Craig Wasson

Craig Wasson

Highest Rated: 88% Malcolm X (1992)

Lowest Rated: 0% Escape Under Pressure (2000)

Birthday: Mar 15, 1954

Birthplace: Not Available

Born in Oregon, Craig Wasson was educated at that state's university. Wasson made his first Broadway appearance in 1975's All God's Chillun Got Wings. Three years later, he made his film bow in Boys from Company C, for which he also wrote and performed a song. His TV credits include continuing roles on Phyllis (1975) and Skag (1980), and the part of Mark Twain in the 1983 "American Playhouse" presentation Innocents Abroad. Craig Wesson is best known to Brian De Palma devotees for his performance as claustrophobic actor Jake Scully in Body Double (1984).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Sasquatch Mountain Travis 2006
85% Akeelah and the Bee Ted Saunders $18.9M 2006
No Score Yet Ghost Rock Cherokee Bill 2004
No Score Yet Puerto Vallarta Squeeze Danny Pastor 2004
No Score Yet Boa Warden 2002
0% Escape Under Pressure Elgin Bates 2000
No Score Yet The Last Best Sunday Deputy Sheriff 1999
38% The Pornographer Spano 1999
No Score Yet Velocity Trap Dawson 1997
No Score Yet Harvest of Fire Philip Dixon 1996
No Score Yet The Sister-in-Law (Bloodknot) Andy 1995
No Score Yet I Shot a Man in Vegas Radio Caller 1995
No Score Yet Trapped in Space Palmer 1995
No Score Yet Strapped Ben 1993
88% Malcolm X TV Host 1992
No Score Yet Midnight Fear Screenwriter Paul Prexton 1990
74% A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors Dr. Neil Goldman 1987
No Score Yet The Men's Club Paul 1986
78% Body Double Jake Scully 1984
No Score Yet The Innocents Abroad Mark Twain 1984
No Score Yet Second Thoughts Will 1983
37% Ghost Story Don/David Wanderley 1981
78% Four Friends Danilo Prozor 1981
No Score Yet Schizoid (Murder by Mail) Doug 1980
No Score Yet Carny Mickey 1980
No Score Yet Skag Actor 1979
No Score Yet The Boys in Company C Dave Bisbee 1978
60% Go Tell the Spartans Cpl. Courcey 1978
58% Rollercoaster Hippy 1977


No Score Yet The Practice
O'Brien 1998
No Score Yet Profiler
Andre Kostos 1997
90% Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Ee'Char 1996
No Score Yet Touched by an Angel
Tim Porter 1995
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Hank Walden 1994
No Score Yet Walker, Texas Ranger
No Score Yet Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
Julius 1994
No Score Yet M*A*S*H
Pvt. Kurland 1983
No Score Yet Phyllis
Mark Valenti 1977
No Score Yet The Bob Newhart Show
Chuck Morgan 1977
No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco
Gare Jordan 1976


Dr. Neil Goldman says: (after reading "Amanda Krueger on the tombstone) - My God. You were his mother.

Dr. Neil Goldman says: (after reading 'Amanda Krueger' on the tombstone) My God. You were his mother.

Phillip says: Can I interject something just to save us all some time?

Dr. Neil Goldman says: Sure, Phillip. Go ahead.

Phillip says: Well, according to our kind hosts, our dreams are a group psychosis; sort of a mellow mass hysteria. The fact that we all dreamt about this guy before we ever met doesn't impress anybody. So we go in circles making minimal progress with maximum effort.

Dr. Elizabeth Simms says: You won't make any progress until you recognize your dreams for what they are.

Nancy Thompson says: And what are they?

Dr. Elizabeth Simms says: The by-products of guilt; psychological scars stemming from moral conflicts and overt sexuality.

Kincaid says: Oh, great. Now it's my di*k that's killing me.

Max says: Say, listen Doc, I got a new theory about all these suicides...Right?

Max says: Say, listen Doc, I got a new theory about all these suicides. Right?

Dr. Neil Goldman says: Don't hold back on us, Max. We need all the help we can get.

Max says: It's fu*ked up chromosomes, man. Think about it. All their parents dropped acid during the sixties.

Dr. Neil Goldman says: Well, it beats Simm's theory. She thinks it's nothing but sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll.

Max says: Sh*t. That's what keeps people alive.

Dr. Neil Goldman says: What was that nursery rhyme all about?

Nancy Thompson says: It was just something that that the kids say to keep the Boogeyman away.

Nun says: (talking to Neil) - Only one thing can save the children now. The unquiet spirit must be laid to rest...

Nun says: (talking to Neil) Only one thing can save the children now. The unquiet spirit must be laid to rest.

Nancy Thompson says: Neil? What are you doing up here?

Dr. Neil Goldman says: Oh, I was just talking to... (Mary Helena is gone)

Nancy Thompson says: To who?

Dr. Elizabeth Simms says: I'm not going to take any more of this. How much longer are you going to go on blaming your dreams for your own weaknesses?

Kincaid says: Lady, how much longer you gonna keep blowing smoke up our ass?

Dr. Neil Goldman says: That's enough, Kincaid!

Dr. Elizabeth Simms says: There will be no repeat occurrences of last night's events. From now on your doors will be locked during sleeping hours. We'll start a policy of evening sedation for everybody.

Kincaid says: The fu*k you will! Anybody tries drugs on me gets his ass kicked!

Dr. Elizabeth Simms says: Well, you just bought yourself a night in the quite room, Mister. Now sit down!

Kincaid says: Fu*k you! You sit down!