Bill Pullman

Bill Pullman

About Bill Pullman

Bill Pullman recently starred in the world première of Theresa Rebeck’s dark and funny new play Mad House, also starring David Harbour.

Best known for his film roles in Independence Day and While You Were Sleeping, Bill Pullman has also appeared in several plays off and on Broadway and numerous tv shows. He made is London stage debut opposite Sally Field in the 2019 revival of Arthur Miller’s iconic play All My Sons at the Old Vic Theatre.

Bill Pullman’s previous theatre roles

Bill Pullman’s theatre credits include two plays by Edward Albee, The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? on Broadway alongside Mercedes Ruehl; and Peter and Jerry off-Broadway for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play. He also appeared in the Broadway production of David Mamet’s Oleanna, co-starring Julia Stiles.

Bill Pullman’s film and tv roles

Bill Pullman’s extensive film career extends to over 70 feature films, 9 tv movies and numerous tv appearances.

He made his film debut in Ruthless People in 1986, and went on to feature in a string of hits in the 80s, 90s and early 2000s including Spaceballs, The Accidental Tourist, Sleepless In Seattle, While You Were Sleeping, Casper, Lake Placid, Lost Highway, The Grudge and Scary Movie 4.

Bill’s more recent films have included The Killer Inside Me, The Equalizer, Independence Day: Resurgence, The Equalizer 2 and Vice. Tv roles include The Sinner (as series regular Harry Ambrose), Halston, Ten X Ten, 1600 Penn, Innocent, Torchwood (as series regular Oswald Danes), Too Big to Fail, Nathan vs. Nurture, Revelations, American Masters, The Virginian, and Fallen Angels.

Mad House runs from 15 June until 4 September at the Ambassadors Theatre, London.

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