I was just saying how it seemed like we were never together. I never saw Ben eitherSpecial effects isolate Wilson in 'Museum' May 22, 2009
Jedediah doesn't see himself as a miniature little cowboy. He sees himself as kind of bigger than life. And it was just kind of easy to play a character that you never had to worry about (director Shawn Levy) saying, 'Do less.' You couldn't be too over the topSpecial effects isolate Wilson in 'Museum' May 22, 2009
At first you think, gosh, monkeys, that's so kind of incredibleWilson moving on after suicide attempt Oct 27, 2007
When he's ready he's going to speak for himself much better than anyone else could. He has a very good way with wordsAnderson interviews Wilson for MySpace Oct 25, 2007
I've never made a movie without him and I hope I never have toWilson attends LA 'Darjeeling' premiere Oct 05, 2007
Owen Cunningham Wilson (born November 18, 1968) is an American actor and writer, known for his roles in the films Wedding Crashers, The Royal Tenenbaums, Starsky & Hutch, You, Me and Dupree, and Cars.
Wilson was born in Dallas, Texas, to photographer Laura Cunningham Wilson and Robert Andrew Wilson, an advertising executive and operator of a public television station. He has an older brother, Andrew, and a younger brother, Luke, both also involved in filmmaking. His family, originally from Massachusetts, is Irish American and Roman Catholic.
Wilson debuted as an actor in the role of "Dignan" in the Wes Anderson film Bottle Rocket, which he co-wrote with Anderson. He also worked with Anderson as a creative collaborator on his next two directorial efforts, Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums, for which they were nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.