Here's what the cast of Prison Break have been up to since the show finished
There have been rumblings of a sixth season of Prison Break for quite some time, but as of this moment, we're still patiently waiting for any concrete updates.
But that doesn't mean the cast have been sat around twiddling their thumbs. The major players have all had plenty to be getting on with, as you can see below.
Wade Williams (Brad Bellick)
Wade Williams has been busy since departing Prison Break, appearing in multiple TV shows and films in minor roles.
His most notable credits are Venom, in which he played a prison guard, The Dark Knight Rises as a Blackgate Prison warden, and Gangster Squad.
Williams also took on the role of loathsome hospital steward Silas Bullen in Mercy Street, a medical period drama starring How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor, Birds of Prey's Mary Elizabeth Winstead and McKinley Belcher III (Ozark), among others.
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe (Gretchen Morgan)
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe joined the sixth season of The Vampire Diaries as Dr Jo Laughlin, Alaric Saltzman's former fiancée and biological mother to twins Josie and Lizzie.
She also appeared in sports drama Hit the Floor, which aired on VH1 and BET. It ran for four seasons.
Paul Adelstein (Paul Kellerman)
Paul Adelstein appeared in Bravo comedy-drama Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, in which he played a director and the recently separated husband of protagonist Abby McCarthy. The show ran for five seasons.
He also starred in NBC comedy I Feel Bad as David, the husband of Sarayu Blue's Emet, a career woman, wife and mother who, despite her best efforts, feels like she isn't nailing any of it. The Inbetweeners star James Buckley also featured. It was cancelled after the first season.
And Adelstein is a recurring character in Dick Wolf's police procedural Chicago PD.
Inbar Lavi (Sheba)
Since she left Prison Break in 2017, Inbar Lavi starred in Bravo's dark comedy Imposters as a con artist who becomes romantically involved with men and women, before robbing them and doing a runner. It was cancelled after two seasons.
She also rocked up in Lucifer season four as Eve, who left heaven for earth to seek out her former lover.
Marshall Allman (LJ Burrows)
Marshall Allman's output hasn't slowed down since his time on Prison Break, securing a number of fleeting roles in the likes of Mad Men, CSI: Miami and Sons of Anarchy, to name just a handful, as well as working in independent films, such as The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle.
One of his most notable roles was that of Tommy Mickens in seasons three and four of True Blood.
He also appeared in Humans season two as Milo Khoury, the owner of Qualia, a synth research centre, and there was Quantum Break, a series based on the video game of the same name, which also starred Game of Thrones' Aidan Gillen.
Allman appeared in 2020's The Wolf of Snow Hollow, which was one of Robert Forster's (Jackie Brown, Breaking Bad) final projects.
Robert Knepper (T-Bag)
Following his role in Prison Break, Robert Knepper continued to appear in the Twin Peaks revival, Homeland and iZombie.
His IMDb page also notes a couple of lesser-known TV titles: Nova Vita with Breaking Bad's Dean Norris and Paper Empire with Denise Richards.
And this is what his film CV looks like: Redemption Day and Lena and Snowball are in the pipeline, with previous works including: SWAT, Voice of the Nation, Defended War, 1st Born, Edge of Fear and Frat Pack.
Sarah Wayne Callies (Dr Sara Scofield)
Sarah Wayne Callies starred in National Geographic's The Long Road Home, a miniseries which revolves around a US army unit locked in a siege in Baghdad. She appeared alongside Jack Ryan's Michael Kelly, Raising Dion's Jason Ritter and The I-Land's Kate Bosworth, plus others.
She also continued to appear in The Walking Dead as Lori Grimes until 2018 and Colony, a USA Network sci-fi drama created by Carlton Cuse (Locke & Key, Jack Ryan) which is set in a near-future Los Angeles following an alien occupation. It ran for three seasons.
Sarah also starred in NBC drama Council of Dads as a woman who recruits three of her friends to be father figures to her children when her husband dies from cancer. It was canned after just one season.
Rockmond Dunbar (C-Note)
Rockmond Dunbar starred in City of Lies, a film which followed the LAPD's investigations into the murders of rappers Tupac and The Notorious BIG, alongside Johnny Depp, Forest Whitaker (Godfather of Harlem) and Neil Brown Jr (SEAL Team). And he appeared in Edge of Fear, a home invasion thriller in which one man attempts to save his wife, with several other Prison Break alumni. Its Rotten Tomatoes rating sits at just 12%, so you'll probably want to give that one a miss.
