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Wilson Coleman (1873–1940)

Wilson Coleman was born on February 4, 1873 in Newick, East Sussex, England as William Wilson Coleman. He was an actor, known for Wednesday's Luck (1936), Flood Tide (1934) and Doctor Syn (1937). He died on March 24, 1940 in Brixton, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Wednesday's Luck
Flood Tide
Flood Tide Ben Salter
Doctor Syn
Doctor Syn Dr. Pepper, MD
The Black Tulip
The Black Tulip Cornelius de Witte


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 1940 Where's That Fire?
Doctor (uncredited)
 1939 A Girl Must Live
Mr. Joliffe
 1938 Alf's Button Afloat
Surg-Cmdr. Brown
 1938 Convict 99
Prison Doctor (uncredited)
 1938 Stepping Toes
Bob Burnham
 1937 Oh, Mr. Porter!
Minister of Public Communications (uncredited)
 1937 Doctor Syn
Dr. Pepper, MD
 1936 Toilers of the Sea
 1936 Wednesday's Luck
 1936 Blind Man's Bluff
Dr. Franz Morgenhardt
 1936 Mother, Don't Rush Me (uncredited)
 1935 Blue Smoke
Jasper Chinko
 1935 A Real Bloke
 1934 Kentucky Minstrels
 1934 Borrow a Million
 1934 Flood Tide
Ben Salter
 1934 Lest We Forget
 1934 Music Hall
Mr. Davis
 1934 Grand Prix (uncredited)
 1934 Say It with Flowers
 1933 Doss House

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