He made his screenwriting debut with the 2013 thriller film Stoker.
In 2014, he began playing Leonard Snart / Captain Cold in a recurring role on The CW series The Flash before becoming a series regular on the spin-off Legends of Tomorrow.
His performance in the show earned him a 2005 Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series.
The show was finished in 2009 after four seasons, but a new nine-episode fifth season was released April 4, 2017 with Miller reprising his role.
Regarding his decision to come out after years of speculation in the press regarding his sexuality, Macfarlane said: I don’t know what will happen professionally … Miller has yet to reveal if he’s dating Macfarlane or anyone in particular at the moment.
that is the fear, but I guess I can’t really be concerned about what will happen, because it’s my truth. You can read his ‘coming out’ letter sent Wednesday to the St.
Petersburg International Film Fest, declining to participate because of Russia’s anti-LGBT laws.
“I am deeply troubled by the current attitude toward and treatment of gay men and women by the Russian government,” Miller wrote.
Let them decide to come out on their own terms when they are ready.
I needed it like I needed air, it was just something I had to do." Miller's first TV appearance was as student-turned-sea monster Gage Petronzi on Buffy the Vampire Slayer ("Go Fish", 1998).
Miller's first starring role was in 2002 as the sensitive, introverted David Scott in ABC's mini-series Dinotopia.
Miller appeared in two Mariah Carey music videos, "It's Like That" as a party guest and "We Belong Together" as her love interest.
Director Brett Ratner, who directed the pilot episode of Prison Break, was also signed on to direct the two Carey videos.