Special Agent Lincoln Lee
FBI Special Agent Lincoln Lee has glasses and wears suits — a much different look than the field-ready fatigues of his counterpart on the Other Side. The Hartford, Connecticut-based agent also had no clue about Fringe Division until he came across the strange case of a seemingly immortal woman, and Agent Broyles had him consult on the Fringe investigation. Lincoln ended up liking the exciting work, telling Peter Bishop to call him if they ever needed help again.
But when Peter created a bridge between worlds, and then disappeared from reality, time was rewritten. Now, neither Lincoln nor anyone on the Fringe team remembers that previous encounter. Instead, he was pulled into the weird world of Fringe Division after his partner, Agent Robert Danzig, was murdered by a new form of human shapeshifter. Lincoln appears mild-mannered but can be extremely persistent, and he's just as observant and resilient as the other Agent Lee. No wonder Olivia quickly decides he's an asset to the team and railroads Agent Broyles into bringing him on.
Lincoln fully immerses himself in Fringe cases, catching up on the history of shapeshifters and reading old files while joining the team in the field on new investigations. He's already shown he can keep his cool and maintain his dry humor in even the freakiest of circumstances, such as when a giant intelligent fungus pinned him to a wall and started eating him. Welcome aboard, Agent Lee.
Captain Lincoln Lee
Captain Lincoln Lee is a Fringe Division agent in charge of the team that includes Bolivia and Agent Charlie Francis. When Olivia Dunham and a Fringe team from her side crossed over to get Peter Bishop back from Walternate, Agent Lee suffered severe burns in a confrontation with former Cortexiphan kids Sally Clark and Nick Lane. He spent months recovering in a nanite regeneration chamber, but was allowed out for brief periods to help with cases.
A highly observant agent with specialized knowledge of man-made universe breaches, Agent Lee is devoted to his work and his teammates. He's quick to banter with hisagents and is deeply fond of Bolivia. Walternate kept him in the dark when he swapped the two Olivias, but Agent Lee eventually learned the truth. What he didn't know was that Walternate secretly had Colonel Broyles killed and used his body as mass to bring Bolivia back to their side.
Lincolnreluctantly took over Broyles' job and rose to the challenge of running Fringe Division. Later, with cab driver Henry Higgins, he helped Bolivia deliver her son with Peter and confessed his love for her. But timelines in both universes changed when Peter created the bridge between worlds and disappeared from reality, so now Col. Broyles is alive, the baby never existed, and Agent Lee is back tobeing Bolivia's team leader.
Seth Gabel is a versatile actor on the rise for both the small and big screen. In film, Gabel just wrapped production as the lead in “Recalled,” playing a lieutenant in the U.S. National Guard. He was most recently seen in the coming-of-age comedy/drama “Take Me Home Tonight” with Topher Grace. Gabel also appeared in the film version of Dan Brown’s successful novel “The Da Vinci Code” directed by Ron Howard.
Previously, Gabel co-starred with Peter Krause and Donald Sutherland in the critically acclaimed series “Dirty, Sexy, Money,” playing the role of “Jeremy Darling,” the charming, rebellious and exceedingly idiosyncratic son of the privileged and powerful Darling family. Gabel also drew attention for his portrayal of “Adrian Moore,” the oedipal, sexually confused son of Famke Janssen on “Nip/Tuck.” The story-arc garnered much attention for their incestuous and emotionally abusive relationship.
Additional television credits include guest-starring roles on “United States of Tara,” “The Closer,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Sex and the City” and “100 Centre Street,” directed by Sidney Lumet.
Gabel, a graduate from New York University’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, is a Hollywood, FL, native and currently resides in Los Angeles.