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Ian Wilson (actor)

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Ian Wilson
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Ian Macrae Hamish Wilson

(1901-07-02)2 July 1901
Hampstead, London, England
DiedDecember 1987 (aged 86)
Exeter, Devon, England
Years active1914 – 1973 (film)

Ian Macrae Hamish Wilson (2 July 1901 in Hampstead, London – December 1987 in Exeter, Devon) was an English small role actor who appeared in over 145 films during his career.[1] Most were small uncredited roles often playing meek public servants, professional men or busy bodies.[2] Film appearances included The Plank 1967, The Day of the Triffids 1962, Carry On Jack 1963, Two-Way Stretch 1960, Hell Drivers 1957, The Ugly Duckling 1959 and Rotten to the Core 1965.[3] His first film appearance was in the silent A Master of Craft in 1922, and his last was in The Wicker Man in 1973.[4] Several of his films were made by the Boulting brothers, who considered him a "good luck charm."[2] Wilson died in December 1987 in Devon.[5]

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Selected filmography


  1. ^ "Ian Wilson".
  2. ^ a b "Ian Wilson | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos".
  3. ^ "Ian Wilson".
  4. ^ "Ian Wilson | Movies and Filmography".
  5. ^ McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. ISBN 9781526111968.

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