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Born: November 18, 1968 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Dallas, Texas, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Born and raised in Texas
1992:
Co-wrote and co-starred with older brother Andrew and younger brother Luke in the short film "Bottle Rocket," directed by college pal Wes Anderson
1996:
Co-starred (with brother Luke) and co-scripted (with Anderson) the feature version of "Bottle Rocket"
1996:
Had small role in Ben Stiller's "The Cable Guy"
1997:
Acted in the Amazonian action thriller "Anaconda"
1997:
Served as associate producer of Brooks' Oscar-nominated "As Good As It Gets"
1998:
Appeared as one of the oil drillers sent to outer space to stop an oncoming asteroid in "Armageddon"
1998:
Played small supporting role in "Permanent Midnight," starring Ben Stiller
1998:
With Anderson, co-wrote and produced the comedy-drama "Rushmore," starring Bill Murray
1999:
Played a charming serial killer in "The Minus Man"
1999:
Co-starred with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Lili Taylor in the remake "The Haunting"
1999:
Featured in Alan Rudolph's poorly received "Breakfast of Champions"
2000:
Starred with Jackie Chan in the Old West-set buddy actioner "Shanghai Noon"
2000:
Featured in Jay Roach's "Meet the Parents," starring Stiller and Robert De Niro
2001:
Reteamed with Ben Stiller to play a vacuous male model rival to Stiller's titular "Zoolander"
2001:
Starred opposite Gene Hackman in the war-themed drama "Behind Enemy Lines"
2001:
With Anderson, penned the screenplay for "The Royal Tenenbaums"; also co-starred with Luke Wilson and Ben Stiller
2002:
Paired with Eddie Murphy for the feature adaptation of the action comedy "I Spy"
2003:
Reteamed with Chan in the sequel "Shanghai Knights"
2004:
Starred as a con man in the comedy "The Big Bounce" with Morgan Freeman
2004:
Cast alongside Ben Stiller as Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson in the big screen version of the 1970s cop series "Starsky and Hutch"
2004:
Cast as Wilbur Wright in the Disney live action feature "Around the World in 80 Days"
2004:
Co-starred in Wes Anderson's "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" with Bill Murray and Cate Blanchett
2005:
Co-starred opposite Vince Vaughn in "Wedding Crashers," about two friends who crash weddings to pick up women
2006:
Voiced Lightning McQueen in the animated feature "Cars"
2006:
Cast as Matt Dillon's best man in the comedy "You, Me and Dupree"
2006:
Re-teamed with Ben Stiller in the action-adventure-comedy "Night at the Museum"
2007:
Co-starred with brother Luke in "The Wendell Baker Story," a film co-directed by brothers Luke and Andrew Wilson; also penned by Luke
2007:
Reunited with director Wes Anderson in "The Darjeeling Limited"
2008:
Played a bodyguard for hire in the comedy "Drillbit Taylor"
2008:
Starred opposite Jennifer Aniston in "Marley & Me"
2009:
Re-teamed with Ben Stiller for the sequel "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian"
2009:
Lent his voice to Wes Anderson's animated adaptation of the Roald Dahl book "Fantastic Mr. Fox"
2010:
Voiced the title character, a Great Dane, in the live-action film adaptation of the comic strip "Marmaduke"
2010:
Co-starred with Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Jack Nicholson in James L. Brooks' "How Do You Know"
2010:
Reprised role of Kevin Rawley for the comedy sequel "Little Fockers"
2011:
Co-starred with Jason Sudeikis in the Farrelly Brothers' "Hall Pass"
2011:
Directed by Woody Allen in "Midnight in Paris"
2011:
Reprised role as Lightning McQueen in the animated feature "Cars 2"
2011:
Co-starred in the comedy feature "The Big Year" opposite Jack Black and Steve Martin

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