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Encyclopedia > Michael Scofield
Prison Break character

Michael Scofield
First appearance: S1E01
Season: 1, 2, 3

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Portrayed by: Wentworth Miller
Dylan Minnette (young Michael Scofield)
Alias: Fish
Snowflake
Pretty
Wayne Merrick (S2E09)
Michael Crane (S2E15)
Superstar
Back number: 94941
Location: Sona Federal Penitentiary
Crime: Attempted armed robbery/
First degree murder
Sentence: 5 years/
Trial pending
Occupation: Former structural engineer
Family: Aldo Burrows (father) (deceased)
Christina Rose Scofield (mother) (deceased)
Lincoln Burrows (brother)
LJ Burrows (nephew)
Relationships: Nika Volek (ex-wife)
Sara Tancredi (love interest/girlfriend)(deceased)

Michael Scofield is the fictional main protagonist in the American television series, Prison Break. He is portrayed by Wentworth Miller. The character first appeared in the series pilot as a man who stages a bank robbery in order to get sent into the prison where his older brother, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell), is being held until his execution. The premise of Prison Break revolves around the two brothers and Michael's plan to help Lincoln escape his death sentence. As the principal character, Michael has been featured in every episode of the series. Although both Lincoln and Michael are the protagonists of the series, Michael has been featured more extensively than Lincoln, especially in the first season and the third so far. Wentworth Earl Miller III (born June 2, 1972) is an English-born American actor who plays Michael Scofield in the Fox Networks television series Prison Break. ... Unearthed is the thirty-first episode of the American television series Prison Break and is the ninth episode of its second season. ... The Message is the thirty-seventh episode of the American television series Prison Break and is the fifteenth episode of its second season. ... Aldo Burrows, played by Anthony Denison, is a fictional character from the Fox television series Prison Break. ... Lincoln Burrows, played by Dominic Purcell, is a protagonist of the American television series, Prison Break. ... Lincoln Burrows, Jr. ... Nika Volek, played by Holly Valance, is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Dr. Sara Tancredi is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... This article is about a television series. ... Wentworth Earl Miller III (born June 2, 1972) is an English-born American actor who plays Michael Scofield in the Fox Networks television series Prison Break. ... The Prison Break pilot introduces Michael Scofield, Veronica Donovan and Lincoln Burrows. ... Lincoln Burrows, played by Dominic Purcell, is a protagonist of the American television series, Prison Break. ... Dominic Haakon Myrtvedt Purcell[1] (born February 17, 1970) is a British-born Australian actor, of Norwegian-Irish extract, most active in the United States. ...


Various flashbacks from subsequent episodes provide further insight into the relationship between Michael and his brother, and the reasons behind Michael's determination in helping Lincoln to escape his death sentence. In the episode flashbacks, the younger Michael is played by Dylan Minette. Capital punishment, also referred to as the death penalty, is the judicially ordered execution of a prisoner as a punishment for a serious crime, often called a capital offense or a capital crime. ...

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Background

After his father deserted the family, Michael Scofield was given his mother's maiden name as his surname.[1] After their mother's death, Lincoln became his guardian and took care of him. Having lost both their parents, Lincoln descended into a life of crime while preventing Michael from suffering the same fate.


Michael was a gifted student, and finished his secondary education at Morton East High School in Cicero, Illinois with an impeccable record. He graduated magna cum laude with Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Loyola University in Chicago. He went on to become a successful structural engineer at the firm of Middleton, Maxwell and Schaum in downtown Chicago.[2] Incorporated Town in 1869. ... Latin honors are Latin phrases used to indicate the level of academic distinction with which an academic degree was earned. ... The Falkirk Wheel in Scotland. ... A garden sign welcomes residents and visitors to Rogers Park as home of Loyola University Chicago. ... Nickname: Motto: Urbs in Horto (Latin: City in a Garden), I Will Location in the Chicago metro area and Illinois Coordinates: , Country State Counties Cook, DuPage Settled 1770s Incorporated March 4, 1837 Government  - Mayor Richard M. Daley (D) Area  - City  234. ... Taipei 101, the worlds tallest building as of 2004. ...


