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Fantastic Beasts' Star Ezra Miller Realized Monogamy Is Not for Him after Failed Relationships - Inside His Personal Life

Oyin Balogun
Apr 15, 2022
11:15 A.M.
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Ezra Miller experienced a series of heartbreaks and disappointments in his relationships. These days, the actor does not believe in monogamy. Here's a look inside their relationships.

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Ezra Miller is rising to become one of the most prolific actors of their generation. Despite being in their twenties, Miller boasts an impressive movie portfolio that includes playing in blockbusters such as "Flash."

Miller has been in show business since their teenage years. They made their acting debut in the 2008 drama film "Afterschool." Their role earned them a call up to the award-winning black comedy movie "Another Happy Day."

[Left] "Flash" Actor, Ezra Miller. [Right ] Actress Zoe Kravitz. | Source: Getty Images

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Miller was also cast in the highly-rated movie "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," alongside "Harry Potter" star Emma Watson. The 29-year-old's popularity continued to soar, and he was later deemed fit to take on a superhero role.

Miller went on to feature in a series of superhero films based on DC Comics characters. First, they made cameo appearances as "The Flash" and later clinched the leading role in "Justice League."

Ezra Miller attends the "Justice League" photocall at The College on November 4, 2017 | Source: Getty Images

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Since their teenage years, Miller has been a self-professed fan of the "Harry Potter" series. The actor got their dream when they were signed to play the role of Credence Barebone in the "Harry Potter" spin-off, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them."

They reprised their role in the 2018 film "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" as Credence Barebone, born Aurelius Dumbledore, an American half-blood wizard adopted by Mary Lou Barebone. Credence grew into a strong wizard after being made to suppress his magical identity.

CREDENCE IS A VITAL METAPHOR FOR THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY

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Playing Credence has been special for Miller. The actor believes their on-screen role is significant to many people, especially members of the LGBTQ community.

Miller, who identifies as queer, believes their role is a subtle metaphor for marginalized people in society. They hope their role will serve as a boost for people who long to be seen and admired for who they are.

MILLER'S RELATIONSHIP WITH ZOË KRAVITZ

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Being a talented actor, Miller has often been pitched alongside their co-stars. They were rumored to have been in a relationship with their "Beware the Gonze" co-star Zoë Kravitz.

The duo's on-screen chemistry was a highlight of the movie, and fans anticipated that they were something more than just co-stars. However, both stars later revealed their chemistry on-screen, metamorphosed into a real-life friendship.

MILLER DOESN'T BELIEVE IN MONOGAMY

Actor Ezra Miller attends the Apple Store Soho presentation of Meet the Cast: "Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them" at Apple Store Soho on November 9, 2016 | Source: Getty Images

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Miller prefers to identify as a human rather than a man or a woman. However, the actor doesn't like to box their sexual adventures to a single partner and reveals that they have a polyamorous squad of sexual partners.

A series of heartbreaks and failed relationships led the actor to ditch monogamy in favor of a sex group called a "polycule."

Actor Ezra Miller attends the Los Angeles Premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Justice League" at Dolby Theatre on November 13, 2017 | Source: Getty Images

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The group features people they have met over time and close buddies. Speaking to Playboy Magazine about the group, they said:

"I'm trying to find queer beings who understand me as a queer being off the bat, who I make almost a familial connection with, and I feel like I'm married to them 25 lifetimes ago from the moment we meet."

Ezra Miller attends the 2020 Grammy after party hosted by Universal Music Group on January 26, 2020 | Source: Getty Images

During a chat with The Hollywood Reporter on their 95-acre farm in Vermont, Miller outlined the qualities they wanted in a sexual partner, noting that they wanted a "rooster" kind of man.

Miller's openness about their sexuality has encouraged members of the LGBTQ community, which has been a source of joy for the young film star

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