Wiley Wiggins in 2013
Wiley Ramsey Wiggins
November 6, 1976
At the age of 16, Wiggins starred in Richard Linklater's film Dazed and Confused. He later starred in Linklater's Waking Life. He was involved in early 1990s cyberculture and wrote occasionally for such magazines as FringeWare Review, Mondo 2000, and Boing Boing. His current weblog, "It's Not For Everyone", focuses on film, art, technology and free culture.
- Dazed and Confused (1993) as Mitch Kramer
- Love and a .45 (1994) as Young Store Clerk
- Boys (1996) as John Phillips
- Plastic Utopia (1997) as Jogger Joe
- The Faculty (1998) as F‘%# Up #2
- Waking Life (2001) as Main Character; also one of the animators
- Frontier (2001) as Soldier
- Goliath (2008) as Alvin
- Sorry, Thanks (2009) as Max Callahan
- Computer Chess (2013) as Martin Beuscher
- Social Animals (2018)
- Editor: The Outlaw Son (2007)
- Producer: Frontier (2001) (co-producer)
- Self: The Art Show (2004)
- Ebert, Roger (February 13, 2009). "Somewhat dazed and confused, in a dream". Chicago Sun-Times. p. B4. (via Lexis-Nexis).
- Howell, Peter (September 28, 2003). "Teen film set in '70s launched new talent". Toronto Star. p. D04. (via Lexis-Nexis).
- Harvey, Dennis (February 2008). "Goliath". Variety. (via Lexis-Nexis). Missing or empty
- Pinkerton, Nick (June 17, 2009). "'Newfest' at BAM; But will young people come to Brooklyn?". The Village Voice. New York. (via Lexis-Nexis).
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