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Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is a law-abiding man who takes extreme measures to save his older brother Lincoln Burrows from the electric chair. Believing Lincoln to be wrongly convinced for killing Terrence Steadman, the brother of the Vice President of the United States Caroline Reynolds, and with Lincoln's execution date fast approaching, Michael commits a bank robbery and surrenders peacefully in order to be sent to Fox River State Penitentiary to break out with his brother.

(81 episodes, 2005-2009)
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Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) is the older brother of Michael Scofield. He is serving time in Fox River State Penitentiary for killing Terrence Steadman, the brother of Caroline Reynolds, the Vice President of the United States. Although surveillance footage of the parking lot where the murder took place appears to show Lincoln committing the crime, Michael believes he is innocent.

(81 episodes, 2005-2009)
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Fernando Sucre (Amaury Nolasco) is Michael Scofield's cell mate in Fox River State Penitentiary. He is serving time for robbing a liquor store to get money to buy an engagement ring for his girlfriend, Maricruz Delgado. His cousin Hector turned him in because he was also interested in Maricruz.

Sucre initially wants nothing to do with Michael's plan to escape and requests a new cell mate, but eventually he helps in the planning using his inside connections when he learns Maricruz is pregnant and about to marry his cousin.

He becomes one of the Fox River Eight on the run from authorities. He and Michael remain close, bailing each other out frequently.

(81 episodes, 2005-2009)
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Charles Westmoreland (Muse Watson) is believed by Michael Scofield to be D.B. Cooper, the famed airplane hijacker. D.B. Cooper was never caught; Westmoreland is serving time for vehicular manslaughter. There is more to the Cooper story than Michael realizes.

(20 episodes, 2005-2008)




"Prison Break: The Old Head (#1.8)" (2005)
Charles Westmoreland: 'Cause you still think I'm D.B. Cooper.
Michael Scofield: I don't think. I know. The way I see it, you're in here doing 60-to-life for a vehicular manslaughter. It would have been 20, but the car you were in was stolen. Felony murder rule cubes up your sentence, and here you are. Hitting that woman was an accident, but the car? No one accidently steals a car. So the question is, why would Charles Westmoreland be in Arizona boosting a car, ten states away from where he lived, and only ten miles away from the Mexican border? And why, two days before that, would someone make a phone call to his wife from a motel in Portland, a stone's throw away from the airport out of which, shortly after, flight 305 was hijacked by one, D.B. Cooper? Seven hours after the hijacking, records show Charles Westmoreland was treated for a busted knee at a free clinic in Brigham City. Only way to get from Portland, Oregon to Brigham City, Utah in seven hours, is in a car breaking every land-speed record known to man, or flying. It's public record D.B. Cooper jumped out of that 727 about an hour after takeoff. Taking a dive at ten thousand feet with 1.5 million in cash and a hastily packed parachute, might make for a pretty rough landing. Rough enough to shatter some bones, maybe even a left knee. D.B. Cooper would've had a car waiting for him when he landed. According to D.M.V. records, in 1971, Charles Westmoreland was the proud owner of a '65 Chevy Nova. As it happened, a '65 Chevy Nova with the registration number scraped off was found abandoned with a blown gasket along the Arizona border, a mile or two away from where you accidently hit that woman, with your stolen car.
Charles Westmoreland: Interesting story.
Michael Scofield: Interesting man.
Charles Westmoreland: Maybe I did hurt my knee. I did steal that car, and I did accidentally hit that poor lady. But how could I have hijacked a plane in Portland on November 24 when I was in Folsom finishing up a 30-day drunk and disorderly?
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John Abruzzi (Peter Stormare) is a Chicago mobster incarcerated at Fox River State Penitentiary with a life sentence, and as such he holds a great deal of power inside the prison walls. He has a deal with guard captain Brad Bellick which gives him control of Prison Industries, so he determines who gets the cushy jobs.

Not surprisingly, Abruzzi is inclined to use violence as a way to get what he wants, but he's also astute enough to recognize when it's not going to get him anywhere.

Because he has something that Michael Scofield needs to execute this plan, he is able to worm his way into becoming one of the Fox River Eight.

(24 episodes, 2005-2008)

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Benjamin Miles "C-Note" Franklin (Rockmond Dunbar) is an inmate at Fox River State Penitentiary. He is a former US Army sergeant who was dishonorably discharged as retribution for speaking up about illegal torture of detainees.

