Ezra Miller

Ezra Miller

Highest Rated: 86% The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

Lowest Rated: 26% Suicide Squad (2016)

Birthday: Sep 30, 1992

Birthplace: Hoboken, New Jersey, USA

Ezra Miller made a career convincingly portraying tormented characters who harbored dark secrets, and had an unfathomable capacity to inflict pain on others as he did in the critically acclaimed drama "We Need to Talk About Kevin" (2011). Yet, he also showcased his range by playing an ultra-cool, extroverted teenager in the indie darling, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" (2012). Miller first made waves on the independent film circuit, beginning with a featured role in "Afterschool" (2008), followed by a string of appearances in indies like "Beware the Gonzo" (2010) and "Every Day" (2010). But it was not until he starred in the chilling drama "We Need to Talk About Kevin" as a teen psychopath who commits a Columbine-like mass murder that Miller truly caught the industry's attention. He continued to make inroads in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," where critics and audiences alike raved about his portrayal of an outgoing and benevolent teenager who helps a shy freshman overcome his insecurities. Undeniably, Miller's performances in both films not only proved his versatility but it also furthered his image as a Hollywood star on the rise.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Flash Barry Allen/The Flash (Character) - 2022
No Score Yet No Score Yet Zack Snyder's Justice League The Flash/Barry Allen (Character) - 2021
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ihmeotukset: Grindelwaldin rikokset Unknown (Character) - 2018
36% 54% Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Credence Barebone (Character) $159.4M 2018
40% 71% Justice League The Flash/Barry Allen (Character) $227M 2017
26% 59% Suicide Squad The Flash (Character) - 2016
74% 79% Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Credence Barebone (Character) $234M 2016
84% 75% The Stanford Prison Experiment Daniel Culp - Prisoner 8612 (Character) $643.6K 2015
85% 66% Trainwreck Donald (Character) - 2015
43% 26% Madame Bovary Leon (Character) $44.2K 2014
86% 89% The Perks of Being a Wallflower Patrick (Character) $17.7M 2012
46% 44% Another Happy Day Elliot (Character) $9.1K 2011
75% 78% We Need to Talk About Kevin Kevin (Teenager) (Character) $487.1K 2011
44% 47% Beware the Gonzo Eddie 'Gonzo' Gilman (Character) - 2010
34% 24% Every Day Jonah (Character) - 2010
82% 79% City Island Vinnie Rizzo (Character) $6.7M 2009
80% 48% Afterschool Robert (Character) $2.6K 2008

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entertainment Studios.TV Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Today's Take Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet etalk Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2012
94% 74% Royal Pains Tucker Bryant (Guest Star) 2009-2010
78% 93% Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Ethan Morse (Guest Star) 2009
57% 77% Californication Unknown (Guest Star) 2008

QUOTES FROM Ezra Miller CHARACTERS

Daniel Culp says: this is all real. They won't let you go! They won't let us leave!

Daniel Culp says: This is all real. They won't let you go! They won't let us leave!

Patrick says: You see things. You keep quiet about them. And you understand. You're a wallflower.

Eva says: Why?

Kevin says: I used to think I knew. Now I'm not so sure.

Patrick says: Either you call me Patrick or nothing.

Patrick says: Woo! C minus baby! I am below average!

Sam says: Below average!

Patrick says: You see things. You understand. You're a wallflower.

Patrick says: I'll tell you Sam, this one is tough. I have received a harmonica, a magnetic poetry set, a book about Harvey Milk, and a mix tape with the song Asleep on it twice. I mean, I have no idea. This collection of presents are so gay that I think I must have given them to myself. Despite that distinct possibility, I'm going to have to go with... DRUM ROLL. Charlie! Obviously!

Patrick says: I'll tell you Sam, this one is tough. I have received a harmonica, a magnetic poetry set, a book about Harvey Milk, and a mix tape with the song Asleep on it twice. I mean, I have no idea. This collection of presents are so gay that I think I must have given them to myself. Despite that distinct possibility, I'm going to have to go with, drum roll, Charlie! Obviously!

Mr. Callahan says: Nothing, why don't you read first?

Patrick says: Alright, Chapter 1: Surviving your fascist shop teacher who needs to put kids down to feel big. Oh wow! This is useful guys, we should read on!

Charlie says: I really wanna be a writer but I don't know what I'd write about.

Sam says: You can write about us.

