During a recent interview with Vulture, Miles Teller admitted he still hasn't paid off his student loans from New York University, after graduating from the Tisch School of Performing Arts in 2009.
"My business manager says the interest is so low, there's no sense in paying them off," Miles said about his decision. "I can, if I want to have that badge of accomplishment, but until then I still very much have my NYU loans."
He previously told the site last year he had racked up $100,000 in student loans at NYU. Although that is a ton of money, Miles seems to be pulling in quite a bit of dough, given his roles in the Insurgent series, That Awkward Moment and Whiplash. He also recently finished shooting Fantastic Four, in which he plays Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic and has already signed on to Fantastic Four 2.
Still, it looks like the first thing he wants to do is take care of his parents. The thesp told Vulture last year he wanted to make enough money so his parents could retire in Citrus County, Fla, where his family moved when he was 12.