Brian Anthony Wilson Biography (1960?-)

Born February 22, c. 1960, in Philadelphia, PA.

Birth Details
February 22, 1960?
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Famous Works

  • Film Appearances
  • Woody, The Postman, Warner Bros., 1997
  • (As Brian A. Wilson) Second casino security guard, Snake Eyes, Paramount, 1998
  • Derald, Rounders, Miramax, 1998
  • Spear, Cold Hearts, Raven Releasing, 1999
  • T-Bone, Keeping the Faith, Touchstone Pictures, 2000
  • Fourteenth audience member, Let's Talk, Asylum, 2000
  • (As Brian Wilson) Carl, Killer Instinct, Trimark Video, 2000
  • Loc, Diary of a City Priest, Heartland Film Festival, 2001
  • Member of fifth couple, Proximity, Warner Bros., 2001
  • Prison C.O., Prison Song, New Line Cinema, 2001
  • Barney, Down (also known as The Shaft), Buena Vista International, 2001
  • Phil, The Perfect You (also known as Crazy Little Thing), Thompson Street Entertainment, 2002
  • Kelvin, For da Love of Money, Urbanworld Films, 2002
  • Damon J, Ice Grill, York Entertainment, 2002
  • Louis, The Good Thief, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002
  • Willy, The Amazing Floydini, 2003
  • Also appeared in the film Dirty Laundry.
  • Television Appearances
  • Episodic
  • First diner, "Identity Crisis," Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC,1999
  • Warren Dupree, "Fortunate Son," The Sopranos, HBO, 2001
  • Detective Vernon Holley, "The Wire," The Wire, HBO, 2002
  • Detective Vernon Holley, "The Hunt," The Wire, HBO, 2002
  • Raymond Henley, "Bad Choices," Hack, CBS, 2002
  • Crater, As the World Turns, CBS, 2003
  • Detective Vernon Holley, "Port in a Storm," The Wire, HBO, 2003
  • Other
  • Ponchie, Animal Factory (movie), Cinemax, 2000
  • Lanny, The Corner (miniseries), HBO, 2000
  • Stage Appearances
  • (As Brian A. D. Wilson) Gabriel, "Fences," Herald Loomis, "Joe Turner's Come and Gone," and Boy Willie, "The Piano Lesson," Bushfire Trilogy, Bushfire Theatre of Performing Arts, 1995
  • Amiens, As You Like It, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Allentown College of St. Frances de Sales Theatre, Center Valley, PA, 1996
  • Ezra Johnson Brown, Dog Days: The Legend of O. V. Catto, Venture Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, c. 1998
  • Daniel Freeman, Deep Down, Venture Theatre, Adrienne Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1999
  • Alexandre Dumas, the father, Les trois Dumas, People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA, 2001
  • (As Brian A. D. Wilson) Before It Hits Home, First World Theatre Ensemble, Willow Theatre, Philadelphia, 2002
  • Johnson Family Saga (staged reading), Philadelphia, 2002
  • The Tempest, Lantern Theatre Company, St. Stephen's Theatre, Philadelphia, 2003
  • Johnny-Boy, Twilight Time, First World Theatre Ensemble, HedgerowTheatre, Media, PA, 2003
  • Title role, Othello, Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival, Philadelphia, 2003
  • Title role, King Hedley II, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Philadelphia, 2003
  • Appeared as grand inquisitor and member of ensemble, Candide, Prince Music Theatre; as Ghost of Christmas Present, A Christmas Carol, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY; as Reverend Jamison, The Contract, National Black Artists' Festival, Atlanta, GA; as Oscar McKinley Charleston, Cobb, Act II Playhouse; as Senator Charles Lincoln, Fraternity, Bushfire Theatre of Performing Arts; as Duane Wilson, Harvey, Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, OH; as Mayor R. Franklin Brown III, TheMayor's Wife; as Lucio, Measure for Measure, Vasey Theatre, Villanova, PA; as Malcolm X, The Meeting, Bushfire Theatre of Performing Arts; as Sergeant Bert Hopkins, The Ninth Wave, Vasey Theatre; as Dr. Terry Allen and the marshal, Notes on 6finity, National Black Theatre Festival, North Carolina; as Biglow Brown, St. Louis Woman, Prince MusicTheatre; as Alonzo Maldonado, A Salt Water Oasis, Fringe Festival; asBrighella Caviccio, Servant of Two Masters, Venture Theatre, Plays andPlayers Theatre; as Ali Baba and policeman, Simply Heavenly, FreedomTheatre; as Matthew and beggar, The Threepenny Opera, Merriam Theatre;as sixth juror, 12 Angry Men, Cleveland Playhouse; as Hambone, TwoTrains Running, Cleveland Playhouse; and as W. E. B. Du Bois, The Winter of Our Discontent, Bushfire Theatre of Performing Arts; also appearedin a production of Rosa, Venture Theatre.

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