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'''Wentworth Earl Miller III '''is a British-born American actor, model and screenwriter, best known for his role as Michael Scofield on ''Prison Break. ''On [[House, M.D.]], he portrayed philanthropist [[Benjamin Byrd]] in the [[Season 8]] episode [[Charity Case]]. He was raised in New York City. Most of his theatrical training is in singing and he was a member of singing groups both in high school and while a student at [[Princeton University]], where he earned a bachelor's degree in English literature.
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'''Wentworth Earl Miller III '''is a British-born American actor, model and screenwriter, best known for his role as Michael Scofield on ''Prison Break. ''On [[House, M.D.]], he portrayed philanthropist [[Benjamin Byrd]] in the [[Season 8]] episode [[Charity Case]]. He was raised in New York City. Most of his theatrical training is in singing and he was a member of singing groups both in high school and while a student at [[Princeton University]], where he earned a bachelor's degree in English literature.
   
He tried to move into acting in 1995, but initially met with limited success, working in guest roles and in short films. However, in 2002, he landed a role in the mini-series ''Dinotopia ''where he received critical acclaim for his acting. He subsequently obtained featured roles in ''The Human Stain ''and ''Underworld ''before obtaining his starring role in ''Prison Break. ''He has subsequently had featured roles in ''Resident Evil: Afterlife ''and will appear in 2012's ''Loft. ''
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He tried to move into acting in 1995, but initially met with limited success, working in guest roles and in short films. However, in 2002, he landed a role in the mini-series ''Dinotopia ''where he received critical acclaim for his acting. He subsequently obtained featured roles in ''The Human Stain ''and ''Underworld ''before obtaining his starring role in ''Prison Break. ''He has subsequently had featured roles in ''Resident Evil: Afterlife ''and will appear in 2012's ''Loft. ''
 
===Connections===
 
===Connections===
 
*His first role was on Buffy The Vampire Slayer with [[Michelle Trachtenberg]]
 
*His first role was on Buffy The Vampire Slayer with [[Michelle Trachtenberg]]
 
*He appeared on ''Joan of Arcadia ''with [[Amber Tamblyn]]
 
*He appeared on ''Joan of Arcadia ''with [[Amber Tamblyn]]
*One of his co-stars on ''Prison Break ''was [[Sarah Wayne Callies]]. Another was [[Robin Tunney]].
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*One of his co-stars on ''Prison Break ''was [[Sarah Wayne Callies]]. Another was [[Robin Tunney]].
 
[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0589505/ Wentworth Miller at IMDB]
 
[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0589505/ Wentworth Miller at IMDB]
   

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Wentworth Miller
Biographical Information
Born June 2, 1972
Birthplace Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Gender Male
Years Active 1998-Present
Role Benjamin Byrd
Season Season 8
Episode Charity Case

Wentworth Earl Miller III is a British-born American actor, model and screenwriter, best known for his role as Michael Scofield on Prison Break. On House, M.D., he portrayed philanthropist Benjamin Byrd in the Season 8 episode Charity Case. He was raised in New York City. Most of his theatrical training is in singing and he was a member of singing groups both in high school and while a student at Princeton University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in English literature.

He tried to move into acting in 1995, but initially met with limited success, working in guest roles and in short films. However, in 2002, he landed a role in the mini-series Dinotopia where he received critical acclaim for his acting. He subsequently obtained featured roles in The Human Stain and Underworld before obtaining his starring role in Prison Break. He has subsequently had featured roles in Resident Evil: Afterlife and will appear in 2012's Loft.

Connections

Wentworth Miller at IMDB

Wentworth Miller at Wikipedia

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