Prison Break star, Wentworth Earl Miller has revealed he has been diagnosed with autism.
The 49-year-old movie star shared this on Instagram, noting that “access to a diagnosis is a privilege many do not enjoy,” admitting that his diagnosis was “a shock,” but “not a surprise.”
He also stated that he simply wants to share his news, and not become a “loud, ill-informed voice” in the autism community.
Miller was nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance in Prison Break, in which he played Michael Scofield, a man who deliberately sends himself to prison so as to break out his elder brother, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell), before his execution for a crime he did not commit.
He has also starred in The Flash, Madam Secretary and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Resident Evil.