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Brad Bellick

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They hear noise and Self and Gretchen go to investigate, but are betrayed by the buyer when he points his gun at them and they run for cover and a shootout occurs.

The buyer shoots Self in the shoulder and flees with the money and Scylla. Later they are to work with Lincoln and T-Bag to recover Scylla.

Self's character plays a less prominent role in the season's final episodes, where he works with his new team to find Scylla and track down the new buyer, which turns out to be Lincoln and Michael's mother, Christina Rose Scofield.

When the team fails in their assignment, the general decides to punish them by ordering the death of one of their family members and singles out Self's wife, who is actually alive and in a persistent vegetative state due to Self's drunk and reckless behavior.

Self then escapes, but gets arrested at the hospital, where one of Christina's men injects him with a serum that gradually leaves him in the same state his wife was in.

He refuses to help federal agents with locating Burrows and Scofield because they failed at protecting him, and is left in his vegetative state for the rest of his life.

In his final appearance in the epilogue of the Series Finale, set four years after the events of the rest of the episode, Self is revealed to be living at a rest facility, using a wheelchair, mute and drooling.

Jacob Anton Ness played by Mark Feuerstein is an economics professor at University of Syracuse, and Sara's second husband and Mike's stepfather.

He and Sara were married sometime during the seven years after Michael's supposed death. In the season premiere, he is shot in the leg by someone supposedly sent to kill Sara and Mike due to Lincoln investigating Michael's death, and spends the next two episodes recovering in the hospital.

During this time, Sara finds out Michael is still alive under the name Kaniel Outis, and tells him.

He tells her that Michael may have succumbed to madness due to the choices he made. After being released, he, Sara and Mike lie low at his parents' lake house per Sara's choice, though he says the university has resources that can be used to find their attackers.

T-Bag eventually tracks the attackers to a meeting with him. Sara confronts him on this, and he claims he was paying them off to leave him alone, and later seems to prove this by having them arrested with a tracker in the money, forgiving Sara for her paranoia.

However, Michael later reveals him to be "Poseidon", a rogue CIA agent that he has been working for in exchange for exoneration of himself and others.

Michael also reveals that he murdered the CIA agent Michael's alias is accused of having murdered. Sara returns to New York and tries to pretend she does not know, but he sees through this immediately, and captures her and Mike.

Michael, Lincoln and their contacts try to catch him, and manage to track him to his lake house, but he seemingly turns the tables and has one of his subordinates ambush Michael and Mike, with Sara's fate unknown.

He is ultimately caught and incarcerated at Fox River, where he is attacked by T-Bag as retribution for Whip's death.

Sheba played by Inbar Lavi is a woman who leads a resistance movement in Yemen, and C-Note's contact when he and Lincoln arrive.

She allows the two to visit Ogygia, and later helps them rescue a man who can help them facilitate Michael's escape, as well as his daughter and several schoolgirls, from ISIL.

She and Lincoln later attempt to get fake passports, but are captured, and she is nearly raped by a one-eyed man who had a crush on her in high school, but is saved by Lincoln.

She and C-Note bring the people they saved from ISIL to an airport and manage to get on board a small plane, but are forced to leave without Michael, Lincoln and their fellow escapees.

They make it to Jordan, and eventually back to the States, where she and C-Note regroup with Michael and Lincoln, and help them track down Poseidon and his subordinates to find Sara and Mike.

Eventually, when Michael figures out where they are, Lincoln kisses her and sends her back to take care of the others, claiming he could not forgive himself if something happened to her.

David "Whip" Martin played by Augustus Prew is introduced as Michael's cellmate in Ogygia in season 5. He is quickly revealed to know that Michael is not Kaniel Outis, and that he and Michael have been breaking people out of prisons around the world for years.

Michael repeatedly calls him his Michael's whip-hand, hence his nickname. He is loyal to Michael despite not knowing his real name, but as their time in Ogygia goes on and their escape plan doesn't seem to be working, he starts to become more paranoid that Michael will betray him, which only increases when Abu Ramal, the prisoner they are in Ogygia to break out, is released from solitary confinement.

Michael repeatedly tells him he will not leave him, but he continues to be frightened, even fighting Michael and forcing a guard to break them up though this is part of Michael's plan.

He confronts Michael during the escape, where Michael finally reveals his plan to leave Ramal behind, satisfying Whip. However, the escape fails, and he, Michael, Ramal and their cellmate Ja are thrown into solitary confinement, where he starts to become paranoid once again as ISIL strikes land closer to the prison.

