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Bill Pullman is an American actor of film, stage, and television. He is best known for his roles in the films Ruthless People, Spaceballs, The Accidental Tourist, Sleepless In Seattle, While You Were Sleeping, Casper, Independence Day, Lost Highway and Lake Placid. His notable television appearances include Revelations, Torchwood: Miracle Day, 1600 Penn, and The Sinner. His theater credits include The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, Oleanna, The Other Place, and All My Sons. Born William James Pullman on December 17, 1953 in Hornell, New York, to parents Johanna and James Pullman, he is of English, Northern Irish, and Scottish descent on his father’s side, and of Dutch descent on his mother’s side. He graduated from the Hornell High School in New York. After graduating from Hornell High School in 1971, Pullman pursued a Masters of Fine Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in Massachusetts. He made his film debut in the 1986 film Ruthless People. He has been married to Tamara Hurwitz since January 3, 1987. They have three children.
Body Measurements Table
Look below and behold the body statistics of Bill Pullman. The table covers bra size, height, weight, shoe size, and more!
|Height:||6′1½” (187 cm)|
|Weight:||192 pounds (87 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Unknown|
I did this play, ‘Expedition 6,’ that I worked on for three years in between other things. It was a good, interesting time for me because I trained as a theater director, and I went back, and we toured it around.Bill Pullman
I like those crisis moments – if you’re on top of it and don’t get pulled under by panic and fear, it’s a very bonding thing.Bill Pullman
With modern medicine prolonging life no matter what condition you’re in, it seems like we’re working towards immortality by science.Bill Pullman
If I were born in the 1700s, I would look like a rounded man.Bill Pullman
I’m fascinated by movies and enjoy that, of course, but always, the measure of how you are functioning in the arts was theater.Bill Pullman