Patrick says: Call it 'The slut and the falcon' make us solve crimes

Patrick says: Call it 'The Slut and the Falcon' make us solve crimes

Patrick says: My turn! Let's see. Let's think... Charlie

Patrick says: My turn! Let's see. Let's think... Charlie.

Charlie says: Truth

Charlie says: Truth.

Patrick says: How's your first relationship going?

Charlie says: It's so bad, that I keep fantasizing that one of us is dying of cancer, so that I don't have to break up with her

Charlie says: It's so bad, that I keep fantasizing that one of us is dying of cancer, so that I don't have to break up with her.

Patrick says: Charlie, I dare you to kiss the prettiest girl in the room on the lips. And notice, I deliberately said girl and not person cause, let's face it, I'd smoke all of you bitces!

Patrick says: Call it slut and the falcon.

Patrick says: So hows your first relationship going?

Charlie says: It's so bad that sometimes I fantasize that one of us is dying of cancer.

Kevin says: Have I ever been?

Patrick says: Why don't I tell them how you got those bruises?

Patrick says: Do you want me to tell them how you got those bruises?

Patrick says: Let's raise our glasses to Charlie.

Charlie says: What did I do?

Patrick says: You didn't do anything. We just want to toast our new friend. You see things and you understand. Your a a wallflower. . .What is it what's wrong?

Patrick says: You didn't do anything. We just want to toast our new friend. You see things and you understand. Your a a wallflower... What is it what's wrong?

Charlie says: I didn't think anyone noticed me.

Patrick says: Well we didn't think there was anyone cool left to meet. To Charlie.

Sam says: Welcome to the island of misfit toys.

Patrick says: You could write about us. Call it Slut and the Falcon, make us solve crimes.

Patrick says: Mary Elizabeth, why are you trying to eat Christmas!

Patrick says: "BE AGGRESSIVE, PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE!"

Patrick says: BE AGGRESSIVE, PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE!

Patrick says: Suck it virginity pledges! Suck—it.

Patrick says: Suck it, virginity pledges, suck it!

Patrick says: Fail me and you get me next semester.

Patrick says: If you fail me, you'll get me next semester.

Eva says: Two years. Plenty of time to think about it. I want you to tell me ... why?

Eva says: Two years. Plenty of time to think about it. I want you to tell me... why?

Kevin says: I used to think I knew. Now I'm not so sure.

Kevin says: It's like this: you wake and watch TV, get in your car and listen to the radio you go to your little jobs or little school, but you don't hear about that on the 6 o'clock news, why? 'Cause nothing is really happening, and you go home and watch some more TV and maybe it's a fun night and you go out and watch a movie. I mean it's got so bad that half the people on TV, inside the TV, they're watching TV. What are these people watching, people like me?

Kevin says: I am the context.

Eva says: Why would you have something like that?

Kevin says: I collect them.

Eva says: Isn't that a weird thing to collect?

Kevin says: Unlike stamps.

Eva says: Well, what's the point?

Kevin says: There is no point. That's the point.

Eva says: Why would you have something like that?

Kevin says: I collect them.

Kevin (Teenager) says: I collect them.

Eva says: Isn't that a weird thing to collect?

Kevin says: Unlike stamps.

Kevin (Teenager) says: Unlike stamps.

Eva says: Well, what's the point?

Franklin says: There is no point. That's the point.

Kevin (Teenager) says: There is no point. That's the point.

Franklin says: Hey, Kev. Listen buddy, it's easy to misunderstand something when you hear it out of context.

Kevin says: Why would I not understand the context? I am the context.

Eva says: You just can't get uncomfortable enough can you?

Kevin says: Uncomfortable? With my own mother?

Kevin says: It's like this: you wake and watch TV, get in your car and listen to the radio you go to your little jobs or little school, but you don't hear about that on the 6 o'clock news, why? 'Cause nothing is really happening, and you go home and watch some more TV and maybe it's a fun night and you go out and watch a movie. I mean it's got so bad that half the people on TV, inside the TV, they're watching TV. What are these people watching, people like me?

Elliott says: Death is actually a more unifying force within family than love. And that's a mind-blowing concept.

Kevin says: The question is not why he did it, the question is why would anyone make this movie?

Franklin says: Hey, Kev. Listen, buddy, it's easy to misunderstand something when you hear it out of context.

Kevin says: Why would I not understand the context? I am the context!

Kevin says: Just because you are used to something doesn't mean you like it.

Elliot says: Something happened. We thought he was dead! We have it on camera.