Wentworth Miller, star of the suspense-drama series Prison Break brings light to the surfacing rumors of his being gay. And after much noise, the promising actor attempts to put an end to these hearsay by stating, “I’m not gay.”
This part-African-American, Jamaican, English, German, French, Dutch, Syrian and Lebanese actor, although has distinctly established himself as one of the eye-candies of Prison Break due to his signature look and his physique, is still adjusting to his life in the limelight and the fierce media scrutiny of his personal life. And just like other actors, his fame and rise to stardom came with much controversy regarding his sexuality.
Miller, 34, graduated from Princeton University in 1995 with a degree in English literature prior to his pursuit of the entertainment industry. Initially, he appeared on the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer as a guest. This was followed by more TV appearances on Popular and ER, as well as a starring role on the series Dinotopia. Shortly, he landed a spot on movies like The Human Stain, Underworld, Stealth and two of Mariah Carey’s videos. On the action-packed show Prison Break, Miller plays Michael Scofield, a former structural engineer who tries to help his brother, Lincoln Burrows, played by Dominic Purcell, escape his execution for a crime he did not commit.
And while Miller is not being bothered with the buzz, he firmly denies the gay rumors and puts wit and serene as he answers the allegations. He clarifies, “No, I’m not gay. I know these rumors are out there…I’m cool with the fact that they exist, I mean this is about fantasy. Certain people are going to have certain fantasies. If someone wants to imagine me with a woman, or a man or one of each, that’s cool with me as long as you keep watching the show.
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-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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