PHOTOS: Out and proud stars "As a friend and someone I care for deeply, I am very proud of Wentworth," the 43-year-old told Us. I applaud his courage and his stance against a wrongful, archaic ideology." The two played brothers on the FOX series from 2005 to 2009. 21, Miller, 41, came out as gay in a letter to the organizers of the St.
Petersburg International Film Festival in Russia to explain why he couldn't attend an upcoming event.
“First and foremost, I was suicidal,” he explained. The extent of my struggle known to very, very few.” Miller says in 2010 he was keeping a low profile and was “semi-retired from acting”. Now, when I see that image of me in my red t-shirt, a rare smile on my face, I am reminded of my struggle. “ […] The first time I saw this meme pop up in my social media feed, I have to admit, it hurt to breathe.
“This is a subject I’ve since written about, spoken abut, shared about. Saying he had turned to food to cope with his depression, from which he has been prone to since childhood, he recalled paparazzi photographing him while on a hike which apparently then led to various media headlines such as “hunk to chunk” and “fit to flab”. My endurance and my perseverance in the face of all kinds of demons. But as with everything in life, I get to assign meaning. The 43-year-old has previously spoken openly about his history of depression and in 2013 told a Human Rights event he first tried to kill himself aged 15.
[UPDATE] Dominic Purcell has given more details about the premiere date, although he admitted that timing issues have been created due to the contractual conflict between Warner Bros and Fox, which may delay things a little.
When asked what character from literature he would like to play: "Well, if we can expand the definition of literature to include comic books, I'd definitely love a crack at "General Zod" from "Superman".
So I'm hoping that Bryan Singer makes a sequel to the "Superman" that's coming out and casts me" (TV Guide, April 10-16,2006).
(Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images)It's striking that Miller can at once be so private, yet so open.
In 2007, Miller gave an interview to the German edition of In Style Magazine in which the interviewer asked him if the rumors that he is gay were true.
When he was offered the role of Michael Scofield, he was scared to come out as gay, since he feared it would impact his acting career. When I thought about the possibility of coming out, how that might impact me and the career I worked so hard for, I was filled with fear.