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Other film credits include lead roles in the comedies The Rocker (2008) and Super (2010), as well as supporting roles in the horror films Cooties (2014) and The Boy (2015).
In 2009, he provided his voice for the computer animated science fiction film Monsters vs. More recently, he has played a recurring role on Star Trek: Discovery (2017) as well as a supporting role in The Meg (2018).
Wilson's charitable works include fundraising for the Mona Foundation, a charity operating in developing countries.
In 2013, along with Dr Kathryn Adams, he co-founded Lidè Haiti, an educational initiative that uses the arts and literacy to empower adolescent girls in rural Haiti.
In his review of the film, critic Roger Ebert praised Wilson's performance, writing: "[Wilson] never seems to be trying to be funny, and that's a strength," though he faulted the script's material.
For his role of Paul, the bereft father, in Hesher (2011), Roger Ebert said of Rainn in his review: “He has that rare quality in an actor, an uncanny presence.
In addition to acting, Wilson published an autobiography, The Bassoon King, in November 2015, and also co-founded the digital media company Soul Pancake in 2008.
Wilson worked extensively in the theater in his early career, performing with the Public Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater, Playwrights Horizons, The Roundabout, and The Guthrie Theater, among others.
Wilson first appeared onscreen in 1997 in an episode of the soap opera One Life to Live, followed by a supporting role in the television film The Expendables (2000).
On February 24, 2007, Wilson hosted Saturday Night Live, becoming the second cast member from The Office to host (after Steve Carell).
During the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup, Wilson appeared in ads for the 2007 United States women's national soccer team as public relations manager "Jim Mike".
and was featured in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, in which he played a university professor.
In 2010, he played the lead role as the unhinged protagonist in Super.
There are a few like him (Jack Nicholson, Christopher Walken, Bill Murray) who need only to look at something to establish an attitude toward it. In 2016, he appeared in television as a guest star on Roadies.