Eric Millegan is an American actor known for his roles on both television series and movies, such as Bones on Fox television and in movies The Phobic and Lady Peacock.
He is openly gay, having been honored as Out’s “Hottest Up-and-Coming Openly Gay Actor.” Currently he resides with Charles Michel as his partner.
Early Life and Education
As with many Virgos, 48-year-old actor Thomas Kretschmann possesses an insatiable desire for new experiences and adventures. He’s constantly searching for growth opportunities as well as meaningful conversations.
He graduated from Springfield High School and went on to obtain his B.F.A in Musical Theater from the University of Michigan. Additionally, he spent time as an Interlochen Arts Camp participant, where his passion for music and the arts flourished.
At first he made his acting debut in 2000 in a theater play of Jesus Christ Superstar before going on to star in Soda Pop and several TV shows like Law & Order: Criminal Intent, 100 Center Street and On_Line. Additionally he’s appeared in two feature films The Phobic and Lady Peacock and most recently played Frederic in Eugene Opera’s production of The Pirates of Penzance.
Eric Millegan made his acting debut in 2000 with the theater play Jesus Christ Superstar as an apostle, as well as appearing in Soda Pop and making his television debut with 100 Center Street and Law & Order: Criminal Intent and On Line respectively. Additionally he has appeared in movies like The Phobic, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Bones.
He is also an accomplished musician, having performed in musicals such as Oliver, Bye Bye Birdie, West Side Story, Hello Dolly and HMS Pinafore.
His Life Path Number of 9 signifies his constant search for new experiences, knowledge and deep conversations – hence, his passion for travel and exploration around the globe. Other hobbies he enjoys include singing, writing and volunteering at charities.
Achievement and Honors
Eric Millegan has made his mark in the acting world and earned himself an ever-growing fanbase. Additionally, he is generous with supporting aspiring actors through various theater programs and workshops he collaborates with.
Start acting career in 2000 in Jesus Christ Superstar as Apostle theater play and make his television and movie debuts later that same year with 100 Center Street series and On Line film respectively. He later went on to portray Zack Addy in Bones show while also featuring in movies such as The Phobic and Lady Peacock.
His personality type, INFP, describes his intuitiveness and creative vision while empathizing with deep empathy and depth of emotions. In addition, he has dedicated much of his time and effort to various causes such as LGBTQ rights and mental health awareness.
Eric Millegan is an award-winning American actor, theater artist and television personality best known for his portrayal of Zack Addy on the crime drama series Bones. Additionally he has appeared in multiple other movies and television shows as a result. A graduate from Springfield High School with a BA degree from University of Michigan.
Starting his theater productions since childhood, he has participated in multiple musicals and stage plays. In 2001 he made his film debut in 100 Centre Street as a guest star, then later appearing as himself in On Line and The Phobic.
He is openly gay, in a longstanding relationship, and an advocate for mental health issues like bipolar disorder.
Eric Millegan has earned an impressive sum through his acting career. Born Virgo, Millegan has made himself wealthy through appearing in multiple TV shows and movies such as the movie The Phobic (2006) with its $1 Million budget; as well as appearing on Bones on Fox as well as 100 Center Street, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Curb Your Enthusiasm among many others.
Millegan has also appeared in musicals and stage plays, becoming best-known for his performance as Apostle in 2000 Jesus Christ Superstar theater production. Since then, he has continued his acting journey and currently has many projects lined up that will help him expand his acting portfolio further.