Twenty-eight-year-old actor Miles Teller is a real character. That much, Esquire has found out during a recent sit-down with writer Anna Peele at the Luminary Restaurant in Atlanta. And from the very beginning, Peele wondered if Teller was a d*ck.
In the beginning, she tried to make conversation by sharing a legend that the champagne coupe is actually shaped just like Marie Antoinette’s left breast. In response, Teller points out that the highball glass was actually modeled after his cock. He candidly tells this to Peele, and even shares this bit of information with a waitress.
Teller’s physique is beautifully sculpted, almost god-like. He joined Peele for a meal while sporting a (pool) blue v-neck that revealed a Roman-numeral tattoo on his arm. This ink is in honor of the 32-ounce beers he used to buy with his high school buddies in Florida. And in case you’re wondering, forties were not available at that time. This is also how they came to be known as the “32 Crew.” And this crew managed to bribe a man who works at the High Octane Saloon to get out of bed at 2 in the morning just to tattoo some X’s and I’s on their biceps.
And while he talked about his ink, he also talked about his scars and the accident that caused them. He was also very open about how he decided to sue his friend’s insurance since this was the friend who was behind the wheel when he was sent flying out of a speeding car back in 2007. And when that particular friend remarked that it’s possible they can’t be friends anymore because the parent’s insurance premiums are about to go up, Teller told his friend, point blank, that it’s “really fucked up.”
Throughout the conversation with Peele, Teller was raw. Moreover, he strongly believes he has something to contribute to film. He did a great job in “Rabbit Hole” with Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart back in 2010. Since then, he’s done other projects such as the Divergent series as well as “Whiplash,” “21 & Over,” “Two Night Stand,” “That Awkward Moment” and “Project X.” Well right now, you can see him in the Marvel film “Fantastic Four.”
Oh, and Peele thinks “he is kind of a d*ck.”