Trey Wilson, a character actor who appeared on stage and screen in recent hits from "Raising Arizona" to "Bull Durham," died Monday in New York of a cerebral hemorrhage at age 40. Wilson also appeared in "A Soldier's Story," "F-X" and "The House on Carroll Street." Two other films - "Welcome Home" and "Miss Firecracker" - have not yet been released, along with the just-completed "Great Balls of Fire," the Jerry Lee Lewis story.