After Michael convinces Ramal to help them escape, he and Ja are released from their cells when Michael gets the keys. They try to persuade Michael to leave Ramal behind, but Michael admits he is necessary.

Eventually the four escape the prison along with Sid, another inmate, and formulate a plan to double-cross Ramal, but he turns the tables on them.

Whip tells Ramal he was arrested for killing a man in a barfight, and when they are surprised by Lincoln, he takes the opportunity to kill Ramal, which ends up backfiring.

With ISIL hunting them, he continues to follow Michael, now knowing his real name, despite two of their plans for escape failing.

Eventually the group tries to escape across the desert to Phaecia, a small fishing village, and Whip kills several ISIL members following them.

He accompanies Michael and Lincoln to Crete, Greece , and expresses his admiration for an injured Michael. He then accompanies them on to a freighter, arranged by Sucre, back to the States.

When they are caught by NAVY Seals, he escapes with Michael, Lincoln and Sucre in a life raft, and is taken by fishing boat to France, from where Michael instead sends him to Chicago instead of New York.

During this time, it is revealed that his real name is David Martin, and that he was a survivor in prison, which is why Michael chose him as his partner and the cover story he told Ramal may have been why he was originally incarcerated.

In Chicago, he follows coordinates given by Michael to Lake Michigan, where he meets T-Bag. T-Bag reveals that he is in fact his father, which is the reason why he Michael made him his whip-hand.

Jonathan Krantz , or the " Pad Man " to fans played by Leon Russom , is the main antagonist in the series. He is the leader of The Company and holds the rank of General.

He appears only fleetingly in his first two seasons, as William Kim's shadowy superior and architect of Michael Scofield 's incarceration at Sona.

The character plays a large and important role in season 4, appearing in every episode although being credited as a guest star instead of being in the main credits.

In earlier seasons, he is identified by his tendency to issue orders on notepads, to avoid being recorded, a tendency which he fully abandons by the fourth season.

In his appearance in the fourth season premiere, he discovers that James Whistler, the man Michael was forced to break out of Sona, is a traitor.

After Whistler's betrayal, he orders drastic measures to be taken against The Company's enemies, dispatching the ruthless assassin Wyatt to kill anyone and everyone necessary to achieve those ends.

Meanwhile, in the initial stages of his season 4 character arc, the General is not aware of Michael's teams' efforts to steal Scylla and most early episodes of the season deals with him planning a sinister operation in Laos, and interacting mostly with Wyatt and the Scylla Cardholders.

As the season unfolds, Michael and his team eventually learn of the General's identity and his place as the leader of The Company, and he gradually comes to the forefront of the plot with increased screen time with the protagonists as a consequence.

When it is reported that Agent Don Self did an identity search on the General, he seems to be very shocked and gives Wyatt the order to keep an eye on Self.

In "Safe and Sound", it is revealed to the viewers that the General's name is "Jonathan Krantz", [17] as seen from the images of him.

Learning that the General has one of the Scylla Cards, Michael's team plan an attack against his limo in "The Price".

Due to the betrayal of team member Roland Glenn, the General is alerted and the attack is not successful. Now knowing that Scylla is in danger, the General orders it to be moved and puts increasing pressure on Wyatt to kill the brothers.

He is tricked in the next episode into thinking that Wyatt has killed the brothers, but decides to go ahead with moving Scylla anyway.

He plays a large role in "Selfless", where he comes face to face with the Scylla team for the first time.

When he goes to confront Michael in the underground bunker, he is forced to hand over his card by Michael's team at gunpoint. Thinking it is useless without the other cards, he's shocked when Michael unlocks Scylla with copies of the other five cards and takes him hostage.

Under duress and the threat of his daughter Lisa's life, he allows the Scylla team to escape, only in the end realizing Michael has planned everything, including the getaway.

In the following episodes, the General is put under immense pressure as he must direct efforts to retrieve Scylla while dealing with dissent amongst his own ranks.

After learning in "Just Business" that Gretchen Morgan and Self has Scylla, he sends his men to retrieve it and eliminate all threats to The Company.

His men fail, but capture Michael instead. Discovering that he is in an unstable condition, he is taken back to Company HQ. The General orders the doctors to look after Michael and keep him stable, and tells Lincoln that he can save Michael's life in exchange for the safe return of Scylla.

