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Born as Robert Gravel on the 20th July 1948 in Alexandria, Louisiana, USA, Muse Watson is a stage, television and film actor, best known to the world as cat-loving con man Charles Westmoreland in the TV series “Prison Break” (2005-2008), and as the hook-wielding killer Benjamin Willis in the horror thriller film “I Know What You Did Last Summer” (1997), among many other roles.
Have you ever wondered how rich Muse Watson is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Watson’s net worth is as high as $2 million, earned through his successful career as an actor, during which he has made close to 100 film and TV appearances. Apart from the screen, Muse has also appeared on stage, playing the title role in “Hamlet”, then as Stanley in “A Streetcar Named Desire”, and as Cervantes in “Man of La Mancha”, among many others, which also improved his wealth.
Muse Watson Net Worth $2 Million
Muse grew up in his hometown, and after high school matriculation, he enrolled at the Louisiana Tech University, taking a music scholarship, however, he transferred to Berea College, Kentucky, where he studied acting. While at college, Muse became quite focused on polishing his acting talents, and as a result, he featured in numerous outdoor dramas, dinner theaters, and small repertory groups.
In order to support himself during college years, Muse worked as a driver, and rented equipment to film productions, continuing with the work after college, while at the same time appearing for his first auditions. In 1994 he was encouraged by Marion Dougherty – V-P of Casting for Warner Brothers at the time – to move to Hollywood in order to extend his chances of finding new roles. He soon found an agent, and Muse was ready to step-up.
Before his move to Hollywood, Muse had already made his screen debut, but those were only minor roles in B-production films. All changed with the role of Hank Corrigan in the romantic drama “Something to Talk About” in 1995, starring Julia Roberts, Dennis Quaid and Robert Duvall. Thanks to the success of the film and Muse’s overall good performance, his name was heard all around Hollywood, and just two years later he was cast in the horror “I Know What You Did Last Summer”, with Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Anne Heche. Right then Muse showed his broad acting skills, moving from good guy Hank Corrigan to serial killer Benjamin Willis. He repeated the role in the sequel “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer”, released in 1998 – although cast as the lead, he still had to prove himself a bit more before moving to A-level films, and as a result, he had the lead roles in such indy films as “Season of the Hunted” in 2003, among others.
In 2005 he was selected for the role of Charles Westmoreland in the TV crime drama series “Prison Break” (2005-2008), starring Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller and Amaury Nolasco. Next year, he was chosen for the role of agent Mike Franks in the TV drama crime series “NCIS”, and until 2016 appeared in 18 episodes of the show as a recurring character. His next notable role was as D. Ray White in the drama “White Lightnin’” in 2009, while in 2010 he played Sam in the film “A Christmas Snow”, for which he received a Best Actor in a Feature Film award at the Trail Dance Film Festival.
In recent years, he has returned to darker roles, and in 2014 portrayed Gary Wolffsen in the horror film “Compound Fracture”, while in 2016 he was Professor Walter Jackson in the sci-fi thriller “Dark Resonance”. Most recently, he will appear in films “Valley of Bones”, and “Christian Movie”, both scheduled for release in late 2017. Furthermore, he is Detective Frank McGraw in the new TV crime drama series “Mindhunter”, which is currently in post-production, and will also show in late 2017.
To prove his devotion to theater and love for acting on the whole, Muse started the East Tennessee Conservatory for the Arts.
Regarding his personal life, Muse has been married to Nancy Ann Naumer since 1997; the couple has one child together.
He is also a philanthropist; he works with Stars for Autism, serving as their honorary chairman. Also, he has taken a step further, educating people about autism, speaking at numerous conferences and seminars about this disorder.
