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A native New Yorker, Michael G. Wilson (Producer) graduated from college as an electrical engineer. He then studied law at Stanford University, later becoming a partner in a prestigious Washington D.C., New York law firm and a specialist in international taxation.

Wilson joined Eon Productions in a legal-administrative capacity in 1972 and was named assistant to the producer on The Spy Who Loved Me. He received his stripes as Executive Producer on Moonraker and continued with that credit on the following two Bond films. His creative abilities are evident in that he co-wrote For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View to a Kill, The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill. He became co-producer with his stepfather, the late Albert R. Broccoli on A View to a Kill, continuing with The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill.

When James Bond returned to the screen after an absence of six years in GoldenEye, Michael Wilson produced the hugely successful film with Barbara Broccoli. He is recognized as a leading international expert on early photography. He keeps his extensive collection in London, loaning out rare material to museums, galleries and exhibitions around the world.

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