The last third of the fourth season shows the General trying to use leverage to control and motivate Lincoln and his team in their pursuit of Scylla, while instructing his men to kill Michael, who escapes from Company security after the surgery.

The General has a somewhat reduced role in these final episodes, often having only a couple of scenes per episode. This is in part due to the introduction of a new prominent antagonist, Christina Rose Scofield Michael and Lincoln's mother.

A former employee of The Company, Christina turns rogue and acquires Scylla to set her own master plan in motion.

This includes an assassination attempt against the General in "The Mother Lode" by one of the cardholders, who is working for Christina.

For a while, the viewers are led to believe that the General dies in the explosion that destroys his limo, but he is later revealed to still be alive if injured.

As a consequence, the General grows increasingly desperate and paranoid, demanding the lives of all involved in the attempt on his life and the identity of the one holding Scylla.

After he is informed that Christina is the buyer of Scylla, which Lincoln had neglected to tell him, the General travels to Miami with a number of henchmen to take charge himself.

The General's screen time again increases somewhat in these final episodes, setting up for the eventual resolution of his character arc.

Much of his screen time in these final episodes include him conspiring to get Scylla back, while also taking revenge on Christina, Michael and Lincoln.

To this end, he takes Sara hostage in "Cowboys and Indians" and forces Michael to hand over Scylla. He promises to let them all go, which he actually has no intention of doing.

Instead he states that he is planning a slow death for Michael and leaves Sara to be raped by T-Bag. In the last episode of the show, the General makes one last desperate attempt to get Scylla back, but is outwitted by Michael and the others and is left for the authorities.

Michael then successfully releases Scylla to both the United States government and the United Nations. It is revealed in the series epilogue set four years after the events of the finale that Krantz was tried possibly for treason and multiple counts of murder and sentenced to death via the electric chair.

In his final scene, the character is about to be executed. When asked if he is ready, he utters the last words " Semper Paratus ".

Krantz also appears briefly in The Final Break a straight-to-DVD special set before the epilogue where he is incarcerated at Miami Dade Prison and orders a hit on Sara in a last attempt to get revenge on Michael, but fails since Sara escapes successfully with the help of Gretchen who gets left behind.

William Kim played by Reggie Lee is a fairly high-ranking member of The Company who acts as an intermediary between the President and Paul Kellerman.

He is introduced in the season 2 episode "Map ", and is the primary Company antagonist in the second season of the show. Kim becomes Kellerman's new supervisor shortly after the Fox River Eight escape.

Kellerman is dismayed by this, as he has directly reported to Reynolds for 15 years, and the two characters have an antagonistic relationship throughout the first half of the season.

Kim's character initially has a passive role, directing Kellerman's actions mainly through phone conversations.

Throughout the season, Kim orders the deaths of all he perceives as a threat to the conspiracy, even including Governor Frank Tancredi , and orders Kellerman to murder Sara Tancredi as well.

However, when Kellerman fails, Kim cuts him off, disavowing any records relating him to the President. In " The Killing Box ", Kellerman calls Kim with a plan to eliminate the recently recaptured Lincoln and Michael.

Kim agrees but then instructs an operative to kill Kellerman. This plot backfires when Kellerman betrays him.

Kim's role grows larger and more active in the season's later episodes. In the episode, " John Doe ", Kim learns of Kellerman's betrayal, and fails to protect Terrence Steadman as Kellerman and the brothers get their hands on him.

As Kellerman has now switched sides, Kim increasingly appears in scenes with Alexander Mahone , the leader of the FBI manhunt who is secretly under blackmail from The Company.

Kim puts pressure on him to murder the fugitives. Kim also attempts to manipulate Kellerman by using a female operative and voice-alteration equipment to give him the appearance that President Reynolds is willing to make amends, though Kellerman eventually sees through this ploy.

As the character's role grows bigger, he becomes the primary antagonist of the brothers in season 2, and Kim begins to share screen time with them, most notably in " Sweet Caroline " where he violently attacks Michael in an attempt to make him reveal Lincoln's whereabouts.

After the brothers escape to Panama, Kim is ordered by his superior, a mysterious man known in season 2 only as "Pad Man", to kill Lincoln and frame Michael for it, thus ensuring Michael's incarceration at the prison called Sona.

Although he hates being in the field, Kim personally travels to Panama in the season finale to complete The Company's plan.

In the character's final appearance, he is shot and killed by Sara Tancredi just before he is about to kill Lincoln. Caroline Reynolds played by Patricia Wettig is a recurring character introduced in the second episode of the series , and is eventually revealed to be the Vice President of the United States.

