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Ezra Miller Played One Other Comic Book Character You Likely Didn't Know Existed

To close out 2016's "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice," DC fans got the tease of a lifetime. After teaming with Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) to defeat Doomsday, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) opens a digital folder sent to her by the former. When she opens it, not only does she find an old picture of herself from World War I, but a handful of files highlighting metahumans who can help fight future extraterrestrial threats now that Superman is dead. With that, fans could rest assured that the Justice League was coming to the movies.

Along with Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher), this scene gave audiences their first look at Ezra Miller's version of Flash. Their take on Barry Allen would go on to appear in both cuts of "Justice League" from 2017 and 2021, "Suicide Squad," the HBO Max favorite "Peacemaker," and even the CW staple "The Flash," led by Grant Gustin. Their tenure will continue into 2023 via director Andy Muschietti's "Flash" movie, where they'll embark on a reality-warping, universe-hopping, time-traversing adventure that will surely be full of surprises.

Considering how many times they've played Flash, it's easy to forget that Ezra Miller has portrayed another comic book character from a completely different property.

Miller voices D.A. Sinclair on Invincible

In March of 2021, Amazon Prime Video released the animated superhero series "Invincible," which takes inspiration from the Image Comics title of the same name. The series follows Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun) as he proves himself as the title hero, dealing with all of the trials and tribulations that come along with such a journey. That includes contending with some pretty evil folks, such as the villainous D.A. Sinclair, whose scientific desire to "improve" humanity has driven him to horrific lengths. To bring this character to life in the Season 1 episode "You Look Kinda Dead," the "Invincible" team brought in Ezra Miller (via IMDb).

While Miller certainly has experience in the superhero arena, their work as a voice actor remains incredibly limited as "Invincible" moves further and further into the past. Aside from the Amazon favorite, their only other voice acting credit comes from the "LEGO Dimensions" video game, where they took on the role of Credence Barebone — the same character they currently play in live-action in the "Fantastic Beasts" films. Then again, if their recent actions are of any indication, they more than likely won't get the chance to portray the Dumbledore sibling or any of their blockbuster characters again in any form.

The future remains uncertain for Ezra Miller at the movies and on television. We'll have to wait and see what becomes of their Hollywood career and find out if we've seen the last of them in the superhero genre as well as the field of voice acting.