Wentworth Miller was born on June 2, 1972 in Chipping, Norton, England. He started his career in the late 1990s when he made his first television appearance on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, followed by a recurring part on Time of Your Life and Popular. His first main role on the small screen was on the miniseries Dinotopia, while his first role on the big screen was in Underworld in 2003 and then The Human Stain. His major breakthrough came when he was cast as the lead on the TV series Prison Break, which he played from 2005 to 2009, and reprised in the TV movie Prison Break: The Final Break. His lead performance on the said was earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in 2005. After the show ended in 2009, he starred in the movie Resident Evil: Afterlife playing the part of Chris Redfield, a role he reprised in Resident Evil: Retribution. Recently, he returned to mainstream television, playing the role of Captain Cold in Legends of Tomorrow. He also recently starred in the thriller film The Loft. In addition, he will reprise his character as Michael Scofield in the continuation of Prison Break this 2016.
Has Wentworth Miller had Plastic Surgery?
The actor has recently been bullied on the internet when a picture of him years ago surfaced on the internet showing him fuller and healthier. When compared to his physique during his Prison Break years, the difference was obvious, thus the reason why he was bullied. Responding to such a low blow , the actor pointed out his personal struggles as a result of depression, which resulted in him gaining significant weight. As he explained, others turn to drugs, alcohol, and sex, while he turned to food. He expressed his sentiments about some people downplaying the struggles of someone struggling with mental health, which is unfair and cruel in all levels.
But the Prison Break star was able to surpass this downturn of his life, choosing to live a life rather than giving in to his depression, which is why he’s back on mainstream television. Question is, how did the actor lose weight and gain back his old, physically-lean self? Definitely plastic surgery. Miller talked about working hard to regain his life and undergoing plastic surgery to lose weight kind of defies the purpose of working hard. It is possible that the actor chose to go back to being healthy by eating only nutritious foods and engaging in regular workout routine. One thing is for sure, he has the strength and discipline to return to his normal and healthy self and does not need any cosmetic interventions.