Luke Wilson Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Brothers, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows

Luke Wilson Biography

Luke Wilson (born Luke Cunningham Wilson ) is an American actor, best known for playing a role in Idiocracy, The Royal Tenenbaums, Blue Streak, Old School, and Legally Blonde. Enlightened (2011–2013) and Stargirl (2020–present) are two of his television credits.

Luke Wilson Age

Luke Cunningham Wilson was born on September 21, 1971, in Dallas, Texas, United States. He is 50 years old as of 2021.

Luke Wilson Height

Wilson stands at a height of 1.8 m.

Luke Wilson Family

Wilson was born in Dallas to Robert Andrew Wilson an advertising and television executive,(1941-2017), and Laura photographer. He is the youngest of three sons, Andrew Wilson, Owen Wilson. His family, originally from Massachusetts, is of Irish Catholic descent.

Luke Wilson Brothers

Luke is the youngest brother of the three brothers, Andrew Wilson an actor, and Owen Wilson. The three as the sons of the late Robert Andrew Wilson (1941–2017), an advertising and television executive, and his wife Laura (née Cunningham; born 1939), a photographer. The three brothers schooled together at St. Mark’s School of Texas.

Luke Wilson Wife

Wilson has been in a series of partnerships, with his affair with Drew Barrymore, an American actress, making frequent headlines during the start of his career. He has also dated Joy Bryant, an American model, and Gwyneth Paltrow, an actor. Alison Eastwood, Audra Lynn, and Jennifer Walcott are among the women he has dated. He’s never married and is currently unattached.

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Luke Wilson Children

He has never been married and is currently single. However, he has no child yet. Wilson stated in a 2019 interview that he had openly indicated an interest in starting a family since 1996.

Luke Wilson Salary

He has an estimated salary of $1,050,000 as of 2020.

Luke Wilson Net Worth

Wilson has an estimated net worth of  $50 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an actor.

Luke Wilson Education

Luke attended St. Mark’s School of Texas together with his brother and later attended Occidental College in Los Angeles.

Luke Wilson Career

Wilson’s acting career began in 1994 with the lead role in the short film Bottle Rocket, directed by Wes Anderson and co-written with his older brother Owen. In 1996, it was reworked as a feature-length picture. He was cast opposite Calista Flockhart in Telling Lies in America and made a cameo role in the film-within-the-film of Scream 2, both in 1997, after coming to Hollywood with his two brothers. Best Men, about a group of friends who pull off a heist on their way to a wedding, and Home Fries, about two brothers interested in the same lady for different reasons, were Wilson’s back-to-back romantic flicks in 1998, opposite Drew Barrymore. He was a schooner’s physician beau.

He played Detective Carlson in Blue Streak in 1999. Later, he co-starred in the 2001 comedy Legally Blonde with Reese Witherspoon. It was followed by The Royal Tenenbaums and Old School. Wilson also had a recurring role on That ’70s Show as Michael Kelso’s older brother Casey Kelso from 2002 to 2005. Wilson appeared in Mike Judge’s dystopian comedy Idiocracy in 2006. Wilson played a regular serviceman who was frozen in a cryogenics study. He awakens after hundreds of years in a far less knowledgeable America.

Wilson appeared in Vacancy, a thriller starring Kate Beckinsale, and Blonde Ambition in 2007. He worked on Henry Poole is Here in La Mirada, California in the same year, which was released in 2008. Tenure, a film he starred in, was released in 2009. He appears in the films Death at a Funeral and Middle Men in 2010. He starred in the HBO TV series Enlightened from 2011 to 2013. Wilson has been starring in the DC Universe/The CW series Stargirl as a sidekick-turned-mechanic-tutor since 2020.

Luke Wilson Idiocracy

It is a 2006 American science fiction comedy, where he featured as Joe Bauers, the film tells the story of Joe Bauers (Wilson), an American soldier who, along with prostitute Rita (Rudolph), takes part in a government hibernation experiment. The experiment goes awry and Joe awakens in the year 2505, in a dystopian world that is incredibly dumbed-down by mass commercialism and mindless TV programming that he has become the smartest man on the planet.

Luke Wilson  Movies and TV Shows


  • 2021_ 12 Mighty Orphans
  • 2020 _All the Bright Places
  • 2020- Bobbleheads: The Movie
  • 2019- Berlin, I Love You
  • 2019- Guest of Honour
  • 2019- The Goldfinch
  • 2019-Zombieland: Double Tap
  • 2018- Arizona Scott
  • 2018 -Measure of a Man
  • 2018 -High Voltage
  • 2017 -Brad’s Status
  • 2017 -The Girl Who Invented Kissing
  • 2016 -Outlaws and Angels
  • 2016 -All We Had
  • 2016 -Rock Dog
  • 2016 -Approaching the Unknown
  • 2015- Playing It Cool
  • 2015 -Meadowland
  • 2015 -The Ridiculous 6
  • 2015 -Concussion


  • 2020–present Stargirl
  • 2020- Emergency Call
  • 2019- Room 104
  • 2016- Roadies
  • 2013 -Drunk History
  • 2011–2013 Enlightened
  • 2004- Entourage
  • 2004 -Saturday Night Live
  • 2002–2005 That ’70s Show
  • 1998 -The X-Files

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