Lane Garrison
Actor
Lane Garrison
Lane Edward Garrison is an American actor best known for the role of David "Tweener" Apolskis on the television series Prison Break, and for committing vehicular manslaughter on December 2, 2006.
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Master gardener’s corner — Ode to a shed
Issaquah Press - almost 2 years
This spring’s weather is beautiful, one of the best we’ve had. Either that or I’m just in a good mood right now. But it does remind me of past springs with nice memories of my childhood yard and in particular, our tool shed. It wasn’t a real shed; it was part of our big, old garage that was built for carriages in 1908. It had a hayloft upstairs and little paned windows for light, rather like an Andrew Wyeth painting. In the spring when I first opened the door, which had been closed for many months, it was a big job. It was always swollen shut, so I would bash it until it finally opened. When I got in, the smell inside was fantastic, such a conglomeration of odors. There was the musty smell, but with a mix of compost, soil, gasoline and old fruit. I loved being the first one to open the tool shed. Tool sheds are wonderful places. They not only provide a separate place for the dirty, sharp weapons you use in the garden, but also they can be focal points and even private hangouts. ...
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Issaquah Press article
Is it winter or spring?
Issaquah Press - almost 2 years
The spring equinox is upon us. People traditionally greet it with incredible joy. Some happy, spirited souls might throw a giant feast; students stay up all night and consume too much liquor. Others might dance the night away, while some unusual folks do strange things. I don’t know what you might like to do to celebrate the end of winter — the termination of scarcity, and the return of hope and plenty. This year, it might be different. I feel as though we had a wonderful, spring-like winter with high temperatures and sunshine. I’m hoping we don’t return to winter this spring. Predictors don’t know. Of course, they don’t know. The only predictable thing about it is that it is unpredictable. As for gardeners we must go on; we must garden! Yes, we have to charge forward carrying our banner for growing the most delicious, nutritious produce and the most glorious, beautiful plants, treading lightly to respect what nature has to offer. We must continue to reinforce and build up nativ ...
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Watch: Lane Garrison on Katie
ABC News - about 3 years
Actor Lane Garrison explains how he is using his time in prison to educate others about the dangers of drunk driving.     
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ABC News article
Sundance Film Festival 2014 U.S. Competition Entries Feature Kristen Stewart, John Slattery, Lena Dunham
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Our first major glimpse of next year's indie darlings is here, thanks to the newly unveiled lineup for the Sundance Film Festival. Among the offerings for U.S. competition at next year's fest are the first feature film directed by "Mad Men" star John Slattery, a big-screen return from Lena Dunham and the reliable presence of festival-circuit favorites like John Hawkes and director Joe Swanberg ("Drinking Buddies," "LOL"). The competition is also lathered with genre flicks, from the horrific "Cold in July" and "Life After Beth" to the dramedy trappings of "The Skeleton Twins," which stars Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig, Luke Wilson and Ty Burrell. Still, A-listers like Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Aaron Paul are among the featured players, so we can count on the festival to maintain its usual confluence of obscure movies with ever-popular stars. Here are the 16 movies screening in the U.S. competition. All are receiving their world premieres at Sundance. "C ...
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Actor Pleads Not Guilty in Beverly Hills Battery Case
Beverly Hills Patch - almost 5 years
Actor Lane Garrison, who is on parole for a drunken driving crash that killed a Beverly Hills High School student, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor battery count for allegedly slapping his ex-girlfriend in the face at a Beverly Hills apartment building. The new charge against the 31-year-old former Prison Break cast member carries up to a year in county jail and a $2,000 fine, according to the District Attorney's Office. It could also lead to the revocation of his parole. He is due back in court July 11 for a pretrial hearing and remains in custody. Garrison is accused of hitting Ashley Mattingly on April 21 as they exited an elevator in an apartment building on the 300 block of North Palm Drive, according to Deputy District Attorney Elizabeth Marks. He was arrested about 2:30 p.m. the next day and has remained jailed since then. Garrison was released on parole in April 2009 after serving half of a 40-month prison term for his May 2007 guilty plea to vehicular ...
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Beverly Hills Patch article
THG Week in Review: April 22-28, 2012
The Hollywood Gossip - almost 5 years
Welcome to THG's Week in Review! Below, our staffers look back at the stories, stars and scandals that made the last seven days some of the craziest ALL MONTH. If you don't already, FOLLOW THG on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook for 24/7/365 news. Every day, week and year, let us be your celebrity gossip source! Now, a rundown of the week that was at The Hollywood Gossip: Giuliana and Bill Rancic are expecting their first child, via a surrogate. Karla Vanessa Perez, a Mexican woman, is apparently expecting nine. Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley are adopting their second baby. Sarah Michelle Gellar is pregnant with her second as well. Megan Fox is currently pregnant with her first child, too! Nadya Suleman, meanwhile, cannot take care of hers. Do you think Octomom's kids should be taken away? Ellen Reads 50 Shades of Grey Should Ian Somerhalder star in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie? Either way, Ellen DeGeneres read it aloud on her show (above). Adam L ...
