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Also Known As: Died:
Born: August 23, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Diego, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1963:
Film acting debut in "Come Blow Your Horn"
1965:
TV acting debut in episode of "Ben Casey"
1966:
British TV acting debut in title role of "Lee Oswald--Assassin" (BBC)
1971:
Co-founded and operated Bill/Phillips Productions with Julia and Michael Phillips
1972:
Produced first feature, "Deadhead Miles", written by Terence Malick; shelved and unreleased until 1982
1973:
First released film as producer (with Julia and Michael Phillips), "Steelyard Blues"
1973:
Joined Tomorrow Entertainment as a producer and consultant
1973:
Founded Tony Bill Productions
1975:
First film as solo producer, "Hearts of the West"
1980:
Film directing debut, "My Bodyguard"
:
Formed Market Street Productions, a complete post-production facility
1982:
Directed Dudley Moore in "Six Weeks"
1987:
Played Andrew McCarthy's father in the teen drama, "Less Than Zero"
1987:
Directed Jody Foster and Tim Robbins in "Five Corners"
1990:
Once again directed Dudley Moore in "Crazy People"
1993:
Helmed "Untamed Heart," with Christian Slater and Marisa Tomei
1993:
Helmed "A Home of Our Own", a film about a single Mom (Kathy Bates) and her 'tribe' of six kids struggling to make ends meet in 1950s Idaho
1996:
Returned to acting in "Barb Wire," opposite Pamela Anderson
1998:
Produced the Showtime drama, "The Fixer" starring Jon Voight
2000:
Helmed the Emmy-nominated made for television feature "Harlan County War" (Showtime)
2006:
Directed the World War I adventure "Flyboys," a historical war film documenting the cloud-cutting adventures of America's very first fighter pilots

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