While living in California, William taught Autistic and Down Syndrome children and adults to ride horses.
In college William had dreams of becoming a stuntman. Although he chose to become an actor instead, to this day, he does most of his own stunts when a role requires them.
William originally signed a two year contract with Guiding Light, but after only 43 episodes his character was written off the show.
William graduated from Ohio University.
William received his training at the ABC Comedy Workshop and The Groundlings Theatre. He also studied with Jeff Corey, Darryl Hickman, and Candy Herman.
In 1989, William won an L.A. Weekly Critic's Award in the category of "Best Actor" for his work in The Melville Boys.
William has two younger brothers.
William spent three weeks in Alaska helping to clean animals after the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989.
William's theater credits include:
- A Midsummer Night's Dream
- The Merchant of Venice
- The Miracle Worker
- Lovers and Other Strangers
- The Melville Boys
- A Brush With Fate
William's hobbies include snow skiing, water skiing, rollerblading, play guitar, writing poetry, and scuba diving.
William is 6' with brown hair and blue eyes.
William: I don't think society should advance its technology before we are spiritually caught up to it. Let's let our spirituality catch up to our technology before we go and open Pandora's box and can never shut it again.
William: I have always been fascinated by this cloning thing, but especially after my role on Guiding Light, where I was involved with the controversial cloning storyline. I really think it is within the realm of possibility that at some lab out there, there are experiments with humans being cloned.
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