Wes Bentley young
September 4, 1978
5 ft 11 in | 180 cm
85 kg | 187 lbs
42 in | 106 cm
10 US | 43 EU
32 in | 81 cm
Wes Bentley was born in Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas, United States, on September 4, 1978, is an American actor. Young Wes Bentley made his big screen debut in the horror drama film Beloved (1998) in role as Schoolteacher's Nephew. Bentley's breakthrough performance came as Ricky Fitts in drama movie American Beauty (1999), for which he was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Supporting Actor.
The Claim (2000) drama romance with Milla Jovovich and Nastassja Kinski
Soul Survivors (2001) psychological thriller with Casey Affleck
The Four Feathers (2002) adventure drama opposite Heath Ledger and Kate Hudson
The Game of Their Lives (2005) drama sport with Gerard Butler
Ghost Rider (2007) superhero with Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes
The Last Word (2008) romantic comedy drama opposite Winona Ryder
Dolan's Cadillac (2009) crime thriller with Christian Slater
Jonah Hex (2010) supernatural western action opposite Josh Brolin, Megan Fox and John Malkovich
Gone (2012) mystery thriller opposite Amanda Seyfried
The Hunger Games (2012) science fiction adventure in role as Seneca Crane
We Are Your Friends (2015) drama romance with Zac Efron and Emily Ratajkowski
Interstellar (2014) science fiction opposite Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain
Knight of Cups (2015) drama romance directed by Terrence Malick
Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018) action spy opposite Tom Cruise
He portrayed Edward Mordrake in American Horror Story: Freak Show (2014).
He received a Critics' Choice Television Award nomination for his role as Detective John Lowe in American Horror Story: Hotel (2015).
He played Dylan in American Horror Story: Roanoke (2016).
His hobbie is to playing soccer.
He played the drums at his local junior high school.
He was married to actress Jennifer Quanz from (2001-2009).
He married producer Jacqui Swedberg in 2010, they have a son and a daughter.
Lives in Los Angeles, California.
I wanted fame, but I thought it would be incremental, and I became afraid of the overnight-sensation thing.
I grew up in the church and had religion in my life for a long time. I'm not really a church goer, but I definitely have a hunger for a spiritual connection to the world and for my soul to be healed.
I think the greatest gift actually acting is that I have a true fascination and love for people, and the way they are, and all the choices they made in life and all the different paths they took. I feel like acting gives me an opportunity to dig a little bit into that. That's great because it's eye-opening and it makes you an open person.