Wentworth Miller

Went for a walk the other day and got caught in the rain. Even though I had an umbrella with me, it was refreshing to get wet. And when I looked up into the sky, I enjoyed the beauty of twin rainbows. πŸ™‚

Look who has walk in.

Wentworth Miller. So let’s begin. πŸ™‚

1) You have written two scripts, Stoker and Uncle Charlie under the pseudonym Ted Foulke, which is harder, creating a character or characters from scratch that you hope others will enjoy, or “bringing to life” a character created by someone else that you as an actor have to convince not only the writer but the viewer that you’re suited for the role?

2) Is Michael Scofield your most memorable role and the one you wish to be remember by?

3) Everyone deserves the right to their privacy, but is privacy duplicitous sometimes? It’s call upon when a person doesn’t want to be pester and then set aside for whatever reason(s)?

4) In The Human Stain, you played a character ashamed and afraid of who he was and therefore pretended to be someone else. Are people afraid and ashamed to be who they are sometimes? Was shooting your new movie Resident Evil: Afterlife fun and taxing on the body?

5) If the world had a soundtrack, what would be some of its songs?

Thank you.

So until next time, ave atque vale


2 Responses to Wentworth Miller

  1. Germaine says:

    i dont get it… are you going to interview Wentworth for real, or are you putting up questions, hoping he’ll come here, read them and answer? LOL!

  2. Virgo Reed says:

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting. πŸ™‚

    It makes no difference if he comes or not. πŸ™‚

    I’ve always been a curious person, love asking questions, and these are a few that I have on my mind. Better to have them out somewhere than in my head. πŸ˜†

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