How rich is Wentworth Miller?


How rich is Wentworth Miller?

Wentworth Miller Net Worth:
$4 Million

Wentworth Miller Net Worth:

Wentworth Miller Net Worth $4 Million

An American celebrity, model, screenwriter and producer, ‘Wentworth Miller’ was produced on June 2, 1972 in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England. For his excellent performance, he received a Golden Globe Award nomination for the best actor classification in a leading part. Together with the 2013 sensational thriller film ‘Stroker’, he made debut as screenwriter. As of 2014, he’s brought in overall net worth sum of $4 million.

Miller debuted at television having a part of pupil-turned-sea monster Gage Petronzi on ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Go Fish) on 1998. Nevertheless, his first leading role came in the year 2002 where he played the character of sensitive, introverted David Scott in ABC’s miniseries play ‘Dinotopia’. After making appearances in few television series, he transferred his strategy to the pictures. Besides this, he was seen playing a minor role in the film ‘Underworld’. He received a Golden Globe Award nomination for the Best Actor in a Dramatic Series because of his part in the show. Along with this, he appeared as a guest in the Season 11 premier of ‘Law and Order: Special Victims Unit’. Besides being fantastic performer, he also wrote the screenplay for the film ‘Stoker’ and its own prequel to Stoker, Uncle Charlie. Nevertheless, his script was voted to 2010 Black List of the 10 finest not produced screenplays in Hollywood. After he sold a screenplay for film ‘The Disappointments Room’. Miller has shown his potentiality as a fantastic performer.

Birth date: June 2, 1972
Birth place: Chipping Norton, United Kingdom
Height:6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession: Actor, Screenwriter, Model, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Education: Princeton University
Nationality: Dual American, British
Parents: Joy Marie Palm-Miller, Wentworth Earl Miller II
Siblings: Gillian Miller, Leigh Miller
Awards: Fangoria Chainsaw Awards (2014), Bravo Otto for Best Male TV Star (2007), Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films- Saturn Award for Best Guest Performance in a Television Series, Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Screenplay (2013)
Nominations: Academy Award for Best Actor, Golden Globes (2006), Black Reel Award for Best Actor (2004), Fright Meter Award (2013), Gold Derby Award for Breakthrough Performer of the Year (2006), Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Actor,
Movies: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “The Loft”, “Prison Break”, “The Disappointments Room”, "The Human Stain", "Time of Your Life", “The Story of Edgar Sawtelle”, "Legends of Tomorrow", "Stoker", "The Flash"
TV shows: Prison Break, Legends of Tomorrow, Dinotopia

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