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Ezra Miller Biograph, Age, Early Life, Career, Education, Family, Movies, Awards, Achievement, Net Worth, Personal Life, Social Median, Controversies

Ezra Miller Biography

American actor Ezra Matthew Miller was born on September 30, 1992. Following the dramas We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011) and The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012), they made their[a] feature film debut with Afterschool (2008).

Miller plays Credence Barebone in the Fantastic Beasts fantasy movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016), Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018), and Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (2022), following a minor part in the comedy Trainwreck (2015). They played a recurrent character on the miniseries The Stand in 2020. In the DC Extended Universe, Miller portrayed the Flash in the movies Justice League (2017) and The Flash (2023), among others.

Miller’s off-screen life has been tainted by numerous scandals and legal problems. They have been charged with assault, burglary, disorderly behavior, harassment, and grooming of juveniles since 2022, leading to numerous well reported arrests, tickets, and restraining orders.

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Ezra Miller Early life

Miller Ezra Matthew was born on September 30, 1992, in Wyckoff, New Jersey. They have two older sisters, Saiya and Caitlin, who are both named. Marta Miller (née Koch), their mother, performs modern dance. Their father, Robert S. Miller, was a publisher at Workman Publishing before serving as senior vice president and managing director of Hyperion Books. Miller’s mother is of German and Dutch ancestry, while their father is Jewish. Miller describes himself as “spiritual” and Jewish.

They began training as an opera singer when they were six years old in order to get over their speech problem, stuttering. They have performed in the American premiere of Philip Glass’ opera White Raven and have sung with the Metropolitan Opera. Miller dropped out of The Hudson School and Rockland Country Day School at the age of 16 following the publication of the movie Afterschool.

Ezra Miller Career

Miller’s acting career began in 2008 with Antonio Campos’ Afterschool, in which he played a boarding school student who accidently recorded two of his classmates’ drug-related deaths and was subsequently required to create a memorial video. They starred in City Island the next year alongside Andy Garca, Julianna Margulies, and Steven Strait. Miller starred in the 2010 movies Beware the Gonzo and Every Day, both of which had their world premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival. Next, they starred opposite Tilda Swinton and John C. Reilly in the BBC Films drama We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011), which Lynne Ramsay adapted from American novelist Lionel Shriver’s 2003 novel of the same name.

Miller portrayed Damien on the popular Showtime comedy series Californication. After that, they played Tucker Bryant for two seasons on Royal Pains. Miller played Patrick in the 2012 movie version of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which also starred Logan Lerman and Emma Watson.

As early as 2011, Miller was listed as singing, playing drums, and playing percussion on Sons of an Illustrious Father music albums. Josh Aubin (bass, keyboards, guitar, vocals), Miller, and Lilah Larson make up the trio that makes up the group. Miller had an appearance in the music video for the band’s cover of the Pussycat Dolls song “Don’t Cha” that was released in 2019.

Miller portrayed Credence Barebone in the 2016 Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. They returned to the part in both the November 2018 release of the film’s sequel, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and the April 2022 release of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore.

Miller plays Barry Allen in the DC Comics adaptations made by Warner Bros. He originally made appearances in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, and he reprises the role as one of the main characters in Justice League. In the stand-alone movie The Flash, which was released in 2023, they portrayed the role. Miller, who played their character in the Justice League movie based on the DC Comics series, attended the Middle East Film and Comic Con in 2018. They took up the role of the Flash again in 2020 for a brief cameo in the Crisis on Infinite Earths Arrowverse crossover.

Miller played Trashcan Man in The Stand, a Paramount+ television miniseries based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, which premiered in December 2020.

Ezra Miller Personal life

Miller and Zo Kravitz, who both appear in Beware the Gonzo, were dating in 2010. when starting to date Erin in 2016, Miller later got engaged to her, but they broke it off when a spiritual advisor dubbed her a “parasite.”

Miller came out as queer in 2012, though they later said they shied away from the term. In 2018, they had added, “Queer just means no, I don’t do that. I don’t consider myself a man. I don’t consider myself a woman. I hardly recognize myself as a human. Miller employs the pronouns they/them, which GQ described as “a pointed refusal to be gendered” in 2020. They previously interchanged all pronouns[39][40], but as of 2022, they use the pronouns they/them, it, and zir.