She is affiliated with The Company, and is portrayed as an ambitious politician who seeks to secure the presidency through any means necessary, including murder.

She was the main antagonist for the first season. Reynolds is at the center of the show's conspiracy plot in the first season, having framed Lincoln Burrows for her brother Terrence Steadman 's faked death.

She goes to great lengths to preserve this conspiracy. The character initially appears only sporadically, ordering her agents to kill anyone who interferes, and later announces her candidacy for President.

Her role eventually grows larger, focusing on her dealings with The Company, and her allegiance with her henchman Paul Kellerman.

It is shown in the episodes "Brother's Keeper" and "Go" that Kellerman is very affectionate and loyal to her, having served her for 15 years, though she does not share the extent of his feelings, instead using them to turn Kellerman into her devoted lackey.

In "The Key", her popularity in the polls begins to decrease and The Company decides to abandon her in "Go".

However, after Reynolds secretly poisons and kills the President in the season finale, she is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States.

She is often mentioned, but her only real appearance is in " Sweet Caroline ," [18] for which Wettig was credited as a "Special Guest Star". Michael Scofield allows himself to be captured and blackmails her for a presidential pardon with a tape that implicates her in the conspiracy, and also strongly suggests that she and Steadman were incestuous lovers.

She caves, but is then threatened by The Company, and instead announces she has a malignant form of cancer , forcing her to resign the presidency.

Later it is assumed that Reynolds was arrested after Kellerman revealed what she did at Sara's trial. At the campaign rally in " Sweet Caroline ", banners can be seen promoting Reynolds's campaign website, Reynolds-Again.

The website is an easter egg , like Europeangoldfinch. The website reveals that Reynolds has previously served as a US Senator and as a member of the Illinois State Board of Education.

Christina Rose Scofield portrayed by Kathleen Quinlan is the mother of Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrows. She is first referred to in the first-season episode "English, Fitz or Percy" in a flashback sequence to the childhood of the protagonist brothers.

It is revealed that she died young of liver cancer. She is occasionally mentioned throughout the first and second seasons, such as in "Tweener" where Michael credits her with giving him his sense of right and wrong.

She is mentioned again near the end of season 2 in the episode "Panama"; her name is revealed to be Christina Rose Scofield when Michael names his boat after her.

In the early episodes of season 4, her cause of death is retconned to a brain tumor. In "The Sunshine State", she is revealed to be alive, living under the alias Christina Hampton, and working for The Company, though her exact position is unknown.

The character makes her first onscreen appearance at the end of that episode and features as a prominent antagonist for the final six episodes of the show.

As Scylla is stolen from Company headquarters in L. Her appearances in "The Mother Load" and "VS" are devoted towards setting the stage for her grand master plan, as she meets with the son of the Prime Minister of India to offer him Scylla technology.

She also has her first scene with Lincoln, in which she attempts to convince him that she is seeking to reform The Company from within. Christina's character is portrayed as letting nothing stand in her way, which is shown when she later instructs one of her men to kill Lincoln when he interferes with her plan.

In "SOB" Christina is captured by Michael and his girlfriend Sara Tancredi in an effort to make her divulge Scylla's location. The character is often shown to share the same brilliant mind as her son Michael, which is evident when she manipulates him by claiming that Lincoln is adopted the writer of the episode, Karyn Uscher, reveals on the episode audio commentary that this is a lie.

Nevertheless, this puts Michael off balance and he leaves to try and save Lincoln, leaving Sara alone with Christina. She subsequently escapes.

At the end of the episode, the real nature of her plan is revealed to be the assassination of the Prime Minister's son and shifting blame onto the Chinese, thereby provoking a war between India and China that she will profit from by selling Scylla weaponry data to both sides.

However, Michael and Lincoln steal Scylla from her in "Cowboys and Indians", and she resorts to taking Lincoln hostage to try and force Michael to return Scylla to her.

She also shoots him in the lung to give Michael extra incentive. Despite this, her character begins to unravel in the next episode when she is unsuccessful in getting Scylla back in time to profit from the technology.

Michael finally outwits her when he sends Alexander Mahone with a fake Scylla containing a bomb. She survives the explosion in the series finale, however, and continues her pursuit of Scylla.

In her final appearance, she attempts to kill Michael when he refuses to let her leave with Scylla, but is instead shot to death by Sara after a desperate Michael fails to kill her with his misfiring pistol.

