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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 20 July 1948Alexandria, Louisiana, USA
Birth NameRobert Gravel
Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Rugged character actor Muse Watson is an established stage actor and veteran screen performer with a host of widely varying characters to his name, ranging from the hook-wielding killer in "I Know What You Did Last Summer" (1997), to the gentle, cat-loving con in the Fox television suspense drama "Prison Break" (2005). From the good ole boy, Hank, in the Julia Roberts drama "Something to Talk About" to the quick to shoot mentor Mike Franks in "NCIS". Fifty five movies and over fifty five episodes of TV and Muse is going strong. His theater credits include Hamlet in "Hamlet", Stanley in "A Streetcar Named Desire", Pale in "Burn This", Cervantes in "Man of La Mancha", and directing "Ain't MisBehavin". Muse also gave an unforgettable performance with Jennifer Love Hewitt as a special guest on Saturday Night Live. Muse and his wife and daughter now divide their time between their home in Berea, Ky. and their "hide-out" in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Priscilla for MuseWatson.com

Spouse (1)

Nancy Ann Naumer (24 October 1997 - present) (1 child)

Trivia (12)

Honored as a Kentucky Colonel in 2001.
Founded the East Tennessee Conservatory for the Arts to promote awareness of the arts in the region.
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.
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.
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'.
Played in the marching band at Louisiana Tech on a music stipend when Terry Bradshaw was quarterback.
Was awarded the Distinguished Alumnus Award by Berea College, Berea, Kentucky in 2001.
Working to restore the historic 900 seat 'Princess Theater' in Harriman, Tennessee.
When his Grandfather, Muse Watson Keller, died, the flag was flown at half staff over the capitol of Louisiana.
Worked in Black voter registration and detained by police for the bombing of the Wallace campaign headquarters during the Humphrey campaign for President.
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.
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".

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