Sating goodbye to his Michael Scofield character, Wentworth Miller got all tangled up in rope while filming the last episodes of the "Prison Break" in Marina del Rey (January30). Wentworth Miller is currently working on "Resident Evil: Afterlife" with Ali Larter & Milla Janovich
He finally came out as a gay man earlier this year, and now Wentworth Miller reveals the emotional struggles leading up to the announcement in the December 2013 issue of Out magazine.
During his interview with the publication, the "Prison Break" star discussed his response to Russia's invitation to the St. Petersburg International Film Festival that told the world his ultimate secret and shared details about his childhood, including his failed suicide attempt.
The remake of Erik Van Looy's Belgian original follows five friends who find themselves trying to solve a murder mystery after a dead woman is found in their shared loft that they use for their extramarital affairs.
Getting ready to say goodbye to his Michael Scofield character, Wentworth Miller got all tangled up in rope while filming the last episodes of the drama "Prison Break" in Marina del Rey on Friday (January30).
In what's come as disappointing news tot he show's fans, FOX announced it was canceling the show because it had "played out" after three years on the air.
He’s a well-known stud here in the States thanks to his hit series “Prison Break.” And earlier today (December 17), fans in Japan got a taste of Wentworth Miller.
The “Human Stain” stud arrived in the Land of the Rising Sun for a press conference at Tokyo’s Park Hyatt hotel to introduce “Prison Break” to the Japanese viewers, as it will be released there this summer.