Info on Lambert Wilson

Lambert Wilson is an American actor, musician and singer. He is very popular worldwide for his role as The Merovingian in The Matrix Revolutions and The Matrix Reloaded. He is also well known for his work as Johnny Cash, Smokey Robinson and Luther Vandross. He was born and raised in Michigan. He started acting at the age of sixteen in the television show “MacGyver” as a teenager. He went on to play different characters in other popular TV shows such as “That 70s Show” and” Moonlighting”.


He has achieved success in both the theatre and film industry in the United States. He has been nominated three times for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role in the movie “oser”, which was based on the novel “odium sulphate”. Two other movies that he has been nominated for are “oser” and “Elysium”. On the other hand, Lambert Wilson has also been nominated twelve times for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role in the film “A Christmas Story”.


He was also one of the hottest stars in the British independent film scene when he was cast in the movie “Mandela” which was made by Lionsgate. He also appeared in the award winning British film “The Secret Life of Bees” as a supporting character. Apart from his British films, he has also featured in some Hollywood films, namely the crime thriller “Unlockers” and the action/adventure “The Informant!”. As of now, he is scheduled to star in a new feature film called “Wind River” which is being directed by Taylor Kitsch.


In between his varied acting careers, he has also worked on various other projects, most notably the children’s TV show entitled “amins”. However, he didn’t take home any Emmys for this project. Other notable TV shows that Lambert Wilson has appeared in include “Dad’s Army”, “uphill with you”, “Spaced”, and “The Perfect Storm”.


In terms of his acting career, Lambert has appeared in some very good movies, including the award winning “Lawrence of Arabia”, and “We Were Married Once”. However, his best known role is probably his contribution to the musical world of modern day France, with the play “La Cage aux Chapeaux”. This drama centers around the life of a partier (a person who goes to a bar on a Saturday night, frequents girls, and has a rather large bill at the end of the night) and includes a number of scenes inside a private, bawdy theatre. It was a popular production for its time, and won him a share of the Screenwriters Guild Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Also, he co-starred with Steve McQueen in the award winning” Jungle Fever”, and he had a small role as a CIA agent in the action blockbuster “Elysium”.


When it comes to his personal life, Lambert Wilson has been married and divorced a couple of times. His second wife was Candida Pallady, a French woman. The two were married for 14 years and have two children. He met her in France, through an agent. His other relationships include being engaged to another white girl, Pamela Anderson, and having a daughter with another member of the cast of “Who’s That Lady”?


Lambert also has some direct experience with the events and people that are involved in the events and people of Paris, in that he was actually a clerk in the local supermarket for 6 years. He worked there for a company called Kuchera, which is named after the street on the opposite side of Paris from Porte de la Chapeau. In 2021, he was one of hundreds of people who lost their lives when the building they were working in collapsed. The collapse killed Mr. and Mrs. Wilson along with many other people.


One of the most recent projects in which Lambert Wilson has been involved is the TV series, “Elysium”. The drama centre was created by executive producers, Mark Gordon and Graeme Sims, based on the book, “Elysium”. This television series revolves around a man called Alain Resnais, who works in the public relations department of a publishing house, where he is responsible for keeping the public calm following the terrorist attacks that occurred in the city. You can find more information about “Elysium” on the internet.

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