Bill was a founder member of the National Youth Theatre of Wales and trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music
and Drama.. He is an associate of the Wales Theatre Company.
Films include: Bernard and Knives, Knives, Big Girl (Pitcairn Films), Henry, Resolute (Keymotion Media), Valley of the Witch (North Bank Entertainment), Busker Bout (Synecdoche Productions), A Hair in the Gate (Bloom Street), Rancid Aluminium (Fiction Factory), Kenny Constricted (NFS), Three Big Words (Screen Gems Ė
Bafta Cymru Best Short 2003),
The Alibi Clock (NFS), The Real Mario Grey (Plastic Buddah/BBC)
Television includes: Robin of Sherwood (HTV), Bowen aí I Bartner, Pobyl y Cwm, Dinas, Glan Hafren, Cwm Hyfryd, Caerdydd
(S4C); The Welsh in
Shakespeare, Heartland, Greasy Pole, The Bench, Itís Wicked (BBC); A Mind to Kill (Channel 5).
Bill also Hosted HTVís satirical chat/comedy series Vamp!
Theatre credits include: Romeo and Juliet, A Servant of Two Masters, Cymbeline, Twelfth Night, Merchant of Venice, Elwyn, A Christmas Carol (Michael Bogdanovís Wales Theatre Company - National Tours); Griff in Frank Vickeryís Roots and Wings, To Kill A Mockingbird (Clwyd Theatr Cymru/National Tour - Manchester Evening News Best Touring Drama 2002); Merry Wives of Windsor, Winterís Tale, Merchant of Venice
(Ludlow Festival); Three Sisters, Measure for Measure (Theatre Wales); Catch 22, Arturo Ui, Canterbury Tales
(Crucible, Sheffield); A Blow to Bute Street (Made in Wales); Ash on a Young Manís Sleeve,
Pied Piper (Sherman Theatre); Stags and Hens, Happiest Days of Your Life (Swansea Grand);
Statues of Liberty (New End, Hampstead) and Away (Show of Strength).
Light Entertainment credits include: The Crazy Gang, The Next Generation (Cromer),
Haven Heroes/Circus Haven, Kakapo Island, Three seasons as Charlie Cairoli Jnrís Straight-man,
and countless pantomime seasons in places as far ranging as Norwich, Belfast, Bath, Aberdeen, Bromley and Milford Haven!
Radio includes: Gordon Taylor in Station Road (BBC Radio Wales); The Gibson,
Sybil, Age of Innocence,
Dancing on the Turf (Radio Four) and many short stories (BBC World Service)