You may have noticed Wentworth Miller wandering down Oxford Street this week, as he is in town promoting Prison Break. After the harbour CRUISE Wentworth is heading down to Melbourne to visit his sister. Who knows he may enjoy a post cruise dance at Arq?
So the Prison Break star, in town on a promotional tour, can be forgiven for calling it a blend between civilisation and wilderness.
“I wish I could stay longer,” Miller said in Sydney. “My impression (of Australia) is … this cool civilisation sort of perched on the edge of shark-infested waters and scorpion-filled deserts. It’s got this great kind of mixture between civilisation and wilderness.”
Already given the full tourist treatment, Miller has travelled Victoria’s Great Ocean Rd, spotted koalas and cruised Sydney Harbour on a whirlwind visit to the nation’s two biggest cities. But the hunky star refused to enter the traditional debate over which city gets his vote.
“I was in Melbourne for three days,” he said. “I didn’t really stay long enough in either one to make an assessment.”
Miller said he’d formed a strong relationship with his on-screen brother, Aussie actor Dominic Purcell, who left Perth to make his home in Los Angeles.
“If you don’t buy that there’s that fraternal bond, which is central to the story, the whole thing falls apart,” he said.
“He’s like every kid’s fantasy of what every big brother should be. Tall, big, large and willing to kick arse if necessary.”
Prison Break; Season Two will be back on Channel Seven in coming next year.