Patrick Wilson goes viral on twitter after responding to the tweets about his career
The conjuring actor Patrick Wilson found himself in the middle of a twitter spree after a user with a twitter handle named @Skoog tweeted ‘ the mf really said I’m gonna be in a million movies but absolutely refuse to be famous’. The Emmy and Golden Globe nominee started trending this Monday after he retweeted and wrote ‘ Dammit. My plan has been thwarted’.
The retweet by the Aquaman actor set off the series of tweets by his fans and even celebrities, defending and praising the long artistic career of the actor which stretches out for more than 20 years. The 47-year-old actor has been working in the film industry for 20 years, both performing leading and supporting roles in big-budget movies.
Other Wilson fans like Dan DeHaan and Richard Marx eulogized, and even the former gave credit to Wilson for helping him jump-starting his career. Wilson made his debut with the movie The Full Monty as Jerry Lukowski. he was Tony-nominated for both The Full Monty and 2002’s Oklahoma. There is a long list of his very impressive and also underrated work which did not earn him the spotlight as his other A-listers contemporaries. His breakthrough role as Joe Pitt in HBO’s Angels in America earned him both Emmy and Golden Globe nomination.
His roles in 2009’s Watchmen, 2004’s Amalo, 2005’s Hard Candy, and his phenomenal roles in horror movies an Ed Warren in Conjuring series, Josh Lambert in Insidious series, was critically acclaimed and praised. He offered a real acting talent recently with The Commuter(2018), Midway(2019), Anabelle comes home(2019), and Aquaman(2018). He will be returning in the movie business with his upcoming movies The Conjuring: The devil made me do it and much anticipated DC’s Aquaman 2.
The list of his achievements in both series and movies would never be sufficient to do justice to Patrick Wilson’s nature and actions. As it is rightly stated ‘An ounce of behavior is worth a pound of words’.