The Screen Actors Guild’s Hollywood division has selected Scott Wilson to receive its Ralph Morgan Award for service to the guild’s Hollywood members.

Wilson, a SAG member for more than 40 years, will receive the nod at the guild’s Hollywood mid-year membership meeting on May 19 at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City. Award is named for SAG’s first president.

SAG noted that Wilson has taken a leading role in resolving major issues such as the task force that created Global Rule One, the guild’s internal rule requiring members to work under SAG contracts anywhere in the world. He’s served on numerous other guild committees over the past two decades and is a member of the SAG National Low Budget Committee.

Wilson’s credits include “In the Heat of the Night,” “In Cold Blood,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Junebug” and “The Last Samurai.” He has a recurring role on “CSI.”