|Chief Officer Wilde (from 2012 Miniseries)|
|Full Name||Henry Tingle Wilde|
|Date of Birth||21 September 1872|
|Date of Death||April 15, 1912 (aged 40) Atlantic Ocean|
|Cause of Death||Died of Hypothermia or Drowned|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Destination||New York, U.S.A.|
On 9th April, All officers meet in a conference room on board he ship. Wilde is announced to become Chief Officer, current Second Officer David Blair is discharged off the Titanic, and Murdoch and Lightoller both go down one rank.
On the Sunday of the maiden voyage, he is on the bridge with Bruce Ismay, Captain Smith and First Officer Murdoch. Smith wants to sail on full speed. Ismay tells that White Star offers reliability and luxury and speeding is not necessary. After Ismay leaves the bridge to bed, Smith says they will see about that. Wilde looks pleased. Although Murdoch is in the opposite opinion, they got some warnings about ice. Smith also leaves the bridge and goes to bed.
Wilde is with Captain Smith on Bridge and told him: We've made contact with Carpathia, sir, and they're coming. But they're four hours away. Smith is surprised that mysterious ship on horizont didn't respond on their call. Lightoller came on bridge with request lowering lifeboats but Smith looks with no concern for it. Lightoller remind him in what situation they are. Wilde turn at Lightoller surprised he argues with captain and Wilde says: I think we should wait to hear what the captain has to say. Lightoller understand that these two are out, and take the situation into his own hands.
Wilde is on the bridge with Murdoch and he asks what speed they are running at. Murdoch answers just over 21 knots. Wilde knows Captain Smith will be pleased. However Murdoch has doubts about the Captain's decision, Ismay told them that White Star deals in luxury, not speed. Wilde quickly answer that Ismay is an old "woman". Murdoch is also afraid because the sea is like a millpond, meaning, no foam at the base of a rock or an iceberg, and the lookouts don't have binoculars. Murdoch simply thinks of Smith's whole idea as "damn stupid". Wilde warns him that he can find himself in brig if he continues like that.
After the collision, Wilde orders Steward Taylor to lock First class cabins, he doesn't want steerage passengers to be able to loot. Taylor says: Might as well go to the thieves as the fishes. Wilde answers: That's exactly the kind of talk we neither want nor need.