The sixteenth episode of the series, "Brother's Keeper", reveals Michael and Lincoln's relationship three years before Lincoln was imprisoned at Fox River and the reason why Michael would go to such extreme lengths to save his brother from his death sentence. Michael's discovery of his misperception of his brother and his brother's sacrifice for him prompts him to change and help Lincoln. Brothers Keeper is the sixteenth episode of television series Prison Break, written by Zack Estrin and directed by Greg Yaitanes. ...


Appearances

Season 1

yufis in season 1

The opening scene of the series shows yusif's final preparation of his plan to infiltrate Fox River State Penitentiary; the tattooist is applying the finishing touches to Michael's tattoo, which is prominently featured in the first season. In order to get into Fox River, Michael stages a bank robbery, pleads no contest at his trial, and requests that he be sent to the prison nearest to his home. Michael begins his sentence on April 11th, exactly a month before Lincoln is set to be executed.[3] Once there, he scrutinizes every detail regarding the prison and its inhabitants. Image File history File links Pb_scofield. ... Image File history File links Pb_scofield. ... Blueprints of the prison, hidden in the tattoo, are highlighted by visual effects in the series pilot The tattoo of the protagonist of the American television series, Prison Break, is featured prominently throughout the series and contributes a large part to the plot of the show in its first two... Nolo contendere, in criminal trials, in some common law jurisdictions, is a plea where the defendant neither admits nor disputes a charge, serving as an alternative to a pleading of guilty or not guilty. ...


Given Scofield's educational background, inmates and correctional officers alike would often wonder why a man of Michael's credentials would have thrown such a privileged life away to end up in a state penitentiary. What's even more intriguing is weird "habits", as he is often seen conversing discreetly with his brother, Lincoln Burrows, both during Prison Industry time and Chapel time; and the fact that he tends to execute a highly defined stare around Fox River's boundaries immediately from the point he got incarcerated as well as being called personally on command by the prison's warden himself, Henry Pope


The season follows Michael as he puts his plan into action while overcoming various obstacles. In the first 13 episodes, Michael is seen to have a specific objective in each episode that he must accomplish in order to build an escape route out of the prison. On the way, he recruits a number of people to aid in the escape: his cellmate Fernando Sucre (Amaury Nolasco) to help him dig, mob henchman John Abruzzi (Peter Stormare) to get him on PI (Prison Industries) and provide air transport once they escape, and Charles Westmoreland (Muse Watson), who he believes to be D. B. Cooper and can help finance their lives as fugitives. Fernando Sucre, played by Amaury Nolasco, is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Amaury Nolasco (born December 24, 1970 in Puerto Rico) is an Puerto Rican actor, best known for the role of Fernando Sucre on the television series Prison Break where he played a worried Dad-To-Be and was a convincing actor. ... John Abruzzi, played by Peter Stormare, is a fictional character from the American television series Prison Break. ...   (born August 27, 1953) is a Swedish-American film, stage, voice and television actor as well as a theatrical director and playwright. ... Also referred as UNICOR, the Federal Prison Industries, Inc. ... Charles Westmoreland is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Muse Watson was born July 20, 1948 in Alexandria, Louisiana. ... Dan Cooper redirects here. ...


