Shea Whigham has parlayed his work in the Terrence Winter-Martin Scorsese series Boardwalk Empire into a co-starring role in The Wolf Of Wall Street, which Winter wrote and Scorsese is directing. Whigham, who plays a big role in the upcoming David O Russell-directed Silver Linings Playbook, is shooting the Terrence Malick film Knight Of Cups with Christian Bale, and is reprising his role in The Fast And The Furious 6. He most recently was in the Sean Penn-starrer This Must Be The Place. Whigham is represented by CAA and Principal.
‘Boardwalk Empire’s Shea Whigham Joins ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’
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