Bill just became SAG/AFTRA eligible. He began acting by way of the theater. He now enjoys auditioning for film, print, and commercials. His agentcy is CAM Talent in Columbus, Ohio. One can see a video of Bill on the CAM Internet site. It is on Page 3 as of this posting, under, Bill K. It is not a dramatic monologue. Just an introduction to face and personality.
My acting range in film is unknown to me at this time. In theater i have played, Virgil in Bus Stop, a cowboy, and King Joesph in Amedeus. My favorite role was Elwwood P. Dowd in Harvey, and i won Best Actor for the year with the company.
I also paint and draw and have been in several juried shows recently.I feel i could work as a story board artist in film if the need arose. My last film was in Sand Castles, filmed in Goshen, Ind. I played the heavy. I am working on a screenplay with an artist as the lead. No I don't see myself playing the part. The screen play is being written with me also drawing out the scenes as I write. It is a blend of my two talents.
I am also trying to post more info on this site, but time and being a bit tech challenged is slowing the process. I am busy for i am going to WV this week for a commercial shoot.I am applying to compete in the Arnold. Weightlifting show in Columbus, held each Spring. Not as a weight lifter, but to draw the figures of the weight lifters. I am getting better at tasking many things at once. I am finding out that trying to put together a screenplay helps me in reading scripts and sides and then make choices in how to create a character.
I will be signing up with IMDb, once i get more credits in SAG/AFTRA films. I currently have three on the site and can be seen by calling up SAND CASTLES. I play Dale Heading. I just finished a WV Lottery shot in Charleston, WV, it was a SAG/AFTRA gig and was time well spent. Maybe the best crew and cast i have ever had the honor to be a part of. When on a set i really enjoy meeting a talking with everyone in the film process. I can't believe i have the good luck to be involved with such a creative art form. I have loved film since seeing GWTW as a 12 year old boy.
Unique traits: I have been told i have a "rubber face", by several directors. I can look veryfunny, or rather evil. It is relative and depends also on lighting etc. I am still very active. I play disc golf. I am able to down hill ski. Taken many spill learning and never broke a bone. I feel capable of doing minor stunts. In my last film i learned how to take a hit to the head with a hammer. I am beaten to death in my final scene. In other film last this summer I learned to drive a car on a real highway while doing the scene with the other actor.
The Wind is Watching
Film by Conrad Studios, Conrad Faraj Driver
Film by Oceanus Productions, Clenet Verdi-Rose Dale Heading/Supporting role
West Virginia Lottery Spot
Commercial by Image Associates, Tim Kendall Principal
Bong Of the Living Dead
Film by Backward Slate Productions, Max Groah, Director Support role, Old Man Farnlacher
Internet by Ben Brown Security Guard, Support
Film (short) by Multi Media, Rachel Hohenfield Jack
Here Lies Luther
Film (short) by Multi Media, Ben Volk Rev. Howe
Film (short) by Kenyon College Film Department, David Vick Lead Actor
Journey of Kane
Film by Tobias Roediger Bogart
3 Easy Payments
Film by Reel Buckeye Productions Mr. Bailey
The Truck Driver
Film (short) by Room 101 Productions Mr. Hanford
People Choice Award in Bus Stop
Best Actor in Harvey
Ohio Universiy, Athens