Michael feigns type 1 diabetes, giving him daily access to the infirmary (the escapees' exit point from the prison) and allowing him to build a relationship with Dr. Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies), who happens to be the daughter of Frank Tancredi (John Heard), the Governor of Illinois. After agreeing to help Warden Henry Pope (Stacy Keach) finish his Taj Mahal replica in his office, Michael also forms a friendship with Pope. He also later stages "brief insanity" to gain access to the penitentiary's J-Cat premises to gain contact with one of its insane inhabitants gifted with photographic memory, in order to re-acquire the portion of the tattooed blueprint that he lost after coming into contact with a steaming hot piece of metal Diabetes mellitus type 1 (Type 1 diabetes, Type I diabetes, T1D, IDDM) is a form of diabetes mellitus. ... Dr. Sara Tancredi is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Sarah Wayne Callies (born Sarah Anne Callies on June 1, 1977 in La Grange, Illinois) is an American actress who is best known for her role as Dr. Sara Tancredi in the American television series, Prison Break. ... Frank Tancredi, played by John Heard, was a fictional character from Fox television series Prison Break. ... John Heard John Heard (born March 7, 1945 in Washington, DC, USA) is an American actor. ... The Governor of Illinois is the chief executive of the State of Illinois and the various agencies and departments over which the officer has jurisdiction, as prescribed in the state constitution. ... Henry Pope, played by Stacy Keach, is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Stacy Keach (born Walter Stacy Keach, Jr. ... Taj Mahal Location of the Taj Mahal within India The Taj Mahal (Devanagari: ताज महल, Nastaliq: تاج محل) is a mausoleum located in Agra, India. ...


Michael's relationship with Sara is featured prominently in the nineteenth episode, "The Key", where he fails to steal the key to the infirmary from her. Although she finds out about his motive for being in the infirmary in the following episode, Sara decides to help Michael by leaving the infirmary door unlocked on the night of the escape. Towards the end of the season, Michael finally succeeds in helping his brother escape from Fox River State Penitentiary, through the window of the infirmary in the nick of time, but also aids the escape of six other prisoners. The Key is the nineteenth episode of television series Prison Break. ...


Season 2

In the second season of the series, the story continues to follow yusuf, his brother and other escapees as they try to evade the authorities pursuing them. Away from the prison setting, Michael and Lincoln are frequently featured in scenes together in the first seven episodes. Michael and Lincoln travel together, after the fugitives separate to accomplish each of their individual goals. When they fail to retrieve L. J. Burrows before his trial, they decide to head to Utah to find Westmoreland's hidden money. There, they reunite with the four of the other escapees: Sucre, C-Note (Rockmond Dunbar), T-Bag (Robert Knepper) and Tweener (Lane Garrison) . Lincoln Burrows, Jr. ... For other uses, see C-Note. ... Rockmond Dunbar (born January 11, 1973 in Oakland, California) is an American actor. ... Theodore T-Bag Bagwell, played by Robert Knepper, is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Robert Knepper (born July 8, 1959) is an American actor. ... David Tweener Apolskis is a fictional character from the American television series Prison Break. ... Lane Edward Garrison (born May 23, 1980) is an American actor. ...


The seventh episode of the season, "Buried" marks the first time Lincoln and yusuf separate, when Lincoln decides to go after his son, L. J., who has been released from prison. yusuf fails to retrieve the money after being fooled by T-Bag. Nevertheless, Michael continues to execute his plan in order to meet the coyote at the 'Bolshoi Booze' location. Prior to leaving for 'Bolshoi Booze', yusuf meets Sara at the location which he encoded in his messages to her inside the origami cranes. Thinking that she had declined his invitation to Panama, yusuf goes to meet the coyote, who has the location of an escape plane to Mexico. There, yusuf is reunited with Lincoln, Sucre and his father, Aldo Burrows (Anthony Denison). Buried is the twenty-ninth episode of television series Prison Break and is the seventh episode of its second season. ... People smuggling is a term which is used to describe the illegal and organised smuggling of people across international boundaries, usually for financial gain. ... Aldo Burrows, played by Anthony Denison, is a fictional character from the Fox television series Prison Break. ... Anthony John Sarrero was born in New York in 1950. ...


