Wilson Coleman

Wilson Coleman (18731940) was a British actor. Years active: 1891 to 1940.

He started his stage career in 1891, playing juvenile and heavy parts. He worked with Barry Jackson for five years. He toured both North and South America as well as South Africa. His hobbies were anything mechanical, electrical and optical, giving him the knowledge to invent his own camera for taking moving pictures. This led to him being in the photographic section of the RFC in World War I.

Partial filmography


  • Film Star Who's Who on the Screen 1938

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