Ezra Miller Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Ezra Miller Net Worth $500,000 Dollars
Ezra Miller Net Worth: Ezra Miller is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $500,000 dollars. He also starred in the teen drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012), a part that was only the departure from his former parts he needed to create himself as an actor who could possibly meet many different characters. Training for opera at such a young age helped Miller beat a speech impediment. At age 16, Miller dropped from The Hudson School in New Jersey to pursue playing. In 2008, he appeared in After school, his movie debut where he starred as an Internet-hooked pupil who records (on video) two girls overdosing on drugs. The exact same year, Miller was cast on the success show Californication on Show time. He also had parts in the 2010 pictures Beware the Gonzo and Every Day, as a homosexual teen whose parents fight with the unexpected intimate disaster. On June 28, 2011, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Miller was a passenger in a vehicle that has been pulled over for a busted brake light, and authorities found that Miller had 20 grams of cannabis in his possession. Miller rather faced a penalty of $600 for two citations of disorderly conduct.
September 30, 1992
Wyckoff, New Jersey, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
United States of America
Robert S. Miller, Marta Miller
Saiya Miller, Caitlin Miller
MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance
Justice League, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Flash, Trainwreck, Madame Bovary, The Stanford Prison Experiment, Another Happy Day, Beware the Gonzo, City Island, Afterschool, Every Day, Busted Walk
His mother, Marta (Koch), is a modern dancer. His father, Robert S. Miller, worked for Hyperion Books, and is a publisher at Workman Publishing. Ezra's mother is of 3/4 German and 1/4 Dutch ancestry, while Ezra's father is from an Ashkenazi Jewish family (from Germany, Russia, and Austria). Ezra's father's step-brother is a rabbi, and Ezra's father's step-nephew is writer Gideon Lewis-Kraus.
TLA Releasing Awards - Gaybie - Best Supporting Actor in a Gay Movie - 2013 - Nominee - Ezra Miller - The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (2012).
TLA Releasing Awards - Gaybie - Best Supporting Actor in a Gay Movie - 2013 - Winner - Ezra Miller - The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (2012).
Trained as an opera singer at a young age.
He dropped out of school (The Hudson School) at the age of 16, after beginning his film acting career with Afterschool (2008).
Was considered one of the 55 faces of the future by Nylon Magazine's Young Hollywood Issue.
Often plays troubled, intense characters
Long shaggy black hair
[on his heritage and religion, in a 2012 Haaretz interview] My father is Jewish, my mother is not, but I consider myself entirely Jewish even though according to Jewish law I am not. I encourage everyone to understand that the rules [of Jewish matrilineal descent] were written before anyone could do DNA tests... I know that I am a descendant of Abraham through my father... I definitely plan to [visit Israel].
[discussing his sexuality in a 2012 "Out" Magazine interview] I'm queer. I have a lot of really wonderful friends who are of very different sexes and genders. I am very much in love with no one in particular. I've been trying to figure out relationships, you know? I don't know if it's responsible for kids of my age to be so aggressively pursuing monogamous binds, because I don't think we're ready for them. The romanticism within our culture dictates that that's what you're supposed to be looking for. Then [when] we find what we think is love--even if it is love--we do not yet have the tools. I do feel that it's possible to be at this age unintentionally hurtful, just by being irresponsible--which is fine. I'm super down with being irresponsible. I'm just trying to make sure my lack of responsibility no longer hurts people. That's where I'm at in the boyfriend/girlfriend/zefriend type of question.
[on We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)] If there's one ambiguity that I feel comfortable clearing up, it's that I never for a second was thinking about how to portray someone innately evil.
[on We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)] My agent sent me the script and I went into a sort of wrathful, thirsting pursuit. I immediately became ravenous, and I just started pursuing it like a stalker.