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Biography - A Short Wiki

British-American actor, Wentworth Miller is most famous for his portrayal of Michael Scofield in the five seasons of the Fox series Prison Break. He received a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor for his Leading Role in Prison Break. He wrote the screenplay for the 2013 thriller film Stoker. Born Wentworth Earl Miller III in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England, he is the son of Joy Marie, a special education teacher, and Wentworth Earl Miller II, a lawyer educator. His ancestry includes African-American, Jamaican, German, English, Russian, French, Dutch, Syrian, and Lebanese. He has two sisters, Leigh and Gillian. Gillian is studying to get her Ph.D in Massachusetts and Leigh is in law school in Virginia.

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All body measurements and statistics of Wentworth Miller, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

Height185 cm, 6′1″ (feet & inches)
Weight77 kg, 170 pounds
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

"I certainly learned how to break down a text at Princeton, which helps me break down a script - or at least that's the line I feed my parents when they start wondering where all that good money went."

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"I had a brief experience in the food industry. I was a bus boy in a Mexican restaurant in Arizona, scraping re-fried beans off people's plates. It teaches you a bit of humility and the importance of a good deodorant."

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"There has to be a measure of faith. That's what this business is all about: trusting in something that may never show up, that you have no concrete proof of."

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"I've never read a book or attended a class on screenwriting. I'm not opposed to the idea, but I like what I've got going on naturally and want to protect that. The one question I will ask myself as I'm re-reading a script for the 60th time is, 'Am I entertained? Still?' If the answer is 'yes,' I'll assume other people will be, too."

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"Entertainers are there to entertain. They aren't there to teach your children the lessons that you haven't bothered to teach them at home yourself."

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