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Patrick Wilson        

Tony-Nominated Actor; Stars in "Phantom of the Opera," "Insidious," "The Conjuring," "Fargo" and "Watchmen"

A Tony-nominated veteran of the Broadway stage, Patrick Wilson came to national attention with his television debut as a straight-laced Mormon law clerk with a secret sexual identity in Mike Nichols' epic adaptation of "Angels in America" for HBO.

His success in that project led to more roles as seemingly upstanding young men whose all-American appearance hid deep emotional and mental flaws, most notably as an accused pedophile in the harrowing "Hard Candy" and a philandering former football hero in "Little Children." Adding to his blond good looks and dramatic range, he also hassome powerful pipes, belting out Andrew Lloyd Weber's classic numbers in the feature film version of "Phantom of the Opera." It was apparent that Wilson had more than the average amount of talent to spare.

Wilson has appeared in many feature films such as "The Alamo," "Watchmen," "The A-Team," "The Ledge," "Insidious" and its sequel and in 2013, "The Conjuring." He starred in the CBS drama "A Gifted Man," which premiered in 2011.


The Conjuring
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