As the older brother of the more famous pair of Luke and Owen Wilson, actor Andrew Wilson could have simply rode the coattails of his famous surname to make his way toward Hollywood stardom. But instead, Wilson managed to branch out on his own while serving as steady support in numerous comedies starring his brothers. Just like Owen and Luke, he first came to prominence as a player in Wes Anderson's "Bottle Rocket" (1996), where he played a sadistic big brother from hell. After playing Coach Beck in Anderson's more notable follow-up, "Rushmore" (1998), Wilson seemed content with any number of small parts in large studio pictures like "Charlie's Angels" (2000), "Zoolander" (2001), "Showtime" (2002) and "The Big Bounce" (2004). Stepping behind the camera for the first time, he co-directed "The Wendell Baker Story" (2005), which starred Luke and Owen, before returning to bit parts in "Fever Pitch" (2005), "Idiocracy" (2006), "How Do You Know" (2010) and "Hall Pass" (2011). Though he struggled to break free from the shadows of his more successful brothers, Wilson nonetheless always added something special to any project no matter how seemingly small his contribution.