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Actor

Bill
Smitrovich

Bill Smitrovich is excited to be part of the Geffen family and this great American classic. A stage, film and television actor for over 30 years, Bill Smitrovich started his professional career in the world premiere of Arthur Miller’s The American Clock and since has continued to return to the stage in between leading roles in television series such as Life Goes On, Law & Order, The Practice, Millennium, Crime Story, Miami Vice and Nero Wolf Mysteries. His films are numerous; among them are Thirteen Days, The Rum Diary, Air Force One, Independence Day, Splash, Seven Pounds, Crazy People, Iron Man and Bill was seen last summer, in a short, but critical cameo in Seth MacFarlane’s film Ted. Broadway: The American Clock, Arthur Miller. Off Broadway: The premier of A.R. Gurney’s Far East (Lincoln Center), Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune at West Side Arts, The Elephant Man at The Performance Garage (SOHO). Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival; Skin of Our Teeth, A Winter’s Tale and Far East. The West Coast premiere of C. Churchill’s A Number at A.C.T. in S.F. Seattle Rep, People’s Light and Theatre Co., with Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, Of Mice and Men at the Hong Kong International Arts Festival ’85.