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PATRICK WILSON (Chris Mattson) is quickly becoming one of Hollywood's most accomplished actors, showcasing his talents in a multitude of demanding and diverse roles. He was seen recently in Evening, a drama with Meryl Streep, Glenn Close, Claire Danes and Vanessa Redgrave; Purple Violets, director Edward Burns' romantic drama co-starring Debra Messing and Selma Blair; and Little Children, a drama in which Wilson starred alongside Kate Winslet and Jennifer Connelly. In 2006, he starred opposite Ellen Page in the indie hit, Hard Candy, a psychological thriller. 

Born in Virginia, Wilson grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida. His mother is a singer and voice teacher while his father is a TV anchor in Florida. Wilson received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. 

Wilson first earned attention from New York audiences in the Off-Broadway musical adaptation "Bright Lights, Big City.” His work earned him a Drama Desk nomination and a Drama League Award. Soon afterwards, he starred in the Broadway musical "Fascinating Rhythm,” a revue of George and Ira Gershwin songs, which also earned the actor a Drama League Award.

Patrick starred in the Broadway musical revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!” for which he was nominated for a second consecutive Tony Award for Leading Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Curly. The first came in the lead role of Jerry Lukowski in the Broadway musical "The Full Monty.” The role garnered Wilson rave reviews from critics and he received numerous nominations, including a Tony nomination for Leading Actor in a Musical, a Drama Desk Award nomination, a Drama League Award and an Outer Critics Circle nomination. Time Out New York voted it "one of the best performances of 2000.” 

The actor revisited his Broadway roots in 2006 alongside Amanda Peet, Jill Clayburgh and Tony Roberts in the Broadway revival of Neil Simon's 1963 classic romantic comedy "Barefoot in the Park,” directed by Scott Elliot.

Wilson has shown his acting range in several high profile projects. On the big screen, he starred in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera, directed by Joel Schumacher. He also starred opposite Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thornton in The Alamo, directed by John Lee Hancock. On television, he received Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for "Angels in America,” directed by Mike Nichols for HBO. In this 2004 Golden Globe and Emmy winner for Best Miniseries, based on Tony Kushner's play, Wilson starred opposite Meryl Streep, Al Pacino, Mary Louis Parker and Emma Thompson. 

Wilson is also a singer and songwriter. He and his family currently reside in New York City.

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