Fans of TV hottie Wentworth Miller won't want to miss the interview he gave recently to TV Guide magazine where he talks about his hit show, his (non-existent) love life, and what his plans are.
In the April 10-16 issue, the 4-page interview with the hunk de jour of "Prison Break" answered questions sent in to him via TVguide.com. Here are some outtakes:
How did you get the scar on your upper lip?
WM: "I can't remember a specific incident. I must have fallen on my face as a kid running up and down the streets of Brooklyn. I'm going to have to ask Mom about that one."
Do you see yourself settling down with a nice girl and having children?
WM: "Right now, my work comes first. I'm a workaholic, which is the sad truth of it. I did manage to go on a couple of dates over the past year, but I'm happiest when I'm on the set, so I really need to get all of that out of my system before I can really turn my attention to more personal matters."
When asked about your race, what do you tell people?
WM: "I say I'm of mixed race, and if they ask for specifics, I rattle off the details: My mother is Russian, French, Syrian, Lebanese and Dutch; my father is African-American, Jamaican, English, German, and part Cherokee."
What 'type' were you in school?
WM: "A lot of slashes: nerd/jock/artist/newspaer geek. I was many things, and so didn't really fit in anywhere."
What's on your iPod?
WM: "A lot of classical ... when I was in high school in the 80s, when I could have been listening to Poison and that kind of thing, my parents had strict rules, and I wasn't allowed to listen to music that had lyrics while I was doing my homework. So it was classical music or nothing. I think I missed out on a lot of stuff that my peers were into."
How do you feel about being a heartthrob?
WM: "It's neither here nor there. If it opens a few doors for me, I'm willing to go along on that ride."
Do you cook?
WM: "I can toast Poptarts. That's really about the extent of it. Actually, I do have one dish I can make - spaghetti with meat sauce. I thought I was so clever the day I decided to add a can of salsa to a jar of Prego to make a kind of Mexican-Italian Bolognese sauce. I thought it was great. My friends didn't agree."
This is only a portion of the lengthy interview. You can read the rest in TV guide.