When Aldo is killed by Agent Alexander Mahone (William Fichtner), yusuf and Lincoln decide to confront "The Company" and the conspiracy, and bid farewell to Sucre, who alights the getaway plane to Mexico. After a brief capture by Mahone, Michael and Lincoln are aided in their escape by Paul Kellerman (Paul Adelstein), who turns against "The Company" in an act of self-preservation. Kellerman takes them to Terrence Steadman, the man Lincoln is accused of murdering. Steadman's suicide forces yusuf, Lincoln and Kellerman to find Sara since she holds the key to unlocking information that can expose the conspiracy. After Sara joins them, yusuf, Lincoln and Kellerman head to Chicago, where Sara's father has hidden the information. On the way, Sara tells yusuf that she has fallen in love with him and later in the same episode yusuf reveals that he feels the same. Alexander Mahone is a fictional character from the American television series Prison Break. ... William Edward Bill Fichtner (born November 27, 1956 in East Meadow, New York) is an American actor. ... Members of The Company The Company is a fictional covert organization featured in the U.S. television drama/thriller series Prison Break. ... Paul Kellerman, played by Paul Adelstein, is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Paul Adelstein (born April 29, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois) is an actor who plays agent Paul Kellerman in the hit TV series Prison Break. ... Terrence Steadman is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ...


With the help of the former Fox River warden Henry Pope, yusuf and Sara succeed in getting the USB drive in Frank Tancredi's private locker. After leaving Kellerman behind, Lincoln, Michael and Sara soon found that the recorded conversation on the USB could not be used as evidence due to its modified time-stamp. They decide to blackmail Reynolds instead. When this also fails, yusuf and Lincoln are forced to escape to Panama but are forced to leave Sara behind after she is arrested. Upon discovering that T-Bag is in Panama City, yusuf decides to go and capture him, which he successfully does. However, when Michael returns his boat with Westmoreland's money to find Lincoln missing, he receives a call from Mahone, who demands the boat and the money in exchange for Lincoln's life. yusufoutsmarts Mahone and escapes with Lincoln. At his new boat, yusuf and Lincoln are reunited with Sara, who tells them that Lincoln has been exonerated after Kellerman's testimony. Frank Tancredi, played by John Heard, was a fictional character from Fox television series Prison Break. ... This article is about the capital city of Panama. ... Fin Del Camino is the 43rd episode of the American television series, Prison Break and is the 21st episode of its second season. ...


Their happiness is short-lived when Agent Kim (Reggie Lee) arrives and threatens to kill Lincoln and take Michael to Sona, which causes Sara to shoot him. As the three flee from the scene with the police pursuing them, yusuf and Sara separate from Lincoln and end up surrounded in a small isolated shack. After expressing their love for each other, they leave the shack. Unbeknownst to Sara, yusuf confesses to Kim's killing and is arrested in her place. yusuf is then imprisoned at the Penitenciaría Federal de Sona (Sona Federal Penitentiary). William Bill Kim, played by Reggie Lee, was a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. ... Reggie Lee is a Filipino American actor. ... Shacks are most often used for storage or have been abandoned. ...


Season 3

In the first episode, yusuf witnesses a brutal duel between inmates, the usual manner of settling disputes at Sona. He unintentionally makes an enemy of one of the most influential and powerful inmates at Sona, a drug lord named Lechero. He is soon informed by Lincoln that The Company needs him to break somebody out of Sona (James Whistler), and that they have taken Sara and LJ hostage to ensure his cooperation. Orientación is the 45th episode of the American television series, Prison Break and the first episode of the series third season. ...


In the second episode, he began to look for Whistler, only to find that he has a bounty on his head: whoever kills him can receive exoneration from the mayor of Panama City. As a result, Whistler had gone into hiding in the sewers. Mahone locates Whistler and attempts to kill him for the bounty; however Michael is able to convince Lechero to remove the bounty after he assists him by restoring water to the prison.


