A fan-favorite in the role of Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell, Robert Knepper will next be starring in “Transporter 3,” opposite Jason Statham and was most recently seen on the big screen in the feature film adaptation of “Hitman.” Knepper’s additional feature film credits include “Good Night, and Good Luck,” “Hostage,” “Species III,” “Swatters” and “Love & Sex,” as well as “Young Guns II,” “Renegades,” “That’s Life” and “Wild Thing.” On television, Knepper has had recurring roles on the series “Carnivale,” “Thieves,” “Haunted” and “Presidio Med.” He has guest-starred on series such as “ER,” “The West Wing” and “Getting Out.” Knepper also starred in the mini-series, “Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot.”
Knepper owes his acting career in large part to his mother, who, when he was a child, worked in the props department for a community theater in Fremont, OH. This involvement sparked Knepper’s interest in the arts, leading him to work in community theater and high school productions. He went on to study drama at Northwestern University.
Knepper lives in Los Angeles.
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