Her death at Sara's hands becomes the set-up for The Final Break. Nick Savrinn played by Frank Grillo is a lawyer working for Project Justice.

Together, he and Veronica set off to find evidence to support Lincoln's innocence. Thanks to Nick's connections, they discover that the security tape of Lincoln shooting was faked but when they go to find the original copy of the video tape, it was already damaged.

Returning to Veronica's apartment, they find that the copy of the tape is lost. These events causes Veronica to question Nick's motives, as she suspects him to be in league with the conspiracy.

He later deflects her accusations by providing possible new evidence. As the two continue to uncover the conspiracy In " Riots, Drills and the Devil Part 2 ", they are threatened via a public phone call in Washington, D.

This is followed by an explosion in Veronica's apartment causing the two to escape and go into hiding in Nick's father's cabin in New Glarus, Wisconsin.

In later episodes, they finally have a break-through, learning of the real reason behind the framing of Lincoln and the complicity of the Vice President herself in this plot.

In " And Then There Were 7 ", Nick, Veronica and L. Nick is rushed to hospital with a gunshot wound. After he recovers, Nick and Veronica go to court for one last time to appeal for Lincoln on the day of his execution.

They lose the appeal but fortuitously, an anonymous man gives the judge new evidence that allows him to stay the execution.

This renews their hope. Having learned that Terrence Steadman is still alive, they insist on having a medical examiner investigate Terrence Steadman's supposed body in " By the Skin and the Teeth ".

However, the dental records of the corpse match Steadman's. In " J-Cat ", Nick, Veronica and L. Following these phone records, they are able to find the location where Steadman is hiding.

It is revealed in " The Key " that Nick had another motive for working with Veronica; he had struck a deal with John Abruzzi that in exchange for his father's freedom, he would keep watch on Veronica and deliver her at Abruzzi's request.

When he is asked to bring Veronica with him to a landing strip in episode " Tonight ", he is conflicted with Veronica and his father's safety. Ultimately in the next episode, Nick frees Veronica and tells her to get to Blackfoot, Montana to find Steadman.

Empty-handed, Nick goes to his apartment to meet his father, where he witnesses his father being shot by one of Abruzzi's henchmen.

Nick refuses to tell the henchman where Veronica is and as a result is killed. Roland Glenn played by James Hiroyuki Liao is a computer hacker , identity thief and a reluctant member of Self's covert "A-Team" to track down Scylla.

His computer skills are essential to the group due to the advanced technology the company uses to shield Scylla.

Prior to his conviction, he made a device that could download information off any electronic devices near it, which the "A-Team" uses to get information on Scylla.

Despite this, Roland works with the others in the early episodes of the season and serves the role of an uneasy ally, completing the team's objectives but also showing tendencies of greed and selfishness.

As he is relentlessly threatened and bullied by several team members, Roland becomes increasingly disloyal. In the episode "Blow Out", he overhears Mahone's phone conversation with the Company hitman Wyatt and secretly obtains the phone number Mahone threw in the trash.

The rest of the "A-Team" come to resent him after learning that while on the Vegas mission, he ditched the team to gamble in a casino and had the device taken from him.

When they meet at the end of the episode, however, Wyatt does not pay him. Instead he tortures Roland with bullets to the kneecaps until he gives up the warehouse's location and then delivers a fatal gunshot to Roland's abdomen.

Felicia Lang played by Barbara Eve Harris is an FBI agent tasked with aiding Alexander Mahone in his pursuit of the Fox River Eight.

Lang is introduced in the season 2 episode " Scan ", where she is assigned by Mahone to urge Kacee Franklin to betray her husband, which she seems somewhat reluctant to participate in.

She returns in " Unearthed ", organizing a sting operation involving C-Note 's wife in an attempt to capture C-Note and threatens Kacee's daughter for her to co-operate.

Unlike Agent Wheeler, Lang never verbally criticizes Mahone's methods and seems supportive of his command. Because of this, Mahone appears to trust her more and assigns her to follow Sara Tancredi , who they hope would lead them to Michael Scofield.

They fail to track Sara back to the brothers. Sara surrenders herself and Lang arrests her. Although Lang initially seems wary of Mahone's unstable temperament, she shows open concern for him when Internal Affairs close in on him at the end of season 2.

In season 3, Lang visits Mahone in the Panamanian prison Sona, where he is incarcerated. She offers him a reduced sentence in exchange for his testimony against The Company.

