|Profession:||Major, USMC, Military Intelligence|
|Played by:||Diego Klattenhoff|
|Seasons:||1, 2, 3|
Nick later discovered the affair and briefly separated from his wife and ended his friendship with Mike. However, Brody later returned to his wife and had been asked to run for Congress. Brody fixed his friendship with Mike and forgave him, also asking him to persuade Jessica to let him run for office.
Mike agreed and asked Jessica to consider it, which upset her. During these events, an old friend of Mike and Brody by the name of Thomas Walker returned to the United States as a terrorist. He assassinated Elizabeth Gaines as a distraction for Brody to assassinate the Vice Presient, but Brody failed. Brody killed Walker as a test of loyalty to Abu Nazir.
Brody later got Jessica's approval, ran for Congress and won. Mike became suspicious of the events surrounding Walker's death and asked Brody to use his Congressional power to look into it for him. Brody agreed.
At some point in, or before 2003, Mike Faber joined the United States Marine Corps.
At some point in, or before 2011, Mike and Megan divorced. (Pilot)
While Nick was missing and presumed dead for eight years, Mike started a relationship with Nicks wife. He became an increasingly important part of her life during Nick's absence and they were just about ready to move in together when Nick was rescued in Iraq and returned home. (Pilot)
After Nick's return, Mike met him, as well as Jessica, Chris and Dana at the airport. (Pilot)
Behind the ScenesEdit
|Pilot||Grace||Clean Skin||Semper I||Blind Spot|
|The Good Soldier||The Weekend||"Achilles Heel"||"Crossfire"||Representative Brody|
|"The Vest"||"Marine One"|
|"The Smile"||Beirut is Back||State of Independence||New Car Smell||"Q&A"|
|A Gettysburg Address||The Clearing||I'll Fly Away||Two Hats||"Broken Hearts"|
|"In Memoriam"||The Choice|
|"Tin Man Is Down"||"Uh... Oh... Ah..."||"Tower of David"||Game On||"The Yoga Play"|
|"Still Positive"||"Gerontion"||"A Red Wheelbarrow"||"One Last Thing"||"Good Night"|
|"Big Man in Tehran"||"The Star"|
- Mike Faber (Showtime's official character page)