Wentworth Millers net worth
Facts of Wentworth Millers net worth
|Net worth||$40 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1972 June 2|
|Age:||51 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Height:||5 Feet 1 Inch|
Wentworth Miller's net worth: $4 Million
Primarily known for his acting endeavors in the hit television series such as 'Prison Break' and 'The Flash,' Wentworth Miller fancies a staggering net worth of around $4 million.
He is an award-winning actor who hasn't limited himself just to acting. Apparently, he is also a screenwriter, producer, and model. Wentworth started his career in 1998. At present, his net worth is estimated to be around 4 million US dollars.
Likewise, his yearly income or salary is estimated to be around five hundred thousand US dollars, also including one hundred and twenty thousand Us dollars worth of sponsorship receivable annually. In 2017, he is set to reprise the role of 'Michael Scofield' in the upcoming 9 episode event miniseries 'Prison Break', which is a follow-up to the original series by Paul Scheuring. Playing the role for about four years from 2005-2009, Murray was able to touch the height of his career, earning a high net worth and a Golden Globe nomination at the same time.
Born on June 22, 1972, in Chipping, Norton, England, Wentworth is best known for his outstanding portrayal of one of the two protagonists, Michael Scofield, in the Fox series 'Prison Break'. Wentworth came into the limelight in the year 2002 portraying the role of David Scott in ABC’s mini-series Dinotopia. His big break happened in 2005 when he captured the role of 'Michael Scofield' in the Fox Network series 'Prison Break.' He then portrayed the strong-minded role for about four years. His other notable television credits include 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer(1998)', 'Time of Your Life(1999-2000)', 'Popular(2000)', 'ER(2000)', 'Ghost Whisperer (2005)', 'Family Guy (2009)', 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit(2009)', 'The Flash(201-2016)', 'House(2011)', and 'Legends of Tomorrow (2016-2017)'. He also worked as a writer for the 2016 American Horror film, 'The Disappointment Room." Miller was also responsible for the scripting the critically acclaimed American-Belgian movie 'The Loft' in 2014. Nevertheless, he made his first screenwriting and producing debut in one of the 2013's critically acclaimed thriller movies, 'Stoker.'
Acting Background of Wentworth Miller
England-born Wentworth belongs to 'British-American' nationality. He relocated to Los Angeles in 1995 to pursue his career in acting.
Wentworth Miller's Gay
Wentworth Miller gay news broke on the internet when he posted a letter on GLAAD's website, which is also known as the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. In the letter, he declined the invitation to attend the Saint Petersburg International Film Festival in 2013. Wentworth was not satisfied with the LGBT law in Russia. He stated that it’s hard to participate an event in such a host country where people like himself had been systematically denied to live and love openly. However, in an interview to InStyle magazine in late 2007, he stated that he was not a gay. Miller publicly came out during the 2013's Human Rights Campaign Dinner held in Seattle. During the event, he also expressed the difficulties he had been facing as a gay man. He even confirmed of having multiple attempts of suicide during his speech.
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