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Here’s what the 42-year-old actor and screenwriter had to share with the mag:
On how his struggles with depression effected his writing: “I think writing can definitely help process an experience of maybe reveal something to you that was hidden before. That’s probably why so many people keep journals. But if I was going through a tough time I wouldn’t just write about it. I’d reach for help.”
On coming out when he did: I came out to help call attention to what was happening to the gay community in Russia but I also came out because I was ready. ‘In my own time. In my own way.’ That’s one of my personal mottos. We should all have the freedom to move and grow and develop at our own pace. It just so happens that when the invitation came to go to Russia, I was in a place in my life where I was ready to make a public statement. The timing was right.”
On focusing on the present: “You know to be honest, these days I don’t dwell too much on the past or the future. The present is much more interesting. I’m grateful for the jobs I’ve had but I don’t spend a whole lot of time thinking about them. Recently this guy came up to me and he was a big fan of Prison Break and he had all these questions about some plot point in Season Two. And I only had a vague recollection of what he was talking about. For him it was totally fresh because he’d just watched the show on DVD or whatever. But for me it was like, ‘We shot that stuff eight years ago,’ I don’t even remember my character’s middle name or if he had one.”
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Wentworth Miller tries to keep a low profile in a hat while spending the day out and about on Monday afternoon (August 11) in Vancouver, Canada.
The 42-year-old actor is in town filming his role as Captain Cold in The Flash, which we can’t wait to see come to life!
The week before, Wentworth was spotted sporting some sexy silver hair in the first on-set photos of him in character.
Wentworth Miller is a silver fox with his new grey hair on the set of his upcoming series The Flash on Wednesday afternoon (August 6) in Vancouver, Canada.
The 42-year-old actor will be playing the villainous role of Captain Cold, an enemy of The Flash. One of Captain Cold’s main superpowers is his ability to have a beam of cold that freezes anything it touches instantly.
It was just announced that another villain will be added to the show. In episode six, the recurring character of Tony Woodward aka Girder will be introduced, according to TV Line.
Here is a description of the character: “Woodward was a bratty steelworker who upon being dunked in a vat of molten metal that had been tainted by S.T.A.R. Labs waste emerged as a mass of iron, impervious to most anything.”
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Looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more of Wentworth Miller – it was just announced that he is joining The Flash as Leonard Snart, aka Captain Cold!
The news was announced at the 2014 CW TCA Panel, which is currently going on in California.
Captain Cold in a villain and an enemy of The Flash. One of Captain Cold’s main superpowers is his ability to have a beam off cold freeze anything it touches instantly.
The Flash premieres this Fall on the CW.
ARE YOU EXCITED to see Wentworth Miller back on television in a villain role???
Here’s what the 42-year-old Prison Break actor had to share with the mag:
On taking a break from acting to take up screenwriting: “I knew I needed a change. I was fried after four years on an intense network drama. The body-tattoo makeup alone took four hours every day. So the idea was to see what was behind that other door. I hadn’t thought of myself as a writer, but when I wrote Stoker, the feedback was very positive. I used a pseudonym because I didn’t want other actors thinking I’d written the part for myself only to decide I didn’t want to play it.”
On getting through his depression: “I’m part of a group called the ManKind Project. It’s a circle of men I sit in with every week that’s a safe sounding board for whatever’s up for me: good, bad, ugly, really ugly. We know how to respond to someone coming out now—we’ve had that training—but admit you’re sad or that you’ve thought about suicide and people don’t know what to do. With sadness, particularly with men, that conversation is unfamiliar.”
On coming out: “I feel more fully expressed. After Prison Break, I came to grips with the fact that my public persona was in misalignment with how I actually felt. I was out to a handful of people in my twenties, and once I hit 30, I was out to family and friends. But professionally, I was feeding a fantasy. I created this air of “We don’t address that thing.”
On if he regrets not coming out earlier: “My face was on billboards, and I thought it was my job to act a certain way. But I think audiences knew to a certain degree.”
“I remember carrying around deep feelings of shame after I tried to kill myself, feeling like I’d stumbled or failed life’s exam,” the 41-year-old openly gay actor told the mag. “That I was now ‘damaged goods.’ What I would say to that younger self — what I’d say to anyone who’s walked a similar road — is to focus less on the fact that you nearly ended your life and more on the fact that you survived, that you lived to tell the tale. And then tell it. I’d say, ‘What you think of as scars are medals. They’re badges of honor, testifying to something inside you that is determined and tenacious and enduring.”
Also featured on a separate cover is The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons.
FYI: Jim is holding a Mr. Kim by Eugenia Kim hat in his spread.
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