Birth Place: Austin, Texas, USA
Nonetheless, Wiggins was still an unknown when cast by Linklater as Mitch, the scraggly young "Everyman" in "Dazed and Confused", an episodic look at 70s-era high schoolers in a culturally arid Texas town. Audiences and reviewers either loved or hated the film, but Wiggins' career was off to a flying start.
He next turned up in a smaller role--as a stoned convenience store clerk who meets an untimely end--in C.W. Talkington's debut film, "Love and a .45" (1994), about a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde being chased across Texas. In Stacy Cochran's coming-of-age romance "Boys" (1996), Wiggins had a slightly larger role (and finally left Texas behind), as one of Lukas Haas' New England boarding s... Continue Bio >>
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