Miles Dominic Heizer (b. May 16, 1994) is an American actor. He plays Alex Standall in the Netflix Original series 13 Reasons Why.

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His most notable film appearance is in Rails & Ties, playing Davey Danner when he was 12 years old. He also played the recurring role of Joshua Lipnicki on 4 episodes of the NBC medical drama series ER. From 2010 until 2015, he starred in the NBC drama series Parenthood as Drew Holt, Sarah Braverman's son. He also starred in Nerve as Tommy, and in Love Simon as Cal.

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With Jessica, unfortunately, in our culture for some reason, people tend to, uh, doubt sexual assault survivors. And I feel like Jessica's dealing with that, where people are treating her like either nothing happened, or she's a liar, or she's exaggerating, (Alisha Boe: -A Slut), yeah, or she's a slut. And then you have Alex, where everyone's kind of tiptoeing around him, because they feel bad for him because he did this thing. And so I think that it is-- It's really important for the two of them to have each other in their recovery, in certain ways. And then I think at times it can be kind of harmful, because they are experiencing such different forms of recovery. It's really beneficial and it is helpful to have someone there even when you're doubting their motives. If people just continue to show up and they're there, over time, you just start to realise that they're not doing it for any other reason other than the fact that they care about you. And I think that Alex, by the end of the season, is starting to understand that, with, um, different people.
— on Jessica and Alex's relationship throughout their recovery.[src]
People are terrified to open up about those kinds of things. And I've had people open up to me about similar situations happening to them, and you can see the, like, the pain and almost shame that they experience, talking about something that they should have no shame in talking about. That was not their doing. They had nothing to do with it. And I think that if it can open up a conversation for someone, I think that's really valuable. And I hope that talking about it can allow that for people.
— Miles on the conversation around sexual violence against males.[src]

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