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|Birth date:||July 20, 1948|
|Birth place:||Alexandria, Louisiana, USA|
|Height:||6' 1" (1.85 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Producer, Soundtrack|
|Education:||Berea College, Louisiana Tech University|
|Spouse:||Nancy Ann Naumer|
|Movies:||I Know What You Did Last Summer, CI Still Know What You Did Last Summer, NCIS, Prison Break, From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money, Assassins, Something to Talk About, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, The Last Exorcism Part II, Songcatcher|
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|From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money||1999||Video||C.W. Niles|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||1999||TV Series||Freddy Forbes|
|You Know My Name||1999||TV Movie||Cowboy Actor (uncredited)|
|Heartwood||1998||Deputy Jim Keller|
|If I Die Before I Wake||1998||Daryl|
|Saturday Night Live||1998||TV Series||Ben Willis|
|I Still Know What You Did Last Summer||1998||Ben Willis|
|JAG||1998||TV Series||Admiral Arthur Fessenden|
|Break Up||1998||Baker Cop #1|
|Acts of Betrayal||1997||Trenton Fraser / Mars|
|I Know What You Did Last Summer||1997||Benjamin Willis|
|The Lazarus Man||1996||TV Series||Dawkins|
|American Gothic||1995||TV Series||Wash Sutpen|
|The Journey of August King||1995||Zimmer|
|Something to Talk About||1995||Hank Corrigan|
|Tecumseh: The Last Warrior||1995||TV Movie||Whitley|
|Tad||1995||TV Movie||Tom Pendel|
|Matlock||1993-1994||TV Series||Security Man / Patrol Officer|
|Justice in a Small Town||1994||TV Movie||D.A. Robert Stubbs|
|Leave of Absence||1994||TV Movie||Guy|
|Blind Vengeance||1990||TV Movie||Varsac|
|The Handmaid's Tale||1990||Guardian|
|Black Rainbow||1989||Police Officer|
|Mindhunter||2017||TV Series pre-production||Detective Frank McGraw|
|Valley of Bones||2017||post-production||Terry|
|Lockwood||2016||TV Series pre-production||Frederick Cummings|
|Christian Movie||announced||Pastor Gary|
|Dark Resonance||2016||Professor Walter Jackson|
|Saved by Grace||2016||Jeremiah|
|NCIS||2006-2015||TV Series||Mike Franks|
|Compound Fracture||2014||Gary Wolffsen|
|Justified||2014||TV Series||Elmont Swain|
|Between the Sand and the Sky||2014||Video||Boss|
|The Last Exorcism Part II||2013||Frank Merle|
|Franklin & Bash||2011||TV Series||Officer Tom Werth|
|Dear Shane||2011||Short||Shane's Father|
|The Dead Ones||2011||Gus|
|Castle||2010||TV Series||Ivan Podofski|
|A Christmas Snow||2010||Sam|
|The Presence||2010||Mr. Browman|
|Small Town Saturday Night||2010||Charlie Carson|
|Cold Case||2009||TV Series||John Norwood '09|
|The Mentalist||2009||TV Series||Jake Cooby|
|White Lightnin'||2009||D. Ray White|
|Cop House||2009||TV Movie||Stubbs|
|A Kiss at Midnight||2008||TV Movie||Ben Wiatt|
|Prison Break||2005-2008||TV Series||Charles Westmoreland|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2007||TV Series||Station Yard Controller|
|Ghost Whisperer||2007||TV Series||Milt Charles|
|Criminal Minds||2007||TV Series||Mickey Bates|
|Close to Home||2006||TV Series||Bob Peters|
|Jane Doe: The Harder They Fall||2006||TV Movie||Captain Barnes|
|House of Grimm||2005|
|End of the Spear||2005||Adolfo|
|The Dark Agent and the Passing of the Torch Chapter 7||2004||Short||Lester King|
|A Day Without a Mexican||2004||Louis McClaire|
|The Last Summer||2004||Jerimiah Shuman|
|Season of the Hunted||2003||Frank|
|The Last Cowboy||2003||TV Movie||Otis Bertram|
|Hollywood Vampyr||2002||Professor Fulton|
|American Outlaws||2001||Burly Detective|
|Ten Grand||2000||Video||Big Tony|
|The Art of a Bullet||1999||Captain Walters|
|All the Rage||1999||Cleaner|
|Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me||1999||Klansman|
|Between the Sand and the Sky||2014||Video producer|
|The Cleansing||2008||Short producer|
|Songcatcher||2000||performer: "Pretty Saro"|
|NCIS||2010-2014||TV Series||Mike Franks|
|Prison Break||2006||TV Series||Charles Westmoreland|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2011||Best Actor||Trail Dance Film Festival||Best Actor in a Feature Film||A Christmas Snow (2010)|
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|1||Served on panel of experts at the Family Focus Resource and Empowerment Center's Conference entitled "A Lifetime of Choices: Parenting the Child With A Disability".|
|2||Honored at Sundance Film Festival, with the rest of the cast, for his role playing Parley Gentry in "Songcatcher" with Grand Jury Award for Ensemble Acting.|
|3||Worked in Black voter registration and detained by police for the bombing of the Wallace campaign headquarters during the Humphrey campaign for President.|
|4||When his Grandfather, Muse Watson Keller, died, the flag was flown at half staff over the capitol of Louisiana.|
|5||Working to restore the historic 900 seat 'Princess Theater' in Harriman, Tennessee.|
|6||Was awarded the Distinguished Alumnus Award by Berea College, Berea, Kentucky in 2001.|
|7||Played in the marching band at Louisiana Tech on a music stipend when Terry Bradshaw was quarterback.|
|8||Actually rode the horse thru the jumps in the Gran Prix course in the Julia Roberts film Something to Talk About (1995) as horse trainer 'Hank Corrigan'.|
|9||Worked as a driver, captain, and coordinator in transportation departments and rented equipment to film productions on 19 films while he auditioned for his first roles.|
|10||Legendary V.P. of Casting for Warner Brothers, Marion Dougherty, encouraged Muse to move to Hollywood and arranged for his first Hollywood agent in 1994.|
|11||Founded the East Tennessee Conservatory for the Arts to promote awareness of the arts in the region.|
|12||Honored as a Kentucky Colonel in 2001.|
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