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|Born||December 24, 1961|
Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.
Wade Andrew Williams (born December 24, 1961) is an American actor. He is known for his various character roles, and for a major supporting role as correctional officer Brad Bellick on the Fox television series Prison Break and Father Cronin on The Bernie Mac Show (2001-2004). Williams also voiced Two-Face in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (2012-2013).
Williams was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He studied theatre at the University of Tulsa. He began his acting career at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park in The Taming of the Shrew with Morgan Freeman and Tracey Ullman. Williams also had a role with Denzel Washington in Richard III . Williams then continued with performances on and off Broadway and toured nationally in productions such as Guys and Dolls , Les Misérables , Kiss of the Spider Woman , Ragtime , and Show Boat .
His film credits include Flicka , Collateral , Ali and Erin Brockovich . Additionally, Williams has also appeared on television in series such as Charmed , Over There , Six Feet Under , 24 , NYPD Blue , CSI and as Father Cronin on The Bernie Mac Show .
From 2005 to 2008, Williams starred as Brad Bellick, leader of the correctional officers at Fox River State Penitentiary in Prison Break . He appeared in The Dark Knight Rises (2012) as the warden of Blackgate Prison.
He guest starred on an episode of the 8th season of Monk . He also took part in the music video "Welcome to My Truth" of American singer-songwriter Anastacia.
He and his wife Emma have a daughter and live in Dallas.
|1998||Route 9||Earl Whitney|
|1999||Candyman: Day of the Dead||Samuel Kraft||Direct-to-video film|
|K-911||Devon Lang||Direct-to-video film|
|2000||What Planet Are You From?'||Planet Man|
|Erin Brockovich||Ted Daniels|
|Terror Tract||Clay Hendricks||Segment: "Nightmare"|
|2001||Ali||Lieutenant Jerome Claridge|
|Ken Park||Claude's Father|
|2003||I Witness||Roy Logan|
|2004||American Crime||Mack Jones||Direct-to-video film|
|2006||Flicka||Man with Clipboard|
|2009||The Hole||Monster Dad Voice|
|2010||The Last Harbor||Sheriff Ian|
|Batman: Under the Red Hood||Roman Sionis / Black Mask (voice)||Direct-to-video film|
|2011||Green Lantern: Emerald Knights||Deegan (voice)||Direct-to-video film|
|The Good Doctor||Mr. Nixon|
|2012||The Dark Knight Rises||Warden at Blackgate|
|2012–2013||Batman: The Dark Knight Returns||Harvey Dent / Two-Face (voice)||2-part direct-to-video film|
|2012||That Guy... Who Was in That Thing||Himself||Documentary|
|Superman: Unbound||Perry White (voice)||Direct-to-video film|
|Message from the King||Keegan|
|2018||The Darkest Minds||The Captain|
|Venom||Prison Guard||Mid-credits scene|
|2019||3 from Hell||Buford Tuttle|
|2020||Roe v. Wade||William Rehnquist|
|1997||Profiler||Craig Gentry||Episode: "Film at Eleven"|
|1998||The Larry Sanders Show||Mike||Episode: "Beverly's Secret"|
|Star Trek: Voyager||Trajis Lo-Tarik||Episode: "One"|
|NYPD Blue||Arnold Struel||Episode: "Brother's Keeper"|
|Chicago Hope||Jerry Peru||Episode: "The Other Cheek"|
|Silk Stalkings||Cliff Carpenter||Episode: "Behind the Music"|
|Seven Days||Capt. Marc Golden||Episode: "Sleepers"|
|1999||Sons of Thunder||Jack Lesofsky||Episode: "Moment of Truth"|
|Promised Land||Ed Angelo||Episode: "A Day in the Life"|
|L.A. Heat||Johnny Claringer Jr.||Episode: "In Harm's Way"|
|ER||Migraine Guy||Episode: "Leave It to Weaver"|
|Touched by an Angel||Bum||Episode: "Voice of an Angel"|
|2000||Becker||George||Episode: "Sight Unseen"|
|Good vs. Evil||Jeremy the Painter||Episode: "Portrait of Evil"|
|Secret Agent Man||Greg||Episode: "Sleepers"|
|Nash Bridges||Edward Strode||Episode: "Rock and a Hard Place"|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||Jerome Cutter||Episode: "The Avenging Angel"|
|2001||The X-Files||Ray Pearce||Episode: "Salvage"|
