Knepper has built his career on hard work and talent as an actor. His ability to portray complex yet engaging characters has garnered critical acclaim and loyal supporters across multiple genres of theatre.
Since 1986, he has made his acting debut in both The Paper Chase television series and That’s Life!. Since then he has gone on to appear in films such as Hitman and Transporter 3.
Early Life and Education
Knepper began acting in Fremont, Ohio community theater productions before graduating high school and enrolling at Northwestern University to study drama but then dropping out to pursue acting full time instead. Since then, Knepper has appeared on popular TV shows such as Prison Break, The Blacklist, Mob City Arrow Homeland iZombie Texas Rising.
Mr. Hobson has appeared in many television programs and stage productions. Some of his most renowned roles are Samuel Sullivan from Heroes, Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell from Prison Break, Special Agent Shue in ER, Tommy Dolan from Carnivale and Frank Sinatra himself in My Way – Rodney Mitchum from Twin Peaks Yuri Marklov from Hitman as well as Camelot women.
Knepper has enjoyed an acting career spanning over 30 years. Throughout that time, he has garnered both critical acclaim and commercial success; thanks to his versatility as an actor he has earned himself a substantial fan following.
He has appeared in multiple films and TV series, such as Prison Break. His performance as Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell earned him worldwide recognition.
Robert Lyle Knepper was born in Fremont, Ohio on July 8, 1959 to Pat Deck and Donald Knepper, both veterinarians. From an early age he showed an interest in acting, leading him to participate in both community theater and school productions. Eventually attending Maumee Valley Country Day School and Northwestern University respectively before finding happiness with Nadine Kary (his current spouse). They currently share two children.
Achievement and Honors
Robert Knepper is an award-winning and charismatic actor, having found immense success in the entertainment industry. His exceptional performances have garnered critical acclaim and won him many fans; perhaps most notably for his iconic portrayal as Theodore ‘T-Bag’ Bagwell on hit television series Prison Break.
Knepper was initially exposed to acting through neighborhood and high school theater productions. Following graduation from Maumee High School, Knepper pursued a drama degree at Northwestern University but eventually decided to focus on his acting career instead of studies.
He has since appeared in many popular television shows and films, such as Heroes and Mob City. Currently married to Nadine Kary and having had one previous relationship (Tory Herald), he also has one son from this former relationship.
Robert Knepper is an American actor with a net worth estimated at over $2 Million. Best known for playing Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell on Fox drama series Prison Break, Knepper has also appeared in Heroes, Hitman: Agent 47, Transporter 3 and iZombie among many other projects.
Attending Northwestern University and acting in various stage productions across Chicago and New York City. He made his screen debut with The Paper Chase TV series and film, followed by That’s Life! in 1986.
He is married to Nadine Kary and they share one child together in Los Angeles, California. He prefers keeping his personal life out of the limelight.
Robert Knepper has become one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood over his long and distinguished career as a versatile actor, from charming villains to complex anti-heroes. His performance as Theodore Bagwell in Prison Break has been universally applauded, earning him widespread acclaim from audiences around the globe.
Ben has also appeared in various other television shows and films, such as Heroes, Mob City and iZombie. Since 2013 he has been married to Nadine Kary and they share two children.
Born in Fremont, Ohio in 1959, he began acting at community theater productions and high school productions before enrolling at Northwestern University to study drama. Beginning his professional acting career with roles on TV series such as The Paper Chase and film productions such as That’s Life; in 1986.