Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson may refer to:

*F. Paul Wilson (born 1946), American science fiction and horror author
*R. Paul Wilson, a sleight of hand expert
*Paul Wilson (baseball), a pitcher in Major League Baseball
*Paul Wilson (cricketer), an Australian cricketer
*Paul Wilson (criminologist), an Australian criminologist
*Paul Wilson (decathlete), a New Zealand decathlete
*Paul Wilson (footballer born 1956) (born 1956), English former footballer
*Paul Wilson (footballer born 1960) (born 1960), English former footballer
*Paul Wilson (footballer born 1964) (born 1964), English former footballer
*Paul Wilson (footballer) (born 1968), English former footballer
*Paul Wilson (footballer born 1977) (born 1977), English former footballer
*Paul Wilson (music theorist), American music theorist and professor
*Paul Wilson (musician), bassist for the indie rock band Snow Patrol
*Paul Wilson, Baron Wilson of High Wray (1908–1980), British engineer, Lord Lieutenant, and governor of the BBC
*Paul Wilson, a former member of the Czech rock band The Plastic People of the Universe and current writer and translator
*Paul Wilson, the original baritone vocalist from The Flamingos
*Paul Wilson, a member of the Absolute production team and a song writer
*Paul Wilson, meditation teacher, author of "The Little Book of Calm"

See also:
*Paul Willson, actor


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