'Prison Break' star escapes to Israel

Miller is coming to promote the launch of the new YES HD channel.

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March 11, 2008 12:17

 
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One of the stars of the hit FOX TV show Prison Break - Wentworth Miller - is scheduled to arrive in Israel Tuesday as a guest of YES, a spokesman for the cable provider confirmed Monday. In the show, which is broadcast on the YES Stars 2 channel, the British-born American actor plays Michael Scofield, an architect who gets himself into jail in order to help his brother escape death row after being found guilty of a crime he did not commit. His performance in the show earned him a 2005 Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series. Miller is coming to promote the launch of the new YES HD channel.

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