The talented American actor, Ezra Miller, is best known for his role as Barry Allen/The Flash in the DC Extended Universe. The young actor recognized his artistic side from the tender age of six. Ezra Miller started from a young age to build his currently thriving career.
Presently, the entertainer is an accomplished actor, a popular singer and a vibrant activist who has made his mark in the entertainment industry both on the big screen and on the small screen.
Background and Early Life
Ezra Matthew Miller was born in Wyckoff, New Jersey, US, on the 30th of September 1992. The American actor is of mixed ethnicity with German, Ashkenazi Jewish, and Dutch heritage.
He grew up in the city of his birth along with his two older sisters Caitlin and Saiya. His mother, Marta Koch, was a professional dancer while his father, Robert S. Miller, worked with Hyperion books as senior vice president and managing director before moving on to Workman Publishing to become a publisher.
One thing about the young actor many people don’t know is that he is a trained opera singer. Ezra began training as an opera singer at the age of six to help him overcome his speech impediment.
For his education, the kid attended Rockland Country Day School but later changed to the Hudson School. He eventually dropped out before graduation after the release of his debut film Afterschool.
How He Accumulated His Net Worth
The actor got his career started in 2008 when he starred in the movie Afterschool. The next year, he made an appearance in City Island where he was cast as Vince Jr. In 2010, he appeared in two movies, Beware the Garcia and Every Day, both of which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Next, in 2011, he appeared as one of the lead characters in We Need To Talk About Kevin, where he played Kevin Khatchadourian, opposite Tilda Swinton and John C. Reilly. His haunting performance received critical acclaim and praise, putting him on the entertainment industry’s radar as an actor to take note of. The movie was based on a novel of the same name written in 2003 by Lionel Shriver.
The actor appeared in Trainwreck where he was portrayed as Donald, Madame Bovary as he played the role of Leon Dupuis and The Stanford Prison Experiment where he played Daniel Culp. The three films were all box office successes and Ezra Miller’s performances were highly appreciated by the viewing audience.
It was then announced that Ezra had landed the role of Barry Allen/The Flash and will appear in multiple movies in the DC Extended Universe. To that effect, he has appeared in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad (cameo appearance) and Justice League with more movies to come.
Other movies he has appeared in include The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016). He has also appeared in several television shows including Royal Pains and Californication. The accomplished actor is equally a singer and instrumentalist with the band – Sons of an Illustrious Father.
All of these endeavors and more have put Ezra Miller’s net worth at no less than $1 million. As he is still very active in the entertainment industry, his net worth is expected to experience a positive change in the nearest future.
Relationship Status and Sexuality
Ezra Miller identifies as a ‘queer’ man, it is important to note that while he is queer, he is not gay. The actor has said that he is attracted to both men and women. According to him, he has a lot of wonderful friends from both sexes and he is open to love wherever he finds it.
His name has been linked with that of a few ladies like Esther Wald, Lauren Nolting, and Zoe Kravitz. At one point, Ezra was engaged to Erin Urb, an American model. However, the actor is presently single and does not have a boyfriend or a girlfriend.
How Tall Is Miller?
Ezra Miller stands tall at 5 feet 11 inches and weighs 72 kg, which is fitting for his height. The handsome actor, who has dark brown eyes, wears a shoe size of 8 UK. His other body measurements are 30 inches for chest, 28 inches for waist and 12 inches for biceps.