William Hootkins

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William Hootkins

William Hootkins was an American actor.

William Hootkins has sometimes been credited as Bill.

William Hootkins was born William Michael Hootkins on July 5th, in Dallas, Texas, United States. His zodiac sign was Cancer.

He died on Sunday, October 23rd, 2005 at the age of fifty-seven (57) in Santa Monica, California, United States.

As an actor, William Hootkins has performed in movies such as Death Machine, released in 1995 in which he portrays John Carpenter, Hardware (1990) portraying Lincoln Wineberg Jr., Crusoe (1989) (Auctioneer), American Gothic (1988) playing Teddy, Biggles (1986) portraying Chuck, and Town & Country (2001) (Barney).

Filmography

2005

Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story
, starring T. Allen, S. Baker, N. Barber, A. Barnett...

2004

Dear Wendy
Directed by: T. Vinterberg, starring J. Bell, B. Pullman, M. Angarano, D. Gordon...

Blessed
Directed by: S. Fellows, starring H. Graham, J. Purefoy, F. Flanagan, A. Mckenna...

2001

The Breed
Directed by: M. Oblowitz, starring A. Paul, B. Woodbine, L. Bai, P. Halász...

Town & Country
Directed by: P. Chelsom, starring W. Beatty, D. Keaton, G. Hawn, G. Shandling...

2000

The Miracle Maker
Directed by: D. W. Hayes, S. Sokolov, starring R. Fiennes, M. Bryant, J. Christie, R. Callard...

1999

The Omega Code
Directed by: R. Marcarelli, starring C. Van Dien, M. York, C. Oxenberg, M. Ironside...

1995

Gospa
Directed by: J. Sedlar, starring M. Sheen, M. York, M. Fairchild, P. Guilfoyle...

Death Machine
Directed by: S. Norrington, starring B. Dourif, E. Pouget, W. Hootkins, J. Sharian...

Funny Bones
Directed by: P. Chelsom, starring O. Platt, J. Lewis, L. Evans, L. Caron...

 

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