Miller admitted that while having a history of “kissing boys” interests, “the way I would choose to identify myself wouldn’t be gay. I’ve been drawn to’shes’ primarily, although I’ve dated a variety of people and am open to any kind of love. Having “a lot of really wonderful friends who are of very different sexes and genders,” Miller added, was another observation. I have a deep love for nobody in particular.

Miller expressed sympathy for the #MeToo movement in 2018 and shared a personal story involving an unknown Hollywood producer and director: “They gave me drink and I was underage. Hey, want to be in our film about the homosexual revolution? they asked. And I said, “You guys are monsters,” in response. Miller revealed later that year that they had several partners, including their bandmates in the rock group Sons of an Illustrious Father.

Miller’s mental health started to deteriorate when their parents’ divorced in 2019, yet their representative denied that the divorce was to blame. Miller, according to Insider, started traveling in early 2022 while wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying at least one pistol due to concerns that they were being followed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Ku Klux Klan. The bulletproof vest that Miller and Tokata Iron Eyes wore was later described as “a fashionable safety measure in response to actual attacks and received death threats” by Miller’s partner.

Miller published a video on Instagram on January 27, 2022, that appeared to threaten KKK members in Beulaville, North Carolina. The Southern Poverty Law Center responded that it was unaware of any recent Klan activity in Beulaville.

Miller apologized for their previous actions in a statement provided to Variety on August 15, 2022, claiming that they had just “gone through a time of intense crisis” and had started receiving therapy for “complex mental health issues”. Others were cited in a September 2022 Vanity Fair article as suggesting Miller had made claims about being Jesus, the Devil, and the Next Messiah. Additionally, it said that they believed their association with Iron Eyes would herald the end of the world and that Freemasons were dispatching demons to assassinate them.

Ezra Miller Controversies and legal issues

Disorderly conduct

Miller was a passenger in a car that was stopped in Pittsburgh on June 28, 2011, while The Perks of Being a Wallflower was being filmed, for a broken brake light. Police found 20 grams of marijuana in Miller’s possession. The actor was first accused of possessing drugs, but the judge eventually dismissed the accusation. Instead, they were given two citations for disorderly conduct, each carrying a fine of $600.I don’t feel like there’s any need to hide the fact that I smoke marijuana,  later observed. It is a safe herbal medication that enhances sensory enjoyment.

Strangling incident

On April 6, 2020, a since-deleted tweet contained a video that claimed to show Miller strangling and knocking over a woman. Variety verified that the video was shot in Priki Kaffih’s, a bar in Reykjavk, Iceland, which Miller frequents when he is there. Miller was recognized in the video by a bar employee, and after the altercation, staff removed Miller out of the establishment.

Miller’s agent asserted in September 2022 that the alleged strangulation was a “spontaneous reaction” sparked by “a group of teenagers” ridiculing Miller over their mixed martial arts prowess, and that they “went at her collarbone” rather than strangling the woman.

Hawaii incidents

Miller landed in Hawaii around the beginning of March 2022. Miller was the target of ten calls to the police from March 7 through March 28 due to a variety of insignificant events, including recording individuals at a gas station, lingering on a restaurant’s sidewalk, and yelling at customers. Miller apparently met the couple at a farmer’s market and eventually accepted their invitation to live with them in a Hilo hostel.

On March 28, Miller was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment after being detained in Hilo after getting into a physical argument with customers at a karaoke club, according to the police. Miller later claimed that they were “accosted by a Nazi,” but Hawaii Police Assistant Chief Kenneth Quiocho said that Miller’s anger was brought on by customers singing the song “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Miller asserted that he recorded the encounter in order to utilize it for “NFT crypto art.” Miller claimed that they were being “unlawfully persecuted” during their arrest, and after police mistook them for one another, he charged the cops with a hate crime.

