Bill Pullman Net Worth

Bill Pullman Net Worth is
$18 Million

Bill Pullman Biography

$18 Million: He produced his film debut in the 1986 film Ruthless People, and offers since gone to star in additional films, such as for example Spaceballs (1987), WHEN YOU Were Sleeping (1995), Casper (1995), Independence Day (1996) and Lost Highway (1997). He in addition has appeared regularly on tv, usually in movies and miniseries, though he also got a starring part in the one-season display 1600 Penn. Pullman is definitely wedded to Tamara Hurwitz plus they have three kids. Hurwitz is of component Norwegian descent. He co-owns a cattle ranch along with his brother in Montana, close to the city of Whitehall, where he lives part-time. In 1996 he was selected for the part of the president of america in the film known as “Independence Day”. That yr he also performed the part of Doctor Giordano within an American tv series Cagney & Lacey. His father’s family members descends from England, and his maternal grandparents immigrated from holland. After graduating from Hornell SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in 1971, he attended the Condition University of NY at Delhi (SUNY Delhi) and the Condition University of NY at Oneonta in the 1970s. He ultimately received his Masters of Great Arts from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He continued to superstar in “Spaceballs”, “The Serpent and the Rainbow”, “WHEN YOU Had been Sleeping” and the 1996 strike “Independence Time”. In the time of 2001-2002 he was showing up in the Broadway creation known as “The Goat, or Who’s Sylvia? Bill loves to joke that occasionally when he is employed in a ranch, which he owns regarding his brother’s family members, this disability in fact proves useful. A calendar year later he had a significant role in Shed Highway (1997) and voiced Korso in the animated post-apocalyptic film Titan A. In 1996, he performed the president of america in the sci-fi disaster film Independence Time. Other notable movies included the business lead in Spaceballs (1987), The Serpent and the Rainbow (with Zakes Mokae), even though You Were Sleeping (1995). ~$0,57 per second.. His newer films have already been The Grudge and Scary Film 4 (the latter intensely spoofing The Grudge though Pullman’s function spoofed The Village). All movies earnings listed below. ~$1500000 monthly; ~$346153,85 weekly;”. or ~$34,25 each and every minute;E. NAME : William James Pullman Elevation : Weight : Time of Birth, Age group : December 17, 1953 Birth Place : Hornell, NY, U.S. Will Smith

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Quick Facts

Full NameBill Pullman
Net Worth$18 Million
Date Of BirthDecember 17, 1953
Height1.87 m
ProfessionVoice Actor, Film director
EducationHornell Senior High School, State University of New York at Oneonta, State University of New York at Delhi, University of Massachusetts Amherst
SpouseTamara Hurwitz
ChildrenMaesa Pullman, Jack Pullman, Lewis Pullman
ParentsJames Pullman, Johanna Pullman
AwardsExcellence Award
NominationsDrama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Lead Actor, Visiting Production, The Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play, Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play
MoviesIndependence Day: Resurgence, Independence Day, While You Were Sleeping, Spaceballs, Lost Highway, Sleepless in Seattle, Casper, Ruthless People, The Serpent and the Rainbow, Zero Effect, The Last Seduction, Lake Placid, The Equalizer, The Accidental Tourist, The Grudge, Bottle Shock, Malice, Scary Movie 4, Igby Goes Down, Brokedown Palace, Newsies, Mr. Wrong, American Ultra, A League of Their Own, Bringing Up Bobby, Titan A.E., Sommersby, Wyatt Earp, Lola Versus, The Killer Inside Me, You Kill Me, Phoebe in Wonderland, The Guilty, Nobel Son, The End of Violence, Dear Wendy, The Favor, Brother Nature, Too Big to Fail, Singles, Alien Autopsy, Lucky Numbers, Rio Sex Comedy, Rocket Gibraltar, Tiger Cruise, Liebestraum, Sibling Rivalry, Mistrial, May in the Summer, Spy Games, Cymbeline
TV Shows1600 Penn, Torchwood, Revelations, The Tracey Ullman Show