Lang soon becomes aware of Mahone's drug-addiction; she agrees to get pills for him, but arrives too late to see him testify, while strung-out and irrational.

Reluctantly, she returns him to Sona. In Season 4, Mahone calls her to help identify his son's killer. In a later episode, he asks her and Wheeler to help him bring down The Company, but is unable to provide proof so Wheeler forces her to arrest him.

Mahone later escapes custody; Lang, unable to shoot him, lets him go. In the epilogue of Season 4 Mahone is seen as having a relationship with Lang, leaving her behind to go visit Michael's grave.

Mark Wheeler played by Jason Davis is an FBI agent that accompanies and helps Alexander Mahone track down the "Fox River 8" from the FBI Field Office in Chicago.

The character is initially used mainly for expositional purposes, but later gets his own subplot as the agent attempting to expose Mahone's actions.

After the death of John Abruzzi, Wheeler becomes suspicious of Mahone's motives, and later shows frustration that Mahone is keeping him in the dark about his activities in New Mexico.

After Michael and Lincoln's speech is broadcast in " The Message ", Wheeler directly questions Mahone's methods and soon announces that the FBI headquarters and Internal Affairs will be monitoring Mahone's actions.

In "Sweet Caroline", when Wheeler finds out about C-Note's deal with Mahone, he goes to see C-Note to gather evidence on Mahone's misconduct.

He promises C-Note full protection in exchange for his testimony against Mahone. Wheeler then notifies Internal Affairs Director Richard Sullins and together they begin to build up enough evidence to arrest Mahone.

Sensing the impending betrayal, Mahone confronts Wheeler in the FBI parking garage, and although angry about the betrayal, expresses his admiration for Wheeler for having the courage to do the right thing and leaves him unharmed before fleeing the country.

Wheeler returns in season 4. He reluctantly meets with Mahone and agrees to help in his struggle with The Company.

But once Mahone is unable to provide any proof, Wheeler forces Agent Lang to arrest him. Mahone ultimately escapes, however.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He has even considered abandoning the rest of the group and fleeing to Mexico, only offering to bring Sucre along because "it would be nice to have someone who can speak the language.

Bellick stabs the man in the side with a screw driver, allowing Lincoln to escape and kill the assailant. Lincoln thanks Bellick for the rescue at the end of the episode, while Bellick seems to be shaken from the experience.

In a later episode Bellick dies, while saving the mission to get Scylla. Lincoln and Bellick were trying to bridge a pipe across a main water conduit, but it was too heavy.

Bellick heaved the pipe into position, refusing Lincoln's pleas to save himself. The pipe was hauled into place, sealing Bellick inside as the water pressure resumed.

He subsequently drowned. In the following episode several main characters reminisce and mourn Bellick, including T-Bag, Sara, and Sucre.

T-Bag, still masquerading as Cole Pfeiffer, actually delivers an indirect eulogy for Bellick, coining the phrase 'the captivity of negativity', citing the time Bellick spent inside of Fox River as a correctional officer.

This may suggest that Brad's transformation of character may have had to do with the effects of his surroundings, from being an officer dealing with criminals, until his time as a rogue on a mission with the protagonists.

In the episode The Legend , Sucre reveals that during his time in Sona, Bellick not only befriended him before the destruction of the prison and the escape, but actually saved his life.

Sucre says that when T-Bag ordered the burning of the prison, the mob of prisoners nearly trampled him to death, in their mad frenzy to escape.

Bellick at great personal risk to himself dragged him to safety. It was also stated that Bellick had tried and failed to pass the police academy entrance exam five times.

Before his body was sent home to his mother, Mahone placed a badge on his suit which he had acquired from the ball during the episode "Eagles and Angels".

Prison Break is an American television serial drama created by Paul Scheuring for Fox. The series revolves around two brothers, Lincoln Burrows and Michael Scofield ; Burrows has been sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit, and Scofield devises an elaborate plan to help his brother escape prison and clear his name.

The series was produced by Adelstein-Parouse Productions, in association with Original Film and 20th Century Fox Television.

Along with creator Paul Scheuring, the series is executive produced by Matt Olmstead, Kevin Hooks, Marty Adelstein, Dawn Parouse, Neal H.

Moritz, and Brett Ratner who directed the pilot episode. The series' theme music, composed by Ramin Djawadi, was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in Michael Scofield , portrayed by Wentworth Miller, is a fictional character and one of the two main protagonists of the American television series Prison Break.

