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Charlie Wilson was born on June 1, 1933 in Trinity, Texas, USA as Charles Nesbitt Wilson. He was married to Barbara Alberstadt and Jerry Wilson. He died on February 10, 2010 in Lufkin, Texas. See full bio »


(age 76) in Lufkin, Texas, USA

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60 Minutes Himself - Former Representative (segment "Charlie Did It")


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Former Democratic United States Representative from the 2nd congressional district in Texas who was the inspiration for the film Charlie Wilson's War (2007). See more »


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