Bill Curran was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on January 26, 1928. Bill had a short career over a long period of time. One of earliest appearance was on “I-Spy” 1967, filmed in Europe. A few years later he starred in “Graveyard of Horror” aka “The Butcher of Binbrook”, 1971, a very creepy Spanish horror. In 1979 he appeared in “Jaguar Lives”, as a gangster, and more recently had a role in 2005's “Into the Maelstorm”, as a dead body. To say his career was sporadic is an understatement. I can’t even say for sure if his credits are complete. The IMDb even manages to list his birth date incorrectly, 1968, two years after his first acting roles. He appeared in only one in the Euro-western 1974's “The Spikes Gang” as Gillis.
CURRAN, Bill (aka B. Curran) [1/26/1928, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. - ] – film, TV actor.
The Spikes Gang – 1974 (Gillis)
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