|Celebrated Name:||Wentworth Miller|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Wentworth Earl Miller III|
|Age:||47 years old|
|Birth Date:||2 June 1972|
|Birth Place:||Chipping Norton, United Kingdom|
|Nationality:||American, English, British|
|Profession:||British-American actor and screenwriter|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$5 million|
|Last Updated:||February 2020|
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Wentworth Miller was born on 2nd June 1972 in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England to Joy Marie Palm-Miller and Wentworth Earl Miller II. As a student, he was an active member of the school’s AV club and school newspaper as well. In 1990, he graduated from Quaker Valley High School in Pennsylvania. Then in the year 1994, he got his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University with a major in English Literature.
It was posted his bachelor’s that he desired to start his career with acting. Today his acting credits span to both feature film and television.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 2 June 1972, Wentworth Miller is 47 years old as of today’s date 24th February 2020. His height is 1.85 m tall, and his weight is 77 kg.
He started his acting career with a guest role in the year 1998, with the television series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Also, he starred in the Hallmark Series, Dinotopia, in the year 2002, where he played the character of David Scott. After consistently working for quite some time, it was in the year 2003 that he got his first lead role in the movie The Human Stain, and it was his breakthrough role where he worked along with Nicole Kidman and Sir Anthony Hopkins.
Though the film didn’t perform well, it provided him with all the stardom. It was in 2003 only that he appeared in Underworld; also, he appeared in the series finale of CBS ‘Joan of Arcadia’. Afterward, he appeared in the pilot of Ghost Whispers in the year 2005.
It was in the year 2005 that he got his major break; he starred in the FOX network’s infamous series Prison Break. The series became an instant hit, and Wentworth became one of the hottest upcoming actors around.
Apart from the series, he appeared into music videos of Mariah Carey- ‘It’s Like That’ and ‘We Belong Together.’
In 2013, he, along with director Chan-wook Park, penned down the screenplay for the film Stoker. He has also written the screenplay for the prequel called Uncle Charlie.
Awards & Achievements
The series Prison Break helped Wentworth achieve all the name and fame across the globe. His splendid performance in the series helped him earn a Golden Globe nomination, three Teen Choice Award Nominations, and a Saturn Award Nomination. In the year 2007, he was listed amongst the list of 100 Most Beautiful People in the World by the People Magazine. In 2015, he was awarded as the Best Guest Performance in a Television Series by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films, USA.
He was nominated 13 times for the prestigious awards, including the Golden Globes, Black Reel Awards, Bravo Otto Award, gold Derby Awards, Teen Choice Awards, and International Online Cinema Award.
Net Worth & Salary of Wentworth Miller in 2020
As of February 2020, Wentworth Miller’s net worth is $5 million. He has a financial investment of about $22 million. Also, he owns seven cars worth $3.5 million. The car brands he owns include GM, McLaren, and Aston Martin, and his house costs $2.7 million in British Columbia. It is expected that the growth rate of his worth will be medium-paced, and within the next two years, it is likely to increase by around 26%.
Miller is a compelling actor, model, screenwriter, and producer; who has worked his way hard to turn his dream into a reality. The Prison Break actor is, in reality, a very private person who prefers staying home when he’s not at work. He has the ideology that music, theatre, painting can all together contribute to the work of any and every actor, which makes him spend time at the Art Institute of Chicago.
In 2013, he returned to his writing roots, linking up with acclaimed director Chan-wook Park and penning the screenplay for the film _Stoker_, which he submitted under an alias, Ted Foulke. He has also written a screenplay for a prequel called Uncle Charlie.