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Wentworth Earl Miller III (brought into the world 2 June 1972)[1] is an English-American entertainer and screenwriter. He rose to conspicuousness following his featuring part as Michael Scofield in the Fox arrangement Prison Break, for which he got a designation for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama in 2005. He made his screenwriting debut with the 2013 spine chiller film Stoker. In 2014, he started playing Leonard Snart/Captain Cold in a repetitive part on The CW arrangement The Flash prior to turning into an arrangement ordinary on the side project, Legends of Tomorrow. 

Wentworth Miller 

Wentworth by Andrew Horovitz.JPG 

Mill operator in 2011 

Conceived 

Wentworth Earl Miller III 

2 June 1972 (age 48) 

Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom 

Citizenship 

US, United Kingdom 

Instruction 

Princeton University (A.B.) 

Occupation 

Actorscreenwriter 

A long time dynamic 

1998–present 

Vocation 

Mill operator at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International. 

In 1995, Miller moved to Los Angeles to seek after an acting career.[13] He has expressed that his rough street to fame "was quite a while in the coming and there were a ton of upsets and a great deal of disappointments and barriers, yet I was unable to leave it. I required it like I required air, it was simply something I needed to do."[14] Miller's first TV appearance was as understudy turned-ocean beast Gage Petronzi on Buffy the Vampire Slayer ("Go Fish", 1998). 

Mill operator's initially featuring job was in 2002 as the touchy, contemplative David Scott in ABC's small arrangement Dinotopia. In the wake of showing up in a couple of minor TV jobs, he proceeded onward to co-star in the 2003 film The Human Stain, playing the more youthful rendition of the Anthony Hopkins character, Coleman Silk. He recognized emphatically with the center problem of the film, about an individual of color who decides to "pass" as white. Mill operator worked broadly on the job, in investigating Anthony Hopkins, however by leaving on a four-month routine to precisely depict Silk as a fighter. Additionally in 2003, he had a minor function in the film Underworld, playing a specialist and companion of the character Michael Corvin. 

In 2005, Miller was given a role as Michael Scofield in Fox Network's TV dramatization Prison Break. He assumed the part of a talented auxiliary specialist who made a detailed plan to support his sibling, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell), get away from death row in the wake of being seen as liable of a wrongdoing he didn't submit. His character had a full chest area (front and back) tattoo. Covering both the front of Miller's middle and his back, alongside the two arms from shoulders to wrists, the enhancements for the tattoo took more than four hours to apply. His presentation in the show procured him a 2005 Golden Globe Award designation for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series.[15] The show was done in 2009 after four seasons, yet another nine-scene fifth season was delivered April 4, 2017, with Miller repeating his job. 

Mill operator showed up in two Mariah Carey music recordings, "It's Like That" as a gathering visitor and "We Belong Together" as her affection interest. Chief Brett Ratner, who coordinated the pilot scene of Prison Break, was likewise marked on to coordinate the two Carey recordings. Ratner chose to utilize Miller in the recordings as well.[16] 

What's more, Miller visitor featured in the Season 11 debut of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit as Detective Nate Kendall, an analyst from Precinct 24 of the New York City Police Department.[17][18] He likewise highlighted in Resident Evil: Afterlife, the fourth film in the industrially effective Resident Evil film arrangement dependent on the computer game arrangement of a similar name; Miller plays Chris Redfield, one of the heroes of the computer game arrangement. 

Mill operator composed the screenplay for the film Stoker, just as a prequel to Stoker, Uncle Charlie.[19] He utilized the pen name Foulke, later clarifying, "I simply needed the contents to do or die on their own."[20] Miller's content was casted a ballot to the 2010 "Boycott" of the 10 best unproduced screenplays at that point getting out and about in Hollywood.[21] The film is about a young lady who must arrangement with a secretive uncle following the demise of her dad. Mill operator portrayed it as a "blood and gore movie, a family dramatization and a mental thriller".[22] Although impacted by Bram Stoker's Dracula, Miller has explained that Stoker isn't a vampire story.[22][23] Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt additionally affected the movie yet just as a bouncing off point, from which the story takes an alternate direction.[22] Park Chan-wook coordinated, with stars Mia Wasikowska as the adolescent, Nicole Kidman as the mother, and Matthew Goode as the uncle.[24] The movie was delivered in 2013, and got commonly sure surveys from critics.[25] 