The character first appeared in the series pilot, in which he deliberately sends himself to prison so as to break his elder brother, Lincoln Burrows, out before his execution for a crime he did not commit.

The storyline of the first season revolves around the two brothers and Michael's plan to help Lincoln escape his death sentence.

Later seasons detail their life on the run and their quest for the truth behind Lincoln's imprisonment.

As the principal character, Michael has been featured in every episode of the series. Although both Lincoln and Michael are the main protagonists of the series, Michael has been featured more extensively than Lincoln, especially in the first season and the third.

Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell is a fictional character from the American television series Prison Break. Played by Robert Knepper, he is part of the main group of characters in the series and is part of the Fox River Eight.

After guest-starring in the series' second episode, "Allen", the actor became one of the regular cast members. The episode was first aired on August 21, in the United States.

It is written by series creator Paul Scheuring and directed by Kevin Hooks, who directed the season finale of season one, "Flight".

William Fichtner is introduced as a new regular cast member, whose character is assigned to track down the eight escapees from Fox River State Penitentiary.

The role of Terrence Steadman was recast to Jeff Perry, who replaces John Billingsley as the brother of Caroline Reynolds.

Alexander "Alex" Mahone is a fictional character portrayed by William Fichtner in the American television series Prison Break.

It was first aired on November 6, , making it the first episode to be aired during the November sweeps in the United States.

The episode is written by Karyn Usher and directed by Dwight H. Regarding the casting of this episode, Rockmond Dunbar, does not appear in this episode.

The episode takes place on June 3 as revealed in the previous episode. Aired on November 20, , it was also one of the episodes that were aired during the sweeps in the United States.

Broadcast on November 27, , it was also the last episode to be aired in in the United States. The episode is written by Zack Estrin and directed by Bobby Roth.

The majority of the events in this episode take place on June 5, a day after Michael's rendezvous with the coyote. The fictional Fox News report in this episode announces that "less than ten days" has passed since the Fox River escape.

Originally aired on January 29, , the episode was written by Zack Estrin and Karyn Usher, and was directed by Bobby Roth. Regular cast members Robert Knepper and Rockmond Dunbar do not appear in this episode.

The episode mainly features the protagonists, Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrows, trying to reach Sara Tancredi, who may help to prove Lincoln's innocence.

The episode aired on March 12, The plot features the protagonists' escape to Panama while subplots include that of Sara Tancredi, Brad Bellick, Fernando Sucre, Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, Alexander Mahone and Benjamin Miles "C-Note" Franklin.

Regarding the casting of this episode, Paul Adelstein does not appear in this episode. This is Benjamin Miles "C-Note" Franklin's last appearance until Rates of Exchange in season 4.

Jodi Lyn O'Keefe does not appear in this episode. In this episode Michael, Lincoln, Sucre and Bellick tunnel into the Company's headquarters.

Gretchen meets with The General. Michael's condition continues to deteriorate. The police question T-Bag regarding Andrew's disappearance.

Wyatt propositions Sara while Mahone awaits his shot at his son's killer. Sadly, a great member makes the ultimate sacrifice for the team.

John, and James Whistler. In seasons 1 and 2, Bellick was mean spirited and obnoxious, however after being put into Sona, his character softened. Wade Williams, who plays Bellick, has mentioned that "Like all guys with a big ego, Bellick probably has very low self-esteem.

When he felt secure behind his position as Captain of Fox River's correctional officers, however, Bellick made it a frequent habit to harass, intimidate and even threaten the lives of others.

But in season 3, Bellick finally begins to learn and grow from the bully he had been in season 1 and 2. As the lowest part of the Sona pecking order, he goes through hell as all other inmates spit on him.

This experience seems to change him. In "Orientacion" the first episode of the third season, Bellick befriends another prisoner who is also an outcast.

Later the man attempts to escape because he is afraid of starving to death since the other prisoners won't give him food.

As he runs across "No man's land" he is shot dead, and Bellick is seen screaming in considerable emotional agony. In season 3's last episode "The Art of the Deal", he was scared and visibly shaken as he watched T-Bag smother Lechero with a pillow.

When T-Bag asked him to help him rescue the wounded Lechero, who was being beaten up by an angry mob of prisoners he initially refused saying that "he could go to hell.

In season 4, the character became more benevolent, actually taking Fernando Sucre along with him after Sona burned down. Bellick still retains some of his previous personality traits.

