Hello and welcome back to Wentworth (not recommended for viewers at risk for heart attack or stroke).Last week we met Bea Smith, our protagonist, who decided to act out a country song revenge fantasy on her abusive husband by murdering him with his own sedan.
The White Collar star, who came out as gay in a speech last February, was asked about the Prison Break actor's public reveal this week and told E! Perhaps he drew that elaborate body tattoo himself.
News: In a statement both subtle and substantive, Wentworth Miller came out as gay yesterday, writing a powerful letter to the head of a Russian film festival and condemning that nation for its anti-homosexual legislation. Newly discovered book excerpts reveal that Wentworth Miller, the star of Prison Break, had an impressive artistic run as a 19-year old English literature student at Princeton.
Bea Smith may be gone from Wentworth but Danielle Cormack's genuine love and enthusiasm for the show remains.
This, along with her warmth and humour, shone brightly throughout the 90 minutes we shared over a coffee and a chat recently.
'Wentworth's bold show of support sends a powerful message to LGBT Russians, who are facing extreme violence and persecution: you are not alone,' said GLAAD spokesperson Wilson Cruz in reference to the country's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.'As people from across the globe continue to speak out against Russia's horrific law, more celebrities and corporations should follow his courageous lead in openly condemning Russia's anti-LGBT law,' he added.
The 42-year old actor was spotted on the set of The Flash in Vancouver, with his hair still in it's buzz cut style but with grey speckled all over it as he filmed scenes for his role as Captain Cold in The CW superhero series.'Is there an actor you can think of that would be right for this part?
This pairing had been nothing more than a rumor, but the day these two spent together in Los Angeles over the weekend make it apparent they're more than mere friends.
He can't wait until he and Lincoln are home free in Mexico?
She's someone who has a different value system to her predecessors, and it's interesting to watch that conflict.
How does she act as Top Dog; how does she manage the other inmates within the prison walls but still stay true to her own value system? Has it been emotionally difficult playing a character as complex as Bea-one that has been on such a huge arc throughout the four seasons of Wentworth?
He wishes he could return to a life of art with his dad?