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ROBERT KNEPPER (Yuri Marklov), after working on stage and screen for more than 25 years, became a household name in his ongoing tour de force as the terrifying Theodore ‘T-Bag' Bagwell in the hit FOX series Prison Break. For his superlative performance as the kind of guy who gives predatory lifers a bad name, Knepper has been recognized by a variety of groups ranging from the international press to teenagers across America.

On the big screen, Knepper has appeared in George Clooney's acclaimed Good Night and Good Luck; opposite Bruce Willis in Hostage; in Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You; Species III; Swatters; Love and Sex; Young Guns II; Renegades; Wild Thing and in his feature debut in Blake Edwards' That's Life.

Knepper's numerous television credits include recurring roles on the series Carnivale, Thieves, Haunted and Presidio Med. He has guest-starred on hit series including ER and The West Wing and starred in the miniseries Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot.

On stage, Knepper has appeared in a wealth of productions, beginning with his early years in community theatre and his student days at Northwestern University. Among many productions, he appeared off-Broadway in The Philanthropist at Stage 73, Romance, Ice Cream and Hot Fudge and A Midsummer Night's Dream at The Public Theater, Romeo and Juliet at the Delacorte Theater and Lake No Bottom at the McGinn-Cazale Theater. He has also appeared in many productions in Chicago including Nebraska at the Warren Theatre and starred in London opposite Claire Higgins in the National Theatre production of Tennessee Williams' Sweet Bird of Youth.


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