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'''Wilson Cruz''' {{born|27|December|1973}} is the American actor who portrays [[Doctor]] [[Hugh Culber]], rank of lieutenant commander, in {{s|DIS}}. [http://twitter.com/wcruz73/status/913178080880889861] His character is a [[medical officer]] of the {{USS|Discovery}} and the love interest of Lieutenant Commander [[Paul Stamets]], the character played by [[Anthony Rapp]]. [http://trekcore.com/blog/2017/08/stlv-interview-sam-vartholomeos-and-wilson-cruz-join-starfleet-for-star-trek-discovery/] He shared a dance with a pre-teen [[Mary Chieffo]] at a wedding, since he is a good friend of Chieffo's mother Beth. ([[Episode 9 (After Trek)]])
 
'''Wilson Cruz''' {{born|27|December|1973}} is the American actor who portrays [[Doctor]] [[Hugh Culber]], rank of lieutenant commander, in {{s|DIS}}. [http://twitter.com/wcruz73/status/913178080880889861] His character is a [[medical officer]] of the {{USS|Discovery}} and the love interest of Lieutenant Commander [[Paul Stamets]], the character played by [[Anthony Rapp]]. [http://trekcore.com/blog/2017/08/stlv-interview-sam-vartholomeos-and-wilson-cruz-join-starfleet-for-star-trek-discovery/] He shared a dance with a pre-teen [[Mary Chieffo]] at a wedding, since he is a good friend of Chieffo's mother Beth. ([[Episode 9 (After Trek)]])
   
Cruz was the featured studio guest in the [[Episode 4 (The Ready Room)|fourth episode]] of {{s|TRR}}, discussing his character's resurrection from the grave in [[DIS Season 2|season two]] of the series.
 
 
== Career ==
 
 
Born in New York City with Puerto Rican heritage, he started his acting career by starring in the TV series ''My So-Called Life'' in 1994-1995. Cruz made his film debut in the 1995 biopic ''Nixon'', surrounded by fellow alumni [[Robert Beltran]], [[Bill Bolender]], [[Richard Fancy]], [[Annette Helde]], [[Michelle Krusiec]], [[Saul Rubinek]], and [[Paul Sorvino]]. Cruz followed with the 1996 telefilm ''On Seventh Avenue'', with [[Stephen Collins]], [[Ronald Guttman]], [[Josh Pais]], and [[Anthony Zerbe]]. That year Cruz costarred in the sex comedy ''Johns'', with [[Tony Epper]]. In 2005, Cruz appeared in ''Bam Bam & Celeste'' with [[John Cho]]. 2006 had Cruz in the comedy ''Coffee Date'', costarring [[Leigh Taylor-Young]]. None of Cruz's later films made as much of a dent in the box office like his debut, but then Cruz was cast in the hit 2009 film ''He's Just Not That Into You'', joined by [[Googy Gress]] and [[Cristine Rose]].
 
Born in New York City with Puerto Rican heritage, he started his acting career by starring in the TV series ''My So-Called Life'' in 1994-1995. Cruz made his film debut in the 1995 biopic ''Nixon'', surrounded by fellow alumni [[Robert Beltran]], [[Bill Bolender]], [[Richard Fancy]], [[Annette Helde]], [[Michelle Krusiec]], [[Saul Rubinek]], and [[Paul Sorvino]]. Cruz followed with the 1996 telefilm ''On Seventh Avenue'', with [[Stephen Collins]], [[Ronald Guttman]], [[Josh Pais]], and [[Anthony Zerbe]]. That year Cruz costarred in the sex comedy ''Johns'', with [[Tony Epper]]. In 2005, Cruz appeared in ''Bam Bam & Celeste'' with [[John Cho]]. 2006 had Cruz in the comedy ''Coffee Date'', costarring [[Leigh Taylor-Young]]. None of Cruz's later films made as much of a dent in the box office like his debut, but then Cruz was cast in the hit 2009 film ''He's Just Not That Into You'', joined by [[Googy Gress]] and [[Cristine Rose]].
   
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