Interesting Facts

1 Inducted into the Steuben County [New York] Hall of Fame.
2 Bill's father had Northern Irish, English, and Scottish ancestry, partly by way of Canada (Bill's paternal grandmother was from Toronto, Ontario). Bill's maternal grandparents, Albertas Blaas and Helena Rookus, were Dutch immigrants.
3 Appearing in Edward Albee's play, The Goat (Winner - Best Play 2002 Tony Awards). [June 2002]
4 Considers Liebestraum to be one of his best films.
5 His dad was a doctor and city coroner.
6 Is the sixth of seven children. His father was a doctor and his mother a nurse.
7 Appeared in both Cold Feet (1989) and Bright Angel (1990) during the time he was teaching at Montana State University in Bozeman. "Bright Angel" is one of the few films in which he played a bad guy. "Cold Feet" was shot in Livingston, MT, only 30 miles or so from Bozeman, and "Bright Angel" was shot entirely in and around Billings, MT.
8 Attended the State University of New York at Oneonta in the mid-'70s, but did not graduate. However, he was guest speaker for the Oneonta graduating class of 1992.
9 Children: Maesa (b. 1988), Jack (b. 1989), Lewis (b. 1993)
10 Lost his sense of smell after a head injury and two-day coma.
11 Currently co-owns a ranch in Montana with his brother.
12 Received an honorary doctorate of fine arts on 24 May 2008 from The University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
13 While teaching at Montana State University one of his students was director John Dahl. Later Dahl gave him a role in his film The Last Seduction (1994).
14 Brother teaches English at Ithaca High School in Ithaca, NY
15 When promoting Independence Day (1996) in South America, some people actually thought he was the President of the United States,


