Patrick Wilson

Patrick Wilson

Highest Rated: 91% Bone Tomahawk (2015)

Lowest Rated: 5% Home Sweet Hell (2015)

Birthday: Jul 3, 1973

Birthplace: Norfolk, Virginia, USA

A handsome actor whose skills on stage and screen are only rivaled by his remarkable voice, Patrick Wilson made a name for himself in theater before making a gradual transition to the silver screen. The Norfolk, VA, native pursued his higher education at the famed Carnegie Mellon University, where he stood out from the pack when he was awarded the Charles Willard Memorial Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Music Theatre before earning his B.F.A. in drama in 1995. The next year, Wilson took the lead for a national tour of Carousel, followed by a performance in a Goodspeed Opera House production of Lucky in the Rain. After a memorable turn as pianist Erwin "Chopin" Boots in a La Jolla Playhouse production of Barry Manilow's Harmony, Wilson performed in the nonmusical, six-hour stage version of The Cider House Rules. Though his supposed "breakthrough" role in a stage production of Bright Lights, Big City failed to cement his career, the rising star made his Broadway debut in The Gershwin's Fascinating Rhythm shortly thereafter. Wilson's true breakthrough did eventually come when he took the lead for a stage version of the popular film The Full Monty, and in 2001, he made his screen debut in Dark Stories: Tales from Beyond the Grave. Though that film went largely unseen, a role in HBO's acclaimed miniseries Angels in America found his transition to the big screen moving along smoothly. The following year, Wilson tackled his biggest role to date in the eagerly anticipated historical drama The Alamo (2004) before gearing up for a key part in Joel Schumacher's Phantom of the Opera (also 2004).

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Ed Warren 2020
42% Midway Edwin Layton 2019
65% Annabelle Comes Home Ed Warren 2019
37% In the Tall Grass Actor 2019
66% Aquaman Orm/Ocean Master 2018
56% The Commuter Alex Murphy $36.3M 2018
81% The Founder Rollie Smith $12.8M 2017
36% The Hollow Point Wallace 2016
38% A Kind of Murder Walter Stackhouse 2016
80% The Conjuring 2 Ed Warren $102.5M 2016
91% Bone Tomahawk Arthur O'Dwyer 2015
38% Big Stone Gap Jack MacChesney $1.1M 2015
20% Zipper Sam Ellis 2015
No Score Yet Jack Strong David Forden, agent CIA 2015
5% Home Sweet Hell Don Champagne 2015
17% Let's Kill Ward's Wife Producer David 2015
68% Space Station 76 Captain Glenn 2014
88% Stretch Stretch 2014
40% Insidious: Chapter 2 Josh Lambert $71.5M 2013
85% The Conjuring Ed Warren $137.4M 2013
73% Prometheus Shaw's Father $126.5M 2012
80% Young Adult Buddy Slade $16.3M 2011
14% The Ledge Joe $5.7K 2011
66% Insidious Josh Lambert $53.8M 2011
55% Morning Glory Adam Bennett $31M 2010
43% Barry Munday Barry Munday 2010
51% The Switch Roland $27.5M 2010
49% The A-Team Lynch $77.3M 2010
64% Watchmen Nite Owl $107.5M 2009
19% Passengers Eric $0.3M 2008
44% Lakeview Terrace Chris Mattson $39.3M 2008
No Score Yet Life in Flight Will 2008
No Score Yet The Undeniable Charm of Sloppy Unruh Actor 2008
27% Evening Harris Arden $12.5M 2007
No Score Yet Purple Violets Brian Callahan 2007
31% Running With Scissors Michael Shephard $6.8M 2006
80% Little Children Brad Adamson $5.4M 2006
67% Hard Candy Jeff Kohlver $1.1M 2006
No Score Yet Brothers Three: An American Gothic Peter 2006
33% The Phantom of the Opera Raoul $51.2M 2005
29% The Alamo Col. William Travis $22.4M 2004
82% Broken English Dave 1996

TV

Credit
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
2015
Guest 2018
2016
No Score Yet The Chew
2011-2018
Guest 2018
2015
No Score Yet Harry
2016-2018
Guest 2017
89% Girls
2012-2017
Joshua 2017
2013
No Score Yet The Talk
2010
Guest 2016
No Score Yet Rachael Ray
2015
Guest 2015
96% Fargo
2014-2017
Lou Solverson 2015
2014
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
2014
Guest 2014
No Score Yet Chelsea Lately
2007-2014
Guest 2013
66% A Gifted Man
2011-2012
Dr. Michael Holt 2012
2011
No Score Yet The View
1997
Guest 2010
No Score Yet American Dad (target for inaccurate feed data)
2005
Voice 2009
2008
92% Angels in America
2003
Joe Pitt 2003
No Score Yet Young Hercules
1998-1999
Hunter No. 1 1999
No Score Yet Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
1995-1999
Big Titus Gerrard Lysaka 1999
1997
1996

QUOTES FROM Patrick Wilson CHARACTERS

Ed Warren says: It's so small and light.

Arthur O'Dwyer says: John... Make any flirtatious remarks in my wife's presence, there will be a reckoning.

David Forden, agent CIA says: He's not our spy.

David Forden, agent CIA says: He's not our spy.

Ed Warren says: It was big mistake, acknowledging this doll. Though it. The inhuman spirit tricked you..

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: Is that bean juice?

Rorschach/Walter Kovacs says: Yeah, human bean juice.

Ed Warren says: Sometimes it's better to keep the genie in the bottle.

Josh Lambert says: This is nothing like being dead. I know.

Ed Warren says: The devil exists. God exists. And for us, as people, our very destiny hinges on which we decide to follow.

Ed Warren says: Somethin' awful happened here, Ed.

Lorraine Warren says: What is it?

Ed Warren says: It's November 1st 1971, I'm sittin' here with Carolyn Perron, who with her family, has been experiencin' supernatural occurrence.

Ed Warren says: Something awful happened here, Ed.

Lorraine Warren says: Something awful happened here, Ed.

Lorraine Warren says: What is it?

Ed Warren says: What is it?

Ed Warren says: It's November 1st, 1971, I'm sitting here with Carolyn Perron, who with her family, has been experiencing supernatural occurrences.

Ed Warren says: Well, we've been called ghost hunters, paranormal researchers...

Lorraine Warren says: But we prefer to be known simply as Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Carolyn Perron says: I'm comin' with you.

Lorraine Warren says: I'm comin' with you.

Ed Warren says: No way, I can't lose you.

Carolyn Perron says: We have to get out of here.

Ed Warren says: That's not gonna help.

Ed Warren says: Whatever Lorraine feels, sees, touches, it takes a toll on her.

Carolyn Perron says: I'm coming with you.

Ed Warren says: No way, I can't lose you.

Carolyn Perron says: We have to get out of here.

Ed Warren says: That's not going to help.

Ed Warren says: Whatever Lorraine feels, sees, touches, it takes a toll on her.

Ed Warren says: Well, we've been called ghost hunters, paranormal researchers...

Ed Warren says: Well, we've been called ghost hunters, paranormal researchers.

Lorraine Warren says: But we prefer to be known simply as Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: Maybe we should get a cab. These are bad neighborhoods.

Laurie Jupiter/Silk Spectre II says: Yeah well, I'm in a bad mood.

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: You haven't idealized mankind. You've mutilated it! That's your legacy.

Nite Owl says: You haven't idealized mankind. You've mutilated it! That's the real practical joke.

Lynch says: Wow, that looks exactly like Call of Duty doesn't it?

Lynch says: Wow, that's awesome! That looks exactly like Call Of Duty, doesn't it?

Laurie Jupiter/Silk Spectre II says: Such an asshole. [Shoots Adrian]

Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias says: [fakes death and kicks Laurie]

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: Veidt you bastard! If anything happens to her?

Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias says: Then...grow up.

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: Jon!

Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman says: I know.

Rorschach/Walter Kovacs says: Must stop him! Killed Blake, killed millions!

Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman says: Wait right here.

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: What about the American Dream?

Edward Blake/Comedian says: What about it? It came true!

Sarah Pierce says: How pretty is she?

Brad Adamson says: ...a knockout...

Brad Adamson says: A knockout...

Brad Adamson says: Beauty is overratted, Sarah

Brad Adamson says: Beauty is overratted, Sarah.

Madame Giry says: He's a genius, monsieur. He's an architect and designer; he's a composer and magician. He's a genius!

Vicomte Raoul de Chagny says: Yes, but it seems genius has turned to madness.

