Casey Wilson is an American actress, comedian and screenwriter. She was nominated twice for the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Penny Hartz in the ABC comedy series Happy Endings.
Casey Wilson was born on 24 October, 1980 in Alexandria, Virginia. Her father Paul O Wilson is a political strategist and consultant who runs campaigns for Republican party and mother Kathy Higdon was a womem’s rights advocate and during the 1980s, she was the chairwoman of the National Women’s Political Caucus (NWPC). Her mother retired from politics and then switch to a career in early childhood education. In 1991, she became the director of Alexandria, Virginia’s childcare and development centres. At the age of 54 , she died of heart failure in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware on Sep 1, 2005.Her parents were both politicians, and she attributes this to her parents’ political opposition. She has a younger brother, Fletcher. She was raised as a Baptist and is of Irish and Italian descent. Wilson began her acting studies at the Stella Adler School of Dramatic Arts with the intention of becoming a dramatic actress, but after the advice of an acting coach, she shifted her focus to humour. Wilson and her undergraduate best friend, June Diane Raphael, began studying improvisational comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York City after graduating from NYU in 2002, where they finally ran their two-woman sketch show for several years.
Wilson began her comedy career as a writer and performer with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and then in Los Angeles. “Mr. and Mrs. All-Star,” “Sentimental Lady,” and “Hey, Uncle Gary!” were her Harold improv teams at UCB. The long-running two-woman sketch show Rode Hard and Put Away Wet, written and performed with her comedy partner and best friend June Diane Raphael, was one of her most well-known works at UCB; the show ran in New York and Los Angeles from 2003 to 2006 and was an official selection at the 2005 US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.Wilson and Raphael’s humorous cooperation has subsequently expanded into a successful film and television writing career. They co-wrote their debut screenplay for Bride Wars, a comedy in which they also appeared as extras. Wilson made her cinematic acting debut as a student in the 2006 Christopher Guest film For Your Consideration’s last scene. She has since appeared in Julie & Julia, C.O.G., The Breakup Girl, The Guilt Trip, Killers, The Brothers Solomon, Freak Dance, The Great Buck Howard, and Derek & Simon: A Bee and a Cigarette, directed by Bob Odenkirk. She also appeared in David Fincher’s thriller Gone Girl (2014), Susan Sarandon’s 2016 dramedy The Meddler, and the 2019 comedy Always Be My Maybe.Wilson and Raphael co-wrote and starred in Ass Backwards, a comedy starring Alicia Silverstone, Jon Cryer, Vincent D’Onofrio, Paul Scheer, and Bob Odenkirk. Wilson’s theatrical and stage work includes performing in the 2010 rotating cast of Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron’s Off-Broadway production Love, Loss, and What I Wore at Manhattan’s Westside Theatre. Wilson and June Diane Raphael created The Realest Real Housewives, a comedy stage performance in which they co-star with Jessica St. Clair, Melissa Rauch, Danielle Schneider, and Morgan Walsh. Wilson featured opposite Eliza Coupe, Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally, and Damon Wayans in the ABC ensemble comedy series Happy Endings as Penny Hartz. Wilson teamed up with her husband David Caspe once more on the NBC sitcom Marry Me, which ran from 2014 to 2015. Wilson’s other television appearances include guest roles on Black-ish, How I Met Your Mother, The Mindy Project, Drunk History, Grey’s Anatomy, Fresh Off the Boat, Kroll Show, Bored to Death, Comedy Bang! Bang!, The Middle, and The League; she has also had voiceover roles in the animated comedy programmes American Dad!, Animals., Archibald’s Next Big Thing, Family Guy, Glenn Martin, DDS, and The Life & Times of Tim. Wilson wrote and directed the short film Daddio, which starred Michael McKean, in 2019. Wilson appeared in the Apple TV+ miniseries The Shrink Next Door in 2021, alongside Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, and Kathryn Hahn, and was based on the popular Wondery podcast of the same name.
Casey Wilson’s marital status is married. She married to comedy writer David Caspe. Couple married on 25 May 2014 in Ojai , California and now lives in Los Angeles. They have two sons Max Red Caspe and Henry Bear Caspe
Casey Wilson is gorgeous personality having height of 5 ft 8 inches tall and weight around 54 kg. She has beautiful mesmerizing grey color eyes with black hair.
Casey Wilson’s source of income come from acting . She has estimated net worth is $2 million as of year 2022.