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For the camera department technician, please see Michael Wilkinson (production staff).

Michael Wilkinson (3 July 194028 July 2017; age 77) was an actor who appeared as a literary reception guest in the Star Trek: The Next Generation fifth season episode "Time's Arrow". He received no credit for this appearance.

Wilkinson worked as an actor for over three decades and had featured and background roles in Who's the Boss? (1988), The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988, with Ricardo Montalban, Raye Birk, Tiny Ron, Nicholas Worth, Lawrence Tierney, Brett Bartlett, Rick Seaman, Mark Holton, Joey Banks, Len Felber, Robert Herron, George Sasaki, and Joel Schultz), the Cheers episodes "How to Recede in Business" (1988, with Kirstie Alley, Kelsey Grammer, Lee Allen, Michael Braveheart, Robert Buckingham, Lemuel Perry, Mark Reilly, and Rebecca Soladay) and "A Bar Is Born" (1989, with Kirstie Alley, Kelsey Grammer, Lee Allen, Rebecca Soladay, John Rice, Melba Gonzalez, David B. Levinson, Lorine Mendell, Natalie Wood, and Casey Kono), and The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear (1991, with Jacqueline Brookes, Anthony James, Tim O'Connor, Peter Mark Richman, Don Pugsley, Manny Perry, Alex Zimmerman, John Fleck, Robert Buckingham, Kaye Wade, Michael Stanhope, Theresa St. Clair, Thomas J. Booth, Sherry O'Keefe, Peter Eastman, Suzanne Lodge, Bruce Dobos, Lisa Nunziella, Deano Georgio, Rudy Morrison, Maria Doest, Allan Graf, Jane Austin, Natalie Wood, Jophery C. Brown, Sonia McDancer, Mary Peters, Jadie David, Clay Hodges, Don Pulford, Phil Adams, Bruce Barbour, Charlie Brewer, Bobby Burns, Phil Chong, Eugene Collier, Kerrie Cullen, Bud Davis, Donna Garrett, Al Goto, Shawn Lane, Vincent Mazzella, Jr., Dwayne McGee, Bill McTosh, Eric Norris, Peewee Piemonte, J.P. Romano, Laurence Rosenthal, Ed Anders, Lynn Salvatori, Chuck Clow, and Bobby Aldridge).

Further appearances include Mars Attacks! (1996, with Paul Winfield, Willie Garson, Michael Reilly Burke, Valerie Wildman, Richard Irving, Vinny Argiro, Gregg Daniel, Jeanne Mori, Frank Welker, Greg Bronson, Robert Buckingham, Faith Burton, Maria Celeste Genitempo, Adolphus Hankins, Jana Karson, Tami Peterson, Jerry Quinn, and Brian J. Williams), Cybill (1997), Primary Colors (1998, with Brian Markinson, John Vargas, Robert Symonds, Scott Burkholder, Robert Easton, Henry Woronicz, Greg Bronson, and Gary Pike), Letters from a Killer (1998, with Olivia Birkelund, Tina Lifford, Mark Rolston, Don Stark, Scott Lincoln, Alan Echeverria, Frank Diresta, Brad Blaisdell, Greg Bronson, Marcy Goldman, Kevin Grevioux, and Marilyn Monrovia and directed by David Carson), Stuart Little 2 (2002, with Rachael Harris and Greg Bronson), Old School (2003, with Patrick Fischler, Harve Presnell, Job Alonso, Andy Dick, Terry O'Quinn, and Ray Uhler), Hancock (2008, with David Mattey, Akiva Goldsman, Elizabeth Dennehy, Gregg Daniel, Jack Axelrod, Marc Geschwind, Michelle Lenhardt, Sumalee Montano, Tang Nguyen, and Darryl Stewart), The Mentalist (2012, with Ator Tamras, Robert Buckingham, Scott Hill, and Steve Carnahan), and A Thousand Words (2012, with Eddie Murphy, Lou Saliba, Matt Winston, David Burke, and Leslie Augustine).

Wilkinson died of cancer on 28 July 2017 at the age of 77.

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