1 Gravelly voice


1 [on hosting tractor square-dancing] It was so gonzo. The men drove and the women carried flags, and they looked like Amazon goddesses coming in.
2 I don't like this instinct of reality television to wear your lifestyle in public. I've always really loved the anonymity of things.
3 If I were born in the 1700s, I would look like a rounded man. Jefferson defined a home as being a house and a garden. I think I was born out of my time...Well, maybe the time is coming back to me.
4 The thing about acting is it's the one thing that gets me immersed in other things. I always come back to acting.
5 People are always touching different parts of the elephant, and they think they define the elephant. Some people think I'm obsessed with working with old tractors. Others see that in my free time I'm putting on these vaudevilles, and Yung [Chang] gets to think I'm obsessed about fruit.
6 (2013, on getting into acting) I was going to college on kind of a vocational program for carpentry, and it was largely an act of rebellion at the time. It was '71, I didn't want to go to an Ivy League college, and I was just looking to do something different. But then I went to an audition with a bunch of refrigeration students who were trying out for a play, and I got cast by a guy who became a lifelong friend. I said, "Okay, maybe I'll do a couple of plays..." And he said, "No, you're not going to do any of these things you thought you were gonna do. You're going to the college that I went to and getting a degree in theater. It's a good life. You'll like it." So I did that.
7 (2013, on making The Serpent And The Rainbow) That was my third movie, and I thought, "Boy, movies are gonna be so exotic!" Because we went to Haiti and then to the Dominican Republic, and then we had a riot on the set! That movie was such an experience. But I've remained friends with Wade Davis, who wrote the original book and who's almost exactly my age, and I just found that whole world of ethnobotany and the anthropological work, the country, the music... It was all just mesmerizing to me. I still have a lot of artifacts from that set and from that experience in my house. It was a very iconic experience for me.
8 (2013, on Zero Effect) That one, I think, is one of my faves, because it was just such an experience. I had met Jake Kasdan when he was 13, on the set of The Accidental Tourist, and I really loved getting to know him. Then later, when I was on Wyatt Earp and he was doing a documentary about the film, I spent time with him there, and he said, "I want to be a writer, and someday I might want to write a script for you." I said, "Oh, really?" Thinking, "That'll never happen." And gosh darn, when he was 21, all of a sudden I get an offer for Zero Effect. I just love his sensibility, and his whole approach. It was a great honor to work with him. That's another case of working with the father and then the offspring. I feel very rich having been able to do that.
9 (2013, on working with John Candy in Spaceballs) I think about him every movie I do, because he was generous and selfless, and in a way that I really don't run into very much in life. He was so good with the crews and just very generous, giving them things. And I've always tried to remember that with every movie and every project.
10 (2013, on landing Ruthless People) That movie role happened because the dye job that I had from a play was growing out, and I was unconscious of that. To me, it was just, like, I had to be blond to be this Russian tank commander, and now it's changing. But the Zucker brothers... I was in for the audition, and they were laughing at weird places, and then they called me back and cast me as Earl. I asked, "What was that all about?" My agent said, "Well, I don't know what it was, but they love you, and they want you to keep your hair exactly that way."
11 (2013, on Singles) Well, that was really a surprise all the way along. First I turned down the part, and Bridget Fonda and Cameron Crowe said, "No, you gotta! You really wanna be in this, Bill. It'll be great!" And I said, "I don't want to do it! I really don't want to do it!" And they said, "Why?" And I told my agent, "Don't tell them anything, just say, 'No, thank you,' because I don't want to make them feel bad that I'm turning them down, but I just can't." But they kept asking, "Why?" So I finally explained that it's because he was a plastic surgeon, and my father was a doctor, and he'd been a blood-and-guts doctor all his life, and he'd always talked about the "vanity surgery" and that it was people making a lot of money off of medicine in a way... He really deeply abhorred the kind of wealth that came to those doctors. So I said, "That's why." And I got on the phone with Cameron and explained it, and he said, "Well, everything you've said, I want to have in the movie." So he wrote that into the movie. He ended up slicing [the part] way down, but there was still that thing about, "This is my last time, I've gotta get out of this business, I just don't believe in it, my father was a doctor," and all that. So it was a really personal thing. And on that note, the other thing about Singles is that my part was quite a bit larger. It was this kind of full romance that we had, as an older guy with a younger girl, and then I'm going through all of this ambivalence about doing that because we're such different cultures and everything. And then there was a break-up period where I come to the door, and Bridget had been instructed that, if you're having trouble breaking up with someone or they're breaking up with you, then just imagine them in a very compromising circumstance. So I did all these scenes where I came to up to the door, and suddenly I was in a clown outfit, or I'm talking to her earnestly about breaking up while I'm covered in slime and dirt. And we shot all these epic things, but then I get a call from him before it was screened, and he said, "Bill, I just want to tell you, I had to cut all that because I was following six characters. Bridget's one thing, but you come in late, and it was just too much story, so we had to cut it down." So of course I said, "No problem," but in a way it actually made the part better. It was a real "less is more" learning moment for me. Because we never have the full-blown affair in the film, but in our behavior around each other in the film, there's this connection and intimacy and joy of each other's company that came about.
12 (2009) Theater has always been most important to my psyche. It's what I was trained in. I went out to L.A. to do a film and then got hooked by the adventure. With movies and TV, I'll take a lot of things, but with theater, I have to make good choices because I'll end up staying for a long time. When audiences see a bad show, they may say, "I want my two hours back." I've been in plays where I think, I want my six months back.
13 (1996, Movieline Magazine) I do take lots of time off between projects, but when the right thing comes along, I don't like to turn it down, I've been doing this for a decade, and I remember what it was like when I started. You spend maybe five percent of your time actually doing it, and the rest of the time, you're trying to get that five percent. I just wasn't built for that, the waiting-to-work business. And now, suddenly, I am fully employed. Things are going great. The Last Seduction, Sleepless in Seattle and While You Were Sleeping did a lot to get me noticed for bigger roles. Is this the time for me to take a sabbatical? I think not.
14 (1996) When I was in Japan to promote While You Were Sleeping, I went to this screening where they had a thousand Japanese women who'd won tickets in a radio contest. I've been around a lot of very successful actors, sex symbols-Brad Pitt, Richard Gere, Alec Baldwin, some others-and I always had a quiet little profile through all that. I've seen women go berserk over some of these guys. But I'll tell you, I never experienced anything like what happened in that Japanese theater. I felt like I was Elvis. They were screaming, the classic thing that you see on documentaries of the Beatles. And I'm standing there and my body feels so strange and I am so embarrassed. And a girl asks a question and the translator talks to her and then the translator turns to me and says, 'She thinks you're a very sexy man.' It's not even a question! And everyone just starts roaring with laughter. It was not a comfortable situation. I'll tell you that.
15 It's very curious when you're an actor and suddenly you're in the right role, with the right match. Truthfully, I almost avoided While You Were Sleeping, because I find those romantic comedies kind of precious, and they're full of lines that leave you feeling a little bewildered when you say them. It's all about first looks and little giggles, and part of me is always thinking, 'Isn't there anything else we could be doing with our time right now? Something a little more important?' But when I was doing it, I really enjoyed it. It was like the air was charged between me and Sandy. From the minute I met her we just clicked. We were totally in tune with each other. Lots of the movie was about us just talking and talking, and I'll tell you the truth, most actors don't listen very well, they don't give it 100 percent. But Sandy and I, we just lived in that rarefied air of the movie, and it worked really, really well.
16 Liebestraum was a great experience, a great time, and I have such fond memories about it...It was wild working with Figgis, because he's very much in possession of himself. Some would say a narcissist, but I think there's a power in that. I have to admit that I was just dazzled by his absorption with his own instincts and his own ability to pursue things...
17 (1996, on Lost Highway) I was brought up in a very small town in upstate New York. We lived on Main Street, and my dad was a doctor. And this idyllic setting held some very dark corners. Working with David Lynch, getting to know his psyche, and getting inside the character in Lost Highway felt so connected up to my past. Benign on the exterior, seething on the interior. My dad was also the town coroner, so we saw all these dead bodies...When I was a teenager my father would bring us along. I remember that when my mother had colon cancer, my father took us down to the basement of the hospital and pulled out a tumor in a jar to show us. And he's holding it up, he's kinda laughing, like a scientist. He said, 'See, it's kinda like congealed hamburger.' I mean, that's like David Lynch, that combination of strange, funny, macabre, all in one. So working with Lynch felt very much like going home.
18 [on watching Independence Day with President Bill Clinton] Oh, great. This is going to be like shooting baskets with 'Magic Johnson' watching.