Back in the states, he was drawn into transporting stolen goods as a way to make ends meet by his brother-in-law, Darius Morgan.

Despite the fact of his incarceration, C-Note is a generally honorable man who continues to fall victim to unfortunate circumstances.

Inside Fox River, he works in the kitchen and has a reputation as a "pharmacist," who is able to acquire anything someone might want inside. This ability is a crucial part of Michael Scofield's plan to escape. C-Note is also involved with the black gang inside and, not surprisingly, detests the white supremacist T-Bag. His fellow gang member Trumpets takes exception to C-Note dealing with white inmates like Michael.

C-Note is suspicious of Michael and curious about what he is up to, and puts himself in a position to uncover Michael's plan.

He becomes one of the Fox River Eight out of a desire to be with his family, even though he has not been forthcoming with them.

(40 episodes, 2005-2009)

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Charles "Haywire" Patoshik (Silas Weir Mitchell) is an inmate at Fox River State Penitentiary who has schizoaffective disorder with bipolar tendencies. He "snapped" and killed both his parents with a shotgun, but has no memory of the crime.

Prior to his breakdown he was an accomplished mathematician with a doctorate from Harvard.

He is Michael Scofield's cell mate for a time and presents an impediment to Michael's plan because he does not sleep and his keen mind can see the hidden messages in Michael's tattoos. This skill later proves essential to Michael's plans. He asks to join the escape.

(13 episodes, 2005-2007)

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Theodore "T-bag" Bagwell (Robert Knepper) is a charismatic sexual predator and murderer and the scourge of Fox River State Penitentiary. As the leader of the white supremacist group Alliance for Purity he has a significant amount of power inside. He homes in on young inmates and forces them to meet his needs sexually.

He worms his way into Michael's escape plan when he learns of it and wields the constant threat of exposing his plan in order to join the Fox River Eight. Michael feels awful about letting a man like T-Bag back out into the world, but is primarily concerned with freeing his brother.

T-Bag is ruthless and capable of holding a grudge for a very long time. He kills without second thought or remorse and there doesn't seem to be any boundary he won't cross. He is very skilled at manipulating or extorting people to get what he wants and cannot ever be trusted unless it is to serve his own needs.

(80 episodes, 2005-2009)

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David "Tweener" Apolskis (Lane Garrison) is a young inmate at Fox River State Penitentiary who is preyed upon by other inmates. He was a pick pocket who inadvertently stole something worth much more than he realized, earning him a five year sentence for grand larceny.

Once inside, although he is white he tried to ingratiate himself with the black inmates, not realizing the politics of race relations in prison. T-Bag gave him the nickname "Tweener" because of this.

Tweener is caught in a series of unfortunate incidents that he seems helpless to avoid. He becomes a pawn for various people, including guard captain Brad Bellick. He doesn't mean ill, but makes bad decisions that result in worse consequences. He desperately wants to join Michael Scofield's escape plan to avoid the sexual assaults of his cell mate Avocado.

(17 episodes, 2005-2007)

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Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies) is the doctor at Fox River State Penitentiary and Michael Scofield's love interest.

Getting Sara on his side is a key part of Michael's plan to escape. He fakes type 1 diabetes as an excuse to go to the infirmary regularly to see her and to conduct recon.

Sara tries to resist her attraction to him but is intrigued by him when she learns about his impressive academic background and connection to condemned Lincoln Burrows. Sara follows her conscience and is a strong independent person.

Michael saves her life at one point, earning her trust.He betrays this trust several times in the course of trying to escape, but he genuinely cares about her and wants to make things right.

(71 episodes, 2005-2009)


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Brad Bellick (Wade Williams) is a corrupt prison guard captain at Fox River State Penitentiary. He enjoys abusing the inmates and accepts bribes for everything from the best cells to work details. He sold the rights to prison industries to incarcerated mobster John Abruzzi, who now determines who gets the coveted jobs.

Bellick suspects Michael Scofield is up to something and forces an inmate named Tweener to spy on him. Bellick nearly foils Michael Scofield's escape plans many times.

