Robert Knepper is an American actor. He was born in July 8, 1959. Robert started working in theater after moving to NYC before completing a degree in drama in Northwestern University. He originally didn’t intend to walk in film or television but was cast in 1986 for his first TV role. He’d go on to have bigger roles in feature movies but only almost 20 years after his TV debut did he land the role for which he’d get most recognition, criminal Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell in the show Prison Break (2005-2009) as well as its movie. The actor will reprise his role alongside the rest of the cast in the 2017 series sequel.
Knepper doesn’t talk much about religion. It’d seem he’s nonreligious for the most part. If you can find something about his religion feel free to post it below.
The actor seems to enjoy most of his non-acting time hanging out with his wife Nadine, usually out wherever the actor is shooting at the time. They’re also usually seen together whenever the actor is out for events, be it for charity or for promoting current projects.
The actor isn’t too outspoken about Democrats or Republicans but has made fun of the current election cycle. He’s also known for attending charity events.
— robert knepper (@robert_knepper) March 30, 2016
Robert had a previous relationship with Tory Herald, lasting from 2005 to 2009. Later he married Nadine Kary and has been with her since then. Robert has a kid from the previous relationship but hasn’t had any kids with Kary so far.
Knepper’s Prison Break character, T-Bag, was named after Theodore Roosevelt. The actor based the character’s hairstyle around an old science teacher, who according to him always had a “poofy-bit” sticking up the front of his hair.