Dunbar has also been a regular on Fox police procedural 9-1-1, created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear. He plays the ex-husband of Angela Bassett's LAPD patrol sergeant.
Amaury Nolasco (Fernando Sucre)
Amaury Nolasco played a drug kingpin in Starz crime drama Hightown alongside the Chicago franchise's Monica Raymund. It's been renewed for a second season.
His other most prominent TV role was that of an FBI agent in ABC crime procedural Deception, which was axed after one season.
Nolasco starred in indie film Locating Silver Lake with Josh Peck (Drake and Josh), Finn Wittrock (American Horror Story) and Aubrey Peeples (Nashville), which follows Peck as an aspiring writer, newly dumped by his girlfriend, who moves to LA.
He also featured in 2018 crime drama Speed Kills, which starred John Travolta (American Crime Story) and Katheryn Winnick (Vikings), plus others.
And you can catch Nolasco in thriller Till Death with Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso), Evangeline Lilly (Ant-Man), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Shea Whigham (Joker) and others.
Wentworth Miller (Michael Scofield)
Following his time on Prison Break, Wentworth Miller continued his role as Lenny Snart aka Captain Cold in The CW's Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash.
He also played a senator in the sixth and final season of CBS political drama Madam Secretary, and guest-starred on police procedural Law & Order: SVU as two different characters.
Dominic Purcell (Lincoln Burrows)
Like Wentworth, Dominic Purcell was also part of the Arrowverse during his time on Prison Break, appearing in The Flash as Mick Rory aka Heat Wave. He exited that series in 2016, but continued to play a role in Legends of Tomorrow, which he is leaving at the end of the upcoming seventh season.
Purcell is also in British-German action-horror Blood Red Sky on Netflix. Here's the official synopsis: "A woman with a mysterious illness is forced into action when a group of terrorists attempt to hijack a transatlantic overnight flight. In order to protect her son she will have to reveal a dark secret, and unleash the inner monster she has fought to hide."
William Fichtner (Alexander Mahone)
William Fichtner has not been short of work following his Prison Break exit.
After he departed the show in 2009, he has appeared in a number of films, the most notable being:
Date Night, starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey, in which they play a married couple who are dragged into an exciting yet treacherous chain of events when they are mistaken for other people.
The Big Bang with Antonio Banderas, which revolves around a private detective on the hunt for a missing exotic dancer.
Drive Angry with Nicolas Cage and Amber Heard, which follows a man on a mission to enact revenge on the people who killed his daughter and kidnapped his granddaughter.
The Lone Ranger, starring Johnny Depp.
Sci-fi film Elysium with Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Alice Braga (I Am Legend), Diego Luna and others, in which those on Earth live in poverty, which the upper classes reside in just outside the Earth's orbit on Elysium.
The Homesman, a Western historical flick, with Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank , Meryl Streep and Jesse Plemons (Breaking Bad) among others.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Independence Day: Resurgence with Jeff Goldblum, Liam Hemsworth, Bill Pullman and others.
In Phantom, starring Ed Harris and David Duchovny, a Soviet Navy submarine captain is on a mission to stop the breakout of war.
Hot Summer Nights, in which Timothée Chalamet plays a teenager sent to live with his aunt on Cape Cod following his dad's death, where he meets Hunter, played by Maika Monroe (It Follows).
In Drunk on Love, Nick Robinson (A Teacher) plays a young man who falls in love with an exotic dancer, played by Rosario Dawson. Rapper TI and Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives) also feature alongside others.
12 Strong is an action-war film starring with Chris Hemsworth, Michael Shannon and Michael Peña, among others.
There's also St Sebastian, a film directed by Danny DeVito which follows people alive and kicking in Russia following nuclear war. And there's The Birthday Cake with Ewan McGregor, Val Kilmer, Aldis Hodge, Ashley Benson and You's Penn Badgley, among others.
Fichtner also starred in a series called Crossing Lines, in which he played a NY police officer who joined a special crime unit following an injury that sees him become addicted to morphine.
He's also appeared in a handful of Entourage episodes, briefly in Empire and he's a series main on US sitcom Mom, in which Anna Faris and Allison Janney play a mother-daughter duo who are both recovering alcoholics trying to rebuild their relationship.
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