|Portrayed By||Cullen Douglas|
|First Appearance||"The Big Game"|
|Last Appearance||"The Itch"|
Doctor Tony Wilson is a minor recurring character on Criminal Minds.
Absolutely nothing is known about Wilson, other than he got a job as a coroner in Atlanta. He has shown members of the BAU the bodies of victims whenever they investigate cases in Atlanta.
The Big GameEdit
Wilson shows Prentiss the bodies of Dennis and Lacy Kyle, a couple killed by Tobias Hankel. He describes the wounds on the Kyles' bodies as actual slash wounds targeting the aortas, which meant that the Kyles bled to death quickly. Wilson then remarks that it is exactly how a hunter would finish off his prey, allowing the BAU to create a geographical profile of the unsub revolving around the area surrounding Atlanta.
Wilson reappears in this episode. He shows Reid and JJ the body of Albert Stillman and says that duct tape residue was found on his wrist, ankles, and neck. He also adds that fragments of his skin were found under his fingernails, most likely inflicted from scratching himself, which indicates that he was using heroin when he was abducted.
- Wilson is the fourth of eight characters in a medical profession to appear more than once in the show's history. The others are:
- Doctor Sherman, who appeared in the Season Six episodes Valhalla and Supply and Demand.
- Doctor Ray Mathis, who appeared in the Season Six episode The Stranger, then reappeared in the Season Eight episode The Pact.
- Doctor Stacey Carroll, who appeared in the Season Seven episode Epilogue, then reappeared in the Season Eight episode The Fallen.
- Doctor Weiss, who appeared in the Season Eight episode The Replicator, then reappeared in the Season Ten episodes Fate, Nelson's Sparrow, and The Hunt.
- Doctor Pat Lewis, who appeared in the Season Nine episode The Inspiration, then reappeared in the Season Eleven episode Awake.
- Doctor Samuel Bayo, who appeared in the Season Six episode Sense Memory, then reappeared in the Season Eleven episode A Badge and a Gun.
- M.E. Cranston, who appeared in the Season Seven episode There's No Place Like Home, then reappeared in the Season Eleven episode The Sandman.