For more than thirty years, Bill’s voice students have worked in TV and Film, Broadway and National Tours, Animation, Video Games, Theme Parks.
A member of SAG-AFTRA and Actor’s Equity, began professional career in 1979 as a song and dance man in commercials for McDonald’s, AC-Delco and King Cola;
As theatre producer, honored by the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Production 1991 “Present Laughter” at the Melrose Theatre;
Originated the lead role of Tom Ambrose in Joe DiPietro (“Memphis”) and Jimmy Roberts’ (“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”) world premiere “The Thing About Men,” at Tim & Buck Busfield’s B Street Theatre in Sacramento;
Wrote and produced the hit BMG children’s album “Musical Beans; Animal Songs for Children” which sold 60,000 units in the U.S. in less than 10 months;
Created and developed a ground-breaking music theory program for elementary schools called “Music In Action,” which taught sight-reading skills in rhythmic notation utilizing drumsticks and hip hop loops. The program was licensed to school districts including Burbank, Las Virgenes, and Simi Valley along with private schools;
Garry Marshall (“Happy Days,” “Pretty Woman”) exec produced the hit children’s musical “Marshall & Haller’s Snow Queen” at his Falcon Theatre in Toluca Lake which enjoyed two extensions and starred a very young Ben Platt;
His musical parody, written with Kelly Holden-Bashar, “The Real Drunk Housewives of the San Fernando Valley,” ran for eight months in Hollywood;