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Bill Pullman was born on December 17, 1953 in the American town of Hornell, who is in New York. His parents were doctors but his family had several children. Some of his brothers and sisters were also doctors, but Bill did not want to continue the family tradition. After graduating in school, he enrolled at the Technical College, then studied at the University for a degree in theater arts, then he entered the directing department. Having successfully completed his training, Bill Pullman became a teacher of theater arts. In addition to teaching, he began performing in various theater productions. Then while Bill Pullman has performed on Broadway.

In 1986, he largely accidentally fell into a great movie, starring in the legendary sitcom "Ruthless People," directed by Jerry Zucker. This role is strongly influenced his fate. After a while Bill Pullman moved to Los Angeles. Until 1987, he went on to play in the theater. In the same year he again had the luck to work with famous comedians Mel Brooks in a parody of science fiction film "Star Wars" under the name of "Spaceballs" .This pattern gave rise to the acting career of Bill Pullman. He began to invite well-known directors in good projects.
The rapid rise of Bill Pullman as an actor occurred in the early 90s, virtually every tape of this period, he played a major role. In his filmography including such paintings as "brain dead", "Unsinkable", "brothers and sisters, rivals-rivals", "alone", "Newsies." In 1992, Bill Pullman starred in the adventure comedy "League of Their Own." Then he successfully acted in the films "hassle" and "Crazy Love." Bill Pullman has played in the film box office in 1993, called "ready for anything", where his partners were Nicole Kidman and Alec Baldwin.
In the mid-90s, Bill Pullman was at the peak of his career. At this time, the audience and critics praised his work in the TV series "Fallen Angels," a short film, "Phone", the film "Sommersby," the comedy "Sleepless in Seattle." By this time, his record was listed more than twenty paintings, including a fantastic action movie "Independence Day", in which he played the role of President of the United States. Wielding powerful charisma, Bill Pullman is constantly creating the big screen strong characters, giving them a bright personality traits.