David G. Wilson
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David G. Wilson
David G. Wilson
OccupationProducer, screenwriter
EmployerEon Productions
Parent(s)Michael G. Wilson
Jane Wilson
RelativesLewis Wilson (grandfather)
Albert R. Broccoli (step-grandfather)

David Gregg Wilson is a British screenwriter and assistant producer for the James Bond movie series and an executive producer of the James Bond video games.[1]


David G. Wilson, the son of Michael G. Wilson, is head of Creative & Business Affairs for Eon Screenwriters Workshop Ltd, as well as Vice-president of Global Business Strategy for Eon Productions.[2] He is also CEO of Shared Experience Art Machine Ltd.[]

He has worked in feature film production since 1992 on 11 films, starting out as an assistant director on Japanese low- and medium-budget features in Tokyo, where he worked with director Shohei Imamura.[] He has worked on five James Bond movies, including as script editor on Quantum of Solace and assistant producer on Casino Royale.[]

James Bond franchise

VP Global Business Strategy for Eon Productions.

Assistant Director, GoldenEye[3]

Assistant Producer for Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli

Video games

Executive Producer, GoldenEye 007[4]

Executive Producer, GoldenEye Reloaded[5]

Executive Producer, James Bond 007: Blood Stone[6]

Executive Producer, 007 Legends


  1. ^ Campbell, Zoe (1 December 2011). "Bond Video Games Rebooted - GoldenEye 007: Reloaded". Offscreen. Archived from the original on 21 April 2013. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ Fletcher, JC. "007 Legends has a Licence to Die Another Day". Joystick.com.
  3. ^ "GoldenEye Cast & Crew List". IMDB.
  4. ^ "GoldenEye 007 Multiplayer Trailer Released". Wirebot. Archived from the original on 16 December 2012.
  5. ^ "007 GoldenEye Reloaded Credits". Moby Games.
  6. ^ Calvin, Chang. "007 Bloodstone Credits". Moby Games.

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