|Charmed||Seeker #2||Episode: "Death Takes a Halliwell"|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer||General Gregor||Episode: "Spiral"|
|Gideon's Crossing||Dr. Larue||Episode: "The Race"|
|Six Feet Under||Paul Kovitch||Episode: "Brotherhood"|
|Star Trek: Enterprise||Garos||Episode: "Civilization"|
|2001–2005||The Bernie Mac Show||Father Cronin||Recurring role|
|2002||24||Robert Ellis||2 episodes|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Mr. Reston||Episode: "The Execution of Catherine Willows"|
|Crossing Jordan||FBI Criminologist Barker||Episode: "One Twelve"|
|Robbery Homicide Division||ATF Agent Frank Winters||Episode: "Life Is Dust"|
|MDs||Big Thor Amundsen||Main role|
|2003||Threat Matrix||Teddy||Episode: "Veteran's Day"|
|Boomtown||Paul Barnes||Episode: "Inadmissible"|
|JAG||Sheriff Brad Driskell||Episode: "Posse Comitatus"|
|CSI: Miami||Jack Hawkins||Episode: "Extreme"|
|2004||Las Vegas||Richard Allen Wesley||Episode: "Nevada State"|
|Tru Calling||Carl Neesan||Episode: "Daddy's Girl"|
|2005||Kojak||Niko Manos||Episode: "All Bets Off: Part 2"|
|Over There||Bo Rider Sr.||2 episodes|
|2005–2008||Prison Break||Brad Bellick||Main role (seasons 1–4)|
|2008||Avatar: The Last Airbender||Warden (voice)||2 episodes|
|2009||Criminal Minds||Detective Andrews||Episode: "Hopeless"|
|Monk||Captain Frank Willis||Episode: "Mr. Monk Goes Camping"|
|2010||Leverage||Nickolas Kusen||Episode: "The Future Job"|
|Bones||Sheriff Gus Abrams||Episode: "The Witch in the Wardrobe"|
|The Whole Truth||Detective Razik||Episode: "True Confessions"|
|Batman: The Brave and the Bold||Mantis, Supreme Chairman of Qward (voices)||Episode: "Cry Freedom Fighters!"|
|2011||Chase||Alvin Hawkins||Episode: "Annie"|
|Memphis Beat||Ted Creskoe||Episode: "Lost"|
|Burn Notice||Carter||Episode: "Mind Games"|
|The Mentalist||Jack LaFleur||Episode: "Blood and Sand"|
|2012||Longmire||Russell Gray||Episode: "The Worst Kind of Hunter"|
|Common Law||Timothy Mullen||Episode: "Hot for Teacher"|
|Touch||Braeden||Episode: "The Road Not Taken"|
|Vegas||Sam Kovacs||Episode: "(Il)Legitimate"|
|Naughty or Nice||Bill||Television film|
|2013||NCIS||Larry Purcell||Episode: "Under the Radar"|
|The Legend of Korra||Ship Captain (voice)||Episode: "The Sting"|
|2014||Crisis||Delman Birch||2 episodes|
|The Night Shift||Max Leonard||Episode: "Save Me"|
|The Bridge||Mr. Merco||Episode: "Rakshasa"|
|Revenge||Officer Jim Mostrowski||2 episodes|
|Beware the Batman||Waylon Jones / Killer Croc, Ernie Croskey (voices)||3 episodes|
|2015||Scorpion||Prison Warden||Episode: "Fish Filet"|
|Code Black||Nick Gabler||Episode: "Doctors with Borders"|
|The League||Ruben||Episode: "The Block"|
|Transparent||Mr. Irons||Episode: "New World Coming"|
|2016||Grimm||Mark Holloway||Episode: "Star-Crossed"|
|The Loud House||Coach, Public Address Announcer (voices)||Episode: "The Loudest Yard/Raw Deal"|
|Westworld||Captain Norris||Episode: "Contrapasso"|
|2016–2017||Mercy Street||Silas Bullen||Main role, 10 episodes|
|2017||Elementary||Ryan Decker||Episode: "Be My Guest"mamaka|
|The Blacklist||Edgar / The Debt Collector||Episode: "The Debt Collector (No. 46)"|
|The Mick||Ziggy||Episode: "The Visit"|
|2005||Gun||Rudabaugh, Additional Voices|
|2006||Hitman: Blood Money||John "Pappy" Leblanc|
|2009||The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena||Spinner|
|2010||Prison Break: The Conspiracy||Capt. Brad Bellick|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Wade Williams .|
Bernard Jeffrey McCullough, better known by his stage name Bernie Mac, was an American comedian, actor, and voice actor. Born and raised on Chicago's South Side, Mac gained popularity as a stand-up comedian. He joined fellow comedians Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer, and D. L. Hughley in the film The Original Kings of Comedy. After briefly hosting the HBO show Midnight Mac, Mac appeared in several films in smaller roles. His most noted film roles were as Frank Catton in the 2001 remake of Ocean's Eleven and as the title character of Mr. 3000. He was the star of his eponymous show, which ran from 2001 through 2006, earning him two Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. Mac's other films included starring roles in Mo Money, Booty Call, Friday, B*A*P*S, Life, The Players Club, Head of State, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Bad Santa, Guess Who, Pride, Soul Men, Transformers, Old Dogs, and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.
