One of contemporary cinema's most successful actors, OWEN WILSON (Voice of Reggie) has won
great acclaim for his memorable turns in mainstream and independent films. In
2011, Wilson starred in the Woody Allen's Academy Award-nominated feature
Midnight in Paris alongside Rachel McAdams and Marion Cotillard. Wilson's
performance as screenwriter and aspiring novelist 'Gil Pender' garnered him a
Golden Globe nomination in the category of Best Actor in a Motion Picture
Musical or Comedy.
In June 2013, Wilson reunited with Wedding Crashers co-star Vince Vaughn in
Shawn Levy's The Internship. Later this year, Wilson will star opposite Zach
Galifianakis, in Matthew Weiner's dramedy, You Are Here, which will premiere at
the 2013 Toronto Film Festival. Wilson is currently shooting the Peter
Bogdanovich comedy, Squirrel to the Nuts, opposite Jennifer Aniston and
produced by Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach. This fall, Wilson will shoot the
action thriller, The Coup, opposite Pierce Brosnan.
Wilson's string of box office successes also include Little Fockers, the third
installment of the blockbuster Fockers series, opposite Ben Stiller and Robert De
Niro; Marley & Me, with Jennifer Aniston, based on the popular memoir by John
Grogan; Night At The Museum and the sequel Night At The Museum 2: Battle Of
The Smithsonian, opposite Robin Williams and Ben Stiller; the smash hit comedy
Wedding Crashers, opposite Vince Vaughn; the romantic comedy You, Me And
Dupree; and as the voice of 'Lightning McQueen' in Disney's Cars and Cars 2.
Wilson starred opposite Adrien Brody and Jason Schwartzman in Wes
Anderson's critically acclaimed film The Darjeeling Limited, about brothers taking
a spiritual journey through India to rekindle their bond. Wilson has collaborated
with director Anderson six times, including The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou,
co-starring Bill Murray and Anjelica Huston; The Royal Tenenbaums, for which
he and Anderson were nominated for an Academy Award for "Best Original
Screenplay"; Rushmore, which Wilson co-wrote and co-executive produced; and
Anderson's debut, Bottle Rocket which Wilson starred in and co-wrote. Wilson
also lent his voice to Anderson's Academy Award nominated animated feature
Fantastic Mr. Fox. Wilson's additional acting credits include James L. Brooks'
romantic comedy How Do You Know, The Big Year, Hall Pass, Marmaduke,
Starsky & Hutch, Zoolander, Drillbit Taylor, The Wendell Baker Story, Shanghai
Noon, Behind Enemy Lines, I Spy, Shanghai Knights, Armageddon, The Minus
Man and The Cable Guy.