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Roger Wilson is a Actor American born on 8 october 1956 at New Orleans (USA)

Roger Wilson

Roger Wilson
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Nationality USA
Birth 8 october 1956 (67 years) at New Orleans (USA)

Roger Wilson (born 1958) is an American actor in movies and television,
notably the first two Porky's movies and Thunder Alley. Roger also wrote numerous screenplays for notable producers including Steve Tisch, Penny Marshall, and Sharon Stone. He briefly taught screenwriting classes in New York City in the mid 2000s and was the lead singer in the New York based band Num in the 1990s.

He attended Woodberry Forest School and graduated in 1975 with Marvin Bush, brother of former President George W. Bush. Both of his parents died young and Roger inherited a considerable estate as a teenager.

Roger was married to Estee Lauder model Shaun Casey from the late 1970s to 1983.

After his divorce, he became supermodel Christy Turlington's first serious boyfriend at age 18. They dated from 1987-1993. Christy told Cosmopolitan magazine and Dennis Miller, when he had a brief, late-night talk show, that she and Roger were married. However, it was a spiritual, and not a legal ceremony. Roger is the one who introduced Christy to yoga and she moved to California briefly to live with him. Christy had his initials and a rose tattooed on her ankle, which she later removed. Christy and Roger broke up in 1993 and she began to date actor Christian Slater for a few weeks.

Roger later dated Elizabeth Berkley from Saved by the Bell in the late 1990s. In 2000, he got in a fight with some of actor Leonardo DiCaprio's friends and a multi-million dollar lawsuit was filed against the actor for encouraging his entourage to inflict bodily harm on Roger.

Roger now splits his time between New York and Louisiana working in real estate development.

Best films

Porky's (1982)
(Actor)

Usually with

Bob Clark
Bob Clark
(2 films)
Mark Herrier
Mark Herrier
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Roger Wilson (8 films)