In July 2014, it was reported that Miller had joined the cast of The CW superhuman arrangement The Flash in a repetitive part as Leonard Snart/Captain Cold.[26] He showed up in the fourth scene of the principal season, and repeated his function on Legends of Tomorrow.[27] These shows rejoined him with his Prison Break co-star Dominic Purcell, who depicted Mick Rory/Heat Wave. Mill operator left Legends of Tomorrow as an arrangement standard toward the finish of season one, yet marked an agreement with Warner Bros. Television to keep depicting Snart all the while on various shows in the Arrowverse.[28] 

Mill operator composed the screenplay for the 2016 thriller The Disappointments Room, created by Voltage Pictures and Killer Films.[29] The film got negative audits from critics.[30] He is allegedly in dealings to compose the screenplay transformation of the novel The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski which is set to be delivered by Oprah Winfrey and Tom Hanks among others.[31] 

Individual life 

Mill operator in 2015 

Mill operator lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. He has two sisters, Leigh and Gillian. He holds double British and US citizenship by ethicalness of his introduction to the world in the United Kingdom to American parents.[23] 

In 2007, Miller denied to InStyle magazine that he was gay.[32] However, he came out as gay in August 2013, when he posted a letter on GLAAD's site declining a challenge to go to the Saint Petersburg International Film Festival since he felt "profoundly upset" by the Russian government's treatment of its gay residents (alluding to the Russian LGBT promulgation law, authorized the past June, which restricted "publicity of nontraditional sexual relations").[33][34] Miller composed that he "can't in great heart partake in a celebratory event facilitated by a nation where individuals such as myself are as a rule methodicallly denied their essential option to live and adore openly".[33] 

At the 2013 Human Rights Campaign Dinner in Seattle, Washington, Miller said he had endeavored self destruction on numerous occasions as a young person prior to coming out as gay.[35] He expressed: "When somebody inquired as to whether that was a weep for help, I said no, on the grounds that I told nobody. You possibly sob for help on the off chance that you accept there's assistance to cry for."[35] He examined battling in Hollywood as a closeted entertainer, and discussed how his association in the ManKind Project helped him find out about fraternity, sisterhood, and being important for a community.[36] 

In a 2016 Facebook post, he uncovered that he "[had] battled with misery since youth. It's a fight that is cost [him] time, openings, connections, and 1,000 restless evenings." He made this enthusiastic post in response to an image of himself which made jokes about his weight gain in 2010. Mill operator said that his weight gain was because of him discovering solace in food as he was suicidal.[37] Near the finish of the post he gave connections to associations, for example, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Active Minds.[38] 

On October 17, 2016, Active Minds, an emotional well-being noble cause, reported that Miller would be a minister for the organization.[39] 

Filmography 

Film 

As Actor 

Year Title Role Notes 

2000 Romeo and Juliet Paris Direct-to-video 

2001 Room 302 Server #1 Short film 

2003 The Human Stain Young Coleman Silk 

Underworld Dr. Adam Lockwood 

2005 The Confession The Prisoner/Tom Short film 

Stealth EDI Voice job 

2009 Blood Creek German soldier Uncredited 

2010 Resident Evil: Afterlife Chris Redfield 

2014 The Loft Luke Seacord 

2015 2 Hours 2 Vegas Guy in convention car Short film 

As Screenwriter and maker 

Year Title Notes 

2013 Stoker Credited as Ted Foulke 

2016 The Disappointments Room Writer 

TV 

Year Title Role Notes 

1998 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Gage Petronzi Episode: "Go Fish" 

1999–2000 Time of Your Life Nelson 3 scenes 

2000 Popular Adam Rothschild-Ryan 2 scenes 

ER Mike Palmieri Episode: "Homecoming" 

2002 Dinotopia David Scott Lead job; 3 scenes 

2005 Joan of Arcadia Ryan Hunter 2 scenes 

2005–2009; 

2017 Prison Break Michael Scofield Lead job 

2005 Ghost Whisperer Sgt. Paul Adams Episode: "Pilot" 

2009 Family Guy Jock #4 

Famous Kid #2 Voice job, Episode: "Stew-Roids" 

Jail Break: The Final Break Michael Scofield Television film 

2011 House Benjamin Byrd Episode: "Noble cause Case" 

2013 Young Justice Slade Wilson/Deathstroke Voice job, Episode: "The Fix" 

2014–2019 The Flash Leonard Snart/Captain Cold/Leo Snart/Leonard (Earth-74) Recurring job; 14 scenes (seasons 1–4 and 6) 

2015 Superhero Fight Club Short promotion video 

2016–2018 Legends of Tomorrow Main job (season 1),

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