After they allegedly threatened the couple and stole the wife’s passport and the husband’s wallet, the couple Miller was lodging with at the hostel was granted a temporary restraining order against Miller three days later. The event, according to the couple, happened the same night that Miller was arrested at the karaoke bar, just a few hours after the husband paid Miller’s $500 bond to get her out of jail. According to the claim, Miller entered the couple’s bedroom and said, “I will bury you and your slut wife.” Miller and a companion left Hilo shortly after to stay in Volcano, Hawaii. Later, on April 11, the couple withdrew their request for the order.

On April 19, Miller was detained once more in Phoa by Leilani Estates Subdivision police officers for second-degree assault. Midi Libre claims that after being asked to leave at a private gathering, they were detained for hurling a chair that struck a 26-year-old woman and caused a half-inch cut on her forehead. Twenty minutes after the assault, Miller was taken into custody in Kea’au during a traffic stop.[60][61] Judge Kanani Laubach imposed a $500 punishment for disorderly conduct on Miller after he entered a no contest plea to the karaoke incident a few hours after this second arrest.

Ezra Miller Relationship with Tokata Iron Eyes

On behalf of 18-year-old activist Tokata Iron Eyes, the Standing Rock Sioux tribal court issued a temporary order of protection against Miller in June 2022. Because of Miller’s alleged use of “violence, intimidation, threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs” to control their kid, the girl’s parents, Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle, asked the court for the order. Iron Eyes flew to London in 2017 to see Miller while he was filming The Crimes of Grindelwald, continuing a connection that started in 2016 when Miller was 23 and Iron Eyes was 12.

Her parents assume Iron Eyes dropped out of school in 2021 in order to follow Miller. In court records, her parents also claimed that Miller had abused and groomed their daughter, causing bruises on her body. Later, Iron Eyes’ parents’ accusations were refuted by text and video comments uploaded on the Instagram account thought to be hers; nevertheless, the parents retaliated by asserting that their child had no authority over the social media account in question. Iron Eyes claimed in the video clip that she made the decision to go without a phone on her own.

At first, law enforcement was unable to track down Miller to deliver the order to him. Miller afterwards made jokes about the court’s search for them in messages that have since been deleted on their Instagram account. Later, Iron Eyes’ parents tried to have Miller placed under a permanent order of protection, but they were unsuccessful. They also renounced their demand for Iron Eyes’ custody.

Oliver Ignatius, a former member of Miller’s band, claimed in August that he had seen Miller viciously assault Iron Eyes for wearing makeup. Iron Eyes defended Miller by describing the incident as “a catty comment” and a part of “queer dialogue”; she termed the abuse claim “homophobic”. Miller claimed that criticism of their relationship with Iron Eyes came from the perspective that she is “an apocalyptic Native American spider goddess” who, along with Miller as Jesus Christ, will bring about an Indigenous revolution, according to a former resident of Miller’s property in Vermont.

Although Miller does not have Indigenous origin and is the only one making this claim, Miller is said to refer to themself as a Messiah to Native Americans. According to an Indigenous insider questioned by Vanity Fair, Miller “professes that he walks through this world with an Indigenous humility and spiritual awareness.” ‘In actuality, though, he doesn’t at all. since he doesn’t give a damn

Ezra Miller Harassment allegations

On June 16, 2022, a Massachusetts mother and her 12-year-old child won a temporary harassment prevention order against Miller after claiming that Miller had made threats against their family and behaved inappropriately toward the child. Miller, who was initially visiting a friend, allegedly barged into the family’s home unannouncedly while wearing a bulletproof vest and wielding a gun before “pestering” the youngster by “uncomfortably” stroking the child’s hips, according to the mother, child, and a neighbor.

According to the mother of the child, Miller has known the family since February. He expressed interest in the youngster due to their “style and maturity level” and made an offer to launch a clothing line with them and pay for their tuition at a design school. Additionally, the mother claimed that Miller believed the kid to be a strong “mystical being” who “would be lucky to have Ezra to guide and protect them.” The mother said that Miller attempted to purchase horses for the youngster shortly before the order was issued in June by showing up at the family’s home dressed as a cowboy.

On June 30, 2023, the order was revoked and no charges were brought against anyone. Miller’s attorney Marissa Elkins claimed that all interactions with the child were started by the mother, that they never had the child to themselves, and that they only interacted with the child twice for a brief period of time in front of other grownups. They were unable to appear in court to defend themselves when the order was granted, and she further denied that Miller had displayed a pistol.