Bellick gets along with some cons, like Charles Westmoreland, but is cruel and sadistic when he feels wronged by them. He weilds his power like a club and does not pass up opportunities to remind the cons who's in charge.

After the Fox River Eight break out of prison (not a spoiler, it's in the title), Bellick becomes a bounty hunter on their trail for the reward money. He takes the escape personally, since it happened on his watch. He clashes with FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone and his fellow guard, Roy Geary, who are also after the escapees.

Bellick is the series whipping boy, and karma seems to follow him, as do prisons and prisoners, but he is not completely irredeemable.

Background: Bellick has been a guard at Fox River since he graduated high school, but he really wanted to be a police officer. His mother, Edna Bellick, lives with him and he cares for her.

His duties as captain include overseeing all inmates in general population, supervising the prison industries (PI) program and transporting death row inmates to the electric chair.

(67 episodes, 2005-2008)

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Lincoln "LJ" Burrows Jr. (Marshall Allman) is Lincoln Burrows' teenage son with his ex-wise Lisa Rix. He is a target of Secret Service Agent Paul Kellerman in an attempt to draw out Lincoln.

LJ didn't see much of his father after his parents separated and as a result, he holds a grudge against his dad.

After an arrest for marijuana possession, he is forced to visit his father at Fox River State Penitentiary. The visits with Lincoln eventually help thaw their relationship.

Because of his connection to Lincoln, he, too, is framed for a crime by the shadowy Company and turns to Lincoln's lawyers Veronica Donovan and Nick Savrinn for help.

(44 episodes, 2005-2008)

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Veronica Donovan (Robin Tunney) is an old friend of Lincoln Burrows and Michael Scofield, and Lincoln's lawyer. She previously dated Lincoln and works to exonerate him despite having training as a real estate lawyer and not a criminal lawyer.

She turns to Project Justice for help exonerating Lincoln after she becomes convinced of his innocence. This is how she meets attorney Nick Savrinn, who has personal experience with the wrongfully convicted.

She and Nick later assist Lincoln's son, LJ, when he has similar problems with the law.

(23 episodes, 2005-2006)

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Alex Mahone (William Fichtner) is an FBI Special Agent put on the trail of the Fox River Eight in season 2 after they escape using Michael Scofield's plan.

Mahone leads the task force tracking the group and proves capable of deciphering Michael's codes and anticipating his next move.

Because he is pursuing Scofield and Lincoln Burrows, Mahone is in the crosshairs of Secret Service Agents Paul Kellerman and Bill Kim, who are entangled in the conspiracy that put Burrows in Fox River in the first place.

Mahone's motives are often difficult to decipher as he is manipulated and extorted during the course of his pursuit of Michael. He and Michael end up turning to each other for assistance at unlikely times as the series evolves into the conspiracy thriller relating to Scylla.

Background: Mahone grew up in an abusive household and joined the military. He was a member of special ops during the Gulf War and earned the Medal of Honor. He has a ex-wife named Pam, and a son named Cameron.

He has a buried secret relating to his work on a case tracking down murderer and rapist Oscar Shales.

(59 episodes, 2006-2009)

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Paul Kellerman (Paul Adelstein) is a ruthless Secret Service agent who played a key role in Lincoln Burrows' incarceration for the murder of Vice President Caroline Reynolds' brother. His partner is Agent Daniel Hale, who he has known since they served in the Army together.

Kellerman is a misguided patriot singularly focused on preserving the political career of Reynolds' and will stop at nothing to protect their plot. He believes what he is doing is justified and will follow the most heinous orders to preserve his mission. He is extremely dangerous and doesn't hesitate to go after the family of people he is tracking if he thinks it will achieve his aim.

In the second season, he reports to Agent Bill Kim.

He is capable of holding a very dangerous grudge.

(46 episodes, 2005-2009)

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James Whistler (XXX) is an inmate at Sona Prison in Panama who has information that members of The Company, the shadowy alliance of corporate interests, desperately want. Company agent Gretchen Morgan directs Michael Scofield to break Whistler out of Sona to obtain this information.

Whistler's guide book about birds becomes an important cipher. His girlfriend is a Panamanian woman named Sofia Lugo.

Before he was locked up in Sona, the Australian native was a charter fishing boat captain.

