Playing disturbed teens seems to suit Ezra Miller well. Hailed for his performance in the indie flick We Need to Talk About Kevin, the actor's resume makes him the go-to guy for roles based on compulsive, violent, depressed youth. At eight years old, an innocent Miller performed in Phillip Glass' White Raven, but his opera career ended with puberty. Fortunately, music is still in his veins. His band Sons of an Illustrious Father released its second album in 2011. Miller's next film, the adaptation of the beloved Stephen Chbosky book The Perks of Being a Wallflower, has yet to receive a release date.