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Michael Vieau is an American actor best known for his roles on the Fox series Prison Break and in the films The Dark Knight and Public Enemies.
"Rendezvous" is the thirty-second episode of the American television series Prison Break and is the tenth episode of its second season. It was first aired on November 6, 2006, making it the first episode to be aired during the November sweeps in the United States. The episode is written by Karyn Usher and directed by Dwight H. Little. Regarding the casting of this episode, Rockmond Dunbar, does not appear in this episode. "Rendezvous" features the meeting of the characters, Michael Scofield and Sara Tancredi, for the first time in the second season. The episode takes place on June 3 as revealed in the previous episode.
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"The Killing Box" is the thirty-fifth episode of the American television series Prison Break and is the thirteenth episode of its second season. Broadcast on November 27, 2006, it was also the last episode to be aired in 2006 in the United States. The episode is written by Zack Estrin and directed by Bobby Roth. The majority of the events in this episode take place on June 5, a day after Michael's rendezvous with the coyote. The fictional Fox News report in this episode announces that "less than ten days" has passed since the Fox River escape.
"John Doe" is the thirty-sixth episode of the American television series Prison Break and is the fourteenth episode of its second season. The episode was aired on January 22, 2007 after a seven-week break. It was written by Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora, and directed by Kevin Hooks. The title, "John Doe", commonly refers to an unidentified male or a male with no name. Coincidentally, John Doe is also the name of a television series in which Dominic Purcell was the title character. The episode mainly focuses on the meeting of the characters Lincoln Burrows and Terrence Steadman. Regarding the casting of this episode, series regulars Sarah Wayne Callies and Amaury Nolasco did not appear in this episode.
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"Chicago" is the thirty-eighth episode of the American television series Prison Break and is the sixteenth episode of its second season. It was written by Nick Santora and Matt Olmstead, and directed by Jesse Bochco. The episode first aired on February 5, 2007, making it the first episode to be aired during the February sweeps in the United States. It attained an average of 10.1 million viewers, which is the highest recorded audience for the second season.
"Panama" is the 42nd episode of the American television series Prison Break and is the 20th episode of its second season. The episode aired on March 12, 2007. The plot features the protagonists' escape to Panama while subplots include that of Sara Tancredi, Brad Bellick, Fernando Sucre, Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, Alexander Mahone and Benjamin Miles "C-Note" Franklin. Regarding the casting of this episode, Paul Adelstein does not appear in this episode. This is Benjamin Miles "C-Note" Franklin's last appearance until Rates of Exchange in season 4.
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Fernando Sucre, played by Amaury Nolasco, is a fictional character from the American television series, Prison Break. He is introduced to the series in the pilot episode as the prison cellmate of the series protagonist, Michael Scofield quickly growing into a major character in the series.