(14 episodes, 2007-2008)

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Lechero (XXX) is the nickname of Norman St. John, the most powerful inmate at Sona Prison in Panama. His nickname means the "Milkman," which is the disguise he used to exact revenge on a man who raped his mother. Lechero presents an obstacle for Michael Scofield in his efforts to break James Whistler out of Sona because Lechero has the only means of communicating with the outside, a cell phone.

T-Bag quickly assesses Lechero's power and attempts to ingratiate himself with the kingpin.

(13 episodes, 2007-2008)

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Sofia Lugo (XXX) is the Panamanian girlfriend of James Whistler, the inmate at Sona Prison in Panama whom Michael Scofield is directed by the Company to break out. She initially sees Lincoln Burrows as a threat, but he attempts to convince her they have the same interests.

(15 episodes, 2007-2009)

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Gretchen Morgan (XXX) is introduced under the alias "Susan B. Anthony" and is a high-ranking member of The Company, the shadowy international alliance of corporations who wield power over governments and politicians to further their own aims.

She delivers the message that sends Michael Scofield to Sona prison in Panama to break out a man named James Whistler.

Gretchen is dangerous and cruel and enjoys using violence as a tool to get what she wants. She becomes one of the many people pursuing Scylla in season 4.

(37 episodes, 2007-2009)

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Don Self (XXX) is an agent with the Department of Homeland Security and one of the many people pursuing the Scylla files and device in season 4. He has worked for years to take down the shadowy alliance of corporate interests known as The Company. He recruits Michael Scofield, Lincoln Burrows, Fernando Sucre, Brad Bellick, Alexander Mahone, Sara Tancredi, and Roland Glenn to help locate the files.

(22 episodes, 2008-2009)

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Prisoners

Christopher Trokey, Trumpets, Trumpets Right-hand Man, Banks, Turk, Stroker, Theo
First appearance: 1x6
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Mache Sanchez is the cousin of Fernando Sucre, who is also incarcerated at Fox River State Penitentiary. Michael Scofield takes advantage of the fact that Manche works laundry duty to advance his plan to escape.

(9 episodes, 2006-2007)

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(5 episodes, 2006-2007)

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Staff

Other Fox River characters: Reverend Mailor (played by Tom McElroy) is the Prison Chaplain., Katie Welsh (played by DuShon Monique Brown) is a nurse and friend of Sara Tancredi.
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Henry Pope is the warden of Fox River State Penitentiary and is friendly with Michael Scofield, who puts his structural engineering skills to use constructing a model Taj Mahal for the warden to give to his wife as a 40th anniversary present.

Pope thinks of Michael as a decent young man and Michael struggles with needing to use Pope as part of his escape plan. Pope trusts Michael, even leaving him unattended in his office at times.

Pope is a decent man who would be horrified if he knew about some of the things going on inside his prison, and the rampant corruption.

(24 episodes, 2005-2007)

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Becky Gerber is the secretary for Warden Henry Pope at Fox River State Penitentiary. She is having an affair with guard Louis Patterson, which becomes inconvenient for Michael Scofield's plans to escape.

(7 episodes, 2005-2006)

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Louis Patterson is a corrections officer at Fox River State Penitentiary who is sympathetic toward Lincoln Burrows. He is married but having an affair with Warden Henry Pope's secretary Becky Gerber, which becomes inconvenient for Michael Scofield's plan to escape.

(21 episodes, 2005-2006)

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Keith Stolte is a Corrections Officer at Fox River State Penitentiary. He likes to talk about sports with C.O. Louis Patterson and has a teen aged son called Josh. Stolte is a harsh guard, but shows compassion in helping Lincoln Burrows prepare for the impending execution, and has a good relationship with Lincoln throughout the first season

(18 episodes, 2005-2007)

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Roy William Geary was a correctional officer working at Fox River State Penitentiary. Like Brad Bellick, Geary was known for corruption and inmate abuse

(15 episodes, 2005-2006)

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Characters affiliated with the Fox River 8

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Nick Savrinn was a solicitor for Project Justice who helped Veronica Donovan try to prove that Lincoln Burrows didn't murder Terrence Steadman.

Nick was watching Veronica as insurance for John Abruzzi. He needed a bargaining chip so Michael would reveal the location of Fibonacci, but he didn't plan on Nick changing his mind at the last minute. After much pleading from Veronica he let her go and told her to go to Montana. He paid a price for this good deed as one of Abruzzi's men killed both his father and him when he refused to give up her location.

