Less Known 8 Facts about Prison Break
Prison Break is coming with a brand new season 5! So, we took a chance to reveal the facts about the show that are not well known. It will be good for you to get ready for the “revival”, the Prison Break: Sequel.
- Stacy Keach who was Henry Pope (the warden at Fox River) had spent 6 months observing a warden of a prison in the United Kingdom before he started acting.
- Prison Break, initially, planned as a 13 episode mini-series but after the show became really successful Fox made the series to continue for 4 seasons.
- Because of the initial mini-series plan, C-Note character was only to appear in 2 episodes. Of course, after the show’s great success C-Note became one of the main characters.
- The story of D.B. Cooper is a real story. On 1971, November 24th a robber named D.B. Cooper hijacks a Boeing 727 and jumps from it with 200.000 dollars on his bag and he hasn’t been seen since.
Here his police sketch
- Silas Weir Mitchell, the actor who played our psychopathic friend Charles ‘Haywire’ Patoshik, was first considered for the part of T-Bag.
- It took 4.5 hours for the make up artists to do the Michael Scofield’s tattoo and they had to do it every other week.
- If you ever try to get the Michael’s tattoo, it would cost you almost 200 hours and nearly 20.000 dollars!
- Finally, Prison Break was banned in 13 prisons in the USA because the authorities thought that the show was an educational series for the prisoners.