Bellick is the fifth main character to be killed in the series (after Veronica Donovan, John Abruzzi, Norman “Lechero” St. John and James Whistler).
According to Nick Santora on Twitter, Bellick was killed to make him a hero. Bellick is the only member of the main cast to have been brutally beaten in two different prisons (Fox River and Sona).
9 Brad Bellick
In the early days of Prison Break, no one liked Brad Bellick, mostly because he was the main character on Fox River. Over time he eventually became a good guy and was able to become a kind of loveable loser who played a key role in the events of season four.
Charles Westmoreland died of a wound on the night of the escape. Some Sanchez got caught. Of the eight who escaped over the prison walls, Haywire, Tweener and T-Bag landed alone.
Both Charles Westmoreland and Marilyn were killed by Brad Bellick.
Lincoln notifies Michael that Sona is burned to the ground and Sucre, Bellick, and T-Bag are nowhere to be seen. It is later revealed that T-Bag caused the riot that allowed them all to escape. Bellick saved Sucre when he was trampled.
Bellick is later shot in the leg by T-Bag and then arrested by the Panama Police Department. T-Bag again frames him for murder, this time by a Panamanian prostitute. In the season finale, Bellick is taken to the Penitenciaría Federal de Sona prison.
Fernando Sucre (Amaury Nolasco)
That being said, the prospect of seeing Michael Scofield’s big hearted best friend back in action is really exciting.
In Season 5 of the revival series, set many years after the original conclusion of The Final Break and after a very dramatic and protracted death, we discover that Michael Scofield is very much alive.
Sara Scofield (née Tancredi) was the prison doctor and wife of Michael Scofield. She is the daughter of Illinois Governor Frank Tancredi and the mother of Michael Jr. She was 29 when the series began.
Sara and Michael eventually get married at the end of the season.
James Bagwell Jr. The character was introduced to the series as a fellow inmate of protagonist Michael Scofield (played by Wentworth Miller) at Fox River State Penitentiary. As the leader of a white supremacist group, T-Bag is the most villain of the Fox River Eight.
Benjamin Miles “C-Note” Franklin (Rockmond Dunbar)
That’s all. He was a good guy but ended up in jail because the system is corrupt. He cares a lot about his family and we can definitely respect him for that.
His intelligence is well noticed even by his enemies, e.g. with Mahone in Season 2 making various comments about Michael’s intelligence and even showing some admiration for him after successfully breaking out of two prisons (Fox River and Sona). He’s even offered a spot on The Company.
Eventually, in a discussion with Lincoln Burrows (Michael’s brother), Sucre decides that he is fed up with risking his life to bring down the company and leaves the group to join his Mrs. Maricruz and his newborn child.
Maricruz later reveals herself to be pregnant (by Sucre), further motivating him to flee. His happiness of becoming a father and marrying Maricruz is short-lived when he learns from Hector that Maricruz will no longer visit him in prison and has started a relationship with Hector.