Mavis Gary says: You can some to the city with me like we always planned.

Buddy Slade says: Mavis, I'm a married man.

Mavis Gary says: I know, we can beat this thing together.

Christine Daae says: [as Christine and Raoul are leaving the phantom] Say you'll share with me one love one lifetime

Christine Daae says: [as Christine and Raoul are leaving the phantom] Say you'll share with me one love one lifetime.

Vicomte Raoul de Chagny says: Say the word and I will follow you.

Christine Daae says: Share each day with me each night, each morning.

The Phantom says: You alone can make my song take flight! It's over now the music of the night!

Josh says: Renai, I'm right here

Josh says: Renai, I'm right here.

Renai says: Is there anything we can do to bring Dalton back?

Elise Rainier says: There is something we could try.

Elise Rainier says: It's a little unorthodox, but i will need your complete trust.

Josh says: No, no I'm sorry this has gone too far.

Josh says: No, no, I'm sorry this has gone too far.

Renai says: Oh, no please. Josh you said that you would give her a chance.

Josh says: I have given her another chance, honey. But I can't have somebody come into our home and tell us that the reason our son is in a coma is because, that his soul has floated somewhere into another dimension

Josh says: I have given her another chance, honey. But I can't have somebody come into our home and tell us that the reason our son is in a coma is because, that his soul has floated somewhere into another dimension.

Renai says: We bring her all the way here and not even consider what she's saying?

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: What happened to us? What happened to the American Dream?

Edward Blake/Comedian says: "What happened to the American Dream?" It came true! You're lookin' at it.

Edward Blake/Comedian says: 'What happened to the American Dream?' It came true! You're lookin' at it.

Josh says: Is this the first line of a joke? A guy comes home and finds his wife with a priest?

Jeff Kohlver says: I never touched you. I was trying to hold you off me, while I called the cops.

Hayley Stark says: Oh. [Picks up the photo of the missing girl, Donna Mauer, and holds it for him to see] And would you have shown them this? Why do you have a picture of Donna Mauer in your safe? And, and, well, have you seen her? Because no one else has!

Jeff Kohlver says: You were coming on to me!

Hayley Stark says: Oh, come on. That's what they always say, Jeff.

Jeff Kohlver says: Who?

Hayley Stark says: Who? The pedophiles! 'Oh, she was so sexy. She was asking for it.' 'She was only technically a girl, she acted like a woman.' It's just so easy to blame a kid, isn't it! Just because a girl knows how to imitate a woman, does NOT mean she's ready to do what a woman does!

Jeff Kohlver says: Who the hell are you?

Hayley Stark says: I am every little girl you ever watched, touched, hurt, screwed, killed.

Jeff Kohlver says: [while tied down to a chair] Look, look. I've been lonely, okay? And that makes me stupid, but I am not a pedophile. [talking at the same time as Hayley answers him back] Look, this is some horrible mistake. Just untie me now and we'll forget this whole thing ever happened. Just untie me now!

Hayley Stark says: Okay, well you know what? I am not lonely and therefore not stupid. I untie you, you might understandably be a little peeved. So when I am ready to go, I'll call a cab and call another one to let you loose!

Jeff Kohlver says: And when will that be?

Hayley Stark says: I'm not sure yet!

Jeff Kohlver says: Ah, so you and your mom are both wacked?

Hayley Stark says: I dunno. There's that whole nature versus nurture question, isn't it? Was I born a cute, vindictive, little bitch or... did society make me that way? I go back and forth on that...

Hayley Stark says: I dunno. There's that whole nature versus nurture question, isn't it? Was I born a cute, vindictive, little bitch or... did society make me that way? I go back and forth on that.

Vicomte Raoul de Chagny says: No more talk of darkness. Forget these wide-eyed fears, I'm here. Nothing can harm you. My words will warm and calm you. Let me be your freedom. Let daylight dry your tears. I'm here, with you, beside you, to guard you and to guide you.

Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl says: What happened to the American Dream?

Edward Blake/Comedian says: What happened to the American Dream? It came true! You're looking at it.

Edward Blake/Comedian says: It came true! You're looking at it.

Lynch says: "Wow! That looks just like call of duty doesn't it?"

Lynch says: Wow! That looks just like call of duty doesn't it?