With seven days to bust Whistler out of prison, Michael turns his attention to obtaining the use of Lechero's cell phone, which he is able to accomplish by blackmailing T-Bag about his past pedophilic activities. After T-Bag gets Michael the phone, Michael uses it to contact Sara and receive a coded message about her location. He relays this information to Linc, who unsuccessfully attempts to rescue Sara and LJ. Sara was then brutally killed, but her death was still unknown to Michael, who thinks that she was still alive.


Michael then begins to formulate his escape plan. First, he tells Lincoln to enlist the help of the prison grave digger. He then welcomes Mahone to the escape crew, only to send him on a wild goose chase. Michael then uses a piece of jewelery to short out the power, causing Lechero to call on Michael's engineering skills to fix it. Michael restores power to the prison and also manages to restore power to a previously broken electric fence. Unfortunately, he also gains the suspicions of Lechero, whom Bellick supplied with information, and Mahone, who realized that he was on a goose chase. It is revealed that Michael fixed the fence so that the electricity will superheat a chemical that Sucre (who was hired as the new grave digger) sprays on it, as the heated chemical is able to melt steel. In "Interference", Michael spies the Sona's guards. One is blinded by the sun at 3:13 PM; the other sometimes watches sports on a televison in the guard tower. Michael is seen by the second one, due to the lens glare. After a small raid takes place, the prisoners are rounded up in the yard. Captain Hurtado questions Michael to the point that he unholsters his pistol and puts it to Michael's head. Hurtado is about to shot Michael but Whistler takes the responsibility of the incident, claiming that he was watching the birds pictured in his book. Michael is desperate about the viligance of the guards when Mahone talks about a coffee cup he managed to have in the prison. As the guards are drinking walking from their respective guard posts, both are drinking from the same style coffee cups. Michael surmises that if the trio can get to the cup, they can have a guard.


Characteristics

In the flashback episode of the first season, "Brother's Keeper", Michael is shown to be proud and successful. He looks down on his brother and thinks of him as a "ne'er-do-well".[4] After finding out about Lincoln's $90,000 debt to pay for his education, however, Michael starts to see his brother differently. According to creator Paul Scheuring, this was emphasized through the actors' performance in their different heights and the use of camera angles.[4] His feeling of guilt and familial obligation causes him to devote all his time to his brother's case. After he cannot help his brother via any legal means and Lincoln's last appeals are denied, Michael decides to take matters into his own hands. Paul Scheuring is a writer and director for movies and TV shows. ... In law, an appeal is a process for making a formal challenge to an official decision. ...


Michael has been clinically diagnosed with low latent inhibition, a condition in which his brain is more open to incoming stimuli in the surrounding environment. As a result he is unable to block out peripheral information and instead processes every aspect and detail of any given stimulus. This, combined with a high IQ, as a psychiatrist explains in the episode "Tweener", theoretically makes him a creative genius. This particular attribute is apparently the product of his detrimental experience during childhood, where as a child, his abusive foster father would often have him locked up inside a closet; and by doing so, Michael's eyes begin to adjust to the darkened environment, allowing him to scan objects around him which he can use for his own convenience. Due to a feeling of abandonment and abuse during childhood, Michael has absolutely no sense of self-worth. With the low latent inhibition, this has made him become very attuned to all the suffering around him. As a result of being unable to block out other people's suffering, he is extremely empathetic and altruistic towards other people's emotions; he is more concerned with other people's welfare than his own. However, Michael often is outwardly taciturn and stoic, rarely allowing the dangerous element he's frequently surrounded by to penetrate his thoughts. Latent inhibition is inhibition of the learning of a paired association between a conditioned stimulus and unconditioned stimulus due to prior repeated unpaired exposure of the conditioned stimulus. ... The human brain In animals, the brain (enkephalos) (Greek for in the skull), is the control center of the central nervous system, responsible for behavior. ... A stimulus is the following: In physiology, a stimulus (physiology) is something external that elicits or influences a physiological or psychological activity or response. ... IQ redirects here. ... Tweener is the ninth episode of television series Prison Break. ... A genius is a person of great intelligence. ... In psychology, self-esteem or self-worth is a persons self-image at an emotional level; circumventing reason and logic. ... Not to be confused with Pity, Sympathy, or Compassion. ... Altruism refers to both a practice or habit (in the view of many, a virtue) as well as an ethical doctrine. ... Look up Emotion in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Michael's enhanced creative ability allows him to design a tattoo with a hidden blueprint of Fox River Penitentiary that normal people cannot discern. Over the course of four months, Michael had specific sections of the prison tattooed onto his upper body, hidden within gothic imagery. Each part of his tattoo had to be precise, which provoked the tattooist's comment to Mahone about Michael being a "detail Nazi" and that the tattoo was "some sort of inside joke" that only he got.[5] For other uses, see Tattoo (disambiguation). ... Interior of Cologne Cathedral Interior of San Zanipolo, Venice, photo Giovanni dallOrto. ...


