Why didn't they show Wilson's face on Home Improvement?
The reason Wilson hid his face on Home Improvement was because Tim Allen wanted to pay homage to a neighbor from his childhood whom he couldn't fully see over a fence. Wilson's mysterious appeal on Home Improvement came from the fact that his face was always obscured, adding to his popularity as a character.
What happened to Wilson on Home Improvement?
Wilson was portrayed by Earl Hindman across 202 Home Improvement episodes that aired between 1991 and 1999. The actor died of lung cancer in 2003, at 61.
Why was Home Improvement cancelled?
The series ended after eight seasons in 1999. Richardson was offered $25 million to do a ninth season; Allen was offered $50 million. The two declined the offer and the series came to an end as a result.
What was Mr Wilson's first name on Home Improvement?
Wilson W. Wilson, Jr.Earl Hindman was an American actor from Arizona. His most famous role was that of helpful neighbor Wilson W. Wilson, Jr. in the popular sitcom "Home Improvement" (1991-1999).
Is Wilson's face ever shown in Home Improvement?
In a way, this was a clever workaround, because Wilson's face was never revealed in the Tim Allen - who recently finished up Last Man Standing - series, but "Backstage Pass" allowed curious audiences the chance to finally see "Wilson's" face.