Prison Break’ star, Wentworth Miller reveals he was diagnosed with autism

Prison Break’ star, Wentworth Miller reveals he was diagnosed with autism

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.

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