As shown in each episode of the first season, Michael is meticulous and well-prepared as he uses his knowledge and intellect to achieve each step of his escape plan. The first three episodes of the second season demonstrate again the level of intricacy of Michael's plan. Prior to his incarceration at Fox River, Michael prepared an alternate escape route outside the prison in the event that he and his brother fail to board Abruzzi's getaway plane. His hidden cache in Oswego proves to be useful in "Manhunt".


Concept and creation

Character creation

The character was conceived after Paul Scheuring, Prison Break's creator, developed an idea by another producer, about a man who deliberately imprisons himself to break somebody out. From the initial proposal, Scheuring then justified the character and story by making him a structural engineer who worked at the architecture firm that had access to the prison's blueprints.[6]


Portrayal

Michael Scofield is portrayed by Wentworth Miller. For most of the first season of the show, Miller utilized a limited range of facial expressions which generated both positive and negative criticisms. It was for this performance in the first season that Miller was nominated for a Golden Globe. The Washington Post criticized Miller's performance as being "the most oppressive" and how "the actor apparently thinks it looks cool for him always to be scanning the surroundings..."[7] Entertainment Weekly recognised the numerous scenes the actor was present in by saying that "it's Miller's show" and on his performance, they stated that his "Michael Scofield has the silky voice of a sociopath, the resigned stance of a long-distance runner, and the deadpan delivery of Macaulay Culkin at his Uncle Buck best".[8] On the other hand, The New York Times commented that although Miller does not show a wide range of emotion, "he projects an unflappable determination that confounds his fellow prisoners...".[9] Regarding his character, Miller says, "First season, I think part of my challenge was to create, hopefully, a compelling character. But at the same time, there were so many things I could never show, because standing next to Abruzzi or T-Bag or Bellick, I couldn't afford to be vulnerable. I couldn't afford to crack a smile."[10] The Golden Globe Awards are American awards for motion pictures and television programs, given out each year during a formal dinner. ... The Washington Post is the largest newspaper in Washington, D.C.. It is also one of the citys oldest papers, having been founded in 1877. ... Entertainment Weekly (sometimes abbreviated EW) is a magazine published by Time Inc. ... The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York City and distributed internationally. ...


In the show's second season, the character of Michael Scofield shows a wider range of emotions as Miller explains, "He's going to have some lighter, more colorful shades... now that he's off with his brother, around whom I think Michael is willing to show a side of himself that he's not with others, there's a lot more that I can explore."[11]


Production

Tattoo

For more details on this topic, see Tattoo (Prison Break).

