Lane Garrison was just nominated for a Critics Choice Award for ‘Best Supporting Actor’ for his role of ‘Frederick Murray’ in A&E/History’s Roots. This reunited him with the network where he co-starred in the mini-series Bonnie and Clyde, opposite Emile Hirsch and Holiday Granger in 2013. In late 2016, Mr. Garrison completed filming the independent film The Divorce Party alongside Thomas Cocquerel, Claire Holt and where he also served as one of the co-writers. Mr. Garrison also starred opposite Kristen Stewart in the feature film Camp X-Ray, which premiered at Sundance 2015 in the U.S. Dramatic Competition. In 2015 Mr. Garrison also recurred on CW’s The Messengers and From Dusk ‘Til Dawn for Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network; while guest starring on such shows as Better Call Saul, NCIS: LA, and Major Crimes.
Early in his career Garrison landed his first major career-changing role in the hit Fox series Prison Break as “David ‘Tweener’ Apolskis.” This breakthrough part led to his first feature film, “Shooter,” alongside Mark Wahlberg, Michael Pena and Danny Glover. Garrison followed that work up with the independent features Crazy and The Devil’s in the Details alongside Ray Liotta and Emilio Rivera.
Additionally, Mr. Garrison has the project Ellis, D. set-up at Cross Creek Pictures with co-writer Columbus Short.