Sep 12, 2017
Lane Garrison accepted a dare in his senior year of high school and auditioned for the chorus line in the school musical. He didn't get it, but it gave him the confidence to explore that side of himself. A true Texan boy filled with grit and growth he didn't follow the rules, he only followed the intensity of his calling to make movies. After graduation he followed his instincts and headed west. But it didn't come easy for Lane, it took over 6 years to get a theatrical agent. Lane didn't give himself a backup plan, instead he strategized and worked hard to make opportunities happen for himself. After Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's Oscar win for Goodwill Hunting, Lane figured his way into the acting world would be to write himself the part. A deal made over a 10 mile run and a game of basketball with Adam Sandler landed him with the biggest agents in Hollywood. Listen in to hear how Lane followed the "clues to his success" landing him in dynamic roles in Quality of Life, Shooter, Camp Xray, Prison Break, Bonnie and Clyde, From Dusk till Dawn, Better Call Saul, and Roots. The role on Roots garnered Lane a Critics’ Choice Award Nomination for “Best Supporting Actor In A Movie Made For Television Or Miniseries.