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Wilbur Wilde

Wilbur Wilde was born on October 5, 1955 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia as Nick Aitken. He is an actor and composer, known for Hey Hey It's Saturday (1971), Dead End Drive-In (1986) and Spicks and Specks (2005). See full bio »

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Known For

Hey Hey It's Saturday
Hey Hey It's Saturday Music Department
(1996-1999)
Dead End Drive-In
(1986)
Spicks and Specks
(2005-2008)
Silence of the Hams
Silence of the Hams Fu's Henchman
(1992)

Filmography

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 2015 Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane (TV Series)
Wilbur Wilde
- Dances with Wolves (2015) ... Wilbur Wilde
 2005 Laughing Stock
Goth rock concert promoter
 2005 MDA (TV Series)
Fred Diamond
- Second Chance: Part 3 (2005) ... Fred Diamond
 2002 Trojan Warrior
Archie
 2002 Shock Jock (TV Series)
 1992 Silence of the Hams (TV Movie)
Fu's Henchman
 1991 The Flying Doctors (TV Series)
Thursday
- Broken Promises (1991) ... Thursday
 1989 Pugwall (TV Series)
TV Compere
- The Final (1989) ... TV Compere
- The Talent Quest (1989) ... TV Compere
 1987 The Bit Part
Bikie
 1986 Dead End Drive-In
Hazza
 1986 Cool Change
Wally West
 1986 Jenny Kissed Me
Telcom repairman
 1984 The Gold and the Glory
Lead Singer
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Personal Details

Height:

6' 3" (1.91 m)
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Star Sign:

Libra

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