Looking for information on the "Prison break" cast? As you probably know, "Prison Break" was a television series that ran on the FOX Network from 2005 through 2009. In this show, an innocent man ends up getting sent to jail and his brother tries to commit crimes to get himself sent to the same jail on purpose. Once they are in the same jail together, they can make plans to break out. The creator of "Prison Break" was Paul Scheuring and the show was mainly produced by 20th Century Fox Television.
Dominic Purcell. In "Prison Break", Dominic Purcell plays the character of Lincoln Burrows. Dominic Purcell was born in 1970 and he has appeared in many other TV shows over the years, such as John Doe and BeastMaster. Lincoln Burrows appeared in all 81 episodes from 2005 through 2009. Due to a political conspiracy, Lincoln Burrows gets framed for the murder of Terrance Steadman, who is the brother of the Vice President of the United States.
Wentworth Miller. Wentworth Miller plays the character known as Michael Scofield in "Prison Break". Michael Scofield is the brother of Lincoln Burrows and a structural engineer in "Prison Break". Although it takes him quite a bit of time, Scofield does get sent to prison, where he breaks out his brother, Lincoln, and six other inmates. Wentworth Miller was born in 1972 really broke into the television and movie scene by starring in The Human Stain in 2003.
Amaury Nolasco. Fernardo Sucre, who also appeared in all of the episodes of "Prison Break", is played by Amaury Nolasco. Amaury Nolasco, who was born in 1970, mostly made one episode appearances on other TV shows before being cast in "Prison Break". The character that he plays, Fernardo Sucre, is the cell mate of Michael Scofield in the show.
Robert Knepper. Robert Kneeper, who plays Theodore Bagwell in "Prison Break", is the last character that appeared in all 81 episodes of this TV show. In "Prison Break", Theodore Bagwell, who is known as T-Bag, has a past relationship with Michael Scofield, and they make a pact together to escape from prison. Robert Knepper was born in 1959 and he has been active in the movie and television industry since 1986 when he appeared in the television series The Paper Chase.