Tony Bill

Actor · Director · Producer
IVA Star Rating : 65
Gerald Anthony Bill is an American actor, producer, and director. He produced the 1973 movie The Sting, for which he shared the Academy Award for Best Picture with Michael Phillips and Julia Phillips. As an actor, Bill has had supporting roles in films including Come Blow Your Horn (1963), Shampoo (1975), Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985), and Less Than Zero (1987). read more

Gerald Anthony Bill is an American actor, producer, and director. He produced the 1973 movie The Sting, for which he shared the Academy Award for Best Picture with Michael Phillips and Julia Phillips. As an actor, Bill has had supporting roles in films including Come Blow Your Horn (1963), Shampoo (1975), Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985), and Less Than Zero (1987). He made his directorial debut with My Bodyguard (1980), and has since directed movies like Six Weeks (1982), Five Corners (1987), Crazy People (1990), Untamed Heart (1993), and Flyboys (2006). He often cast Dudley Moore in his films.

Birth Name

Gerard Anthony Bill

Born

Friday, 23 August 1940

Actor Filmography

Hal Self 2018
A Classy Broad Himself 2016
Salinger Himself 2013
Casting By Himself 2012
Leverage Pierson 2008
Must Love Dogs Walter 2005
Law & Order: Trial by Jury Kurt Lascher 2005
Inside Deep Throat Himself - Producer, The Sting 2005
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood Himself 2003
Lying in Wait Detective Mike / Miss Cray 2001
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

Hal Self 2018
A Classy Broad Himself 2016
Salinger Himself 2013
Casting By Himself 2012
Leverage Pierson 2008
Must Love Dogs Walter 2005
Law & Order: Trial by Jury Kurt Lascher 2005
Inside Deep Throat Himself - Producer, The Sting 2005
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood Himself 2003
Lying in Wait Detective Mike / Miss Cray 2001
Naked City: Justice with a Bullet Mickey Calvin 1998
The Fixer Million Dollar Lawyer 1998
Barb Wire Foster 1996
A Home of Our Own Doctor 1993
The Killing Mind Thomas Quinn 1991
Less Than Zero Bradford Easton 1987
CBS Summer Playhouse Travis 1987
Citizen Steve Himself - Actor 1987
Pee-wee's Big Adventure Terry Hawthorne 1985
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Steve 1985
Moonlighting Scott Hundley 1985
Murder, She Wrote Mark Lee Reynolds 1984
St. Elsewhere Brian Whitehill 1982
Hotel Mike 1982
Washington Mistress Alan 1982
Portrait of an Escort Beau Simpson 1980
The Little Dragons Niles 1980
Heart Beat Dick 1980
Are You In The House Alone? Neil Osborne 1978
The Initiation of Sarah Paul Yates 1978
What Really Happened To the Class Of '65? Sam Ashley 1977
Having Babies II Aaron Canfield 1977
Washington: Behind Closed Doors Adam Gardiner 1977
Las Vegas Lady Bob 1975
Shampoo Johnny Pope 1975
Haunts of the Very Rich Lyle 1972
Cade's County Willie Ball 1971
Flap Eleven Snowflake 1970
Bracken's World Justin Williman 1969
Castle Keep Lt. Amberjack 1969
Ice Station Zebra Lt. Russell Walker 1968
How to Steal the World Steven Garrow (archive footage) 1968
Never a Dull Moment Florian 1968
The Joey Bishop Show Himself 1967
The Road West Andy Wilkins 1966
You're a Big Boy Now Raef del Grado 1966
BBC Play of the Month Biff, Lee Harvey Oswald 1965
Marriage on the Rocks Jim Blake 1965
The Loner Jody Merriman 1965
I Spy Gary 1965
Run for Your Life Charlie Carson 1965
For the People Buddy 1965
None But The Brave Air Crewman Keller 1965
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Steve Garrow 1964
Theatre 625 Grayson Hinks 1964
Soldier In The Rain Pfc. Jerry Meltzer 1963
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Tony Pitts 1963
Mr. Novak Chris Herrod 1963
Come Blow Your Horn Buddy Baker 1963
The Virginian Clipper Ellis 1962
Ben Casey Paul Crain 1961
Dr. Kildare Thomas Hartwood, Tom Hartwood, Dr. Thomas Hartwood 1961
Bonanza Charlie Two 1959
The Magical World of Disney Florian 1954

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Producer Filmography

1974 Oscar Best Picture Won
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