Terry Wilson

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Terry W. Wilson (born September 3, 1923, in Huntington Park, California; died March 30, 1999, in Canoga Park, California) was an American actor most noted for his role as "Bill Hawks", the assistant trailmaster, in 267 episodes of the NBC and ABC television Western series, Wagon Train, which aired from 1957 to 1965. Wilson also appeared in more than thirty-five films and television programs between 1948 and 1981. In 1956, he had an uncredited role as a robber in Clint Walker's Cheyenne, the first television Western in an hour-long format. Wilson was with Wagon Train for the entire eight seasons and worked with all the other stars on the program, including Ward Bond, Robert Horton, John McIntire, Robert Fuller, Frank McGrath, Denny Scott Miller, and Michael Burns. After Wagon Train, Wilson appeared in several other westerns, including ABC's Custer and Hondo in 1967, in Don Knotts' The Shakiest Gun in the West in 1968, the film Dirty Dingus Magee in 1970, in four episodes of NBC's The Virginian in 1970 and 1971, in the James Garner picture Support Your Local Gunfighter in 1971, once on CBS's Gunsmoke in 1972, and twice in Richard Boone's Hec Ramsey in 1973 and 1974.
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