Wilson Grey (born Wilson Chaves, December 10, 1923 - October 3, 1993) was a Brazilian actor known to play minor characters in several films. With a career that spanned for over 40 years, he was a constant figure in many productions through various phases of Brazilian cinema, from the popular musical comedies known as "chanchadas" in the 1950s to the Cinema Novo movement. Grey is known for his work on "O Segredo da Múmia" (1982), "A Dança dos Bonecos" (1986) and "As Sete Vampiras" (1986). "O Segredo da Múmia" was one of the few feature films where he played the main character in his entire career.
A rarity among Brazilian actors, Grey hardly ever appeared on a TV series or soap-operas. His career consisted mostly of films (more than 100).
Place of Birth:Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil