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Hal Wilson’s height is 5ft 8in (1.73 m)

Hal Wilson is American actor

Best Known For Movie: The Price Paid
Height: 5ft 8in (1.73 m)
Born: October 2, 1861, New York City, New York, United States
Filmography: Treasure Island (1934), Divorce Made Easy (1929), Smilin’ at Trouble (1925), Sundown (1924), The Love Master (1924), Main Street (1923), Blaze Away (1922/I), Forget Me Not (1922), According to Hoyle (1922), Nan of the North (1922), The Secret Four (1921), Charge It (1921), The Unknown Wife (1921), Isobel or The Trail’s End (1920), Dinty (1920), Whispering Devils (1920), The Marriage Pit (1920), Everybody’s Sweetheart (1920), Hell’s Oasis (1920), The Branded Four (1920), Suds (1920), The Hidden Badge (1919), Easy to Make Money (1919), To the Tune of Bullets (1919), The Captive Bride (1919), Kingdom Come (1919), The Jest of Talky Jones (1918), The Home Trail (1918), Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers (1918), Betty and the Buccaneers (1917), The Man Trap (1917), Your Boy and Mine (1917), The Midnight Man (1917), Her Official Fathers (1917), The Dummy (1917), Betsy’s Burglar (1917), Jim Bludso (1917), The End of the Tour (1917), The Little Yank (1917), The Bad Samaritan (1916), Intolerance: Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916), The Little School Ma’am (1916), Casey at the Bat (1916), The Missing Links (1916), The Sable Lorcha (1915), The Fool’s Heart (1915), Brand Blotters (1915), Stepping Westward (1915), The Long Shift (1915), The Mystery of Grayson Hall (1914), The Aztec Treasure (1914), Bransford in Arcadia; or, The Little Eohippus (1914), The Price Paid (1914), The Renunciation (1914), The Stirrup Brother; or, The Higher Abdication (1914), The Bar Cross Liar (1914), Whom God Hath Joined (1914/I), The Caballero’s Way (1914), The Heart of Carita (1914), The Governor’s Veto (1913), A Puritan Episode (1913), Rob Roy (1913), Greasepaint Indians (1913), The Little Minister (1913), A Leap Year Proposal (1912), Doctor Bridget (1912), The Awakening of Bianca (1912), Six O’Clock (1912), Romance of a Rickshaw (1912), The Model for St. John (1912), His Official Appointment (1912), Faithful Unto Death (1912), Popular Betty (1912), The Higher Mercy (1912), The Bond of Music (1912), Written in the Sand (1912), The Cross Roads (1912), At the Eleventh Hour (1912/I), A Juvenile Love Affair (1912), Leap Year Proposals (1912), The Spider’s Web (1912), The Greatest Thing in the World (1912), Old Love Letters (1912), At Scrogginses’ Corner (1912), The Unknown Violinist (1912), His Mother’s Shroud (1912), The Great Diamond Robbery (1912), Cardinal Wolsey (1912), A Timely Rescue (1912), Indian Romeo and Juliet (1912), The Blind Miner (1912), The Younger Brother (1911/I), His Last Cent (1911), Wisteria Memories (1911), Heroes of the Mutiny (1911), A Message from Beyond (1911), Lady Godiva (1911), One Flag at Last (1911), The Three Brothers (1911), The Clown’s Best Performance (1911), Two Wolves and a Lamb (1911), The Old Folks’ Sacrifice (1911), The Woes of a Wealthy Widow (1911), Two Overcoats (1911).
Other Names: Harold H. Wilson, Harold Wilson
Astrological Sign: Libra
Occupation: Actor
Died: May 22, 1933, Los Angeles, California, United States
Spouse: Ethel Harbord (m. ?–1933)
Movies: The Model for St. John, The Cross-Roads, Suds,

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