Trey Wilson

Highest Rated: 97% Bull Durham (1988)
Lowest Rated: 44% Twins (1988)
Birthday: Jan 21, 1948
Birthplace: Not Available
American stage and film actor Trey Wilson first gained a measure of public exposure on a very short-lived satirical TV series, The News Is the News, in 1983. Though only in his mid-thirties, Wilson's gravelly voice and bulky frame enabled him to play a variety of middle-aged toughs. He was seen in this capacity as Jimmy Hoffa in the 1985 TV miniseries Robert F. Kennedy and His Times. Wilson's least menacing screen role was as Skip, the laconic minor league baseball manager, in 1988's Bull Durham. Trey Wilson died the following year of a cerebral hemmorhage; he was barely 40 years old.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
63% Great Balls of Fire Sam 1989
No Score Yet Welcome Home Col. Barnes 1989
73% Miss Firecracker Benjamin Drapper 1989
44% Twins Beetroot McKinley 1988
89% Married to the Mob Franklin 1988
97% Bull Durham Joe 'Skip' Riggins 1988
67% The House on Carroll Street Lt. Sloan 1988
60% End of the Line Sheriff Maxie Howell 1987
91% Raising Arizona Nathan Sr. 1987
88% F/X Lt. Murdoch 1986
No Score Yet Marie FBI Agent 1985
No Score Yet Scandal Sheet Actor 1985
96% Places in the Heart Texas Voice 1984
90% A Soldier's Story Col. Nivens 1984
No Score Yet Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now Shorty Rollins 1982
No Score Yet The Vampire Hookers Actor 1978
No Score Yet Drive-In Gifford 1976

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Law & Order
1990-2010
Cosmatos
  • 1990

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