PRISON BREAK actress Sarah Wayne Callies has revealed that she kept every single script in the show and will be more than prepared to re visit them when she signs up for the resurrection.
The 38-year-old American star, who played the prison medic Sara Tancredi in the play, is presently in negotiations to reprise her character in the upcoming reboot.
She declared in a recent interview that she’d love to come back, as she’s working on another show at this time, but it is all dependent on programs.
Nevertheless, she returns and if everything pans out, Sarah confessed that she would be going back to the old scripts.
Sarah described: “I believe it is a really interesting challenge resurrecting a character I said goodbye to six years past.
“I loved her and it never occurred to me we would be doing this and so I’d need to begin from the start, view the seasons again and go back.
“I’ve saved every script actually. I save every script of everything I’ve ever worked on, just in case I should really have a bonfire or something.”
Sarah went on to disclose how she made notes each day during filming, recording her blunders and ideas and also maintained a journal.
“So it would be a huge archival process for me to figure out,” she told Digital Spy.
It was recently announced that the part of Sara’s husband in the Prison Break revival has been cast.
Mark Feurstein is going to be taking on the function of Scott Ness, the doctor’s new husband.
As Prison Break fans will remember, Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) and Sara had a relationship in the show. After he was seemingly killed off, however, their love affair came to a conclusion.