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Spotlight/ Shoutout: Eric Millegan


So in this day and age it is hard to find people that are rather exceptional. That is why Eric Millegan earns the s/s for this week.

You may have seen him on “Bones,” and you may have seen his traveling cabaret show.

But Eric Millegan does far more than act.

He has been an open homosexual, and not only that he has come out three times.

1. homosexuality
2. About his Age
3. For his mental illness

As for his age, Eric Millegan is 35, and he looks like he is 19ish. But he even stated he had to come out with his age and admit that he is older than he looks. Much more courageous, than that goomba mcgoomba, Jason Earles from Hannah Montana, who refuses to admit that he’s 33.

But now Eric Millegan is an open advocate for Mental Illness Awareness, Eric has bipolar disorder, but he does not let it get him down anymore. As an actor, he has made it onto many network television shows, but he has been battling mental illness the whole time.

Eric now has a series of youtube videos explaining what it’s like having bipolar disorder. I would recommend watching them. Whether you have bipolar disorder or not, they’re rather inspirational.

QATFYG: Does he look 35? And I apologize for tech difficulties earlier, such as losing my Jason Earles pic.

Comments

  1. Sorry to be annoying, but I think you made an error. I just want to make sure it is an error to understand your point. The sentence in question is, "But he even stated he had to come out with his age and admit that he is younger than he looks." I think you mean to day "that he is" older instead of younger "than he looks."

    He does look younger than mid 30s, but I think he doesn't look 19, possibly mid to late 20s. Also, he looks much older than he did in the past.

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  2. He was pretty good on Bones, but I prefer John Francis Daily to him. (Sweets > Zach, obviously.)

    I will say-- 35?!?! Holy crap. The man looks like he's a college student.

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  3. well blank,

    that was what i wanted to do! just to see if you were paying attention.

    And at least Eric is open about his age, whereas Jason Earles had to forge his resume saying he was 8 years younger than he really is. o and blank, do yo see where i made a mistake this time?

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  4. Adam~

    I do miss Zack on bones tho, and it's not a recent pic. It's prolly 3 years old, but it's still from his early 30's.

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