Lane Garrison directed his first music video "Trash" for the band The Sons.
The first play that Lane Garrison performed in was called A Chorus Line.
Lane Garrison gives credit to Joe Simpson for being a stepping stone in getting him on the right path.
Lane Garrison's co-writing effort for the movie Quality of Life, earned him a Special Mention at the Berlin International Film Festival and Best Youth Film at the Stockholm International Film Festival.
According to Lane, the song that would suit his character on Prison Break, would be Eminem's song "Lose Yourself."
Lane began writing screenplays when he nineteen years old.
When Lane was a teenager, his mom had him arrested for theft.
On October 19, 2006, Lane Garrison was involved in a minor car accident that was a result of him being chased by the papparazi.
On December 2, 2006, Lane Garrison was involved in a car accident that resulted in the death of a seventeen year old teenager. Lane was the driver of his SVU that ran into a tree in Beverly Hills, California.
On October 19, 2006, Lane Garrison was involved in a car accident that resulted in the death of a teenager. Lane was the driver of his SVU that ran into a tree in Los Angeles.
Lane Garrison's first acting gig was a backpack commercial he made $3,500 for doing.
When he was seventeen, Lane moved in with singer/actress, Jessica Simpson's family.
Lane Garrison helped co-write the movie Succubus.
Lane Garrison played the role of Billy Garland in the movie Crazy.
Lane Garrison is taking part in the filming of the movie Shooter.
In 1998, Lane Garrison graduated from J.J. Pearce High school in Richardson, Texas.
He stands 5'8 1/2" (1.74 m) tall.
In 1999, Lane Garrison made his first movie appearance in 4 Faces.
Lane Garrison has a tattoo on his upper-left arm of his initials "LG".
Lane Garrison has a role is the hit TV show Prison Break as Tweener.
Lane Garrison: Spare time for me is writing. I love going to movies. I am still like a six year old who gets excited to see a movie! That's probably what I do in my free time the most. I probably, literally, live in the theater.
Lane Garrison: The last time I stole something, my own mother drove me to the police station and turned me in. I think she scared me more than the police. I never stole anything again!
Lane Garrison: (talking about his character "Tweener") I'm sort of the "rat." My name is "Tweener" and my character was based on the fact that I am sort of in between white and black. But, I've also considered it sort of torn between Scofield and being loyal to him and working with Bellick. I am sort of caught in between there with them. My role keeps on increasing as the season goes on.
Lane Garrison: I'm a writer that creates screenplays. I wrote a script called Succubus for MGM and so I am working with my writing partner during the hiatus.
Lane Garrison: My dad used to draw these amazing cartoon characters and paint magnificent pieces which led me to start drawing and creating as well. It really sparked my imagination which just naturally led into film.
Lane Garrison: (talking about Joe Simpson) He took me into his house before Jessica was this gigantic pop star and let me live there. Otherwise, I really would be in prison, so I'm really grateful to him.