Ezra Miller Vermont farm incidents

According to Rolling Stone, since mid-April 2022, Miller has been hosting a woman and her three children who they met in Hilo, Hawaii, on his property in Stamford, Vermont. Allegations have been made by both unnamed and named individuals, as well as the father of the children, that the one-year-old put a loose bullet in her mouth and that the children, who range in age from one to five, had easy access to firearms and ammunition. The woman stated that Miller was providing them with protection from her abusive ex-husband.

A witness stated that he “saw Miller blow marijuana smoke in the baby’s face and use their arm to waft more smoke in the baby’s direction.” Other allegations include assault rifles being propped up on stacks of the kids’ stuffed animals and “heavy marijuana use” where people smoked marijuana in front of the kids in rooms without proper ventilation. Miller has been operating a big, illegal marijuana cultivation enterprise, according to Rolling Stone.

At Miller’s home over the course of the weekend of August 6, 2022, Vermont State Police “repeatedly attempted to serve the mother an emergency care order that demanded the children’s removal from her care and the home over fear for their safety… based on a [Department for Children and Families (DCF)] caseworker’s affidavit, the State Attorney’s office had requested two emergency care orders over the course of the past week that sought to transfer legal custody of the children

Social workers and police were unable to find the mother or the kids. Miller reportedly informed authorities that the woman and her kids have not been residing there “for the past two months.” In her affidavit to the court, the DCF caseworker contradicted Miller by presenting proof that, up until late July 2022, the lady had been consistently sharing pictures on social media that show she was residing with Miller. Miller’s statement, according to the Vermont State Attorney’s office, “seemed like an attempt to ‘evade service'” of the order.

Ezra Miller Burglary charge

According to Vermont State Police, Miller was charged with felony burglary on August 7, 2022 in Stamford, Vermont, for what the police report described as the theft of alcohol bottles from a private residence in May 2022. Miller was recognized by police using video surveillance footage, the paper said. On September 26, 2022, Miller was scheduled to be charged in court. The residence is owned by a former childhood friend of Miller’s, and a week before the scheduled arraignment date, a spokesperson for Miller said that Miller thought they were welcome to access the home to collect rice wine for cooking.

Later, the arraignment was postponed until October 17, 2022.On that day, Miller remotely appeared in court and entered a not guilty plea to the accusations. On January 13, 2023, the next hearing in this matter was slated to take place. They admitted to trespassing on January 12, 2023, which resulted in the dismissal of the burglary allegation. Miller’s trespassing plea was accepted by the court on January 13, 2023.

Where is Ezra Miller originally from?

Wyckoff is a township in the American state of New Jersey’s Bergen County. The township’s population was 16,585 as of the 2020 United States Census, down 111 from the 16,696 counted in the 2010 census, which itself represented a rise of 188 from the 16,508 people counted in the 2000 census.

How much money does Ezra Miller have?

How much money does Ezra Miller make? According to Celebrity Net Worth, Ezra Miller has a net worth of roughly $4 million. The Millers, who were born in Wyckoff, New Jersey, were raised by their mother Marta, a modern dancer, and their parents, Robert S. Miller, senior vice president and managing director of Hyperion Books.

Does Ezra Miller wear makeup?

Makeup plays a significant role on our performance, he claims. It’s a lot to ask of people to be ready for the possibility of getting glitter on them, in my opinion. Miller frequently sports one distinctive cosmetics product in photo shoots and on red carpets.

Why did The Flash fail?

Before Andy Muschietti took over as director, The Flash underwent a turbulent production process. Furthermore, the star Ezra Miller’s issues caused bad press for the movie because they weren’t participating in its promotion and only made a fleeting appearance at the red carpet premiere.

How much did The Flash movie cost?

Despite having a $200–220 million production budget, the movie only made $262 million worldwide. Warner Bros. is expected to lose up to $200 million as a result.

Why is Ezra Miller so popular?

The role of the Flash in the DC Extended Universe superhero films made Ezra Miller famous. They are also well-known for their parts in the films “Fantastic Beasts” and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.”

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