Bill Carter

Bill Carter

Bill Carter was a British actor.

Bill Carter was born Arthur William Carter Jr. on December 20th, in England, United Kingdom. His zodiac sign was Sagittarius.

He died on Monday, October 30th, 1995 at the age of seventy-six (76) in Palm Beach, Florida, United States.

As an actor, Bill Carter has been seen in movies such as "Dragonwyck", released in 1946 (Man), "Where Do We Go from Here?" (1945).



Directed by: J. L. Mankiewicz, starring G. Tierney, W. Huston, V. Price, G. Langan...


Where Do We Go from Here?
Directed by: G. Ratoff, starring F. MacMurray, J. Leslie, J. Haver, G. Sheldon...


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