The tattoo, which covers the entire upper body of Michael Scofield, is featured extensively in the first season of the show and to a lesser extent in the second season. It contributes a major part to the plot of the series, containing various details of the protagonist's plan to escape from prison and from the country. Incorporated within the tattoo are the blueprints of the prison in which the protagonists are incarcerated during the first season. Wentworth Miller, who plays Michael Scofield, has commented that questions about the tattoo are amongst the most frequently asked questions when he is interviewed about the show.[12] Blueprints of the prison, hidden in the tattoo, are highlighted by visual effects in the series pilot The tattoo of the protagonist of the American television series, Prison Break, is featured prominently throughout the series and contributes a large part to the plot of the show in its first two...


Other

In the series pilot, Michael's jail entrance form held by Bellick shows that the character was born on September 8, 1978 in Toledo, Ohio. However, the birthdate is inconsistent with the characters' dialogue in later episodes. In "By the Skin and the Teeth", Michael remarks to Lincoln that their father left them thirty years ago. Since the series is set in the year 2005,[13] the birthdate shown on the prop cannot be considered as canon. Thus Michael is 27 years old since last episode in Season 2, Sona, took place on June 17th 2005. This is according to the last three messages posted on europeangoldfinch.net [14] and the fact that it took Michael twenty-four hours to reach Mahone by boat. is the 251st day of the year (252nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1978 (MCMLXXVIII) was a common year starting on Sunday (link displays the 1978 Gregorian calendar). ... Nickname: Location in the state of Ohio Coordinates: , Country United States State Ohio County Lucas Founded 1833 Government  - Mayor Carty Finkbeiner (D) Area  - City 84. ... By the Skin and the Teeth is the fifteenth episode of television series Prison Break. ... Canon, in the context of a fictional universe, comprises those novels, stories, films, etc. ... Sona is the 44th episode of the American television series, Prison Break. ...


References

  1. ^ Dialogue spoken by Paul Adelstein as Paul Kellerman, "Cute Poison", Prison Break season 1 episode 4.
  2. ^ Michael Scofield's biography Fox Broadcasting Company.
  3. ^ As shown in the scene where Michael looks at the diary on Henry Pope's desk after the fight with Abruzzi in the series premiere.
  4. ^ a b Brother's Keeper, Prison Break Season 1 DVD commentary, Paul Scheuring and cast.
  5. ^ Dialogue spoken by Sid (Michael's tattooist), "Manhunt", Prison Break season 2 episode 1.
  6. ^ "Inside Prison Break: Chain male" Sydney Morning Herald. February 1, 2006. Retrieved on October 22, 2006.
  7. ^ "'Prison Break': Sharpen Up Those Spoons" The Washington Post. August 29, 2005. Retrieved on October 22, 2005.
  8. ^ Prison Break Entertainment Weekly. August 26, 2005. Retrieved on November 17, 2006.
  9. ^ "Jailhouse Heroes Are Hard to Find" The New York Times. August 29, 2005. Retrieved on October 22, 2006.
  10. ^ "Prison Break actors out of the box" Toronto Star. August 20, 2006. Retrieved on October 22, 2006.
  11. ^ "Wentworth Miller on Prison Break Season Two" CanMag. August 17, 2006. Retrieved on October 22, 2006.
  12. ^ Ryan, M., "Wentworth Miller: Don't ask about the tattoo", Chicago Tribune. March 16, 2006. Retrieved on March 30, 2007.
  13. ^ "Wash", Prison Break season 2 episode 18.
  14. ^ http://www.europeangoldfinch.net/home.htm#

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External links

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Main characters
John Abruzzi | Susan B. Anthony | Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell | Brad Bellick | Lincoln Burrows | L. J. Burrows
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Secondary characters
David "Tweener" Apolskis | Aldo Burrows | Maricruz Delgado | Roy Geary | Daniel Hale
Bill Kim | Agent Lang | Pad Man | Charles "Haywire" Patoshik | Henry Pope | Caroline Reynolds | Manche Sanchez
Nick Savrinn | Terrence Steadman | Frank Tancredi | Nika Volek | Charles Westmoreland | Agent Wheeler
List of Prison Break characters | List of Prison Break minor characters

 
 

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