Bilingual actor-musician William graduated from Goldsmiths’ College in 1994 with an honours degree in Drama and French. Screen credits as actor include feature films; Didier, Martyr, The Wedding Ensemble, Fedz, Self Made and Close But No Cigar; many short films (notably); Avenue de Nullepart, Break Point, and Persona; in France; New Apple Pie, and Sans Frontières (Arté/La 5) and the role of Gregory Blaine in Doctors (BBC1). He is a gigging violinist and home studio composer.
Name: William Wolfe Hogan
Lives in: London, England
Occupation: Actor, Music Composer and Musician
Close But No Cigar
Film by Will Hutt (Drama) Actor Entangled in his Uncle's gambling affairs, Scott and his dim-witted companion, Joel, find themselves desperately strapped up in the company of dog thieves and an unsuspecting psychopath.
Film by Ray Wilson (Comedy and Romance) Actor After being bullied out of boarding school for being poor, Liam Hunter went on to make millions from creating a revenge website where jilted lovers post compromising 'selfies' sent to them by their exes. But when a picture of his fiancée with another man surfaces on his website, Liam decides to leave behind his superficial life and go in search of something real. On his journey, he meets and falls for Anna, a feisty ex-actress who had her career ruined by a selfie sent by her ex to Liam's website. Can Liam keep his past a secret and build a future with Anna? Written by Dominic Morgan
Film (short) by Nuzhat Jabinh (Comedy and Drama) Actor Sometimes it's good to talk to strangers.
Avenue to Nowhere
Film (short) by Jacob Migicovsky (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actor In 1961, as the Algerian war rages on, Gabrielle and Julien are determined to find a way out of Paris. Broke and hopeless, the couple attempt to steal money from local criminals and head for the coast. Now, they must fight for their lives and survive together for one final night, before their new life begins. Written by Jacob Migicovsky
Film by Q (Thriller) Actor Fedz tells the story of renegade London cop 'Mike Jones'. Suspecting corruption in the police force, Jones resigns and becomes a ticking time bomb as his old teammates hunt him down. In an attempt to redeem himself, he works hard to try and solve the case of a virus that has been released by a terrorist group. With an impressive cast and action-packed plot Written by VOICE NEWSPAPER & ONLINE
Film (short) by Ray Wilson (Drama and Thriller) Actor When Nick and Sam escape to the moors, they imagine that Nick will finally be able to let go of the nightmares that haunt him. But what begins as exactly that takes a sinister turn when Nick begins to crumble, and the arrival of an unexpected party drives them in a dark, and dangerous direction. Written by Anonymous
Film by Jason Croot (Drama) Actor Life in a café will never seem the same.
Television (Comedy and Drama) Actor Lives, loves, laughs and longings delivered directly to your phone in daily, byte-sized "appisodes". Secrets are unraveled, lies exposed, hopes crushed and true love ... ? Well, you'll have to wait and see! Follow four very different people as they embark on a series of extraordinary life-adventures in a brand new continuing drama series designed specifically for the 21st Century. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Michelle Tofi (War) Actor Sacrifice is a period drama set in Toulon, Southern France, November 1942. The film tells the story of a British priest and his faithful housemaid who become prisoners of three German paratroopers in their parish church. Ultimately it is a film about hope, and man's ability to survive against all odds. Written by Kimberley
Television (Drama) Actor The daily lives of staff at a Birmingham medical practice, including their often dramatic involvements with their patients.
Film by Shaun Troke (Horror) Actor An Innocent Man, Condemned by God, Persecuted for His Faith. Martyr is a controversial horror story based on the Book of Job from The Old Testament. Martyr tells the tale of John Banks, a devout catholic and lead singer in a band. When Lucifer convinces God to test John, Lucifer travels to him in the guise of talent agent. Immediately he sets about dividing the band, and then murders John's pregnant wife, Sarah. After tracking down Lucifer, his second test comes after he is subjected to hours of torture, and has to resist his friends' attempts to convince him to deny God. Alone and introspective, will John start to question his creator's motives? Written by Anonymous
Man Out of Time
Film (short) by Gurchetan Singh (Comedy) Actor