Luke Wilson's new movie "Middle Men" contains an insane orgy scene that makes "Eyes Wide Shut" look G-rated -- but don't count on seeing it in theaters ... because producers have already cut the… READ MORE >
Luke Cunningham Wilson (born September 21, 1971) is an American film actor. Wilson was born in Dallas, Texas, the son of Robert Andrew Wilson, an advertising executive and operator of a public television station, and Laura Cunningham Wilson, a photographer. His family, originally from Massachusetts, is Irish Catholic. He is the brother of Andrew Wilson and Owen Wilson. Wilson's film acting career began with the lead role in the film Bottle Rocket in 1994, which was co-written by Wilson's older brother Owen Wilson and director Wes Anderson. Bottle Rocket was later made into a feature-length film, in 1996. After moving to Hollywood with his two brothers, he was cast opposite Calista Flockhart with romantic designs in Telling Lies in America and made a cameo appearance in the film-within-the-film of Scream 2 (both 1997). Wilson filmed back-to-back romantic films opposite Drew Barrymore, Best Men, about a group of friends who pull off a heist on their way to a wedding, and Home Fries (both 1998), about two brothers interested in the same woman for very different reasons. Wilson remained in demand, playing the doctor beau of a schoolteacher in Rushmore (also 1998), directed by Anderson and co-written by brother Owen.