For the baseball player, see Bob Knepper.
Robert Lyle Knepper (brought into the world July 8, 1959) is an American entertainer most popular for his function as Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell in the Fox dramatization arrangement Prison Break (2005–2009, 2017), Samuel Sullivan in the last period of the NBC arrangement Heroes (2009–2010), Angus McDonough in The CW arrangement iZombie (2015–2018) and Rodney Mitchum in Showtime's recovery of Twin Peaks (2017). He has additionally showed up in movies, for example, Hitman (2007), Transporter 3 (2008) and Jack Reacher Never Go Back (2016).
Robert Knepper in 2016.
Robert Lyle Knepper
July 8, 1959 (age 61)
Fremont, Ohio, U.S.
A long time dynamic
(m. 2005; div. 2009)
In spite of the fact that Knepper never proposed to work in film and TV ventures, he started his TV and movie profession in 1986 with The Paper Chase and That's Life!. Knepper proceeded to have bigger functions in such movies as Wild Thing, Young Guns II, When the Bough Breaks and Everyone Says I Love You. He showed up on such TV arrangement as The Twilight Zone, Star Trek: The Next Generation, ER and Law and Order. In 2005, after a common function on the HBO arrangement Carnivàle, Knepper was projected in his most popular part, as Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell in Prison Break. The arrangement got positive surveys upon delivery, and "T-Bag" is regularly viewed as one of the best TV antagonists of all time. During his experience on Prison Break, Knepper likewise featured in various movies; Good Night, and Good Luck, Hitman, Transporter 3 and The Day the Earth Stood Still.
After Prison Break finished in 2009, Knepper was given a role as scalawag Samuel Sullivan in the fourth and last period of Heroes. After this, he proceeded to have a common part in Stargate Universe in 2010. He visitor featured on season six of Criminal Minds as Rhett Walden, a chronic executioner. The very year he played the nominal character in the film variation of Burning Daylight.
Furthermore, Knepper showed up as Honolulu Police Internal Affairs analyst Rex Coughlin in two scenes of Hawaii Five-0.
In 2011, he repeated his part of T-Bag in one scene of the A&E arrangement Breakout Kings. The following year he played Frank Sinatra in My Way, a biopic of Claude François, a French pop artist who composed the melody "Comme d'habitude", the first form of Sinatra's tune "My Way".
Knepper was projected in the 2013 TV arrangement Cult as Roger Reeves, an entertainer playing Billy Grimm on a show called Cult. The show was dropped after just one season. The exact year, he showed up in R.I.P.D., Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and visitor featured on the TV arrangement The Blacklist (scene: "The Courier"). Toward the finish of 2013, the TNT arrangement Mob City debuted, in which Knepper played criminal Sid Rothman. In 2014, Knepper visitor featured in scenes of Arrow and The Flash as ace programmer and time-and-movement study master William Tockman/Clock King.
Since 2015, Knepper has had a repetitive part on iZombie as Angus McDonough, the repelled and damaging dad of Blaine DeBeers (David Anders). It was reported in July 2017 that Knepper would be elevated to the show's primary cast for season 4.
Knepper was projected in the reboot of David Lynch's Twin Peaks as criminal Rodney Mitchum. He later voiced the book recording transformation for the connection epistolary novel of the show called The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
Knepper has a child, Benjamin Peter (brought into the world 2002), from his first marriage.
On November 8, 2017, ensemble planner Susan Bertram blamed Knepper for rape on the arrangement of the film Gas Food Lodging in 1991. Knepper denied the charges in a since-erased Instagram post. On February 28, 2018, Bertram's legal counselors reported she was recording a criticism claim against Knepper in the wake of his dissents, looking for harms in a jury trial.
Four extra charges occurring somewhere in the range of 1983 and 2013 were made against Knepper on December 5. All were denied by Knepper.
Late in 2017, in the wake of these allegations, The CW led an interior request. Finding no proof of offense happening on the set, it was declared he would be staying on the series. On January 12, 2018, it was reported that the studio had directed a subsequent examination. CW president Mark Pedowitz expressed, "Once more, the examination identified with the set and his conduct on the set. They found no bad behavior on the set." Pedowitz expounded that Knepper had marked on for a solitary season and that his exit from the arrangement had just been
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