He is extremely pessimistic, and is always voicing doubts about how they are going to be able to get the information they need to bring the Company down.

He has even considered abandoning the rest of the group and fleeing to Mexico, only offering to bring Sucre along because "it would be nice to have someone who can speak the language.

Bellick stabs the man in the side with a screw driver, allowing Lincoln to escape and kill the assailant. Lincoln thanks Bellick for the rescue at the end of the episode, while Bellick seems to be shaken from the experience.

In a later episode Bellick dies, while saving the mission to get Scylla. Lincoln and Bellick were trying to bridge a pipe across a main water conduit, but it was too heavy.

Bellick heaved the pipe into position, refusing Lincoln's pleas to save himself. The pipe was hauled into place, sealing Bellick inside as the water pressure resumed.

He subsequently drowned. In the following episode several main characters reminisce and mourn Bellick, including T-Bag, Sara, and Sucre. T-Bag, still masquerading as Cole Pfeiffer, actually delivers an indirect eulogy for Bellick, coining the phrase 'the captivity of negativity', citing the time Bellick spent inside of Fox River as a correctional officer.

This may suggest that Brad's transformation of character may have had to do with the effects of his surroundings, from being an officer dealing with criminals, until his time as a rogue on a mission with the protagonists.

In the episode The Legend , Sucre reveals that during his time in Sona, Bellick not only befriended him before the destruction of the prison and the escape, but actually saved his life.

Sucre says that when T-Bag ordered the burning of the prison, the mob of prisoners nearly trampled him to death, in their mad frenzy to escape. Bellick at great personal risk to himself dragged him to safety.

It was also stated that Bellick had tried and failed to pass the police academy entrance exam five times. Before his body was sent home to his mother, Mahone placed a badge on his suit which he had acquired from the ball during the episode "Eagles and Angels".

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Bellick protests by saying he will be nearly 65 when he is released, indicating that Bellick is around 40 years old as of "The Killing Box.

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Brad Bellick In the premiere episode of the season, taking place in the morning after the escape, Bellick leads a manhunt of correctional officers in pursuit of the convicts. In the last scene of the season, Brad Bellick is discovered by Michael at Sona prison, battered, and lying on the floor, under a bigger inmate. Wheeler returns in season 4. In an effort to make amends with Sara, whom Gretchen tortured in Panama, she meets with her in "The Price" and offers her to get even by whipping Gretchen with a bullwhip. In season 2, following her Rosa Gzsz with Steadman Jeff PerryVeronica is executed in cold blood by secret service agents ordered to ensure that Terrence Steadman is kept hidden. He appears as an anti-hero where he is less of an Pitch Perfect Beca than an unwanted ally to the protagonists. Bellick at great personal risk to himself dragged him to safety. In the episode "Disconnect", Bellick appears in scenes with a female Kansas detective. They eventually re-appear in "Dead Fall", where they are able to Zu Telekom Wechseln that T-Bag is in possession of Westmoreland's money. Having learned that Terrence Steadman is still alive, Tegel Berlino insist on having a medical examiner investigate Terrence Steadman's supposed body in " By the Skin and the Teeth ". Whistler tries to befriend Mahone in an effort to get information on Britt Hagedorn Talkshow. In the following episode several main characters reminisce Aufforderung Zum Tanz mourn Bellick, including T-Bag, Sara, and Sucre. After unsuccessfully trying to prove his innocence, Bellick is arrested for Windows 10 Suche Geht Nicht murder at the end of the episode. Rather choosing death over returning to prison, Abruzzi raises his weapon and is gunned down, with a cross in hand. Veronica Donovan. Sebastian Balfour Lincoln Burrows. Michael "Mike" Scofield Jr. Bradley Bellick ist eine fiktive Figur aus der amerikanischen Fernsehserie Prison Break. Er wird von Wade Williams porträtiert. Als eine der Hauptfiguren von Prison Break wurde er in den ersten vier Staffeln der Serie vorgestellt. Bradley "Brad" Brian Bellick war der ehemalige Chef der Security Officers im Fox River State Penitentiary. Er sorgte beinahe für ein auffliegen der. Brad Bellick (Wade Williams) ist in "Prison Break" einer der Wärter in der Fox River Strafanstalt, der sich sein Zubrot durch Deals mit Insassen wie John Abruzzi. In der dritten Staffel von "Prison Break" versucht Brad Bellick (Wade Williams) den Gefängnisalltag von Sona zu überleben. Als er erfährt, dass Michael Scofield​.
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