Display filmography as list

Actor

My Sexiest Year
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy
Actors Frankie Muniz, Harvey Keitel, Christopher McDonald, Haylie Duff, Amber Valletta, Frances Fisher
Roles Paul
Rating58% 2.9037752.9037752.9037752.9037752.903775
Jake Stein (Frankie Muniz) is a 17-year-old who lives with his sick mother and grandfather in Brooklyn. He wants nothing more than to be a writer, but when his mother’s health takes a turn for the worse, Jake is sent to Miami to live with his father, “Zowie” (Harvey Keitel), a small-time “handicapper” who gives horse racing tips for a living. Not much of a parent, Zowie has shirked his fatherly responsibilities for most of his son’s life. Nonetheless, Jake is excited about the prospects of bonding with his father in sunny Miami.
Grey Knight, 1h20
Directed by George Hickenlooper
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Action, Horror
Themes Medical-themed films, Zombie films, Films about viral outbreaks, Political films, Disaster films
Actors Martin Sheen, Corbin Bernsen, Adrian Pasdar, Billy Bob Thornton, David Arquette, Alexis Arquette
Roles Maj. Josiah Elkins
Rating46% 2.313822.313822.313822.313822.31382
Slave traders bring back an evil voodoo entity that is accidentally freed by the Confederate Army during the Civil War. The entity possesses the bodies of the dead soldiers to create an army of its own bent on conquest, using the corpses of both the North and South. When both Union and Confederate soldiers are mysteriously murdered by the entity during the Civil War, the opposing troops must overcome their differences and band together to investigate the gruesome deaths. It soon becomes apparent that these killers are anything but human. Instead, they are a maniacal regiment of supernatural forces, and it is solely up to these united American soldiers to fight the slaughterous evil of the Ghost Brigade.
Aspen Extreme, 1h53
Directed by Patrick Hasburgh
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Adventure
Themes Sports films, Buddy films
Actors Paul Gross, Peter Berg, Finola Hughes, Theresa Polo, William Russ, William McNamara
Roles Jake Neil
Rating59% 2.9992852.9992852.9992852.9992852.999285
T.J.Burke quits his job in Detroit and convinces his friend Dexter Rutecki to move to Aspen. After succeeding in tryouts, they both become ski instructors. While T.J. advances to the most popular instructor of the school during the season, he has to take care for Dexter, whose future is less bright and eventually thinking about being a drug courier - which tests their friendship. T.J. and Dexter decide to ski out of bounds in order to train for the upcoming Powder-8 competition. While skiing outside the boundaries of Aspen, T.J. and Dexter set off an avalanche. Dexter suffers a tragic demise, while T.J. escapes with minor injuries. Meanwhile the rich business woman Bryce supports T.J. in his writing ambitions and invites him to live at her home. But in her absence he falls in love with the stunningly beautiful blonde radio moderator Robin. T.J. is sought out by a newly hired young ski instructor to be his partner in the Powder-8. They win the competition, beating T.J.'s nemesis throughout the movie. And finishing he and Dexter's dream of winning the Powder-8.
Second Time Lucky, 1h41
Directed by Michael Anderson
Genres Comedy
Actors Diane Franklin, Robert Morley, Roger Wilson, Robert Helpmann, John-Michael Howson, David Weatherley
Roles Adam
Rating51% 2.5622.5622.5622.5622.562
This script must be run from the command line
Porky's II: The Next Day, 1h35
Directed by Bob Clark
Origin Canada
Genres Comedy, Sex comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Children's films
Actors Dan Monahan, Wyatt Knight, Mark Herrier, Roger Wilson, Cyril O'Reilly, Tony Ganios
Roles Mickey
Rating50% 2.508742.508742.508742.508742.50874
After dealing to Porky the "fatal" blow that was coming to him, the gang from Angel Beach is ready for a new challenge: The High School Drama Club is producing a Shakespeare Festival in which the gang is participating. Unfortunately, a religious leader named Bubba Flavel wants to halt the production because he and his group, "The Righteous Flock," maintain that Shakespeare is indecent and profane. As part of their effort to keep their school-based Shakespeare production on track, the gang from Angel Beach seeks out the help of Seward County Commissioner Gebhardt, who initially promises the gang from Angel Beach that he will pull some strings to keep the Angel Beach High Shakespeare Festival running. However, after the county commissioners, who all will shortly be standing for re-election, vote unanimously to shut down the Shakespeare Festival, the gang quickly learns that Commissioner Gebhardt has reneged on his promises to the Angel Beach gang because he feared that allowing the Shakespeare Festival to proceed would harm his re-election chances. The local Ku Klux Klan chapter joins the movement to shut down the Shakespeare festival because its members object to an American Indian (Runningfox's Seminole character) playing Romeo opposite a white girl Juliet (Wendy). Flavel, who has previously exposed his bigoted nature, welcomes the Klan's support of his movement. The Angel Beach gang then begins plotting their retaliation and revenge against Flavel, Commissioner Gebhardt, the rest of the county commissioners, and the Klan.
Porky's
Porky's (1982)
, 1h34
Directed by Bob Clark
Origin Canada
Genres Comedy, Sex comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Children's films, Teen movie, Films about virginity
Actors Dan Monahan, Mark Herrier, Wyatt Knight, Roger Wilson, Tony Ganios, Cyril O'Reilly
Roles Micky
Rating62% 3.1017953.1017953.1017953.1017953.101795
A group of Florida high school students plan on losing their virginity. They go to Porky's, a nightclub out in the Everglades, believing that they can hire a prostitute to satisfy their sexual desires. Porky takes their money but humiliates the kids by dumping them in the swamp. When the group demand their money back, the sheriff, who turns out to be Porky's brother, arrives to drive them away, but not before his minions extort the rest of their money and cause them more embarrassment. After Mickey (who returned to Porky's for revenge) is beaten so badly he has to be hospitalized, the gang becomes hellbent on exacting revenge on Porky and his brother, eventually succeeding in sinking his establishment in the swamp. Porky and his men, joined by the sheriff, chase after the group, but they make it across the county line (out of Porky's brother's jurisdiction), where they are met by a group of the local police officers, one of whom is Mickey's older brother Ted, and the high school band. After Ted repeatedly damages Porky's car, he says that all charges against Porky for driving an unsafe vehicle will be dropped if the night's events are forgiven. Because the boys were too young to be legally allowed in Porky's in the first place, Porky and his brother have no choice but to agree. The film ends with the group getting their revenge and Pee Wee finally losing his virginity.
Blow Out
Blow Out (1981)
, 1h47
Directed by Brian De Palma
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy, Horror, Crime
Themes Assassinat, Films about films, Serial killer films, Political films
Actors John Travolta, Nancy Allen, John Lithgow, Dennis Franz, John McMartin, Bernie Rachelle
Roles Coed Lover
Rating73% 3.699793.699793.699793.699793.69979
While in post-production on a low-budget exploitation film, Philadelphia sound technician Jack Terry (Travolta) is told by his producer that he needs a more realistic sounding scream and better wind effects. After leaving the studio to record potential sound effects at a local park, he sees a car careen off the road and plunge into a nearby creek. Jack dives into the water to help, discovering a dead man and a young woman, still alive, trapped inside the submerged car. He pulls her to safety and accompanies her to a local hospital. Jack learns that the driver of the car was the governor (and a presidential hopeful); the girl was an escort named Sally (Allen). Associates of the governor attempt to whitewash the incident by concealing that Sally was in the car, and they convince Jack to smuggle Sally out of the hospital with him.