Excuse me while I play catchup. Largely without Internet right now.
Wrasse is one syllable, pronounced much like the alternate word for a donkey.
I have a six lined wrasse and he has never touched a bristle work to my knowledge. But please please please keep in mind that bristle worms are GOOD. Not just that, they're grrrreeat!! The single most beneficial organism you can have in your tank other than bacteria. They are the most efficient members of your cleanup crew. They may not be as pretty as an electric blue legged hermit crab but they are far more useful. You just have to take the time to appreciate their unique beauty. Don't think of them as worms, think of them as fuzzy caterpillars of the ocean. And learn to love them!
Two clowns and a bunch of inverts should be fine. Most hermits you find are safe. Avoid the giant ones for obvious reasons.
With clowns, always "try" to get one larger than the other. Best bet is to get the largest and the smallest in a tank.
Someone stop me! Please! But... not just yet...
55 Gal Tropical FW
55 Gal Mixed Reef