Wentworth Miller shared his autism diagnosis in a heartfelt post on social media on Tuesday.
The “jail break” star has arrived Instagram One year since he received his “Informal Autism Diagnosis, First Self-Diagnosis, Then Formal Diagnosis.” He called it “a long, arduous process in need of updating.”
“Like everyone else, life in quarantine took things away from me. But in silence / loneliness, I received unexpected gifts,” he began his long post.
“IMO. I’m a middle-aged man. Not 5 years old. And (it’s a” both / and “) I admit that access to diagnosis doesn’t enjoy a lot of privileges,” he said. They just say it was a shock, but not surprisingly. “
The “Legends of Tomorrow” actor admitted that he “doesn’t know enough about autism.” He is taking things slowly though and now he is trying to blow his mind about it.
“Re-examining 5 decades of living experience through a new lens. It will take time. Meanwhile, I do not want to risk a sudden loud noise in the room. It’s been a long time coming. It has been talked about. I do not want to incur additional losses. Just to raise my hand, I say, I’m here. .
The 49-year-old Canadian said he did not want to change his assessment because it has been central to who he is and what he has achieved. He also thanked those who “intentionally or unintentionally” gave him “extra value + extra space” over the years and “let him walk in the world in a way that made sense” Or not. For them too He closed his message with “Another Gift” and his initial WM
Miller rarely happens on social media, but when he does, it’s about something relevant. happens. Like in November last year, he spoke out against the online bullying of the LGBTQ community. He also confirmed that he would not repeat Michael Schofield’s role in “Prison Break” because he was playing a straightforward role as a homosexual.