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Lane Garrison to remain in jail as arraignment is delayed
Santa Monica Dispatch - almost 5 years
An arraignment for actor Lane Garrison, who allegedly hit his ex-girlfriend, has been delayed until next week. Garrison, 31, the one-time star of the TV show "Prison Break," was charged Thursday with misdemeanor battery for allegedly hitting his former girlfriend Saturday in the lobby of her Beverly Hills apartment building. He remained in L.A. County Jail because the alleged assault may be a potential parole violation. Judge Elden Fox ordered him to appear at his arraignment rescheduled for Wednesday. Garrison will remain in jail for now. His parole on a 2007 vehicular manslaughter conviction, which was scheduled to end this month, was  extended after the battery arrest, and he could face more time behind bars, state corrections officials said. Luis Patino, a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokesman, said that Garrison's parole would have ended this Sunday but that because of the arrest, he will not be discharged as scheduled and could remain on p ...
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Santa Monica Dispatch article
Lane Garrison Slapped With Misdemeanor Battery Charge
Ace Showbiz - almost 5 years
The filing of the charge comes after a surveillance video, which seems to show the former 'Prison Break' star slapping former girlfriend Ashley Mattingly, emerged.
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Hicks: Lane Garrison charged with battery
Contra Costa Times - almost 5 years
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Actor Lane Garrison charged with one count of domestic violence
Fox News - almost 5 years
Actor Lane Garrison was charged Thursday with one count of misdemeanor battery for an alleged assault on his ex-girlfriend in the lobby of her apartment in Beverly Hills, FoxNews.com confirms.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lane Garrison
    THIRTIES
  • 2012
    Age 31
    Garrison was arrested on April 21, 2012 on charges of misdemeanor battery for hitting ex-girlfriend, Playboy Playmate Ashley Mattingly, in the entryway of her Beverly Hills apartment.
    More Details Hide Details He is being held without bail because of a potential parole violation. When witnesses approached them, Garrison allegedly ran from the building. If he is convicted, he faces up to one year in county jail and a $2,000 fine.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2009
    Age 28
    On April 29, 2009, Lane Garrison was released from prison.
    More Details Hide Details With four years of parole, he was also ordered to pay $300,000 in restitution to the victims and their families. Reportedly, he was picked up from prison by family members and driven to the home of Jessica Simpson in Encino, California.
  • 2007
    Age 26
    He was sentenced to 40 months in jail on October 31, 2007, but was given credit for 91 days already served.
    More Details Hide Details He was placed into protective custody for his own safety.
    On May 21, 2007, Garrison, age 27, pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter and drunken driving for a December 2, 2006 crash that killed 17-year-old Beverly Hills High School student Vahagn Setian, a passenger in his car.
    More Details Hide Details Two 15-year-old girls were also injured in the crash.
  • 2005
    Age 24
    His major break was in 2005, the role as David 'Tweener' Apolskis, on the television series Prison Break.
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  • 2001
    Age 20
    Garrison was allegedly at a party given attended by high schoolers and was going out to buy more alcohol when his 2001 Land Rover jumped a curb at about 50 mph and hit a tree, according to authorities.
    More Details Hide Details He initially stated that he was just giving the minors a ride home from the high school party he was attending, but other people at the party claim he left because they ran out of alcohol. Police said Garrison had a blood-alcohol level of .20 percent, as well as cocaine in his system, although his charges only indicate that his blood-alcohol level was above .15 percent. He was charged with felony vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, felony driving under the influence causing injury to multiple victims, felony driving with a blood-alcohol level above the .08 percent legal limit causing injury, and a misdemeanor count of furnishing alcohol to a minor. Defense attorneys also looked into whether a possible brake defect may have contributed to the accident. Garrison pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter, drunken driving, and providing alcohol to a minor, and faced up to six years, eight months in prison. He underwent a mandatory 90-day "diagnostic" evaluation by parole officers and psychologists in a prison before returning for an appearance before a Superior Court Judge for sentencing. During the initial psychological evaluation, Garrison made many remarks about not being at fault, but since then, Garrison has made several statements allegedly accepting responsibility for the accident.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1998
    Age 17
    He graduated from J.J. Pearce High School in 1998 and at eighteen, he drove to Los Angeles with ambitions to become an actor.
    More Details Hide Details During his first day in L.A. he ran into a commercial agent, who sent him to an audition for Eastpak Backpacks. He got it, and that paid him $3,500, money he needed to live and study with several acting teachers, some of which were Joseph Reitman, Belita Moreno and Warner Laughlin.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1980
    Born
    Garrison was born in Dallas, Texas on May 23, 1980 and raised in Richardson, Texas.
    More Details Hide Details Due to the troubled relationship with his mother, Garrison moved out at seventeen and turned to the family minister, Joe Simpson, who is also the manager and father of pop stars Jessica and Ashlee Simpson. Garrison lived with the Simpson family for a year.
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