Lane Garrison is a Actor American born on 23 may 1980 at Dallas (USA)
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Birth name Lane Edward GarrisonNationality USABirth 23 may 1980
(39 years) at Dallas (USA
Lane Edward Garrison (born May 23, 1980) is an American actor best known for the role of David "Tweener" Apolskis on the television series Prison Break. Garrison stars opposite Kristen Stewart in the feature film, Camp X-Ray, which recently premiered at Sundance Film Festival and was picked up for distribution by IFC Films. "Camp X-Ray" was released in late 2014.
He is also guest starring in the new El Rey network's Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino pilot, "From Dusk Til Dawn," premiering at SXSW 2014. He recently had a lead role playing Buck Barrow in the 2013 television mini-series Bonnie and Clyde: Dead and Alive."
Garrison was born in Dallas, Texas on May 23, 1980 and raised in Richardson, Texas. Due to the troubled relationship with his mother, Garrison moved out at seventeen and turned to the family minister, Joe Simpson, who is also the manager and father of pop stars Jessica and Ashlee Simpson. Garrison lived with the Simpson family for a year. He graduated from J.J. Pearce High School in 1998 and at eighteen, he drove to Los Angeles with ambitions to become an actor. During his first day in L.A. he ran into a commercial agent, who sent him to an audition for Eastpak Backpacks. He got it, and that paid him $3,500, money he needed to live and study with several acting teachers, some of which were Joseph Reitman, Belita Moreno and Warner Laughlin. His major break was in 2005, the role as David 'Tweener' Apolskis, on the television series Prison Break.
On December 2006, he was responsible for a car crash which left a teenager, Vahagn Setian, dead. The L.A. County District Attorney office officially charged him with vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence and providing alcohol to a minor.
On October 31, 2007, he was sentenced to 40 months (3 1/3 years) in jail following a guilty plea - entered in May 2007 - on charges of vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence, driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol level of 0.15 percent or higher and providing alcohol to a minor.
He was released from prison in April, 2009 for good behavior. He has since enrolled himself into a rehabilitation center to kick his drug and alcohol habit.