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|Actor||Matthew Austin Murray|
|Age||Late 20's to mid 30's|
|Occupation||U.S. Military Soldier|
|First Appearance||"Walk With Me"|
|Last Appearance||"Live Bait" (Corpse)|
|Cause of Death||Shot to death by Woodbury soldiers.|
|Wilson being shot up by Woodbury Soldiers.|
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- "All right, stay alert."
- —Wilson taking orders from Corporal Brady as the Governor arrives.[src]
Almost nothing is known about Wilson's life before or as the outbreak began apart from that he was a soldier in the U.S. Military, as well as the National Guard.
Wilson was seen with a group of soldiers being approached by The Governor of Woodbury as he set his M4 Carbine with a Grenade Launcher ready. The soldier was greeted by The Governor, who informed the convoy that he had recovered Lieutenant Welles. Wilson then witnessed Corporal Brady being shot by The Governor. After the Corporal's murder, he had no time to react as they were ambushed and killed by the Woodbury soldiers.
After the downfall of Woodbury and the massacre of The Woodbury Army at the hands of the very man who created it. The Governor, Martinez, and Shumpert went back to the site where they had slaughtered Corporal Brady's men and set up camp. The bodies of the corporal and his men were seen almost fully devoured. That night, Martinez and Shumpert abandon The Governor and leave him little supplies to live off of.
After being ambushed by the Woodbury soldiers due to the reveal of their location to The Governor, Wilson was shot dead, several bullets cutting through his upper body. He tumbled off the Humvee he was positioned on, falling to the ground.
This list shows the victims Wilson has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies.
- "Walk With Me" (No Lines)
- "Live Bait" (Corpse)
- Wilson was never credited or identified through dialogue, nor did he have speaking lines. His character's name only exists through his identification tag on his uniform.