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  • Bill or William Smith

    • jesse
    • 2011-03-31

    Though often playing a thug, bad, William is any but, of Amercian Indian Heritage, he began work in films as a child in bit parts, after serving in the Air Force as a lanquage expert in the Korean war, he went to college earning a master's degree, his first major film role was as Debbie Reynolds boy friend in the Mating Game, he went on a star in the 1961 stared in the TV series Asphalt Jungle, in the mid 1960's he was one of the stars of the popular TV Western Laredo, after Laredo he did many TV, Film appearences, in 1976 he became TV's most popular Villian on the series Rich man Poor Man, he played in Coan the Barbarian as Coan's father, he has continued on making films and TV appearences since then, he also was a champion Boxer in the Air Force, was placed in the bodybuilding hall of fame, and is a expert in asian martial arts.

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