04:24 PM EDT 07/27/2016
Originally posted 07/27/2016 10:20AM
"I was having a really strong emotional experience and I needed to get it out," Miller tells PEOPLE exclusively of his decision to write a reactive Facebook post. "Articulating how I'm feeling, that's a life-saving practice. And it's part of my self-care."
Wentworth Miller Hits Back at Fat-Shaming Meme and Reveals He Battled Suicidal Depression with Eating
Originally posted 03/29/2016 08:35AM
Actor Wentworth Miller is sending a message after becoming the subject of a fat-shaming Internet meme.
Originally posted 02/16/2016 05:30PM
"That Justin Theroux guy – where do I know him from?"
Originally posted 08/24/2013 08:45AM
Month-old Prince George seen cradled in mother Kate's arms as father Prince William pets family dog Lupo cranked up the aww factor this week, and was readers' most-beloved story.
Similarly, Prison Break star Wentworth Miller's personal and political stand got a great big round of applause – while it was Kim Kardashian and Katie Couric who got the guffaws going.
Here, then, are the five stories that sparked the strongest reactions over the past week, from happy, sad, laugh out loud, angry and wow. And to let us know just what you think of what's going on in the news, go right to the icons at the bottom of every story, to let us know just what you think.
Originally posted 08/21/2013 07:00PM
Wentworth Miller has come out.
The former Prison Break star, 41, went public with the news in a letter to the St. Petersburg International Film Festival director Maria Averbakh, who had invited him to attend.
According to the message, which was posted on GLAAD's website Wednesday, Miller thanked Averbakh for the "kind invitation" but turned it down because, "As a gay man … I am deeply troubled by the current attitude toward and treatment of gay men and women by the Russian government."
Originally posted 08/21/2006 06:00AM
After being cooped up behind bars last season in the FOX drama Prison Break, Wentworth Miller, 34, is finding life on the outside can get very hot. Not that he minds sweating it out as engineer-turned-inmate Michael Scofield, a breakout role for the Princeton grad who once toiled as a temp and PA between auditions. The show picks up its second season in Dallas, where Miller's character is on the run after making a great prison escape. PEOPLE recently caught up with the catch-him-if-you-can actor to talk about life in the Lone Star State, cowboy boots and tattoo maintenance.
Originally posted 08/25/2005 06:00AM
Age: 34Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.Current gig: Nominated for a Golden Globe, he plays a structural engineer who robs a bank and goes to jail – all so he can help his brother escape death row – in FOX's Prison Break
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