Bill Weeden Biography
Bill Weeden is an American theatre and screen actor, as well as a comedic writer and songwriter. Weeden is a multi-award winning actor, writer, composer, performer who has acted in numerous films, including the Troma cult classic “Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.”
Bill Weeden Age
Bill was born William John Weeden on August 8, 1940, in Melbourne, Florida, United States. He is 83 years old as of August 2023.
Bill Weeden Height
He stands at a height of 5′ 9″ (1.75 m) tall.
Bill Weeden Family- Education
Weeden was born and raised, in Melbourne, Florida. He graduated from Yale University in 1962.
Bill Weeden Spouse- Wife
Bill has been married to his wife Dolores McDougal since
Bill Weeden Career
Weeden is well-known for his work in genre films, having appeared in a number of Troma projects and other independent films, notably Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. (1990). The New York Post dubbed him “Troma Olivier” for his performance. Weeden played the serial killer Hamilton Fish in Rachel Mason’s rock opera The Lives of Hamilton Fish (2013), whose existence is juxtaposed with that of the politician of the same name. Weeden is the only actor in Byron Jones, a “slow cinema” film. In the parody film Psycho Ape!, Weeden played the protagonist, Dr. ZOOmis, opposite Kansas Bowling. Weeden is well-known for his work in genre films, having appeared in a number of Troma projects as well as other indie films.
Weeden is the composer of the Broadway show Hurry, Harry (which opened in 1972) and also contributed to the Broadway show I’m Solomon (which opened in 1968). Weeden played Hucklebee in the final performance of The Fantasticks on Sullivan Street, which closed in 2002. He was also included in Try to Remember: The Fantasticks, a documentary on the show’s history. For the New York production group Playwrights Horizons, he created two original musical revues with performing and writing colleagues David Finkle and Sally Fay (as Weeden, Finkle & Fay) as well as Babar’s Birthday, a children’s musical for Theatreworks/USA. The three also toured as major market entertainers for a Fortune Magazine-organized presentation designed expressly to entertain and court potential advertisers,even earning front-page coverage.
Weeden’s songs, as well as his other collaborations, are featured in the musical revue Into the Weeds: Selections from the Bill Weeden Songbook. Weeden has also appeared in an East Village outdoor production of As You Like It, George Bataille’s Bathrobe, The Magnificent Ambersons, an Atlantic City production of Little Shop of Horrors, The Rocky Horror Show, The Wizard of Oz, and Damn Yankees. Weeden (together with Finkle and Fay) wrote numerous songs for Martin Charnin’s 1987 off-Broadway musical The No-Frills Revue. Weeden has written comic material for Lily Tomlin, Carol Channing, Stiller & Meara, Dick Shawn, Madeline Kahn, and others, often with writing partner David Finkle.”Part of the Problem (The Inflation Song)” by Weeden, Finkle, and Fay was released on 7″ vinyl.
Weeden has frequently worked with Upright Citizens Brigade, including the comedy film “Author Wrote a F***ing Book,” a parody of James Patterson ads written by Achilles Stamatelaky and produced by Ryan Hunter. Weeden appeared as the father of correspondent/comedian Jordan Klepper in a 2015 edition of “The Daily Show.” He has narrated a number of audio novels, frequently in collaboration with his wife, Dolores McDougal. Weeden wrote and sang “One Big Team” for the 1988 New York Yankees’ Old Timer’s Day, and Tony-winning Broadway performer James Naughton performed it on the YES Network’s Yankees Magazine in 2006. Weeden joins horror filmmakers and actors like Larry Fessenden and Amy Seimetz in voicing the horror “radio” series Tales from Beyond the Pale.
Bill Weeden Net Worth
Bill has an estimated net worth of 3 million dollars.
Bill Weeden Movies
Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. (1990)
Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000)
Never Again (2001)
Try to Remember: The Fantasticks (2003)
Bill W. (2012)
The Lives of Hamilton Fish (2013)
The Ungovernable Force (2015)
Are We Not Cats (2016)
Shakespeare’s Sh*tstorm (2020)
Psycho Ape (2020)
Ramekins: Ramekin II (2021)
The Once and Future Smash (2022)