging show and it attracts people that want to be stimulated and not just veg out. The show really attracts an intelligent audience. I don't really get people coming up to me thinking that I am actually the character, but it does have a cult following, which is similar to the Trekkie thing. I love playing this character. She has a lot of dimensions to her - I hope. And it's always best, I think, to play a strong character and incredibly confident character and then follow that up with a role that is totally different. I would love to play a dizzy character, like a dumb dope addict or something.
Reiko Aylesworth (on her storyline for season 3 of 24): They didn't know. They said: 'Look you're going to be exposed to the virus and we don't know whether we are going to kill you off or not.'
So I was like: 'Wow! Thank you.'
Reiko Aylesworth (on her 24 character, Michelle Dessler): That's another thing. It's a great opportunity to play an intelligent, strong-willed woman. But also compassionate. It was important.
Reiko Aylesworth (on how she got into acting): I think I had an incredibly supportive family. A lot of my family works in the social work and criminal justice system. They didn't want me going into that. I don't know how I fell into acting, it just developed as a passion. I was studying science in college and doing theater, and suddenly I had this passion for acting and science got left behind. My family is very supportive of me.
Reiko Aylesworth: Yeah, I mean there's always that. If you hear that you're going to get killed off, you want to hear before pilot season. As an actor, you're a squirrel, you have to put your nuts away and get ready for hibernation. Like an athlete, you know there are a set number of years that you can work. If you're a series regular on a show you know you'll be paid throughout that year. Which is why you don't want to make serious investments or blow all your money. There's definitely an economic factor. But we choose this life, and I feel like I'm lucky to be doing this and making a living at it. I'd like to know that I could do something else if I had to.
Reiko Aylesworth (on the second season of 24): There's just this sexual charge to everything because of the urgency. We have to stop the bomb, now! This might be our last day on earth! We're all going to die, let's get our rocks off! That kind of thing. And then you've got Kiefer and his velvety voice. He's got chemistry with anything.
Reiko Aylesworth (on her career): Who's going to remember someone like me, who's had big parts in very small movies and small parts in big movies. Like in the Harrison Ford movie Random Hearts, I play the secretary of Harrison's dead wife. I got to cry in some scenes with Harrison.
Reiko Aylesworth: I didn't know a soul when I got to New York and I felt really displaced. The first week I was euphoric, and then I realized how isolating the city can be.