(18 episodes, 2005-2006)

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Hector Avila is Fernando Sucre's cousin who is also romantically interested in Maricruz Delgado. In an effort to have Maricruz for himself, it is Hector who turns Sucre in.

(5 episodes, 2005-2006)
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Maricruz Delgado is the on-again off-again girlfriend of inmate Fernando Sucre, who is sentenced to Fox River State Penitentiary after a failed robbery attempt to get enough money to buy her an engagement ring. While he is inside, Sucre's cousin Hector makes repeated advances toward Maricruz and it is Sucre's fear that she will leave him that spurs him to join Michael Scofield's escape and become one of the Fox River Eight.

She has a sister named Theresa who helps Sucre try to win her back.

(9 episodes, 2005-2007)
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Theresa Delgado is Maricruz Delgado's sister and helped Fernando Sucre to find his girlfriend Maricruz.

First appearance: 2x5
Last appearance: 4x1
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Philly Falzone is a member of John Abruzzi's mafia family who takes over running things on the outside when Abruzzi goes away. Like Abruzzi, he is keenly interested in finding Otto Fibonacci, the witness who testified against Abruzzi.

(4 episodes, 2005-2007)
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Otto Fibonacci was the accountant for a warehouse which happened to be run by the mob when he witnessed Abruzzi commit the execution of two men. His testimony led to John Abruzzi's conviction and incarceration. Fibonacci and his family later entered the Witness Protection Program and went into hiding in Topeka, Kansas.

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(3 episodes, 2005)
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Dede Franklin is the daughter of C-Note and Kacee Franklin.

(9 episodes, 2005-2007)
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Kacee Franklin (néé Morgan) was C-Note's wife. They had a daughter, Dede.

(8 episodes, 2005-2007)
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Darius Morgan is C-Note's brother-in-law, Kacee Franklin's and Trey Morgan's brother. He along with his brother and cousins are thugs who operate discreetly in the suburbs of New York dealing drugs.

(2 episodes, 2005-2006)
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Susan Hollander is the woman T-Bag falls in love with before she finds out that he is a criminal and turns him in to the police.

(6 episodes, 2006-2007)
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Adrian Rix was married to Lisa Rix after she and Lincoln divorced.

(3 episodes, 2005)
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Lisa Rix was LJ's mother and Lincoln's ex-wife. After divorcing with Lincoln, she married Adrian Rix, much to LJ's dislike

(4 episodes, 2005)
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Debra Jean Belle is a student at St. Louis Tech who helped Tweener in his escape.

(4 episodes, 2006)
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Derrick Sweeney was a former street thug and friend of Lincoln Burrows, Lincoln gave up his life of crime and parted ways with Derrick when L.J. was born.

(2 episodes, 2007-2008)
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Nika Volek was originally from the Czech Republic and in episode "First Down", she remarks that she has family waiting for her in Kladno. She married Michael Scofield a day before he was arrested for the bank robbery which ultimately landed him in Fox River State Penitentiary. In exchange for her green card, Michael required Nika's help with his escape plan while he was inside the prison. Nika met Michael after he had paid off the traffickers who had brought her to the United States. In so doing, she was given an opportunity to start a new life.

(6 episodes, 2005-2006)
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Sona characters

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Luis "McGrady" Gallego (played by Carlo Alban) is a 17-year-old prisoner of Sona. He appears in every episode of Season 3.

(14 episodes, 2005-2006)


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Alphonso Gallego is the father of Tracy McGrady.

(4 episodes, 2005-2006)
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Andrew Tyge is a French inmate of Sona who seems to have known Whistler prior to being in prison. He insists that he met Whistler while working at the Ambassador Hotel in Nice, France

(2 episodes, 2005-2006)
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Sammy Norino was a Trinidad inmate in Sona and was one of Lechero's inner circle of friends. When T-Bag became a part of the gang, Sammy tried to force T-Bag with a fight, but Lechero stopped this on time. Sammy later betrayed Lechero and even tried to kill him, but out of respect he let him go free. Sammy then died in a tunnel as his plan was foiled by Michael (who sabotaged the tunnel).

(10 episodes, 2005-2006)

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