Sunday, December 19, 2010

Owen Wilson Biography Profile Wallpaper Video.

Owen Wilson (Owen Cunningham Wilson) was born on Monday, November 18, 1968 and is a famous actor.

General appearance:
- 5' 11" (180 cm) height, blue eyes and blonde hair.
Being born on 11/18, Owen is a scorpio and has an athletic body.

Owen Wilson had studied at St. Marks School of Texas (expelled) New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, NM (1987) and then Owen attended the BA English and University of Texas at Austin (1991).Owen dated Amber Hay and amongst other famous relationships was Angel Boris.

Sex Appeal :
Actor Owen Cunningham Wilson was born on November 18, 1968 in Dallas, Texas. The son of a photographer and an advertising executive, Wilson is best known for his smooth, subdued comedic personas and his rakishly crooked nose.

After being expelled from the St. Mark's School of Texas, he graduated from Thomas Jefferson School before attending the New Mexico Military Institute. While attending the University of Texas at Austin, he met future filmmaker Wes Anderson.

Wilson and Anderson's first feature film partnership was 1996's Bottle Rocket, which was created from a short film shown at the Sundance Film Festival. Soon after, Wilson moved to Hollywood with his two brothers, Andrew and Luke. While there, he went on to co-write three other films with Anderson, Rushmore, The Life Aquatic and The Royal Tenenbaums, the latter of which earned the duo an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay.

In addition to his collaborations with Anderson Wilson has appeared in numerous big budget films, including several with comedic actor Ben Stiller. He scored one of his biggest box office successes with 2005's Wedding Crashers starring opposite Vince Vaughn.

Wilson also contributed his voice to the animated smash hit Cars (2006). Also around this time, he was romantically linked to his Me, You, and Dupree co-star Kate Hudson, but the couple broke up in May 2007. Wilson was previously romantically linked to Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Aniston, and Shery Crowe.
On August 26, 2007, Owen was taken from his Santa Monica, California, home to the hospital after a call from medical assistance was made from the home. Police reports show that they responded to a suicide attempt. From the hospital, Wilson issued a statement asking for privacy so that he may "receive care and heal in private during this difficult time." During his hospital stay, he was visited by his family and friends, including Wes Anderson and Woody Harrelson. Wilson went home less than a week later.

Wilson cancelled several appearances and dropped out of the film Tropic Thunder, which would have reunited him with longtime friend and co-star Ben Stiller.

Whether he's acting or co-writing brilliantly quirky character studies with director/writing partner Wes_Anderson, Owen C. Wilson's work exudes an insouciant yet earnest charm and eccentric comic sensibility, making him one of the most promising new talents to emerge in the 1990s.

Born and reared in Dallas, Wilson raised enough hell in high school to get expelled from one institution in tenth grade, but he managed to attend college at the University of Texas in Austin and graduate in 1991. Along with his degree, Wilson's Austin years resulted in a budding partnership with a like-minded creative classmate, aspiring filmmaker Wes_Anderson. Their first film together, a short about a bookstore heist called Bottle_Rocket, played at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival, attracting the attention of producer Polly_Platt and writer/director James_L._Brooks. With Brooks' support, Wilson and Anderson expanded the short into a feature, indie cult favorite Bottle_Rocket (1996). Though it made little impression at the box office, Anderson and Wilson's distinctly offbeat, wry, and optimistic tale about aspiring criminal Dignan and his best friend Anthony (played by Wilson's brother Luke_Wilson) earned ardent fans among cinéastes. Wilson's inspired performance as Dignan, not to mention his blond hair, large grin, and affable drawl, became his Hollywood calling card. That same year, Wilson also began a fertile association with actor/director Ben_Stiller, appearing in one memorable scene as a smooth, ill-fated date in Stiller's black comedy The_Cable_Guy (1996).

Alternating between supporting roles in Hollywood spectacles, collaborations with Anderson and Stiller, and smaller independent projects, Wilson worked steadily for the rest of the 1990s. Though he always seemed to fill the generic slot of Guy Marked for Death, Wilson still managed to bring a reliably laid-back, humorous spark to the bombastic proceedings in Anaconda (1997), Armageddon (1998), and The_Haunting (1999). On a more artistically successful front, Wilson's next script with Anderson resulted in the lauded coming-of-age film Rushmore (1998). With its singular cast of characters, distinctive combination of deadpan humor and true emotion, and superb performances by Jason_Schwartzman as teen prodigy Max Fischer and Bill_Murray as depressed millionaire Blume, Rushmore earned prizes from the critics (if not the Academy) and proved that Bottle_Rocket was no fluke. As far as acting, Wilson's ability to suggest complexity beneath a breezy surface earned positive notice for his unsettling performance as a laconic, self-styled Good Samaritan serial killer in indie thriller The_Minus_Man (1999).
By 2000, Wilson began to take center stage in larger Hollywood projects as well. Though it was another Jackie_Chan vehicle, Wilson's hilarious co-starring turn as a surfer dude-tinged outlaw in the chop socky Western Shanghai_Noon (2000) nearly stole the movie. Wilson's brief appearance as a Jesus-loving, super rich romantic rival to Ben_Stiller's put-upon Greg Focker was a comic highlight of the hit Meet the Parents (2000). Stiller's supermodel farce Zoolander (2001) further sealed Wilson's status as a superlative comic actor. As Zoolander's rival Hansel, Wilson's offbeat timing made him the ultimate bubble-headed mannequin; his catwalk competition with Stiller provided the biggest laughs in a hit-or-miss movie. Even as he flourished in broad Hollywood comedy, Wilson continued his partnership with Wes_Anderson, co-writing with Anderson and co-starring (with his brother Luke and Stiller among others) in the unusual family story The_Royal_Tenenbaums (2001). Branching out into serious roles, Wilson then co-starred with The_Royal_Tenenbaums patriarch Gene_Hackman in the military drama Behind_Enemy_Lines (2001).

An increasingly prevalent figure in action films following the millennial turnover, Wilson followed Behind_Enemy_Lines with I_Spy (2002) and the Shanghai_Noon sequel Shanghai_Knights (2003) before appearing opposite Morgan_Freeman in the critical and commercial disappointment The_Big_Bounce and co-starring in the underwhelming big screen adaptation of Starsky & Hutch. He made his third appearance in a Jackie_Chan vehicle in the 2004 Disney production Around the World in 80 Days; though poised to be a blockbuster, the mega-budgeted film was one of the biggest flops of the season.

A rebound was in order, and if his supporting turn in the 2004 holiday-season blockbuster sequel Meet the Fockers wasn't enough, Wilson found his greatest leading-man success to date as foil to the bawdy Vince_Vaughn in 2005's raunchy, runaway hit The Wedding Crashers. The Wilson-Vaughn pairing challenged the Wilson-Stiller hilarity quotient as a pair of divorce consultants who bide their free time crashing weddings to get laid. The 200-million smash was indeed a tough act to follow, and while 2006's You, Me and Dupree - a thematic reprise of his Wedding_Crashers role in which he plays an irritating houseguest who refuses to vacate - was something of a letdown, Wilson more than made up for it that same year with a leading voice role in Pixar's Cars and a supporting turn in Stiller's special-effects comedy A Night at the Museum.

Romantically linked, by turns, with a pre-Ashton Demi_Moore, rocker Sheryl_Crow, and actress Kate Hudson, Wilson, with his shaggy blond mane, blue eyes, and (as one magazine cited humorously in its front cover headline) "unusual nose," also found himself the unlikely forebear of a new wave of Hollywood sex symbols.

Owen Wilson Biography Profile Wallpaper Video.


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