Luke Wilson has established himself as of one of the most versatile actors of his generation with his indelible performances in broad comedies, thoughtful dramas and provocative independent features.
Wilson's credits include Wes Anderson's "Bottle Rocket," "Rushmore" and "The Royal Tenenbaums"; "The Skeleton Twins," opposite Bill Hader and Kristin Wiig; "Old School" with Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn; the "Legally Blonde" franchise with Reese Witherspoon; the "Charlie's Angels" franchise with Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore; "Blades of Glory" and "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" also with Ferrell; Mike Judge's satirical "Idiocracy"; the western "3:10 to Yuma"; the heartwarming "My Dog Skip"; "Hoot," based on Carl Hiaasen's children's book of the same name; Justin Reardon's "Playing It Cool," opposite Michelle Monaghan, Chris Evans and Aubrey Plaza; and Neil Labute's 2010 "Death at a Funeral." Wilson also starred in the 2008 film "Henry Poole Is Here," which was nominated for the Humanitas Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Wilson also co-directed, wrote and starred in the short film "Satellite Beach." In 2005, he wrote, starred in and co-directed with his brother Andrew Wilson, "The Wendell Baker Story," alongside Eva Mendes, Owen Wilson and Eddie Griffin. In 2018, Luke won an Emmy® Award for his work producing the documentary film "Tower."
Up next, Wilson can be seen starring in Ty Robert's "12 Mighty Orphans," based on the bestselling novel by the same name. He can recently be seen starring in "All the Bright Places," directed by Brett Haley and opposite Elle Fanning, as well as in Atom Egoyan's feature "Guest of Honour."
In television, he can most recently be seen starring in DC's "Stargirl" for The CW. His credits also include the HBO series "Enlightened," opposite Laura Dern, as well as Fox's "That 70's Show" and HBO's "Entourage."