Bill Pullman


Bill Pullman (Producer) started acting professionally in New York Theater in 1983, and shortly after began his film career.  He is currently streaming as Alec Murdaugh in The Murdaugh Murders, the feature movie from Lifetime.

His movie career includes blockbuster comedies, dramas, romantic comedies, action, thrillers, Westerns, film noir, and horror. For television, his recent work includes the four-season award-winning The Sinner (Harry Ambrose) – SAG-AFTRA nomination for Best Actor, and Emmy nomination for Best Series.

Most recently in theater, Bill starred in the sold-out West End production of Madhouse, a new play by Theresa Rebeck with David Harbour. He has performed in London’s Old Vic, and Washington DC’s Arena Stage (Hayes Award nomination).  In New York he appeared in three Broadway productions. He has done three Off-Broadway plays and was nominated for Drama Desk Awards for each of them.  In Norway he was in the bi-lingual production of Othello at the National Theater in Bergen.

He continues to support local development projects as well as international activities that build community and has recently joined the Hakawati Board of Directors as Honorary Member.  He is pleased to assist in the development of Azad (the rabbit and the wolf),  a magical and important performance event.