Turned professional since the age of 19 (in 1999), Lane Garrison, an American actor’s career struggle to prominence is indeed a definition to hard work blessed with success. Garrison got breakthrough after portraying the role of David Apolskis on the TV series Prison Break.

After he got recognization from the show, he also earned more popularity for his appearance in series, From Dusk till Dawn, Bonnie and Clyde: Dead and Alive, and film Camp X-Ray.

What Is The Net Worth of Actor Lane Garrison?

39-year-old actor Lane Garrison has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as of February 2020. The average salary of an actor in the United States is between $37,000 to $57,000.

The actor began his acting career appearing in an episode on the television series The Dating Game in 1998. A year later, he acted in the film 4 Faces.

After that, Lane appeared in movies and shows such as Quality Of Life, Kingpin, and Night Stalker. Finally, in 2005, he came to the limelight after he played David Apolskis on the TV series Prison Break.

Prison Break star Lane Garrison is worth $1.5 million
Prison Break star Lane Garrison is worth $1.5 million

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No doubt that the actor earned a good sum from the show between 2005 and 2006. Some of the lists of highest-earning actors of Prison Break with their worth are listed below:

  • William Fichtner: $8 million
  • Wentworth Miller: $4 million
  • Dominic Purcell: $2 million
  • Amaury Nolasco: $2 million
  • Rockmond Dunbar: $2 million

Moreover, Garrison has acted in numerous movies and series such as Shooter, Crazy, Camp X-Ray, The Iron Orchard, The Event, One Heart, Boonie and From Dusk till Dawn, Bonnie and Clyde: Dead and Alive, Messengers, Yellowstone, and others.

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Also, he is all set to appear in 2020 onwards post-productions movies like Spy Intervention, 12 Mighty Orphans, and Broken Bones.

Spent A Year With Simpson Family

Lane Garrison was born Lane Edward Garrison on May 23, 1980, in Dallas, Texas, United States. He did not share a good relationship with his mom and due to the reason he went to the family minister, Joe Simpson at the age of 17 and lived with the Simpson family for a year.

In 1998, Lane earned graduation from J.J. Pearce High School. Later, he moved to Los Angeles for pursuing his career in acting.

Is Father Of Daughter With Fiance Mary

The Prison Break actor Lane is engaged to fiance Mary Kaitlin. The couple also welcomed a daughter, Linden Rose in 2018.

Lane Garrison with his wife, Mary Kaitlin and daughter
Lane Garrison with his wife, Mary Kaitlin, and daughter

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Prior to Mary, One Heart actor was dating Kristin Chenoweth. Unfortunately, the duo broke up in 2006. Similarly, he was also in a relationship with Ashley Mattingly.

Slapped Ex-Girlfriend At Her Apartment

Camp X-Ray star had an accusation of misbehaving physically with his then-girlfriend, Ashley Mattingly. In 2012, Lane was found slapping his former partner at her apartment building in Los Angeles. His violent act was clearly caught on the CCTV footage of the building.

Lane Garrison and his ex-girlfriend, Ashley Mattingly
Lane Garrison and his ex-girlfriend, Ashley Mattingly

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He claimed no controversy about the charge and also denied having to spend more time in jail.

After that, he got a notice to attend self-help classes, 52 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for 8 hours of community service in 2013.

Served In Prison After Guilty In Vehicular Manslaughter 

In December 2006, Lane had a car crash after drink & drive, while returning from a high school party with 3 girls, whom he met at liquor store. In the accident, one of the passengers of 17-year-old Vahagn Setian died while two 15 years old girls were injured.

On March 7, 2007, the actor was charged with vehicular manslaughter, driving under the effect of a blood-alcohol level of 0.15% and cocaine in his system. Later, in October 31, he was sentenced for the prison to 40 months.

Finally, in April 2009, Garrison was released from jail for his good behavior. The court ordered him to pay restitution of $300,000 to the victims and their families: He worked 4 years of parole and since the period he went to the rehabilitation center to quit his alcohol habit and drug.