Silas Weir Mitchell: I Am A Different Kind Of Werewolf

Silas Weir Mitchell: I Am A Different Kind Of Werewolf

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Silas Weir Mitchell thinks his wolfy "Grimm' character Monroe could totally take on Twilight's werewolf Jacob... but only if he didn't rely solely on brute strength.

"If you're asking if Taylor Lautner's character could kick my a--, yeah he probably could," Mitchell tells TVGuide.com. "I might have the wiles, but if he got the jump on me, I'd be dead meat. I'm older than he is, so I know some tricks, but like I said, if it were pound for pound, I'm dead."

On the 'Grimm' website, Monroe is described as a "a reformed Blutbad,"  And that's Blutbad with a capital B, thank you.

Silas explains exactly what that means to Steve Edwards and Maria Quiban on Good Day L.A.

Fun Facts About Silas Weir Mitchell:

1 )He is an American character actor best known for starring as Charles "Haywire" Patoshik in the Fox television series Prison Break, and Monroe in the NBC television series Grimm.

2) Mitchell has had recurring guest roles in such television series as 24 as Eli Stram; Numb3rs; My Name Is Earl as Earl's ex-con friend Donny Jones; and Prison Break as escapee Charles "Haywire" Patoshik. On the DVD commentary for Prison Break, he mentions he had previously auditioned for the roles of Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell and Lincoln Burrows. Mitchell plays the role of an insane prison inmate in both Prison Break and My Name Is Earl. He also appears in Rat Race (2001) as Lloyd (The Hardware Store Guy), and in The Whole Ten Yards as Yermo.

3) One of his most notable roles is that of mentally unstable recurring character James Hogan on Cold Case. Mitchell also made appearances on CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Law & Order: SVU, Burn Notice as charming but unstable arms dealer Seymour, Dexter, Monk, Six Feet Under, X-Files, The Closer, and Boomtown. He also appeared on the show CSI in the Season 6 episode "Room Service".

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