All Bill Pullman pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 CinemaCon Award CinemaCon, USA Ensemble of the Universe Independence Day: Resurgence (2016) Liam Hemsworth

Jeff Goldblum

Maika Monroe

Jessie T. Usher

Sela Ward

Vivica A. Fox

Brent Spiner
2016 Excellence Award Locarno International Film Festival
2008 Special Jury Prize CineVegas International Film Festival Your Name Here (2008)
2008 John Cassavetes Award Denver International Film Festival
2008 Master of Cinema RiverRun International Film Festival
2001 Bronze Wrangler Western Heritage Awards Television Feature Film The Virginian (2000) Daniel H. Blatt (executive producer)

Lynn Raynor (producer)

Ruth Fainberg (producer)

Larry Gross (screenwriter)

Diane Lane (principal actor)

John Savage (principal actor)

Dennis Weaver (principal actor)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actor on Television Torchwood (2006)
1997 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror Actor Independence Day (1996)



Bright Angel 1990 Bob
Sibling Rivalry 1990 Nicholas Meany
The Tracey Ullman Show 1990 TV Series Sheldon Moss
Brain Dead 1990 Rex Martin
Cold Feet 1989 Buck Latham
Home Fires Burning 1989 TV Movie Lt. Henry Tibbetts
The Accidental Tourist 1988 Julian
Rocket Gibraltar 1988 Crow Black
The Serpent and the Rainbow 1988 Dennis Alan
Spaceballs 1987 Lone Starr
Ruthless People 1986 Earl
Cagney & Lacey 1986 TV Series Doctor Giordano
The Sinner 2017 TV Series Harry Ambrose
Trouble 2017/I Ben
The Ballad of Lefty Brown 2017 Lefty Brown
Walking Out 2017 Clyde
Brother Nature 2016 Jerry Turley
LBJ 2016 Ralph Yarborough
Independence Day: Resurgence 2016 President Whitmore
American Ultra 2015 Krueger
The Equalizer 2014 Brian Plummer
Cymbeline 2014 Sicilius Leonatus
Red Sky 2014/I John Webster
Ten X Ten 2014 TV Mini-Series Man 60s
1600 Penn 2012-2013 TV Series President Dale Gilchrist
May in the Summer 2013 Edward
Lola Versus 2012 Lenny
Innocent 2011 TV Movie Rusty Sabich
Torchwood 2011 TV Series Oswald Danes
Bringing Up Bobby 2011 Walt
Too Big to Fail 2011 TV Movie Jamie Dimon
Nathan vs. Nurture 2010 TV Movie Arthur
Rio Sex Comedy 2010 William
Peacock 2010 Edmund French
The Killer Inside Me 2010 Billy Boy Walker
Your Name Here 2008/I William J. Frick
Surveillance 2008/I Sam Hallaway
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2008 TV Series Kurt Moss
Phoebe in Wonderland 2008 Peter Lichten
Bottle Shock 2008 Jim Barrett
Nobel Son 2007 Max Mariner
You Kill Me 2007 Dave
Scary Movie 4 2006 Henry Hale
Alien Autopsy 2006 Morgan Banner
Revelations 2005 TV Mini-Series Dr. Richard Massey
Dear Wendy 2004 Krugsby
The Grudge 2004 Peter
Tiger Cruise 2004 TV Movie Cmdr. Gary Dolan
Rick 2003 Rick O'Lette
29 Palms 2002 The Ticket Clerk
Igby Goes Down 2002 Jason
Ignition 2001 Deputy Marshal Conor Gallagher
Night Visions 2001 TV Series Major Ben Darnell (segment "A View Through the Window")
Lucky Numbers 2000 Det. Pat Lakewood
A Man Is Mostly Water 2000 Parking Fascist
Titan A.E. 2000 Capt. Joseph Korso (voice)
The Guilty 2000 Callum Crane
American Masters 2000 TV Series documentary Edward Curtis
The Virginian 2000 TV Movie The Virginian
History Is Made at Night 1999 Harry Howe Ernie Halliday
Brokedown Palace 1999 Hank Greene
Lake Placid 1999 Jack Wells
Zero Effect 1998 Daryl Zero
Merry Christmas, George Bailey 1997 TV Movie George Bailey
The End of Violence 1997 Mike Max
Independence Day 1997 Video Game President Thomas J. Whitmore
Lost Highway 1997 Fred Madison
Mistrial 1996 TV Movie Steve Donohue
Independence Day 1996 President Thomas J. Whitmore
Mr. Wrong 1996 Whitman Crawford
Fallen Angels 1995 TV Series Rich Thurber
Casper 1995 Dr. James Harvey
While You Were Sleeping 1995 Jack
Wyatt Earp 1994 Ed Masterson
The Favor 1994 Peter Whiting
The Last Seduction 1994 Clay Gregory
Phone 1993 Short
Mr. Jones 1993 Construction Site Foreman (uncredited)
Malice 1993 Andy
Sleepless in Seattle 1993 Walter
Sommersby 1993 Orin
Singles 1992 Dr. Jeffrey Jamison
Crazy in Love 1992 TV Movie Nick Symonds
A League of Their Own 1992 Bob Hinson
Newsies 1992 Bryan Denton
Nervous Ticks 1992 York Daley
Liebestraum 1991 Paul Kessler
Blood Drips Heavily on Newsies Square 1991 Video short Newsreporter
Going Under 1990 Biff Banner


Night Visions 2001 TV Series 1 episode
The Virginian 2000 TV Movie


Zero Effect 1998 writer: "Let's Run Off and Get Married", "Cold and Dark in My Heart"
Casper 1995 performer: "Jailhouse Rock"
Newsies 1992 performer: "KING OF NEW YORK", "ONCE AND FOR ALL"


The Virginian 2000 TV Movie producer


The Cove 2009 Documentary thanks
The Good Life 2007 producers gratefully acknowledge the valuable assistance of
Starting Out in the Evening 2007 thanks
The Last Seduction: The Art of Seduction 2006 Video documentary short special thanks
Spaceballs: The Documentary 2005 Video documentary short special thanks
John Candy: Comic Spirit 2005 Video documentary short special thanks
Land of Plenty 2004 special thanks
The Thin Red Line 1998 thanks


Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition 2016 TV Series Himself
Made in Hollywood 2016 TV Series Himself
The Talk 2016 TV Series Himself
Another Day: The Making of 'Independence Day: Resurgence' 2016 Video documentary Himself - 'President Whitmore'
In Character With... 2016 TV Series Himself
Independence Day: A Legacy Surging Forward 2016 Video documentary short Himself - 'President Thomas J. Whitmore'
The Making of 'The Serpent and the Rainbow' 2016 Video documentary short Himself
Skavlan 2015 TV Series Himself - Guest
Parables of War 2014 Documentary short Himself
Denzel Washington: A Different Kind of Superhero 2014 Video short Himself
Equalizer Vision: Antoine Fuqua 2014 Video short Himself
Inside 'The Equalizer' 2014 Video short Himself
The Show 2014 TV Series Himself
The Making of 'Lake Placid' 2014 Video short Himself
American Masters 2013 TV Series documentary Himself
The Unbelievers 2013 Documentary Himself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2005-2013 TV Series Himself
Larry King Now 2013 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Fruit Hunters 2012 Documentary Himself
The Stages of Edward Albee 2012 Documentary Himself
Kingdom Come 2011 Documentary Himself
Breakfast 2011 TV Series Himself - Actor
Working in the Theatre 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
Tavis Smiley 2009 TV Series Himself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008-2009 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
Chelsea Lately 2008 TV Series Himself
The Bonnie Hunt Show 2008 TV Series Himself
Surveillance: The Watched Are Watching 2008 Video documentary short Himself
Speechless 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself
Broadway Beat 2007 TV Series Himself
Moving Image Salutes Will Smith 2007 TV Movie Himself
The Young Hollywood Awards 2006 TV Special Himself
The Last Seduction: The Art of Seduction 2006 Video documentary short Himself
Biography 2005 TV Series documentary Himself / Jack Callaghan
Live with Kelly and Ryan 2005 TV Series Himself
Spaceballs: The Documentary 2005 Video documentary short Himself
John Candy: Comic Spirit 2005 Video documentary short Himself
Why Shakespeare? 2005 Video short documentary Himself
Letters to Dear Wendy 2005 TV Special documentary Himself / Krugsby
A Powerful Rage: Behind 'The Grudge' 2005 Video documentary Himself
Tussen de sterren 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
Igby Goes Down: In Search of Igby 2003 Video documentary short Himself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 2002 TV Series Himself
The 56th Annual Tony Awards 2002 TV Special Himself - Presenter
The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1996-2002 TV Series Himself
The Directors 1999-2001 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself - Guest
Opening the Tombs of the Golden Mummies: Live 2000 TV Movie Co-Host
The Quest for the Titan 2000 TV Movie documentary Himself / Korso (voice)
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 2000 TV Series Himself
Late Show with David Letterman 1995-2000 TV Series Himself
Hollywood Salutes Jodie Foster: An American Cinematheque Tribute 1999 TV Movie Himself
HBO First Look 1996-1999 TV Series documentary short Himself
The 24th Annual People's Choice Awards 1998 TV Special Himself - Presenter: Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture
Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business 1998 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
Nulle part ailleurs 1998 TV Series Himself
Master of Desaster: Roland Emmerich - eine Hollywoodkarriere 1998 TV Movie documentary Himself (uncredited)
To the Galaxy and Beyond with Mark Hamill 1997 TV Movie documentary Himself
Pretty as a Picture: The Art of David Lynch 1997 TV Movie documentary Himself
3rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1997 TV Special Himself
The Making of 'Independence Day' 1996 TV Short documentary Himself
Saturday Night Live 1996 TV Series Himself - Host
Mundo VIP 1996 TV Series Himself
Independence Day: The ID4 Invasion 1996 TV Movie documentary Himself / President Whitmore (footage from 'Independence Day')
The Annual Artists Rights Foundation Honors Martin Scorsese 1996 TV Movie Himself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1995 TV Series Himself
Showbiz Today 1995 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

Extra 2016 TV Series Himself
Welcome to the Basement 2012 TV Series Fred Madison
President Hollywood 2008 TV Movie documentary President Thomas J. Whitmore (uncredited)
It's Like Life 2004 Video documentary short Julian
The Making of the Last Seduction 1994 Video documentary short Himself
Madonna: This Used to Be My Playground 1992 Video short Bob Hinson

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