TV - Movies
The Untold
Truth Of
Ezra Miller
Miller began training as an opera singer at the age of six to help overcome a speech impediment. They progressed rapidly, eventually joining the children's choir at the Metropolitan Opera which helped Miller realize their passion for performance.
a trained opera singer
They began acting in various television shorts before landing the lead role in "Afterschool" which showcased their ability to perform dark roles. Miller was 16 at the time of the film's release and dropped out of an elite private school to continue pursuing acting.
started acting early
Miller's coming of age story included a very intimate conversation with Playboy Magazine when they were 26 years old. The interview touched on sexuality, the importance of sexual relationships, and the different traumas of Hollywood — which brought the interviewer to tears.
posed for Playboy
Miller also told Playboy Magazine that they've chosen to pursue polyamorous relationships rather than monogamy. Miller is involved in a group relationship or "polycule," a term that refers to a group of sexual partners that equally participate in the relationship.
doesn't practice monogamy
In addition to acting, Miller continues to sing and make music with their band, Sons of an Illustrious Father. The band, which includes Lilah Larson, and Josh Aubin, has released two albums, multiple EPs, and has over 22,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.
in a band
In light of their recent scandals, Miller not only has to worry about their public perception — they also have to consider how their string of arrests will affect their successful career. According to an anonymous source, any future projects that involve Miller have been indefinitely paused.
Their recent behavior