|Chief Officer Wilde (from 2012 Miniseries)|
|Full Name||Henry Tingle Wilde|
|Date of Birth||September 21st, 1872|
|Date of Death||April 15th, 1912|
|Cause of Death||Drowned|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Destination||New York, U.S.A.|
Chief Officer Wilde is a main character, minor antagonist in 2012 Miniseries and Senior Officer of RMS Titanic
Wilde was 5′ 10″ (1.77 m) tall, white male. He was balding with short, dark hair. He had green eyes. During his appearances on the show, he wore an officer's cap and uniform.
Wilde was Chief Officer for Captain Smith in Olympic, and is drafted in at the last minute to fulfil the same role on Titanic at Captain Smith's behest. This sudden change of personnel causes the so-called "officer reshuffle", which reassigns the rank and duties of the other officers just before the ship sails - not helpful when disaster strikes.
Wilde is introduced in the second episode of the mini-series as he is brought onboard as the new Chief Officer on orders from the White Star Line. Lightoller (now demoted to Second Officer) express concern over the move to bring over a new officer since he, Murdoch, and David Blair have already have establish their positions. However, Wilde tells Lightoller that since he has experience as Chief Officer on the RMS Olympic and that since both ships are identical, he can handle to job. With that, David Blair is removed from the ship.
He is shown as an arrogant officer who sides with Captain Smith when it comes to increasing the speed of the Titanic, insulting Ismay behind his back, threatens to put Murdoch in the brig for being outspoken against the order to increase speed, and after the collision with the iceberg; Wilde refuses to act when Lightoller asks to lower the lifeboats because Captain Smith is in a state of shock and wondering why a ship nearby is not responding to their distress calls. Lightoller decides to launch the lifeboats without much permission to.
His last appearance is in the episode four is in a First Class corridor with Steward Taylor telling him to lock the cabins so none of the Third Class passengers would steal from the cabins. Taylor tells Wilde that they should allow the Third Class passengers to "go to the thieves as the fishes". Wilde finds Taylor's remark distasteful telling him "That's exactly the kind of talk we neither want nor need."
Wilde's death is not shown in the mini-series.
This portrayal is the most antagonistic portrayal Chief Officer Wilde. In real-life, Captain Smith wanted Wilde as Chief Officer of the Titanic not the White Star Line. The mini-series shows that Wilde is confidant that he can work on Titanic as Chief Officer. However, Wilde did not want to go on the Titanic stating in a letter to his sister than he had a "queer feeling" about the Titanic. His family begged him to work on the Titanic, since he could get his masters license and might succeed as the second Captain of the Titanic.
Wilde in Episode 2 informing Captain Smith about the RMS Carpathia responding to their distress calls, but it was Harold Bride (who is not shown in the mini-series) the man who reported to Captain Smith about the Carpathia answering their distress calls and heading to rescue the survivors.
His attitude around Murdoch is also wrong, he was good friends with Murdoch in real life and felt bad about replacing Murdoch's original position.