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|Born:||August 23, 1940||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||San Diego, California, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
RATE AND COMMENT
Film acting debut in "Come Blow Your Horn"
TV acting debut in episode of "Ben Casey"
British TV acting debut in title role of "Lee Oswald--Assassin" (BBC)
Co-founded and operated Bill/Phillips Productions with Julia and Michael Phillips
Produced first feature, "Deadhead Miles", written by Terence Malick; shelved and unreleased until 1982
First released film as producer (with Julia and Michael Phillips), "Steelyard Blues"
Joined Tomorrow Entertainment as a producer and consultant
Founded Tony Bill Productions
First film as solo producer, "Hearts of the West"
Film directing debut, "My Bodyguard"
Formed Market Street Productions, a complete post-production facility
Directed Dudley Moore in "Six Weeks"
Played Andrew McCarthy's father in the teen drama, "Less Than Zero"
Directed Jody Foster and Tim Robbins in "Five Corners"
Once again directed Dudley Moore in "Crazy People"
Helmed "Untamed Heart," with Christian Slater and Marisa Tomei
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
Returned to acting in "Barb Wire," opposite Pamela Anderson
Produced the Showtime drama, "The Fixer" starring Jon Voight
Helmed the Emmy-nominated made for television feature "Harlan County War" (Showtime)
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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