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Michael Rapaport

United States

Age: 50
Known for
as Don Self

in Prison Break
as Doug Gardner

in Atypical
as Charlie Bullman

in Public Morals (2014)
as Sgt. Ephraim Knowles

in Texas Rising
TV Series Starring Michael Rapaport
Atypical
Netflix,

2017

| Comedy, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

The story follows Sam (Keir Gilchrist), an 18-year-old on the autistic spectrum on his search for love and independence. His funny yet painful journey of self-discovery upends his entire family, forcing them to grapple with change in their own lives as they struggle with the central theme: What does it really mean to be normal? Leigh stars as his mother, Elsa, who is on her own journey of self discovery, and Rapaport plays his father, Doug. Brigette Lundy-Paine (Margot Vs Lily, The Glass Castle) will play Sam's sister Casey and Amy Okuda (How to Get Away with Murder) portrays his therapist Julia.


Public Morals (2014)

This series is set in New York City, 1967 in the Public Morals Division where cops walk the line between morality and criminality as the temptations that comes from dealing with all kinds of vice can get the better of them. It centers on cop Terry Muldoon (Burns) who knows the line between the good guys and bad guys is thin, and he is determined to raise his sons to be honest and hardworking as he deals with the dark underbelly of the vice world.


Texas Rising
History,

2015

| Drama, History, Mini-Series | ► Trailer
Rating: 2.5/5

This series will detail the Texas Revolution against Mexico and the rise of the legendary Texas Rangers. Bill Paxton will play Sam Houston, the father of Texas. He is joined by Brendan Fraser as Billy Anderson, a Texas Ranger with Comanche Indian ties; Ray Liotta as Lorca, an Alamo survivor seeking brutal revenge; Jeffrey Dean Morgan as "Deaf" Smith, a deaf and grizzled veteran Texas Ranger with an advanced case of consumption; Thomas Jane as James Wykoff, a homesteader who finds himself living in the middle of hostile Indian territory; Olivier Martinez as President General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, the tyrant dictator of Mexico; Chad Michael Murray as Mirabeau Lamar, a spirited Texas soldier who helps win the battle of San Jacinto; Michael Rapaport as Sgt. Ephraim Knowles, a would-be deserter and coward turned hero; and Max Thieriot as Jack Hays, a volunteer freedom fighter who becomes the youngest Texas Ranger.


Pound Puppies (2010)
The Hub,

2010

| Children, Animation
Rating: 4/5

The Pound Puppies are a group of dogs who spend most of their time at Shelter 17. Together with a group of squirrels, they operate a secret and highly sophisticated underground facility beneath the pound, aimed at finding puppies or even grown up dogs owners.


Prison Break
FOX,

2005

| Drama, Action, Adventure | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

This drama focuses on a prison designer who gets himself thrown into one of his own prisons to help his falsely accused brother escape death row.


The War at Home
CBS,

2005

| Comedy
Rating: 3/5

"The War at Home" is a half hour comedy on FOX about two parents Dave and Vicky and their daily battles against their teenage children to keep their home, their children, and themselves in order.


Boston Public
FOX,

2000

| Drama
Rating: 3.3/5

From the Emmy Award-winning creator of Ally McBeal and The Practice, comes David E. Kelley's newest series, Boston Public. The show is a dramatic, sometimes comedic, behind-the-scenes look at the personal and professional lives of teachers working at a midsize high school in Boston.